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I still don’t know what the metaverse is, but it

Metaverse Standards Forum, which will “foster interoperability standards for an open metaverse.” Unlike the relatively straightforward job of setting a minimum PC specification, this group will not create standards for the metaverse, presumably because nobody really knows exactly what the hell the metaverse is at this point. They are very excited for it, though, and […]Read More

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Evil Dead: The Game review

Official site The idea of an “Evil Dead videogame” has a distinctly mid-2000s tang. B-movie franchises have traditionally been fresh meat for enterprising publishers and developers looking to turn a quick buck, which is to say that I did not shamble towards Ash's latest adventure with high expectations. Evil Dead is a stone cold low-culture […]Read More

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How the hero shooter took over competitive FPS design

Overwatch 2 is preparing for launch. But it's taking off in an entirely different landscape to its predecessor, one filled with games that took what the original Overwatch did and ran with it. We now live in a world where Battlefield, Quake and even Counter-Strike sport distinct characters, either replacing or supplementing previously nameless stock […]Read More

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Thousands of PC parts go up for auction from the

filed for bankruptcy in April of this year, following a controversial raffle live stream by company owner and CEO, Noah Katz. This may have played a part in the company's sudden shuttering, though ex-employees, speaking to PC Gamer under the condition of anonymity, suggested that Katz inexperience as a CEO may have led to its […]Read More

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Call of Duty now makes cheaters’ weapons vanish

a kernel-level anti-cheat that runs across all its games. A new blog post from the Ricochet developers summarises the team's findings since launch, and outlines some of the major anti-cheating measures they've put in place. Since Ricochet launched last year, “we’ve seen both significant drops in cheaters invading our games as well as some unfortunate […]Read More

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Instead of Fallout 5, I wish Bethesda would make literally

Bethesda will be making Fallout 5. That's pretty tough for Fallout fans to get excited about because development won't start until “after” The Elder Scrolls 6, which itself is still mostly likely several years down the road. Meaning we might see Fallout 5… sometime after 2030? You can't really get stoked for something that's probably […]Read More

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Atari shocks the world with decent-looking game

a bit too blockchain-y and pie-in-the-sky at times (nevermind the nonsense over SouljaBoy claiming he owned the company), it has managed to develop several new versions of classic titles as well as release a new piece of Atari hardware. And now, it's doing a Segagaga. Atari Mania is essentially a huge collection of minigames, based […]Read More