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  • Pollution, of course, is an ongoing issue in any Skylines city, but some solutions are on the way. The next Cities: Skylines expansion will address pollution problems by letting you go green. Green Cities “adds 350 new assets to the core game, adding a massive selection of new visual options, complete with eco-friendly buildings, organic shops, electric vehicles, and new services designed to make pollution a quaint notion of the past.” We don’t have a release date—the expansion only promises to
    Cities: Skylines expansion will add electric cars and eco-friendly buildings

  • Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro’s new game The Good Life is a mystery-RPG set in a small town in England called Rainy Woods—the “happiest town in the world,” so its residents claim. That may have something to do with the fact that they all turn into cats at night. It’s not hereditary: Naomi, the game’s lead character, is a photographer from New York, and she experiences the change too. The townsfolk can’t explain it, because they can’t remember any of their nighttime adventures. “The town becomes a ver
    The Good Life debut trailer features cats, a killer, and strange English villagers

  • Game Informer has posted the first trailer, above, that fully explores Call of Duty: WWII’s Headquarters mode, the series-first social space for soldiers with a little downtime. We already knew, via Eurogamer’s E3 interview, that Headquarters is a 48-player space modeled after the Allies’ Normandy beach encampment a few days after D-day. There’ll be a firing range, a 1v1 arena, quests, and more to do as players compete and socialize. While I recoil at my expectations for the voice chat, a ‘comme
    Call of Duty: WWII's social hub, Headquarters, revealed in new trailer

  • In lieu of a new trailer, our best look at some of the heroes and villains in Star Wars: The Last Jedi may be an upcoming stamp collection heading to Australia. The pack, containing the Light side of the Force on the left and the Dark side of the Force on the right, will be available starting September 19 – but fans are already oo-ing and ah-ing over the images. It looks like there will be 20 stamps total, representing everyone from C-3PO to Supreme Leader Snoke. And speaking of the First Order’
    Star Wars: The Last Jedi stamps give us probably the closest, clearest look at Snoke yet

  • Gamescom has given us our best look at the Xbox One X yet, including the special pre-order Xbox One X Scorpio special edition. We sat down with Mike Ybarra, the corporate Vice President of Xbox & Windows gaming platform to find out more about the new console. One thing he makes clear while speaking to him is that the Xbox One X is a premium product, conceived and created as a high end console. We’ve got 360 back compat games, original Xbox back compete games and everything that runs on the S wil
    Xbox's Mike Ybarra explains why you should buy an Xbox One X (even if you don't have a 4K TV)

  • Intel just launched its 8th-generation processors for laptops, known as Kaby Lake Refresh, but there wasn’t any mention of desktop CPUs. However, thanks to a new leak, it seems that these PC-bound chips will indeed require a new motherboard as previous speculation had indicated. This information comes courtesy of leaked box shots of Core i5 and i7 models, and as PC Gamer reports, on the side of the product box you can clearly see the following line: “Requires Intel 300 series chipset-based mothe
    Leaked Intel 8th-gen CPU packaging confirms you’ll need a new motherboard

  • HP wants to win with competitive gamers, or eSports players, with its line of Omen PC gaming products. The firm’s biggest salvo yet in that direction is the latest HP Omen X gaming laptop. Shown off during Gamescom 2017 in Cologne, Germany, the new 17-inch Omen X is – totally unsurprisingly – HP’s most powerful gaming laptop to date. The HP Omen X laptop offers plenty of lighting. Stay tuned for our full review of the Omen X later this autumn.
    New HP Omen X gaming laptop wants to win with eSports players

  • Going from the bloodthirsty Doomguy to a scientist in Doom VFR might sound a bit like a downgrade, but as the developers point out in the new Q&A video above, you’ll get to possess heavily-armed robots and teleport, so if anything it might be an upgrade. That aforementioned scientist is Doctor Peters, one of the team tasked with creating the iconic BFG. As Peters, you’ll still largely be spending your time murdering demons, but there’s hacking and lockpicking and fixing up machines too. I’m not
    Doom VFR Q&A explains how playing a scientist will be just as violent as Doomguy

  • After dabbling with futuristic colonies for two games, Anno is once again visiting the past, specifically the Victorian era, with Anno 1800. Expect big ships, industrialisation and world-spanning trade empires. Not a lot of details accompany Ubisoft and Blue Byte’s announcement, but it’s an Anno game, so there’s no doubt that we’ll see detailed economic and trade systems, along with a dash warfare to spice things up. Blue Byte promise a story-based campaign to go along with a customisable sandbo
    Anno 1800 announced, will take the series back to the past

  • Age of Empires IV has been announced at Gamescom 2017 and veteran RTS developer Relic Entertainment is making it. I’ll probably have to download Age of Empires IV from the dreaded Windows Store, but I’ll do it for this series. Their games are quite technical with a focus on positioning and tactics, tenets that I wouldn’t associate with Age of Empires. Perhaps there’s scope to expand Age of Empires IV into the information age with expansions. Tom: The scenario editors did a good job of tapping in
    Should Age of Empires IV reinvent the series?

  • Yesterday’s Age of Empires‘ gamescom livestream from Microsoft over-delivered, promising a fun fan-event and then surprising everyone with the announcement of Age of Empires 4. The trailer’s description describes Age of Empires 4 as a “battle through history,” a theme well known to Age of Empires fans. Plus, considering Age of Empires‘ formula dwindled in popularity with the release of Age of Empires 3, some new ideas could be welcome. Compounding on the excitement for the updated version of the
    Age of Empires 4 Announced, Made by Dawn of War Developers

  • Were you curious about the plot to Final Fantasy 15 but just didn’t have the time, the love of RPGs, or the PS4 / Xbox One to carry you through? If either of those descriptions fits, Square Enix’s Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition is aimed squarely at you. Featuring a new art style and touch-based controls, Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition is a retelling of FF15 for iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices. Sure there have been ports before, but a remake being released while the game it’s based on cont
    Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition is a mobile remake of FF15, starring chibi Noctis and the boys

  • So we’ve compiled this list of 14 of the most important portrait photography tips for any photographer to know. We’ll then discuss some of the more advanced portrait photography tips, such as the benefits of using flashguns and other accessories when shooting portraits. Shutter speed settingsWhen setting shutter speed, factor in your lens’s focal length otherwise camera-shake (and blurred results) will become an issue. To avoid these problems, and to prevent motion blur appearing, you’ll need to
    14 portrait photography tips you'll never want to forget

  • Although certain details have been shared previously involving the Headquarters social space that can be found within Activision and Sledgehammer Games’ forthcoming first-person shooter Call of Duty: WW2, fans have yet to actually see the feature in action. Not to mention, there’s also a Scorestreak Training Range and the ability to simply socialize with other players of the game. Unfortunately, though, fans who are looking to try the area out will have to wait until the game’s full release sinc
    Call of Duty: WW2 Trailer Offers First Look at Headquarters

  • By now, I’ve played about three hours of Assassin’s Creed: Origins, and its shape has come into sharp relief. Assassin’s Creed has always done this, but seeing Rome and Egypt on stage is particularly exciting. The map is bigger than you thinkSo, I’m not allowed to show the final map size, but I can say it’s going to make every other Assassin’s Creed look puny by comparison. With the same dull melodrama as every Assassin’s Creed or with some newfound levity and breadth? It’s some of the most elab
    Assassin's Creed: Origins hands-on — bigger, livelier, and taking notes from The Witcher 3

  • We’ve teamed up with Adobe to offer you a special 15% discount on Creative Cloud membership. The offer is valid from August 18 to September 20 2017, and includes Adobe’s full suite of premium creative software for PC and Mac. An Adobe Creative Cloud subscription also gives you a generous 20GB cloud storage allowance, making it easy to work across multiple devices and share files with others. This special offer expires on September 20, so don’t miss out. Get your 15% discount on Adobe Creative Cl
    Get 15% off Adobe Creative Cloud with our exclusive deal

  • Square Enix has officially revealed when the Monster of the Deep VR experience for Final Fantasy 15 will be made available. The content is set to make its debut worldwide on November 21, almost one year after the base game released in 2016. Monster of the Deep allows players to head out on a fishing trip with Noctis and the rest of the gang, scouring some of the lush locations from Final Fantasy 15 for beastly underwater creatures. The incentive comprises of a Monster of the Deep dynamic theme f
    Final Fantasy 15: Monster of the Deep VR Game Release Date Revealed

  • More Biomutant details have crept out of Gamescom, with new footage showing off the diverse, post-apocalyptic open-world. It looks like Biomutant will contain plenty of vehicles, from huge mechs to hang gliders, but they’ve got nothing on the hand. It comically runs on its fingers like Thing from The Addams Family, and in combat it uses a finger-gun attack. Crafting, puzzles and giant monsters are also teased, along with genetic mutations. A Steam page for Biomutant also appeared yesterday eveni
    Biomutant in-game footage showcases handy vehicles, combat and more

  • You mess with Talion in Middle-earth: Shadow of War? You mess with his caragor? That’s the lesson we taught orcish warmonger Ar-Benu in our hands-on time with the game, part of which you can watch above in our full 9-minute playthrough of the Mounted Massacre mission. Execution-by-orc is frickin’ brutalBurning orcs are extra scaryNeed to clear a crowd? It’s ghost elf timeYour caragor will die to save youBut you can still make friendsRead our Middle-earth: Shadow of War news recap for more detail
    Watch us play Middle-earth: Shadow of War and wince at our caragor's noble sacrifice

  • GTA Online gets another new car today: the pleasingly late ’70s-looking Ocelot Ardent, which comes equipped with two front-mounted machine guns. If you’re looking for double experience and money this week, the Bunker Series playlist or any Bunker-based adversary mode offer twice as much GTA bucks and Rockstar Points for your time this week. Also paying double this week are Vehicle Cargo Sell Missions, if you’ve got a vehicle warehouse. I’m more interested in spending my spare $750,000 on an exec
    GTA Online update adds stylish machine gun car, new double payouts and rewards

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Metro Exodus is bigger than 2033 and Last Light combined

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Tropico 6 delayed to January 2019 – and console dictators have an even longer wait

Kalypso Media has announced that Tropico 6 for PC has been delayed until January 2019, with the dictator sim releasing for consoles in summer 2019. According to a statement from the publisher, Tropico was delayed from a 2018 release date to give the development team at Limbic Studios more time to polish the title. Tropico is a city building/dictator sim which sees you playing as the leader of the island state of Tropico (AKA El Presidente). Tropico 6 is the latest addition to the Tropico series

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Devil May Cry 5’s coming in spring 2019 and it stars Nero, Dante, and a wise-talking mechanic

Devil May Cry 5 is real, it stars Nero, and it's coming in spring 2019. Don't worry, the teaser ended with a quick appearance from original Devil May Cry protagonist Dante as well. But still, nice of Microsoft to give Nero and friends a great big stage to do their debut on, right? Oh, and one last thing: despite the fact that Microsoft now owns Ninja Theory, which developed DmC: Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 5 is being built internally at Capcom. We'll just have to wait and see what Ninja Theory

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Nvidia’s AI is generating totally believable human faces, completely cursed cats

Over at Nvidia, Tero Karras, Samuli Laine, and Timo Aila published a paper (and accompanying video, viewable above) showing off what their AI is capable of when generating human faces. Both the video and the paper go on to demonstrate the same method applied to images besides human faces: automobiles, bedrooms, and cats. I also like that a few of the cat images produced even have a bit of AI-generated meme text built in. My favorite AI generated cat is The One I'm calling Void Cat:I think It's c

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Fallout 76 player learns to fly by using mutations and team perks

When Fallout 76 came out I said I'd miss using console command cheats that let you do things like walk through walls and fly in other (singleplayer) Fallout games. But at least in part, it looks like you can still do some of that in Fallout by using mutations, and having the help of a few friends. A YouTuber named TYR, seen above, has figured out how to fly using the right combination of Fallout 76 mutations, perk cards, and pals. But there's also a perk card called Strange in Numbers, which mea

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