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Terrorists Win

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive came out all the way back in 2012 – though it still has a large player base and its tie-ins with the Steam Community marketplace have remained active long after developer Valve’s attention mostly went elsewhere. Patch notes from Monday flagged by Vice News indicate that may have become a big problem, with the CS:GO team writing that it had disabled the ability to trade and sell in-game keys used to unlock weapons and skins due to criminals taking over their turf. Read More >>

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Counter-Strike on Android Wear Just Barely Works

Sixteen years ago, you needed a reasonably powerful computer to run Counter-Strike. Now you can play it on a damn smartwatch, although you’ll need to bring a pretty loose definition of “play” along for the ride. Read More >>

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The British are the Bad Guys in Falkland Islands Counter-Strike

An Argentinian map pack for ever-popular online shooter Counter-Strike lets locals fight to liberate the islands from British rule, letting the Argies play as the police as dumping the Brits in the role of terrorists. Read More >>

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Some Cheap iPods, iPads, and WD Live TVs From HMV Are Your “It’s Not Quite a Fire Sale, But It’s Better Than Nothing” Deal of the Day

HMV's future is still in some jeopardy, although Sir Elton John is riding in to the rescue, with big talk about instore performances that are more likely to cause riots than retail recoveries. Read More >>

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The Complete Valve Pack Is Your “Hell No, PC Gaming’s Not Dead!” Deal of the Day

Today's top offer is one for the PC gamers, throwing them into the spotlight and making a mockery of the oft-heard claim that they're nothing more than seventh-class citizens with gnarled, warty hands and features that would scare a horse to death. Read More >>