Week in Geek
The Week in Geek: The Last Jedi, The Flash, Avengers, and More

We get to see some costume choices for The Last Jedi  today, along with a new director rumoured for DC's Flash movie, plenty of little bits about the next two Avengers movies, and more. Read More >>

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Feminist Frequency’s ‘Tropes Vs Women in Video Games’ Series Comes To An End

YouTube trolls must be happy today as Anita Sarkeesian's 'Tropes Vs Women in Video Games' series releases its last video, The Lady Sidekick. Read More >>

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The New Nintendo 2DS XL Is Coming To The UK In July

As if it's not exciting enough that today is Mario Kart Switch day, Nintendo have lit our fires once more by announcing the new 2DS XL: Read More >>

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Dominate the Wasteland with Fallout Tabletop Miniatures Game

Looks like Game of Thrones isn’t the only franchise getting its own badass tabletop game. Now Fallout fans can recreate the game’s famous post-apocalyptic hellscape from their coffee tables. Read More >>

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You Could Learn The Guitar In 3 Months If You’d Just Give Up Gaming

If we invested as much time into learning a new skill as we do videogames, we could all be multilingual musical geniuses, says a new survey. Read More >>

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If You Don’t Think You Need a Standalone Graphics Card, This Sub-£100 GPU Will Change Your Mind

For nearly a decade, common sense has dictated that most people don’t need a standalone graphics card in their computer. Gamers need them to make rich titles like Rise of the Tomb Raider hum, and some professionals, like video editors and 3D designers, need them to take the pain out of rendering huge multimedia files. For everyone else, a video card has been treated more like a luxury item than a necessary computer component. But AMD’s $80 (UK price TBA, but who are we kidding it'll probably be £80) Radeon RX 550, a graphics card that costs a bit less than two brand new games you’ll render on it, is such a good value that it might make you rethink the notion that a graphics card is a splurge you should skip. Read More >>

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The New Rick and Morty Game Is One of the Best VR Experiences You Can Play

Growing up, one of my favorite CD-ROM games was called The Simpsons: Virtual Springfield. As games go, it wasn’t that advanced, but it let me take a virtual, interactive tour through my favorite television show. The game had in-jokes from the show, voices from the cast, and perfect attention to detail. It was awesome. Read More >>

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Esports Added to 2022 Asian Games Event Rota

There will be an outbreak of manboobs and failed social interactions among the confident elite athletes at the 2022 Asian Games, as the event is set to award medals in a variety of esports for the first time. Read More >>

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Star Wars Battlefront II Will Tell a Canon Story of Imperial Revenge (and Have Last Jedi DLC)

Star Wars Battlefront II will give players a totally new Star Wars experience. And, this time, it’s going to count. Read More >>

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The Full Star Wars Battlefront II Trailer Reveals a Brand New Character

The first, full Star Wars Battlefront II trailer is here. In it, you get a glimpse of a brand new character, one you’ll get to explore in a full single player campaign. Read More >>

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Why Did Nintendo Just Kill One of Its Coolest Products in Years?

Remember guys, when you have a really cool product that everyone loves and that sells out immediately, the first order of business is to kill that fucker and put it in the ground before people get too attached. This impossibly foolish logic seems to be guiding Nintendo, which just said it will stop shipping the popular NES Classic. Read More >>

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Playing Tetris on a Business Card Is Everything I Hoped It Would Be

Three years ago Kevin Bates created a Tetris-playing business card to showcase his engineering skills to potential employers. But his creation quickly went viral on the internet, and everyone reminiscing about their beloved childhood Game Boy clamoured for their own. After testing the waters with the equally tiny Arduboy, Bates has finally delivered an officially-licensed Tetris MicroCard. If you’ve got £48 to spare on a tiny machine that plays a single game, you’re going to want this in your wallet. Read More >>

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Microsoft Tests Auto Refunds for Xbox One and Windows 10

Microsoft is testing a self-service refunds system on Xbox One that also applies to Windows 10 users, which lets people get their money back as long as they've not been hammering the game in question all weekend. Read More >>