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Sony Announces The PlayStation 4 Pro

Meet the Neo, officially called PlayStation 4 Pro. It’s a more powerful PS4 that will support 4K and HDR. Read More >>

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Guy Beats Fallout 4 Without Getting Hit Even Once

Streamer T Ronix set himself a pretty tough challenge: to beat Fallout 4 without being hit even once. Oh, and without using chems, power armour or companions (unless the story mandated it) either. If he got hit or broke those rules, he’d have to go right back to the start. Read More >>

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The First Few Minutes Of The New DOOM

I just installed Doom on my PC. So let’s take a look at the first few minutes of id’s new/old shooter. Read More >>

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Star Wars: Force Awakens Trailer Made With Cardboard and Humming

I don't know if it stands as a testament to imagery of the film or the talent of these cardboard creators, but this sweded version of the Star Wars: Force Awakens trailer is spot on: Read More >>

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The Long, Strange History of Video Games Sponsoring Football Teams

Aside from the obvious connection — there are famous football video games — football and gaming have another strange association: a long history of companies like Nintendo and Sega appearing as shirt sponsors for some of the biggest clubs in the world. Read More >>

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You Might (One Day) be Able to Steam PC Games to an Xbox One

Microsoft’s Xbox boss Phil Spencer has told The Verge that the company is working on a way for users to be able to stream their PC games to an Xbox One console. Read More >>

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Steam Accounts Hijacked Following Security Lapse

Over the past week, a number of Steam accounts were temporarily stolen courtesy of a pretty glaring hole in Valve’s security. Read More >>

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Quake in Google’s Dreams

Google's DeepDream is still running rife across the internet. While we have seen artists and videographers have their fun with the neural network, someone has taken the time to run PC classic Quake through the hallucination-creation tool. Our sister site Kotaku UK has the lot. [Kotaku UK] Read More >>

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Tracking a Mouse’s Movements While Gaming

Over the weekend, Gking19 posted the results of an interesting experiment: tracking the movement of the mouse through their favourite video games. Read More >>

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The YouTube vs Twitch Battle Heats Up With HTML5

Today, Twitch is the default service when it comes to streaming video games on the internet. Tomorrow? It might be Google. Maybe. Read More >>

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Retro Console Promises to Play ALL the Games

This is the Retro Freak. It’s promising to play games from the Famicom. SNES. Genesis. PC Engine. TurboGrafx-16. Game Boy. Game Boy Advance. Game Boy Color. And even the Supergrafx. Holy shit. Read More >>