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Trying Out Stadia Pro: It Works Great But It’s Not Ideal.

Game streaming as a whole is circling the drain.   In case you haven’t heard, Google Stadia is offering persons with a Gmail account the privilege of a free two month trial of Stadia Pro. They even give you games to play along with signing up for the service. And what better time to try Stadia now that everyone is home because of the coronavirus pandemic.   Stadia’s reputation has…

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I Want To‌ Love GeForce Now But It Lacks Too Many‌ Games.

No God Eater? No Deal.    Geforce Now is a cloud game streaming service that allows you to use a virtual PC from Nvidia’s servers to stream and play games you already own on other platforms. Not to be confused with the functionality of Google Stadia and Microsoft’s Project xCloud which don’t let you stream games you already own.   GeForce Now has been making headlines in gaming news for…

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Sunset Overdrive on PC Is A Broken, Unoptimized Port.

Refunded after 30 minutes.   Right now there is an Xbox Game Studios Publisher sale on Steam. Among the games on sale is Sunset Overdrive, a game I’ve had in my wishlist for a while. I wasn’t really interested in it when it hit Steam back in 2018, but that changed when I noticed it had been tagged as having character customization and that it was also made by the…

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Humble Choice: Why I Can’t Support Humble Bundle Anymore.

The result of IGN’s 2017 acquisition starts to show.   Yesterday, Humble Bundle announced that they’re converting their Humble Monthly subscription programme to Humble Choice.   Humble Monthly traditionally worked like a loot crate. It gave you a bunch of mystery games for a reoccurring subscription fee but showcasing and giving you at least one major game to play right away for that month. The rest of the games would…

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New Intense ‘Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’ Trailer Sets The Story’s Tone.

I know I shouldn’t get super excited, but it’s getting really hard to.   EA released a new trailer video for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order featuring protagonist ‘Cal Kesitis’. The trailer shows us what to expect from the game’s campaign, and wow, it looks like it’s going to be a phenomenal, high-stakes adventure.      I know I didn’t really have to make a whole article for just…

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Hori’s Official Mario Kart Racing Wheel Is The Stuff Of Dreams.

Imagine using it to play Mario Kart Tour.   Hori, known for their game accessories and peripherals, is making officially licensed Mario Kart racing wheels for the Nintendo Switch. There will be two different versions, one looking a bit more on the ‘casual and kiddy’ side, while the other one looks more geared towards hardcore racing sim fans.     Maybe it’s just a coincidence, but this comes after the…

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare Creates Its First Backlash With Exclusivity.

Well…that didn’t take long.   Despite the positive reception that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the series’ reboot, was accumulating thanks to a successful beta, Activision decided to chuck all of that goodwill out of the window with an exclusivity deal with Sony. (-‸ლ)   Sony and Activision have announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Survival mode is going to be exclusive to the PS4 for one whole year…

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The ‘Fallout 76’ Controversy Timeline – [Update: Jan. 2020]

The Never-Ending and Chronological Saga of Fallout 76.   In light of the recent Fallout 76 helmet situation, I think it’s about time someone made this list, so I decided ‘why not me’. Someone on Reddit did attempt making something like this before, but it is no longer being updated.   [May  2018] Announcement of Fallout 76.      Bethesda announces Fallout 76, but the rumours surrounding it being an…

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