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Scuf’s New PS5 Controllers Have Cool Features, Large Price Tags

Atlanta-based Scuf gaming’s made a name for itself with outstanding third-party controllers for Xbox One, Series X/S, and PlayStation 4. Now the peripheral maker sets its sights on the PlayStation 5 with the new Scuf Reflex line, a trio of high-performance PS5 controllers with four rear paddles, swappable thumbsticks…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Scuf’s New PS5 Controllers Have Cool Features, Large Price Tags

Atlanta-based Scuf gaming’s made a name for itself with outstanding third-party controllers for Xbox One, Series X/S, and PlayStation 4. Now the peripheral maker sets its sights on the PlayStation 5 with the new Scuf Reflex line, a trio of high-performance PS5 controllers with four rear paddles, swappable thumbsticks…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Japan’s Biggest YouTuber Bought The $10,000 Gucci Xbox

With over 10 million subscribers, Hikakin is Japan’s biggest YouTuber. I’m not sure which is more amazing—that he bought the Gucci Xbox or an Xbox. Japan has long been a tough market for Microsoft, but recently this has been changing. And now, Japan’s biggest YouTuber has purchased the super limited, super expensive …Read more… Continue […]

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Is It Safer to Place Your PS5 or Xbox Series X Vertically or Horizontally?

The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are big, and you’ll likely need to make room to place one of these consoles in your home theater or on your desk.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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What The Xbox Series X/S Has (And Hasn’t) Added Over The Year

When Microsoft released its next-gen consoles, the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S, nearly a year ago, it was tough to want for much. After all, both machines used the same interface and UI as their seven-year-old predecessor, the Xbox One. Familiarity allows little room for desire. Why change what (mostly) works?Read more… […]

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Microsoft Exec Praises Preservation and Emulation, But Xbox Isn’t Getting More

Phil Spencer, vice president of gaming at Microsoft, wants the industry to sell more of its older games through legal emulation. There are steep legal barriers to making widespread industry emulation a reality, but it would be a boon to making older games more accessible to players.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Xbox Boss Phil Spencer Talks About ‘Exploitive’ NFTs

NFTs, otherwise known as An Enormous Fucking Scam, are taking root everywhere that someone smells a fast buck and someone else is dumb enough to join them. Which in 2021 is, sadly, a lot of places! So it’s a slight relief, even if it’s only temporary, to see Xbox boss Phil Spencer speak publicly on […]

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Xbox Boss Phil Spencer Talks About ‘Exploitive’ NFTs

NFTs, otherwise known as An Enormous Fucking Scam, are taking root everywhere that someone smells a fast buck and someone else is dumb enough to join them. Which in 2021 is, sadly, a lot of places! So it’s a slight relief, even if it’s only temporary, to see Xbox boss Phil Spencer speak publicly on […]

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What Phil Spencer Can’t Tell You About Elder Scrolls VI Exclusivity

When the hotly-anticipated open world sci-fi RPG Starfield comes out next year it won’t be coming to PS4 or PS5. That’s a fact that seemed obvious the second Microsoft announced it was buying publisher Bethesda over a year ago in a groundbreaking $7.5 billion deal, but it took the Xbox team until just a few […]

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Don’t Let Halo Infinite Make You Forget About The Great New Game Pass Additions

It’s hard to believe, I know, but there are other games coming to Xbox that don’t start with Halo and end with Infinite. Over the next two weeks, Microsoft will add 10 more games to Xbox Game Pass. Here’s what’s struck me: I’ve been watching these rollouts like a hawk for several years. For the […]

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70+ Classic Games Are Coming To Xbox, Some of Them With Performance Boosts

Today during Microsoft’s 20th anniversary Xbox event, the company announced that 76 new games are being added to the Xbox backwards compatibility library, including the entire Max Payne franchise, F.E.A.R series, multiple Star Wars games, and more. Xbox also announced that some of these classics will support FPS boost…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Gucci Is Selling An Xbox Series X For $10,000

Since the Xbox Series X launched a year and two days ago, it’s been impossible to get your hands on one—a situation that’s not likely to abate any time soon, thanks to an ongoing confluence of factors. For some well-heeled gamers, however, there’s soon to be another avenue. Italian luxury fashion house Gucci will soon…Read […]

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Battlefield 2042 Is Crashing Xbox Consoles, Early Access Players Say

Although the latest installment in the Battlefield series officially launches on November 19, folks who doled out extra money to play Battlefield 2042 early say the game won’t stop crashing on Xbox Series X.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Windows 11’s New HDR Shortcuts Are A Blessing

HDR, or High Dynamic Range, is something that you kinda take for granted on consoles and TVs, because once you flick the switch it just happens, every time you use it, forever. On PC the technology has been a bit more complicated.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The New GTA Trilogy Looks Great, But Feels Unfinished

It’s been a long time since Rockstar has released a Grand Theft Auto game that wasn’t a port of GTA V. Fans were understandably excited, then, at the prospect of playing a more modern take on some open-world classics. But while there is a lot to like here, including some nice quality of life improvements […]

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All The Big Changes Coming To Halo Infinite’s Multiplayer

Halo Infinite isn’t out for another month, yet developer 343 Industries has already pulled back the curtain on how it’ll change. In a blog post on Halo Waypoint, community manager John Junyszek detailed a slew of balance tweaks planned for the first-person shooter, though it’s worth noting that many of the most…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Ubisoft Pulls Far Cry 6 Mission Released Early By ‘Accident’

Far Cry 6 has only been out for a month now and the game is already doling out some downloadable content, but not intentionally. Ubisoft recently admitted it pushed out a free DLC mission with star Danny Trejo before it was slated to arrive in December. Now, with a new update on consoles, the publisher […]

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Here’s Every Upcoming Video Game Release Date

Video games are a lot like years: They start coming, then they don’t stop coming, and they don’t stop coming, and they…yeah. Then you’ve got the games industry’s tectonically shifting release calendar, defined by an endless march of delays and cancellations. Even if you’re the most avid gamer, it’s a lot to keep…Read more… Continue […]

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Intel Says CPU And GPU Shortages May Last Until 2023

Bad news to folks out there trying to get a new console like the PS5 or a fancy, more powerful graphics card for their aging PC. According to Intel, the ongoing semiconductor shortage will continue to make it hard to find and buy new electronics well into 2023. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Destroy All Humans! 2 Remake Skipping Old Consoles So Devs Can Create Bigger, More Detailed Maps

The devs behind THQ Nordic’s Destroy All Humans! 2 remake, out sometime next year, explained recently in an interview why the remake of the cult classic game is avoiding PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. The team decided to go for bigger, more detailed open world levels on next-gen consoles instead of sacrificing quality or…Read more… […]

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