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‘Battlefield 1’ DLC adds aerial-only battles and more next month

DICE and EA have shared much more of what Battlefield 1's new "Apocalypse" DLC entails, and it's good news if you prefer to be a fighter ace than fight in the trenches. The expansion arrives in February, and its highlight is a new Air Assault mode wh...

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Hori Onyx PS4 wireless controller is officially licensed and now available

Last week, Sony introduced the Onyx Wireless Controller from Hori, an officially licensed Bluetooth game controller designed for all of the PlayStation 4 consoles. As promised, the Hori Onyx controller is available to purchase as of today, offering owners a gamepad option with a design that differs from the DualShock 4 models

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Xbox One original Duke controller priced for release in March

Several months ago it was revealed that gaming accessories maker Hyperkin and Seamus Blackley, one of the designers of the original Xbox console, were working on an updated version of “the Duke,” the huge controller that was included with the Xbox when it launched in 2001.

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Xbox One Sea of Thieves controller has mysterious glowing design

Microsoft has introduced a new Xbox One controller, the Sea of Thieves Limited Edition. Channel your inner pirate with this model, which will be launching in the relatively near future

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Free games on PS4, January 2018 for PlayStation Plus

Sony announced the PlayStation 4 PlayStation Plus free games for January this week, and today we’ve got the round-up. These games are all free to play – just so long as you’ve payed your PlayStation Plus dues. Once you’re in, you’re good to go for everything from Batman: The Telltale Series, to the PSVR title StarBlood Arena! The following games … Continue reading

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Nintendo eShop is down on Christmas

Christmas no doubt brought the Nintendo Switch into many homes this morning, but those recipients are left hanging for now. Nintendo’s eShop is down and has been for a significant portion of the day, leaving users unable to access the online store and make purchases from it. Nintendo has acknowledged the outage, saying in a tweet that it is working … Continue reading

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Ubisoft’s new AI wing melds gaming and scientific research

Game developers were researching AI well before it became a tech industry trend, but they haven't had much incentive to share their work with the academic world. It's a competitive advantage, after all

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TuneIn Premium unlimited audiobook plan will end next month

If Audible’s fairly pricey monthly credit system is too expensive for your tastes, TuneIn’s premium unlimited audiobook subscription is no doubt appealing. Unfortunately, it also appears the plan may not be sustainable — the company has quietly announced that it will get rid of the offering next month. TuneIn hasn’t given its customers a reason for getting rid of the … Continue reading

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NBC gets NFL Sunday Night Football mobile streaming rights

NBC has acquired the rights to stream Sunday Night Football on mobile starting with the 2018 season, it has announced. The network will stream these games on all devices that support it, including phones and tablets, computers, and smart TVs. NBC will be able to stream the games under its TV Everywhere platform, including the ability to extend its streaming … Continue reading

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GPD WIN 2 early benchmarks look promising

Some say that a little goes a long way and that may indeed be the case with the GPD WIN 2. Small changes here and there while still keeping the basics the same. Those changes, however, could mean a world of difference to those who believe in a highly portable Windows gaming machine.

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