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See 64+ Shiny Pokemon GO monsters in 2 days (with evolutions)

See 64+ Shiny Pokemon GO monsters in 2 days (with evolutions)

We've taken a look at the next Pokemon GO Community Day event, and there's good news. Niantic's plan is to re-feature all Pokemon that'd been featured in Community Day events in the years 2019 and 2020. That means there'll be 22 Pokemon appearing on December 12 and December 13, 2020, all with increased odds of Shiny spawn!

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Long-lost Superman 64 for PlayStation resurfaces – and the backstory is wild

Long-lost Superman 64 for PlayStation resurfaces – and the backstory is wild

Superman 64 is undoubtedly one of the most infamous games in the history of gaming. Superman 64 is a historically bad game - one that all other bad games are compared to - and it almost existed on the original PlayStation instead of being an N64 exclusive. This PlayStation version of Superman 64 was ultimately cancelled because the license developer Titus had with Warner Bros expired, but all these years later, a prototype of the game has surfaced online.

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Your ears aren’t wrong – some PlayStation 5 may be louder than others

Your ears aren’t wrong – some PlayStation 5 may be louder than others

As we move into the next generation of gaming, a lot of people seem to be making a big deal about how quiet these new consoles are. Specifically, a number of PlayStation 5 reviews mentioned the lack of noise coming from the console as it was running games, which seems like a night and day difference following the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro. For that, we have a massive fan inside the PlayStation 5 to thank, but as it turns out, not everyone is getting the same fan inside their console.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Review – Price pinch

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Review – Price pinch

So you're looking for an NVIDIA RTX graphics card here in the year 2020 and you've struck out, time and time again. We've run through the RTX 3080, the RTX 3070, now it's time for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti. This card sits below the rest, but retains some key features of this most current (and often far more costly) set of graphics cards.

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Nintendo Switch update adds screenshot sharing to phones, computers

Nintendo Switch update adds screenshot sharing to phones, computers

Most of the gaming attention is now being lavished on the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S but Nintendo made sure beforehand to remind everyone how popular its Switch gaming systems have been. Now it is giving Switch owners and fans a treat of their own, not with a next-gen console but with an update that is relatively big news for the gaming handheld. Jumping from firmware version 10.1.0 to 11.0.0, the Nintendo Switch is gaining some features that should have probably been there years ago.

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Pokemon die-cast Poke Ball replicas are coming, not for throwing

Pokemon die-cast Poke Ball replicas are coming, not for throwing

Pokemon has become a worldwide sensation that almost everyone knows about it. Many, even those not completely familiar with the franchise, might even recognize its de facto mascot Pikachu. Fewer, however, might recognize the one thing that has remained constant through all iterations of the game, the iconic red and white Poké Ball. Something that is pretty much the domain of true Pokemon fans, officially sanctioned Poké Ball replicas will soon be available for collectors to purchase but, given its die-cast nature, won't be something that will faithfully recreate the experience of throwing one.

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Xbox Series X|S get helpful indicators in November 2020 update

Xbox Series X|S get helpful indicators in November 2020 update

The new Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles have just started shipping out eager gamers but that doesn't mean that Microsoft will be taking it easy. In fact, there is even more work to do as it tries to address issues and questions about the supposedly most powerful console's puzzling performance for some optimized games. Needless to say, keeping the consoles updated is a non-stop task, and the latest November 2020 updates for the Xbox platform show how a few new features could go a long way in improving gamers' experiences.

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Fortnite Nexus War event is tomorrow: Everything you need to know

Fortnite Nexus War event is tomorrow: Everything you need to know

The big Fortnite Nexus War (Galactus event) will take place tomorrow, December 1, at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET, giving players the chance to participate in what may be the biggest season conclusion in the game's history. Epic has heavily teased that players will have a role in the battle that'll take place, but what else can you expect?

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Microsoft Flight Simulator VR support confirmed as a holiday gift

Microsoft Flight Simulator VR support confirmed as a holiday gift

Here's some good news for fans of the most recent Microsoft Flight Simulator: VR support is going to be arriving in the game by the end of the year. We knew VR support was on the way to Flight Simulator, but up until now, we didn't have a launch date. Now, not only do we have a launch date, but we also know that VR support will extend to all VR headsets.

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Razer x BAPE – a match made in cult consumer heaven

Razer x BAPE – a match made in cult consumer heaven

Razer and A Bathing Ape (BAPE) officially announced their first collection of products with prices and release dates to boot. This will be a cross-brand sort of situation, with limited edition BAPE x Razer products aplenty. The first set of items includes t-shirts, a hoodie, a backpack, Opus, Goliathus V2 Speed, and DeathAdder V2. This collaboration is set to be called the A GAMING APE collection.

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Xbox Series X/S can run classic PS2 games – but it’s not easy

Xbox Series X/S can run classic PS2 games – but it’s not easy

While the Xbox Series X/S show a lot of promise for the future, at the moment there aren't a ton of next-generation games to play on them. While we wait for those games to arrive, there's no lack of games to play on this new hardware, as they offer backward compatibility with Xbox One titles, a large number of Xbox 360 games, and even some OG Xbox titles. As it turns out, you can also play PlayStation 2 games on the Xbox Series X/S, though that support is definitely more unofficial.

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DOOM Eternal finally has a Nintendo Switch release date

DOOM Eternal finally has a Nintendo Switch release date

DOOM Eternal launched for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC way back in March, and this entire time, Switch owners have been waiting to hear news of when the game would be landing on their console of choice. After a long wait, we're finally closing in on the big day, as Bethesda has officially confirmed when DOOM Eternal will be launching on Nintendo Switch.

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