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SteelSeries Rival 700 Mouse Review

SteelSeries Rival 700 Mouse Review

When the average user goes to buy a mouse, they usually don't care much about it, aside from the fact that it works, and is comfortable. However, when a PC gamer is in the market for a new mouse, there are a plethora of options that need to be considered. Buttons, sensors, weight, and more can all affect how your device performs during a game. Today, we're going to take a look at the Steelseries Rival 700.

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Oculus is losing the VR war – bleak outlook ahead

Oculus is losing the VR war – bleak outlook ahead

VR is one of those technologies that we've dreamed of for decades, but has only just become a reality. Sure, we had the Virtual Boy back in the 90's, and a handful of other “virtual reality” games over the years. However, there is really one company that's responsible for the current state of virtual reality. Yet somehow their grip on VR dominance is slipping.

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Star Trek: Bridge Crew Hands-on

Star Trek: Bridge Crew Hands-on

At E3 last week, there was no shortage of VR games on the show floor. Many of the games that were being shown off were single-player experiences. However, there was one multiplayer game that really caught my attention. Ubisoft was showing off a Star Trek game that would finally let us command a star ship, and we’d get to do it in virtual reality.

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Xbox Play Anywhere unites Xbox One and PC gaming

Xbox Play Anywhere unites Xbox One and PC gaming

New hardware wasn’t the only major announcement at the Microsoft briefing today. Ever since Quantum Break for the Xbox One was said to come with a PC copy of the game, people have speculated that this would become a staple of the Xbox platform. Today, that became a reality.

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Xbox One S is 40% smaller, and comes with a redesigned controller

Xbox One S is 40% smaller, and comes with a redesigned controller

As expected, Microsoft kicked off their Xbox E3 2016 briefing by announcing a new Xbox. Just like they did several years back, they have slimmed down their current console, but physical size isn’t the only thing that’s new about the Xbox One S.

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Fallout 4 gets listed for free, but don’t expect to keep your copy

Fallout 4 gets listed for free, but don’t expect to keep your copy

Yesterday some lucky gamers stumbled onto one of the best deals that you can find on a game. Fallout 4 was listed for free on the Xbox store. In fact, you could even pick up the Deluxe Edition of the game, which includes all current and future DLC without paying a dime. Was this perhaps this was part of some strange E3 promotion from Bethesda and Microsoft? No, sadly not.

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Thieves walk out of an Apple Store with 19 iPhones during store hours

Thieves walk out of an Apple Store with 19 iPhones during store hours

If you're confident and act as though you belong somewhere, chances are that few people will question your presence. And as a pair of thieves recently learned, it helps if you're dressed appropriately. At the SoHo Apple store, two people were able to simply walk in, and take 19 iPhones from a drawer, and walk out as if nothing happened, just because they were confident and dressed the part.

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Sony Confirms PlayStation 4.5 NEO console, won’t show it at E3

Sony Confirms PlayStation 4.5 NEO console, won’t show it at E3

We've been expecting a confirmation from Sony regarding the rumored 4K "Neo" PlayStation. While we expected that it would come around this time, the logical time for the announcement would be next Monday, at the company's E3 press conference. However, Sony has decided to surprise fans, though it might not necessarily be a good thing.

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E3 2016 – 4K “NEO” PS4 and PSVR will dominate Sony’s press conference

E3 2016 – 4K “NEO” PS4 and PSVR will dominate Sony’s press conference

With E3 just around the corner, both of the biggest players in the console market are gearing up to make some big announcements. While they're obviously trying to keep things quiet, it can be hard to keep big hardware launches under wraps in this day and age. So today we're going to take a look at what we can expect from Sony's E3 conference.

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The Division cheaters will now get banned on the first offence

The Division cheaters will now get banned on the first offence

Ubisoft has had a bit of a problem on their hands with The Division. Well, there are a number of issues that I could talk about, but perhaps one of the worst is the rampant cheating issues that have existed since the game was released. And nothing kills an online game faster than opponents that you simply can't defeat, because they're using cheats and exploits to aid them.

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Valve releases free Destinations tool for creating VR worlds

Valve releases free Destinations tool for creating VR worlds

When it comes to virtual reality, most people don't really care about how it gets made, they just want to experience it. The same is true about video games in general. However, for those that are interested in creating virtual worlds to explore, Valve has some good news for you today.

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Rocket League goes free-to-play on Xbox this weekend

Rocket League goes free-to-play on Xbox this weekend

Rocket League is a game that feels like it came out of nowhere when it first launched. It's a game that combines soccer (or basketball, in a new mode) with supercharged cars. While it seemed like a novel game, it has exploded into a huge hit. And if you're wishing that you'd have given the game a shot already, this weekend is your lucky chance on Xbox.

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