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Nvidia shows off experimental 1,700Hz ‘zero latency’ display

You probably don’t notice display latency on your computer much these days thanks to the improvements in IPS technology. The refresh rates are good enough for even the fastest games. However, VR comes with […] Go to Source

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Doom and Doom II are now playable on the Oculus Rift

Doom and Doom II are two of the most-loved first-person shooters of all time. The games are classics that have withstood the test of time. As great as the games are in their original forms, it’s […] Go to Source

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Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger is coming to the small screen

Freeform and Marvel plan on teaming up to bring Cloak and Dagger to the small screen. The network, formerly known as ABC Family, announced plans today to bring Tyrone Johnson and Tandy Bowen […] Go to Source

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LG G5 teardown reveals more modularity, very little glue

The one thing that makes LG’s G5 stand out from the crowd is its modularity. As iFixit learned, that means more than just being able to quickly swap the battery for a camera […] Go to Source

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Valve gives us a true taste of VR using a green screen

Though virtual reality technology provides the most immersive experience a person can have playing a video game, this is an aspect that is almost impossible to explain to anyone who doesn’t have a VR […] Go to Source

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The wackiest creations from Miitomo’s launch week

Somehow we doubt that Nintendo predicted many of the Miitomo shenanigans that took place over the app’s first week of release. Go to Source

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The most historically significant WrestleMania matches

With WrestleMania 32 right around the corner, we figured there was no better time to look back at some of the most important Mania matches of years past. Collected below are the contests […] Go to Source

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Loki drops by Chicago’s Fox 32 to blame the weather on Thor

It’s hard to know what links to trust and which ones might be, as Gail Simone says, fakey, on April Fools’ Day, but this one is gloriously real and it’s my gift to […] Go to Source

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Don’t hold your breath for Halo 5 on PC, says Microsoft

The latest incarnation of the Halo series, Halo 5: Guardians, has received very positive reviews since its release last October. If you’ve been hoping for a PC port, you might want to start […] Go to Source

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Final Fantasy XV’s release date accidentally leaked, launches September 30

Tonight at 10PM Eastern, Square Enix will hold a special event for the eagerly anticipated Final Fantasy XV. Franchise fans have been waiting for the game ever since it was announced as Final Fantasy […] Go to Source

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Hyrule Warriors struggles on 3DS while New 3DS outperforms Wii U

With the Wii U struggling to make any kind of significant sales impact since launch, it didn’t really come as a surprise when Nintendo decided to rework Hyrule Warriors as a 3DS game. […] Go to Source

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Drone can fly for 2 hours thanks to hydrogen fuel cell

Drones have been suggested as a solution for everything from package delivery to search and rescue. The problem, however, is energy. A battery-powered drone can’t stay in the air for long enough to […] Go to Source

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Shane Black wants to make a big spectacle Predator film to save the franchise

Let’s set some ground rules up front for ease of use. “Predator” with a capital P is a single member of an alien race called Predators. A predator with a small p is […] Go to Source

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Atari Vault arrives on Steam, includes 100 classic games

If you’re like me, then you may have missed out on the Atari 2600 and Atari arcade games. Having moved to the United States in the late 80’s, my first home console was […] Go to Source

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Valve releases Steam Controller CAD files so users can mod the hardware

Valve’s Steam Controller went through a number of iterations after it was announced but prior to release. The consumer-ready product has been getting solid reviews, but Valve isn’t done with the hardware just […] Go to Source

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Battleborn will require constant internet connection for single player mode

The Borderlands games have been tremendously popular with their RPG-infused take on the increasingly stale first-person shooter genre. Now developer Gearbox Software is trying its hand at a new game called Battleborn. Trailers […] Go to Source

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Rocket League devs have figured out PS4 and Xbox One cross-platform play

Early last week, Microsoft announced that Xbox Live’s new cross-play feature would not only make it possible for Xbox One users to play with those on PC, but to also play with gamers […] Go to Source

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The most unique indie first-person shooters you need to play

As an antidote to the endless waves of hyper-realistic war simulators from the big guys, indie devs are making FPSes that are quirky, visually beautiful, and introducing totally new concepts to the genre. Go to Source

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Captain America: Civil War trailer recreated in Fallout 4

We’re still collectively pulling ourselves together after the latest Captain America: Civil War trailer. Not only did it give us a better grasp of what to expect from Marvel’s upcoming blockbuster, but it […] Go to Source

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Skoshbox lets you subscribe to monthly Japanese snacks

It’s time for another monthly subscription box unboxing. This is a field I’m surprised to say is getting crowded, but Skoshbox has a good hook. It’s not collectibles, but snack foods. Specifically, Japanese […] Go to Source

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