Radical conservatives drag Xbox into lame ‘anti-woke’ culture war. Don’t fall for it.

What is called politics today is enough to put anyone off, regardless of party affiliation. Unfortunately, most of it is a distraction and is more concerned with clicks and views rather than policy. Such is the fate of Microsoft’s Xbox console, which already has a tough week (save for one great new game release). For […]

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4A Games offers update on the next Metro amid Ukraine war, releases SDK

What you need to know Metro Exodus developer 4A Games has shared a studio update with fans, discussing what it’s like to develop games in the midst of Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine while also mentioning its plans for the next Metro game. The Ukrainian studio is doing as much as it can to […]

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Metro Exodus dev offers update on the next game amid Ukraine war, releases modding SDK

What you need to know Metro Exodus developer 4A Games has shared a studio update with fans, discussing what it’s like to develop games in the midst of Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine while also mentioning its plans for the next Metro game. The Ukrainian studio is doing as much as it can to […]

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Xbox studios behind Starfield, Halo, and Gears of War have also been hit by layoffs

What you need to know Ahead of its Q2 FY23 earnings report, Microsoft announced its intention to lay off 10,000 employees across the company. New information has come to light that multiple Xbox studios have been impacted by the layoffs. Employees are reportedly being laid off at Bethesda Games Studios, The Coalition, and 343 Industries. […]

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A new Gears of War game has been announced! … sort of

What you need to know Gears of War is a popular shooter franchise for Xbox from Microsoft.  Fans have been waiting a few years for information on the sixth installment of the franchise.  While they wait, perhaps SFG’s new Gears of War tabletop card game might be of interest. See below for details.  A new […]

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God of War : la série sera extrêmement fidèle aux jeux, promet Amazon

La saga God of War va prochainement être adaptée en série par Amazon. La firme tente aujourd’hui de rassurer les fans en promettant une histoire extrêmement fidèle à ce qu’on a pu voir dans les jeux. Avec la sortie récente de God of War Ragnarök, la saga de Santa Monica Studio a le vent en […]

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God of War : une série live-action va débarquer sur Amazon Prime Video, c’est officiel

Grande nouvelle pour les fans de la franchise mythique God of War. Amazon Prime Video a annoncé qu’il avait officiellement commandé une série en live-action sur God of War, en coproduction avec Sony Pictures Television et PlayStation Productions. Kratos et Atreus, les stars de la célèbre franchise de jeux vidéo God of War, vont bientôt […]

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The Game Awards 2022 : Elden Ring, Stray, God of War, découvrez la liste des jeux primés

Les Game Awards ont récompensé les meilleurs jeux de 2022 cette nuit. La cérémonie a sacré de nombreux titres et sans surprise, c’est l’excellent Elden Ring qui hérite de la récompense tant convoitée de jeu de l’année. Elden Ring est le meilleur jeu de l’année 2022, est-ce vraiment une surprise ? Le titre de From Software […]

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Xbox and PC gamers with God of War envy need to check out Evil West

Thanks to the Black Friday shenanigans at work, I have barely had time to play any games recently. Still, I set aside some time this past weekend and during breaks to check out Evil West from Focus Home Interactive and Flying Wild Hog.  Evil West has been popping up in trailers here and there at […]

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Xbox Chaturdays 85: Gears of War movie casting and Xbox’s 2023 roadmap with Joseph Moran

For episode 85 of Xbox Chaturdays, we’ll be joined once again by the host of The Trophy Room, Joseph Moran! We’ll be discussing our picks for the Gears of War movie cast, Xbox’s potential games roadmap for 2023, the Halo Infinite Winter Update, the rumored release date for Diablo 4, new video games, the ongoing […]

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The Gears of War movie is finally real

What you need to know Today is the 16th anniversary of Gears of War. To celebrate the occasion, Netflix has announced the company has partnered with The Coalition to adapt the game series into a live-action feature film.  Additionally, an adult animated series is in the works. Marcus Fenix and friends are officially hitting the […]

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Microsoft commits an additional $100 million of technology support to help Ukraine during the ongoing war with Russia

What you need to know Microsoft President Brad Smith just announced that the company will continue to provide technology support free of charge to Ukraine throughout 2023. The extended commitment roughly equates to an additional $100 million worth of support. The aid will help government agencies, infrastructure, and other sectors within Ukraine. Microsoft has committed […]

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Lenovo Slim 7i Pro X review: AMD wins the price war, but Intel performance is undeniable

The Slim 7i Pro X and its AMD-based alternative were announced earlier this year to fill a gap in Lenovo’s non-convertible laptop lineup. While these PCs are still named, in some regions, Yoga Slim, North America seems to have dropped the extra flex in the title to better denote their clamshell form factor. Made for […]

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Worried About Nuclear War? Consider the Micromorts

Putting a percentage on the likelihood of a nuclear disaster can feel icky—like you’re boiling down the immensity of human suffering into a spreadsheet. “I think what people dislike about this is that people are thinking about the unthinkable,” says Spieghalter. But confronting the unthinkable is unavoidable if we want to reduce the risk of […]

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War Is an Ecological Disaster—but Ukraine Can Build Back Greener

Wartime contamination is happening indirectly as well, Denisov says. During normal operations, coal mines in Donbas, for instance, have to pump water out to keep from flooding. But when the war interrupted that, rising water levels corrupted local stocks of groundwater. That’s not to mention the extensive damage to water infrastructure itself, which has cut […]

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Samsung doesn’t want to become collateral damage in US-China chip war

The global semiconductor market only has a handful of major players. The United States is investing heavily to become one of the leading players. It also wants to limit China’s rising dominance in the market. The US has openly been making moves to keep China in check. It has floated the idea of restrictions on […]

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How Drought and War Are Really Affecting the Global Food Supply

Even if those differences average out nationally—possibly even globally, when you balance Southern Hemisphere production against the US and Western Europe, or the Americas against Central Europe and Asia—there’s a persistent sense that things are, well, wiggly. Some of the changes in productivity come from farmers’ decisions, like choosing to plant more in order to […]

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How Drought and War Are Really Affecting the Global Food Supply

Even if those differences average out nationally—possibly even globally, when you balance Southern Hemisphere production against the US and Western Europe, or the Americas against Central Europe and Asia—there’s a persistent sense that things are, well, wiggly. Some of the changes in productivity come from farmers’ decisions, like choosing to plant more in order to […]

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Total War: Warhammer 3 Immortal Empires beta impressions — Incredible ambition with some rough edges

Total War: Warhammer 3 Immortal Empires is almost here, or at least the beta launch is. In a lot of ways, this is the definitive release for the third game in the series and the series as a whole, the endgame for an entire franchise that first began in 2016. Over the last couple of […]

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Russia’s War in Ukraine Reveals More Problems in Space

There’s not much going for Roscosmos at this point other than the ISS—or a replacement to be called the Russian Orbital Service Station, which Borosiv claimed could be developed and launched as early as 2028.  That’s an overoptimistic timeline, Samson and Dreier argue, considering it took more than 12 years for Russia to develop its […]

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