Where To Get A Nintendo Switch Lite: In Stock At GameStop And Best Buy

As a result of the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, there is now a worldwide Nintendo Switch shortage. Nintendo’s newest console has become hard to come by. Retailers are struggling to keep up with increased demand for the console as millions of people around the world continue to stay at home, looking for something to do. The release of Animal Crossing: New […]

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Summer Of Pride 2020, A Month-Long Event Featuring Nintendo, Valve, And More, Is On Now

Summer of Pride 2020 kicked off on June 1, with the event’s second year boasting involvement from a variety of companies. The event, presented by Midboss, started off with a Twitch stream and will feature a month of queer-friendly initiatives including sales with online retailers and fundraising for LGBTQ+ charities. Summer of Pride is a month-long event featuring LGBTQ+ streamers […]

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How To Build A Gaming PC Guide 2020: All Parts And Complete Build

The PC is the most powerful gaming platform out there. A strong gaming computer has the potential for higher resolutions, faster frame rates, and better visuals than current consoles can even come close to achieving. It can be very tempting to build your own gaming PC, but if you don’t know where to start, it can also be quite intimidating […]

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Games Inbox: Do you want a Sega Game Gear Micro?

The Thursday Inbox is still disappointed by the Resident Evil 3 remake, as one reader admits an addiction to detective vision. To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected] Micro excitementOne of my favourite handheld consoles ever is the Game Boy Micro, so although it may not be the main announcement from Sega regarding their 60th birthday, to me […]

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How Google is using emerging AI techniques to improve language translation quality

Google says it’s made progress toward improving translation quality for languages that don’t have a copious amount of written text. In a forthcoming blog post, the company details new innovations that have enhanced the user experience in the 108 languages (particularly in data-poor languages Yoruba and Malayalam) supported by Google Translate, its service that translates an average of 150 billion […]

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PS5 will be ‘twice as thick’ as PS4 Pro claims leaker, has ‘unusual detail’

An anonymous developer working on the PS5 has apparently shared some details about the console’s design and size. We’ll finally be seeing some first-party PlayStation 5 games be announced later this week, but it’s likely that Sony intends on keeping the console itself hidden for a while longer. However, a Russian magazine named Gamemag has apparently received some leaked information […]

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New Anime, Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai, Revealed Alongside Action/RPG, Mobile, And Arcade Games

Square Enix had a big day with a stream that showcased some big news for Dragon Quest fans. The beloved and mega-popular Japanese series is getting an anime based on an early ’90s manga spin-off: Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai. Not only did we get our first look at it,  but Square Enix also took the opportunity to announce an action/RPG, mobile title, and arcade game to […]

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Taking A Tour Of Skater XL's New Skate Spot

A skateboarding game needs to be as simple as, “See rail; do trick on rail.” Boiling everything down to this essence, however, isn’t as easy as it sounds. Controls, objectives, and the other structures we rely on as gamers can get in the way, even if they’re necessary. Skater XL from Easy Day Studios is trying to bridge the gap, […]

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Crucible Review – A Slow Struggle

Hero shooters are all the rage these days, so games in the middle or bottom of the field struggle to compete against the lead dogs. Crucible is one of those games, where its mediocrity only earns dismissal. Crucible is like a bland and forgettable meal – inoffensive going down, but quickly passed over for something with a little more flavor […]

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