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Everything you need to know about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Respawn is taking us to a galaxy far, far away in a new single-player experience set after Episode III.

Star Wars Celebration 2019 gave fans the first look at Respawn’s upcoming Star Wars game, Jedi: Fallen Order. It’s the dark times now, so get ready. You’ll need to abide by three rules to survive.

Don’t stand out. Accept the past. Trust no one.

Use the Force Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

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Google’s Stadia brings more to worry about than just the technical details

This could kick off a future where games are only something you rent while you can.

While you’re reading this, there’s a good chance I’ll be playing Far Cry 3. If you aren’t up to date on all things Far Cry — shame on you — the third installment in the series went on sale in late 2012. Yes, it’s a game that is seven years old but I still like to play it. A lot of  [Read More…]

Everything you need to know about No Man’s Sky for PSVR

Explore the vast universe of No Man’s Sky in the most immersive way yet.

Hello Games announced during Sony’s premiere State of Play livestream that the long-awaited PlayStation VR support for No Man’s Sky will be releasing this summer! Soon, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in its universe like never before.

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What is No Man’s Sky?

Where to even begin on this one. After a tumultuous—to put it mildly—development  [Read More…]

Everything we know about Borderlands 3

Shoot and loot your way across Pandora.

It’s here! Years of not-so-patient waiting have led to this moment, and it was certainly worth it. Gearbox has officially unveiled Borderlands 3 at PAX East 2019 with its first trailer that looks like everything we’ve wanted and so much more. From new Vault Hunters to new enemies, here’s what we know so far about Borderlands 3.

The story so far

If you’re already familiar with the series and  [Read More…]

Oculus Quest made me actually care about VR

I never cared about VR, but the Oculus Quest made me a believer.

I’ve always been wary of virtual reality headsets. I’m that person who gets motion sickness easily — an obvious obstacle for VR since the dawn of time — but I’ve also had issues with accessibility. I’ve been jumping from apartment to apartment for the past decade, so not only is space an issue but so is portability. I already have to pack and lug  [Read More…]

Stadia: What you need to know about Google’s game streaming service

Google’s vision for the future of gaming has been revealed.

The world of gaming is changing. Google has a new platform called Stadia, and rather than coming to market with another console or PC competitor, Stadia’s a new service that allows you to play your favorite games on all of your devices using powerful streaming technology.

Ready to learn more? Let’s dive in.

The latest Stadia news March 19, 2019 — Stadia is announced at GDC 2019  [Read More…]

Android Q is (almost) here to remind us all about fragmentation

Another Android release means another essential privacy protection is here and that most users won’t see it for a while.

Android Q addresses one of my biggest gripes about Android when it comes to privacy: you can tell an app that it doesn’t get to track your location when you’re not actually using it.

We’ve all seen an app request access to our location and up to now, we’ve been able to say yes or no when  [Read More…]

Top 15 things you need to know about Android Q

The first dev preview of Android Q is here, and there’s plenty to like.

The first developer preview of Android Q is now available for the Pixels, serving up an early look at the new features and changes coming to Android later in the year. There’s little to no change on the UI front, but Google is rolling out a slew of new features, including granular options for location sharing, a theming engine, screen recording,

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What you need to know about the changes to DirecTV Now

New plans, higher prices — but it still doesn’t have an Android TV app.

There are two kinds of people out there — those who saw this coming, and everyone else. Either way, here we are.

DirecTV Now — which once upon a time launched with decent prices, really good promotions and a lineup that could compete with pretty much any other streaming service — has morphed into the sort of service you’d expect from a content provider owned  [Read More…]

Everything you need to know about Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice before release

FromSoftware is taking a break from Dark Souls and Bloodborne to give us a brand new IP set in feudal Japan.

Those itching for an action game set in feudal Japan need to look no further than Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Developer FromSoftware wants to produce authentic world building while still adding the studio’s own unique twists and flavors.

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What is Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice?

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the latest venture  [Read More…]