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Call of Duty: WWII revealed, brings the series back to its roots

Call of Duty: WWII revealed, brings the series back to its roots

As expected, Activision has revealed the next Call of Duty, and we're going back to World War II. Call of Duty: WWII will take us back to the series' beginnings, confirming information from a number of leaks ahead of this announcement. Activision itself even indicated something like this would happen earlier this year, when Activision hosted something of a year-in-review conference call with investors.

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Radeon RX 480 converts to RX 580 with a code

Radeon RX 480 converts to RX 580 with a code

This week the folks at AMD are witnessing an odd occurrence with their latest RX 580 graphics card. While the RX 580 features a new power state and faster processing speeds, it's pretty much just a slightly modified RX 480 card. Users saw this and started in tweaking their hardware with software freely available from AMD. It would appear that an RS 580 BIOS file flashed to an RX 480 card results in what's pretty much an RX 580 - almost.

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The Force is with Xbox Live’s Games with Gold in May

The Force is with Xbox Live’s Games with Gold in May

Microsoft has announced Xbox Live's Games with Gold for the month of May, and Star Wars fans will want to take note. May's selection of free games includes not one but two Star Wars titles, likely as a way to celebrate Star Wars day on May 4th. If you missed out on these Star Wars games the first time around, this is a good chance to pick them up.

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Pokemon GO Update brings great news for legit trainers

Pokemon GO Update brings great news for legit trainers

Overnight Niantic has sent out a Pokemon GO update server-side which randomizes the stats of Pokemon based on player. While this won't make a massive difference to the average legit Pokemon GO user, it has already begun to wreak havock on spoofer communities and snipers of all sorts. This is a time to rejoice for the average player playing by the ruleset set out by Niantic - random spawns for everybody!

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Niantic still hasn’t solved Pokemon GO’s biggest problem

Niantic still hasn’t solved Pokemon GO’s biggest problem

The latest Pokemon GO update was claimed to stop spoofers and hackers alike, but in reality it's only cut out a chunk of cheaters. While Niantic continues to play a tough game of cat and mouse with the hacker community, 3rd-party bot-makers remain one step ahead of the game. Users profiting from Pokemon GO's underground of automated Pokemon GO gameplay - they're the ones with the most potential cash to lose. They're the ones that are making Niantic work tirelessly to defend their turf.

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe review round-up: Even better the second time?

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe review round-up: Even better the second time?

With the hype surrounding The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild finally winding down, it's time to focus the Switch's second major first-party release: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Though this is essentially a re-release of the Wii U's Mario Kart 8, this will be the first time some Switch owners are encountering this game. Reviews are beginning to hit today, so what's the verdict? Is this a must-have for Switch owners?

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Pokemon GO and the legendary incomplete Pokedex

Pokemon GO and the legendary incomplete Pokedex

A small set of Pokemon from Gen 2 and 1 are set to be released during special events in Pokemon GO in the near future. For those users that are seeking to fill their Pokedex, there's also a set of Pokemon that are not able to be caught - but are able to be attained. Four separate categories of Pokemon can be separated - and not every Pokemon GO Trainer knows that this separation exists. The first category is the most obvious - common and catchable Pokemon.

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Telltale’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ game arrives on Android, iOS and consoles

Telltale’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ game arrives on Android, iOS and consoles

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series is now available on the Google Play Store, iTunes, and for console gamers with either an Xbox One or a PlayStation 4. The game is priced at $4.99 USD regardless of which console or platform you get it on. If you particularly enjoy it and you have one of the two aforementioned consoles, you'll also be able to pick up the game on a special season pass disc starting on May 2.

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8 more games we’d like to see on SNES Classic Edition

8 more games we’d like to see on SNES Classic Edition

Back when it first became clear that the NES Classic Edition would become a major hit for Nintendo, we almost immediately began to think of the possibilities for the future. At the time, we made a list of eight games that should be on the SNES Classic, should one ever see the light of day. Now, with the NES Classic dead and new rumors pointing to the existence of a mini SNES console, it's time to revisit that idea. Here are 8 more games that we'd like to see on the SNES Classic Edition.

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Pokemon GO Spoofing update: the gift and the curse

Pokemon GO Spoofing update: the gift and the curse

Now that the Pokemon GO Easter Event is nearly over and the closest update is probably a week away or more, it's time to get serious. This game has needed a fix since a week or two after it started, and the time to update is now. With as much stability as Niantic has now with servers and over a year into the game's life, it's time to end the reign of the Spoofers. And the bots, of course, but the Spoofers first and foremost.

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Nintendo Switch in stock at GameStop, but get ready to shell out

Nintendo Switch in stock at GameStop, but get ready to shell out

If you're still having problems finding a Nintendo Switch, we've got some good news and some bad news for you. The good news is that they're back in stock at GameStop. The bad news is that you'll have to shell out a lot of dough to take one home.

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SNES Classic reportedly in the works (because of course it is)

SNES Classic reportedly in the works (because of course it is)

Nintendo has been in the news a lot lately for its rather wacky decision to cancel the popular NES Classic Edition. Thus far, Nintendo hasn't given an exact reason for this decision, only saying that the NES Classic was never intended to be a long-running product. Today, though, we're hearing a rather interesting rumor that could have something to do with the demise of the NES Classic: Nintendo may want to make way for an incoming SNES Classic Edition.

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