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Razer Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Arcade Stick brings iconic artwork

Razer Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Arcade Stick brings iconic artwork

Razer has launched Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Arcade Stick, a new arcade fighting stick featuring Marvel and Capcom characters. The controller is designed for the PlayStation 4, including modular construction and the ability to customize the device to each player's requirements. The Infinite Arcade Stick is based on the company's existing arcade controller and was likewise created with modders in mind.

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Marvel’s Spider-Man Limited Edition PS4 Pro bundle drops September 7

Marvel’s Spider-Man Limited Edition PS4 Pro bundle drops September 7

Sony has taken the wraps off a special new PlayStation 4 Pro bundle that will be available starting early next month. The Marvel's Spider-Man Limited Edition PS4 Pro bundle doesn't merely add the video game in with an ordinary console -- you get a special crimson red design with a large Spider-Man logo on the device's top.

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Marvel Powers United VR Rift + Touch Bundle arrives next week

Marvel Powers United VR Rift + Touch Bundle arrives next week

Ahead of the game's release later this month comes the Marvel Powers United VR Special Edition Rift + Touch Bundle, a kit containing the Oculus VR headset and controllers, as well as the new Marvel virtual reality game. Gamers who already own the Oculus hardware can also preorder the new Marvel game now, ensuring they'll have it as soon as it goes live next week.

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PSA: Fortnite will go down early tomorrow for maintenance

PSA: Fortnite will go down early tomorrow for maintenance

Fortnite is more popular than ever, but it's not without its share of bugs. The company experienced issues shortly after the Season 5 update that forced it to briefly take its servers offline last week, an action that caught many players by surprise mid-game. The company plans to take the game servers down again for maintenance this week, but this time players are getting a warning before it happens.

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Funko Fortnite toys and collectibles arrive this holiday season

Funko Fortnite toys and collectibles arrive this holiday season

Toy company Funko, perhaps best known for its Pop! figurines, has announced a new deal with Epic Games that will add Fortnite items to its catalog. The company already offers toys based on popular video games, movies, and more, including Blizzard's Overwatch and Star Wars. Funko's Fortnite lineup will include collectibles, but some details are still missing.

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Rainbow Six Siege players now get auto-banned for toxic language

Rainbow Six Siege players now get auto-banned for toxic language

Ubisoft is cracking down on gamers who toss around toxic language, slapping them with an auto-ban in Rainbow Six Siege at the time of the offense. The decision to auto-ban these players is a move toward cleaning up the game environment, making it a more enjoyable experience for the majority of users. The duration of the ban depends on whether the player is a repeat offender.

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The Walking Dead: Our World AR game now available on Android and iOS

The Walking Dead: Our World AR game now available on Android and iOS

Last year, AMC and Next Games unveiled an augmented reality mobile game based on hit TV show The Walking Dead. In the teaser trailer revealed at the time, we were introduced to a game where zombies are brought into the real world, as well as weapons used to combat them and iconic characters from the series. Nearly a year has passed since that unveiling and the game, Our World, is finally available to download.

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Konami kills fan remake of Silent Hill: P.T. for PC

Konami kills fan remake of Silent Hill: P.T. for PC

Gaming fans may remember back to 2014 when Konami released a demo on the PS4 called P.T., or "playable teaser," for a new Silent Hills game. The demo was eventually pulled and the entire Silent Hills project, which was being worked on by both Hideo Kojima and director Guillermo del Toro, was cancelled. However, for some time now a fan has remaking the demo for the PC, aiming for a "100 percent playable and accurate" experience. But sadly, this too, has been killed by Konami.

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Genki dongle brings Bluetooth audio to Nintendo Switch

Genki dongle brings Bluetooth audio to Nintendo Switch

A new dongle called Genki promises to bring Bluetooth audio to the Nintendo Switch, offering a wireless solution to the console's wired audio problem. The Switch does not itself support Bluetooth audio devices, forcing users to plug in a pair of earbuds or headphones for private listening. Genki offers to be the solution by connecting to the device's USB-C port.

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Fortnite on Nintendo Switch adds motion control: here’s how to use it

Fortnite on Nintendo Switch adds motion control: here’s how to use it

Season 5 brought a small treat unique to the Nintendo Switch: motion control support. Users have been asking for motion aiming support since the port went live, something now possible...assuming you enable the control option. The feature utilizes the gyroscope in the Joy-Con and the Pro Controller for the Switch and works similarly to mobile games that let users rotate their phone for movement.

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PlayStation Network social, gaming issues continue to plague gamers

PlayStation Network social, gaming issues continue to plague gamers

PlayStation 4 owners have been complaining about issues with the PSN service most of today (Thursday), primarily about trouble getting into in-game parties and joining voice chats. Sony updated the PSN status page with a warning about Gaming and Social issues earlier today, saying about 4PM EST that it was investigating the issue. No update has been given and the issues persist.

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Fortnite servers go down as Epic probes multiple game issues

Fortnite servers go down as Epic probes multiple game issues

If you've tried to get on Fortnite at any point in the last hour, you've likely been greeted with a huge queue wait time. That's because Epic Games has taken the game servers down temporarily in order to investigate multiple issues some players are experiencing. According to a tweet from the company, it is looking into problems with logging in, matchmaking, and other game services.

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