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Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite News Coming Soon, Embargo Lifts Soon

Marvel vs. Capcom is a classic arcade fighter pitting classic characters from both franchises. We've had three iterations thus far, but a new entry titled Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is on its way. The press event had an embargo that will apparently lift soon. "So I hear there was an MvCI press event in Germany a few days ago and that the embargo lifts at the end of the week. Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite launches in late 2017 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

By | April 24th, 2017|companies|0 Comments

Cities: Skylines gets rated for PS4

The Xbox One saw the release of Cities: Skylines last week after the game had been exclusively available to PC owners since its initial release in 2015. The Xbox One version of the game includes the base game, as well as the After Dark expansion - but not the Snowfall or Natural Disasters expansions. Now, it looks like t the game will be making the jump to PlayStation 4! The Brazilian (Gematsu) game classification board has rated Cities: Skylines for the PS4, which suggests the jump to PS4. No r

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What Remains of Edith Finch launch trailer invites you to uncover a family curse

What Remains of Edith Finch isn't presented as a question, but if you watch the launch trailer above you'll probably come away with a few. The adventure game from developer Giant Sparrow invites players to learn the stories of the Finch family in an effort to discover why Edith is only one currently alive. From the official site:"The gameplay and tone of the stories are as varied as the Finches themselves. The only constants are that each is played from a first-person perspective and that each s

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Prison Architect developer’s next game is coming out later this week

After developing Prison Architect for six years, three of which were in Early Access, developer Introversion Software's next game is getting a much quicker turnaround. In fact, the first-person exploration game called Scanner Sombre will be coming out this Wednesday, April 26. No Early Access, no beta, just a full launch later this week for what Introversion's lead designer Chris Delay tells us is a "palate cleanser" after Prison Architect. Scanner Sombre uses a unique visual mechanic that mimic

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Movies to watch this week at the cinema: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Lady Macbeth, and more

Positioned as the underdog of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy blew away unsuspecting audiences with its unique, ragtag line-up, banging vintage soundtrack, expansive universe and tactile aesthetic. 2 comes up with, it lacks the element of surprise, and that crucial freshness that made Vol. Picking up shortly after where the first film left off, the beginning sees the Guardians capitalising on their world-saving credentials as mercenaries for hire. Debicki’s gaudy ep

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe tips and tricks

With the launch of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on the Nintendo Switch this week there's a good chance you're going to want to brush up on your driving skills – after all, the Wii U original was quite some time ago now and you may be a little on the rusty side. Alternatively, you might be one of the many who didn't buy Nintendo's last console (don't feel bad, you're not alone) and are therefore approaching this title with a totally clean slate. Whatever your situation happens to be, we've done you a soli

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TechRadar’s favorite PC games of all time

The PC has stood out throughout the years for its rich abundance of games, something that has only accelerated through the years thanks to download services like Steam and Origin. We're a diverse bunch here at TechRadar and a list of favorites was never going repeat titles. So buckle in and get ready to be taken on a discovery of PC gaming through the eyes of our motley crew of writers and editors. Welcome to TechRadar's 3rd annual PC Gaming Week, celebrating the almighty gaming PC with in-depth

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CD Projekt Red’s favorite PC games of all time

As TechRadar’s PC Gaming Week is all about celebrating the wonderful world of playing games on our computers, we thought "what would be better than asking the staff of one of the most respected games developers in the world what their favorite PC games are?" That’s exactly what we did, with CD Projekt Red, the team behind the acclaimed Witcher III, taking time out of developing its eagerly awaited follow up CyberPunk 2077 to tell us about the PC games that helped inspire its staff. CD Projekt Re

By | April 24th, 2017|companies|0 Comments

Welcome to TechRadar’s PC Gaming Week 2017

It’s that time of year when TechRadar’s editors get to explore their love of PC gaming with fun, insightful and original interviews, previews, reviews and even photo tours. Also, stay tuned to our social media channels all week for exclusive, daily giveaways from top names in PC hardware, like Creative, Overclockers and Corsair. You can enter the competition here, or use the links below to like and follow our social media accounts. Today’s prize draw offers you the chance to win a Creative Siege

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LinkedIn now has half a billion members

LinkedIn said Monday that it now has 500 million members. Those half a billion members are spread out across 200 countries. The company also said it has over 10 million active jobs, and around 9 million companies on the platform. Users post 100,000 articles on the platform every week on average, LinkedIn said. The announcement addresses a fear some analysts had after Microsoft bought Linkedin last year for $26.2 billion, namely whether the company could continue to grow.

By | April 23rd, 2017|companies|0 Comments
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