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Cooler Master’s massive workstation pod is an extravagant alternative to desks

When is an office or gaming chair more than a seat? When it’s an entire mechanical pod equipped with monitors, wireless charging, USB ports, and more RGB LEDs than our personal record (zero). As of today, Cooler Master is letting people register for the waitlist of its Orb X “multi-purpose station.” Waitlist registration is still …

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Overwatch 2 season 2 battle pass changes: Ramattra to unlock at level 45

Overwatch 2‘s second season launches Tuesday, bringing with it a new tank hero, a new map, and a new battle pass. Season 2 will also see a substantial change in how — or rather how quickly — Blizzard will let players who don’t pay for the game’s premium battle pass get access to its new …

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Seriously, Nintendo, It’s Time to Release a Switch Pro

The Nintendo Switch has a performance problem. This isn’t news for Switch fans (or haters). The limitations of its humble Nvidia Tegra X1 chip were visible in early exclusives like Xenoblade Chronicles 2, which ran at 720p docked yet sometimes dipped below 30 frames per second. Still, the issues were rarely distracting. But today, six …

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Cyberpunk 2077 multiplayer “had to go away” after game’s rocky launch

CD Projekt Red has shed more light on the reason why multiplayer never materialized for Cyberpunk 2077. Simply put, the game’s rocky 2020 launch changed the studio’s plans. CD Projek Red had to prioritise fixing the single-player experience, and multiplayer due as a result. “We really needed to look at what were the priorities for …

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December Pixel Feature Drop has Clear Calling, a free VPN, and new Recorder tools for Google’s latest phones

Believe it or not, it’s been four months since Android 13 dropped in our laps, bringing increased stability and tons of improvements to phones everywhere. If you’ve been keeping a close eye on that calendar, though, you know Pixel owners are also due a fresh Feature Drop, the first since the arrival of the Pixel …

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Need for Speed ​​Unbound review: the racing series’ best new game in years

The stakes and the racing action in Need for Speed unbound may be familiar, but the game is a breath of fresh air for racing fans — and for a 25-year-old series that badly needed it. What surprises me the most about Need for Speed unboundhowever, is a subtle adjustment to the game’s economy and …

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Starfield And Other First-Party Xbox Games To Be $70 In 2023

Image: Bethesda / Xbox Starting next year, Microsoft will raise the price of its first-party games from $60 to $70, joining other publishers and video game companies who are doing the same. Welcome to the era of the $70 gamefolks. For a few years now publishers and developers have hinted at game prices increasing as …

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Inscryption Review (Switch eShop) | Nintendo Life

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) The delight of Daniel Mullins’ games is the way they obliterate expectations. If there’s a problem with having such a distinctive creative voice, though, is that we’ve been trained by his previous games to expect the unexpected. And that’s why Inscryption’s arrival on Switch is such a treat: as the …

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