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Microsoft shutting down game-creation tool Project Spark on August 12

Microsoft shutting down game-creation tool Project Spark on August 12

Microsoft has pulled Project Spark from its online stores, making it no longer available for download on the Xbox One or PC. The "game"/creativity tool allowed users to, well, make their own video games as a free-to-play service. The company says Project Spark's servers will be shut down on August 12th, thus removing access to the game's online features.

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Warcraft trailer gets recut in World of Warcraft

Warcraft trailer gets recut in World of Warcraft

We're just under a month away from the release of Warcraft, the movie based on the popular gaming franchise of the same name. Movies based on video games rarely work out the way that we hope, as it's not always easy to translate a story from an interactive medium to a passive one. One person has decided to take a new approach to the movie, by releasing their own remake of the trailer.

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Check out NVIDIA’s 200FPS DOOM gameplay demo

Check out NVIDIA’s 200FPS DOOM gameplay demo

If you're a PC gamer, then you know that over the weekend, NVIDIA announced their new GTX 1080 and 1070 cards. The announcement came Friday evening, but this was only one part of a larger ongoing event over the weekend. At one point on Saturday, members of id software came out to showcase DOOM running on one of the newly-announced cards. And now we have footage of the demo that was shown.

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Rock Band VR is coming, but only for the guitar

Rock Band VR is coming, but only for the guitar

I've spent a lot of time rocking out on a plastic guitar. I have no problem jamming with my friends, or even doing it in front of a few strangers at a party. But I've never considered the thought of getting up on a stage in front of thousands of screaming fans. Mostly because no matter how good you are on a plastic guitar, you'll never have thousands of fans packing a stadium for you. Well, at least not without a little bit of help.

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NVIDIA GTX 1080 Founder’s Edition: What you need to know

NVIDIA GTX 1080 Founder’s Edition: What you need to know

Last Friday NVIDIA made their big announcement, which we all knew was the GTX 1080 and 1070. Their performance charts and explanations of the new technologies being used were very interesting, but one little detail left many people confused. It was when they announced the Founder's Edition of the cards. Well now that the dust has settled from the event, it's time to clarify once and for all, just what makes a card a "Founder's Edition."

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Kingspray Graffiti Simulator lets you hone your craft in VR

Kingspray Graffiti Simulator lets you hone your craft in VR

VR is an interesting technology. Being a gamer, I've been mostly interested in games that I can play with my headset. But the great thing about it is that there are so many other things that you can do with it. One developer wants you to be able to utilize their virtual world to create works of art.

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Build your next Dark Souls III character with new Mugenmonkey tool

Build your next Dark Souls III character with new Mugenmonkey tool

When I play an RPG, I tend to roll a character that just "feels" right. In most games, I end up having a build that is pretty fun to play, and is usually pretty effective at fighting off enemies. However, in a game like Dark Souls, just winging it can lead to problems down the road. Thankfully, someone has put together a tool that will help you avoid rolling a bad build.

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Hang out with Totoro in this new VR demo for the Vive and Rift

Hang out with Totoro in this new VR demo for the Vive and Rift

The world isn't always a wonderful, relaxing place to be. This is why we often use a variety of mediums to escape into a different, more peaceful world. Some of my favorite relaxing worlds were created by Studio Ghibli, and are from the mind of Hayao Miyazaki. And now I can finally immerse myself in them, thanks to the magic of virtual reality.

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NVIDIA Ansel revolutionizes in-game photography

NVIDIA Ansel revolutionizes in-game photography

When NVIDIA launched GeForce Experience a few years back, it changed the way we were able to record gameplay. No longer did we need to use some clunky, bloated program like FRAPS to capture our videos. Shadowplay took care of all of that for us, and it’s been wonderful. Well last night NVIDIA announced that they would be revolutionizing the way we take screenshots. And it’s a big deal.

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NVIDIA GTX 1080 and 1070 – Two Titan X killers revealed

NVIDIA GTX 1080 and 1070 – Two Titan X killers revealed

Today, Nvidia’s Orderof10 countdown ended, and lead gamers in the Austin area on a scavenger hunt to get VIP access to a special announcement event at Emo’s club. Inside, around 500 people gathered to see what the company was announcing. We’ve seen rumors and hints for the last couple of weeks, so most people came in with at least some idea of what to expect. Of course, NVIDIA had plenty of surprises in store.

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Corsair VOID Surround Headset Review – Good price, mostly good audio

Corsair VOID Surround Headset Review – Good price, mostly good audio

When it comes to PC gaming, people tend to put a lot of focus on what's inside your PC, the kind of monitor that you have, and your keyboard and mouse. However, your audio solution is just as important as any of these other factors. Bad audio can break the immersion of your game, and a good headset can help you pinpoint the exact location an enemy is coming from. With that in mind, today we're going to look at Corsair's Void USB Surround headset.

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Get two Battlefield DLCs and Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault, courtesy of Origin

Get two Battlefield DLCs and Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault, courtesy of Origin

I'm the kind of guy that's always on the lookout for a good deal. This is especially true with games, as I've come to accept the fact that many of my games will never get played until completion. So why spend a lot on one when there might be a good deal later? Well nothing beats free, and currently Origin is serving up some freebies that you might want to check out.

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