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Xbox One X bundles discount kicks off big spring game sale

Xbox One X bundles discount kicks off big spring game sale

If you're in the market for an Xbox One X, it seems like now might be a good time to buy. Microsoft has kicked off a sale on Xbox One X bundles that sees a number of them discounted by $100. On top of that, the company has also started its Spring Sale, discounting a large number of Xbox One and Xbox 360 games.

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PlayStation Plus free games for April go into Uncharted 4 territory

PlayStation Plus free games for April go into Uncharted 4 territory

During this time of great unrest and uncertainty, people turn to entertainment not only to pass time but also to keep sane. For some, that comes in the form of videos while others turn to video games instead. Fortunately, the big gaming platforms have a regular offering of free games every month. Despite the potential added strain on the Internet, Sony is announcing just two titles that will be free this month, at least for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

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50k gamers banned from CoD battle royale game in March alone

50k gamers banned from CoD battle royale game in March alone

The creators of Call of Duty: Warzone took the ban hammer to the masses this week, crushing tens of thousands of cheaters. The team at Infinity Ward revealed that, since launch on March 10, 2020, they've had to ban over FIFTY THOUSAND PLAYERS from the game. What's more - they've not revealed the specific ways in which they've detected these cheaters, making it more difficult for said cheaters to find their way back to the game. That's normal, but the amount of players banned is certainly not.

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Xbox Games with Gold for April 2020: Project Cars, Fable, more

Xbox Games with Gold for April 2020: Project Cars, Fable, more

Today Microsoft revealed all the Xbox Games with Gold for Xbox LIVE Gold / Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. They include Project Cars 2, a big Knights of Pen and Paper Bundle, and a couple of Xbox 360 games of high repute! One is the legendary Fable (in Fable Anniversary form), the other is Toybox Turbos. These games will be available to play for free for the month of April* with Xbox Live Gold as part of the "Games with Gold" program.

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Coronavirus outbreak is bad news for your broken Nintendo Switch

Coronavirus outbreak is bad news for your broken Nintendo Switch

If you've got a Switch or a 3DS that's in need of repair, it looks like you won't be getting it fixed anytime soon. Nintendo has shut down its repair centers in the Americas in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. That, of course, means that there's no word on when they might reopen, and given the unpredictable nature of this pandemic, it could be quite some time before we see that happen.

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Nintendo Switch is out of stock: Here’s how the cheaper Switch Lite compares

Nintendo Switch is out of stock: Here’s how the cheaper Switch Lite compares

If you're trying to buy a Nintendo Switch at the moment, you've got a lot of searching ahead of you. At many stores, the standard Nintendo Switch is out of stock, and while there are likely still a few to be found at the Switch's standard retail price, many of the listings you'll find have asking prices of $400 or even $500.

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PlayStation 5 vs Xbox Series X before release: So close it’s ridiculous

PlayStation 5 vs Xbox Series X before release: So close it’s ridiculous

Is the PlayStation 5 more powerful than the Xbox Series X? Will the Xbox Series X out-perform the PlayStation 5? Based on the specs revealed by Sony today and Microsoft last week, the two gaming consoles are more comparable to one-another than the Xbox One and PS4. This shouldn't be a massive shock - we've reached a point of diminishing returns when it comes to graphics performance. Now it's more a matter of data speed.

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Full PlayStation 5 specs revealed

Full PlayStation 5 specs revealed

As promised, Sony is currently hosting a deep dive into the PlayStation 5's hardware, featuring none other than PS5 system architect Mark Cerny. This is the moment PlayStation fans have been waiting for - following up on the full Xbox Series X reveal earlier this week, it's now Sony's turn to show off its console to the world. One of the best ways to do that, of course, is by providing a spec sheet.

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Sony PS5 “deep dive” on March 18 could steal Xbox Series X limelight

Sony PS5 “deep dive” on March 18 could steal Xbox Series X limelight

Sony will reveal new PlayStation 5 details on Wednesday, March 18, the company has announced today, as it pushes back against Microsoft's Xbox Series X in the next-generation console hype wars. Although Sony has previously spilled some information about the hardware of the PS5 at the end of last year, the company now promises a "deep dive" on its architecture this week.

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6 things we found out about Xbox Series X today

6 things we found out about Xbox Series X today

Today was a big day for Xbox fans, as Microsoft detailed the Xbox Series X in full. A lot of information came down the pipeline at once, painting the most complete picture of the Xbox Series X yet. With the dust settled, here are a few big things we learned about the Xbox Series X today.

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GPD WIN Max shown running The Witcher 3 thanks to 10th Gen Intel Core CPU

GPD WIN Max shown running The Witcher 3 thanks to 10th Gen Intel Core CPU

Technology and manufacturing have truly come a long way if an 8-inch "laptop" can run AAA games. At least that's the idea that China-based GPD (GamePad Digital) is trying to make with its biggest and most ambitious product to date. The GPD WIN Max aims to combine the best of both worlds in a small size and while the demonstration might be impressive, there is still one important question that remains unaddressed.

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Konami TurboGrafx-16 Mini delayed until further notice due to COVID-19

Konami TurboGrafx-16 Mini delayed until further notice due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 coronavirus is wreaking havoc not only on lives but on events and businesses as well. The latter is mostly caused by the shutdown of factories and offices in China, perhaps the biggest proof of how many depend on the country's products and services. This is especially true for the tech industry that has only recently started to move facilities outside of China. The latest to get hit by this situation may be a literally small console but the situation could foreshadow the trouble that gaming consoles will face in the months ahead.

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