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As Fallout 76 beta begins, Bethesda has a message for fans

As Fallout 76 beta begins, Bethesda has a message for fans

Today is a big day for Fallout fans and Bethesda alike, as the beta for Fallout 76 begins on Xbox One. Fallout 76 is a pretty big release for Bethesda, as it ventures into what is uncharted territory for the company: multiplayer. Bethesda's biggest franchises, The Elder Scrolls and Fallout, have traditionally been single player ones, but Fallout 76 turns all of that on its head by being a multiplayer-only game.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 leak gives a must-see gameplay preview

Red Dead Redemption 2 leak gives a must-see gameplay preview

We're now less than a week out from the release of Red Dead Redemption 2, and fans of the series are ready to play. As it typically does with its big releases, Rockstar is playing its cards close to its chest with this release. Though the company has published quite a few trailers explaining things like gameplay, mechanics, and story, what we've seen in those trailers has clearly been heavily curated.

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Devil May Cry 5 ‘Ultra Limited Edition’ bundles are absurdly expensive

Devil May Cry 5 ‘Ultra Limited Edition’ bundles are absurdly expensive

If you're a big Devil May Cry fan, now is your chance to put your money where you mouth is. Capcom has announced three different "Ultra Limited Edition" bundles for Devil May Cry 5, and all of them are supremely expensive. We're not entirely sure who would buy one of these multi-thousand dollar bundles, but we're sure they're out there somewhere.

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Xbox One shoppers can get a free Echo Dot from Amazon

Xbox One shoppers can get a free Echo Dot from Amazon

Many of you might remember when the Xbox One console first debuted, and how it came packaged with the Kinect accessory that enabled both motion camera and voice command features. It's no secret the Kinect was widely hated, and now it's dead and discontinued. But it seems Microsoft is still trying to make voice control a thing, as the latest Xbox One software update has added integration with Amazon's Alexa. Now the online retailer is throwing in a free Echo Dot with an Xbox One console purchase.

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Xbox One October update: Alexa, Dolby Vision, new Avatars

Xbox One October update: Alexa, Dolby Vision, new Avatars

Unlike smartphones or even PCs, gaming consoles are something you buy once every 5 or so years and almost never upgrade. Their value comes primarily from the new games that arrive annually and the updates that extend the device’s functionality way beyond the original release. Often without having to buy a new part or peripheral. One such update lands for the Xbox One this month that, among other things, make it seem like you can talk to your console even if you’re actually talking to your speaker instead.

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Fortnite is getting a winter-themed retail bundle

Fortnite is getting a winter-themed retail bundle

Though Fortnite is a free-to-play digital title, Epic has clearly been hard at work figuring out ways to make the game a draw at retail stores. The first product of these efforts is the Fortnite Double Helix bundle, which packages a few in-game goodies alongside a Nintendo Switch. Today, Epic announced the next retail offering for Fortnite, and it's the result of a team up between it and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment.

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New Fallout 76 details surface as beta looms

New Fallout 76 details surface as beta looms

Fallout 76 is nearly upon us, and with a beta test for the game beginning later this month, players who have pre-ordered are probably wondering what to expect. New details about the game are coming down the pipeline today, with Bethesda detailing a variety of different things about the game. These include details on things like grouping, PvP, and even fast traveling.

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The fancy new Fortnite move you’re being beaten with

The fancy new Fortnite move you’re being beaten with

We're tracking a new way to move in Fortnite that dominates the map - and chances are you've already happened across it without realizing. It's called Bunny Hopping by average everyday masters of the game, and it requires only that you have some really, really good timing. Or the sort of mouse that allows you to make your scroll wheel into a jump button - but that's only for PC players. Today we're gonna try to cover everyone at once.

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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Passing Muster

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: Passing Muster

Our Assassin's Creed Odyssey Review isn't entirely necessary - we've already reviewed this game time and time again. The existence of a new Assassin's Creed each year is like what Star Wars became with its purchase by Disney. Each time a new one comes out, I'm gonna go see it, just like I'll buy each Assassin's Creed. It's not as if each new year is going to deliver something strikingly different or less good.

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Fortnite patch notes introduce the new Chiller trap

Fortnite patch notes introduce the new Chiller trap

Fortnite received its usual week patch early this morning, and this one is quite a bit smaller than the one that was rolled out last week. Of course, last week's patch was a big one in part because Fortnite season 6 launched alongside it, so it makes sense that this week's is a little bit more content-light. We're still getting a new item today, so let's dive in and see what it does.

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Xbox Games with Gold October 2018 lineup revealed: Hitman and more

Xbox Games with Gold October 2018 lineup revealed: Hitman and more

Microsoft has revealed its October 2018 Games with Gold lineup, detailing a total of four games that will be made available starting on October 1. As expected, the games' availability will be spread out, only two arriving on the first, followed by another two later in the month. Both Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles are included.

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Caavo Control Center is a universal remote do-all media system

Caavo Control Center is a universal remote do-all media system

This week the folks at Caavo revealed a device that'll control ALL your stuff. Not your smart home stuff - this isn't about lights or sensors or anything - this is for your TV and your varied media-output devices. Caavo can connect your TV to your Amazon Fire TV (or better yet NVIDIA SHIELD TV) or Apple TV, set-top boxes of many sorts, gaming consoles like Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and whatever other oddities you've got delivering signal via HDMI.

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