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The best AMD CPU deals: save on an AMD Ryzen processor ahead of Black Friday

The first Ryzen processors were released almost five years ago, and the Zen architecture at their heart has completely transformed AMD's fortunes. Not only has this led to AMD catching up with Intel in the gaming space, but it's actually the prefered option for many system builders. The latest Zen 3 chips, such as the Ryzen 5 5600X and Ryzen 9 5900X are some of the best CPUs you can buy today, and if you…

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You can’t get an RTX 3080 but at least you can sign up for a virtual one today

From today, you can preorder Nvidia's RTX 3080 premium third tier of membership for GeForce Now. Unlocking the power of an RTX 3080 will cost users of the cloud gaming service just under $100 for 6 months membership, and Nvidia claim it can outperform a local Xbox Series X on all counts. This power comes in the form of three times more TFLOPS than the console, through an eight-core, 16-thread AMD Threadripper equivalent, which is…

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This 360Hz Alienware gaming monitor is under half price at Dell right now

Coming in with a whopping 360Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time, this top tier Dell Alienware monitor is currently more than half off. That's $449.99 down from its usual price of $909.99, which equals a ridiculous saving on this beefy, high-speed monitor. The Alienware AW2521H gaming monitor may not come in at the top end in terms of image resolution, but what it lacks in pixels it makes up for in speed and, of…

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Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous gets first big patch

(Image credit: Owlcat Games) Hefty big boy of the retro CRPG genre, Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous has just hit version 1.1 following several smaller patches since its release in September. Highlights of this update include improved mounted combat in turn-based mode, better performance and visuals in several locations, fixes for reactivity to choices “such as some NPCs appearing where they should not be”, and better visuals for some NPCs. There are also changes to…

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Dr. Dre is making new music for Grand Theft Auto

Snoop Dogg, who it is always a pleasure to cover, especially when he's having big streaming fails or telling off Bill Gates, has told Rolling Stone that Dr. Dre is working on new music for Grand Theft Auto. Snoop will collaborate on some of these tracks, though it's unclear whether the GTA project in question is for GTA 6, a GTA Online expansion, or something to do with the GTA Trilogy releasing next month. “I…

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The constantly ticking death clock in anime metroidvania Unsighted may be stressful, but I learned to love it

Time limits are stressful, and when you're playing a game to unwind at the end of the day they can seem out of place. I have enough deadlines in my life already, Videogame, what do you think you're doing adding to the pile? When I saw that Unsighted had an option to turn time limits off in its accessibility options, I was tempted to tick it. But I didn't, and they turned out to be…

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I learned to love Unsighted’s constantly ticking death clock

Time limits are stressful, and when you're playing a game to unwind at the end of the day they can seem out of place. I have enough deadlines in my life already, Videogame, what do you think you're doing adding to the pile? When I saw that Unsighted had an option to turn time limits off in its accessibility options, I was tempted to tick it. But I didn't, and they turned out to be…

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Nintendo’s botched N64 emulation proves just how amazing fan emulators are

Nintendo may have access to 25-year-old source code, documentation, and the developers who worked on classic games like Mario 64 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, but none of those things guarantee Nintendo is actually good at emulating its own games. That sounds counter-intuitive, right? Nintendo made the N64; surely it should be able to whip up a way to run those old games on a new console in a snap. But this…

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New Gameplay Details for Little Devil Inside Revealed – State of Play October 2021

Little Devil Inside, a new game that was shown off when the PlayStation 5 was announced, and there's finally some new gameplay details. Ahead of the newest State of Play, PlayStation announced there would be a new, in-depth look at Little Devil Inside, an action-adventure game from the studio Neostream. Little Devil Inside is a unique-looking title set in a kind of fantasy world with dragons and other mythical creatures. The story follows Billy, a…

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Death’s Door Is Heading To PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 – State of Play October 2021

Popular indie game Death's Door has a release date on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. During today's State of Play livestream, Sony confirmed that Death's Door will be headed to PS4 and PS5 in late November. Originally released back in July, Death's Door is currently available for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Death's Door is a top-down action game that borrows elements from Dark Souls, though manages to retain much of its own…

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