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(See it at Origin). The company offers a wide range of laptops and even more configuration options. It’s likely no two orders from Origin are alike; there are just too many components available for you to pick from. You can even have custom artwork printed on the lid, just to make your laptop yours. And
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See it on the Kinesis website) is for gamers looking to stave off repetitive strain injury (RSI) with a comfortable and customizable two-piece gaming keyboard. Kinesis Freestyle Edge RGB – Design and Features The Kinesis Freestyle Edge RGB is an update to the company’s older Freestyle Edge, adding (as the name suggests) per-key 16.8 million
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See it on Amazon). Just three or four years ago you could expect to pay thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars for a 4K projector that can now be found for less than $2,000. It’s a 4K HDR projector with high brightness for use in setups with ambient light. That brightness also means
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I never thought I’d be able to jump out of a plane and land on the outside of another in VR without getting irrecoverably sick, but Defector let me do just that. This Oculus Studios-published action game is a bit like being inside a Mission: Impossible movie, and it can be a thrill, if a
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Raspberry Pi 4 kicks the specs up yet another notch, and offering multiple versions with up to 4GB of RAM,but is it enough to work as a cheap little desktop PC? The Raspberry Pi Foundation lent us a board to find out. Raspberry Pi 4 – Design and Features The Model B brings a noticeable
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Share. 4K and 144Hz. By John Higgins If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Acer has added a new 4K HDR monitor with 144Hz refresh rate to its lineup alongside the X27 and XB273K, with a couple distinct differences. The
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Share. Built well and highly customizable. By Matt Elliott If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. The Corsair NightSword RGB Tunable FPS/MOBA Gaming Mouse (See it on Amazon) is a gaming mouse that lets you keep close tabs on its
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Share. Runs hot but delivers stellar value. By josh norem The day we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived. We can fully reveal the performance of AMD’s next-gen 7nm Navi GPU(s), and you can find out if it’s worth switching camps from Nvidia, or upgrading your older GPU. As a quick catch-up, this is
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Share. Nostalgia for the ’80s… and licensed games. By Mike Epstein Spoiler Note: Stranger Things 3: The Game follows the plot of season 3 of the Stranger Things Netflix show. The text of this review is spoiler-free and the video/screenshots shown are from early on in the campaign, but keep that in mind if you haven’t
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Share. Harsh Waters By Janet Garcia In this beautiful, flooded world, humans turn into monsters when they become lonely – but that loneliness takes plenty of different forms. Sea of Solitude is all about navigating dangerous waters, both literally and metaphorically. It’s a story-driven adventure game with powerful and surprising moments. It reaches a narrative
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Share. Cheap and light. By Mark Knapp If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Gigabyte’s Aorus M2 is an affordable gaming mouse with just a hint of flair care of an RGB Aorus logo. At just $29 (See it on
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Share. A pretty decent upgrade. By josh norem In advance of AMD dropping its all-new next-gen GPU architecture in the near future, Nvidia is looking to steal its thunder by releasing second generation Turing GPUs, starting with the RTX 2060, RTX 2070, and RTX 2080 Super graphics cards. This review is of the 2060 Super,
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Share. Low-cost but not cheap. By Mark Knapp If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Corsair’s HS35 Stereo headset is a new value option from the company that brings some of the design and features of more premium headsets to
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Share. Pinkies-up VR. By Dan Stapleton If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. After partnering with HTC to produce the Vive in 2016, Valve has gone solo with its ambitious new premium VR headset, the Index. There’s absolutely no getting
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Share. Pudding it to the test. By Anthony Nash If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Hexgears is a brand that you might not have heard of, but it offers some rather unique keyboards and keyboard accessories. One of its
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Share. Here’s the secret; this chair is great. By Seth G. Macy If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. If you’re one of the people who think it’s clever to say “any chair is a gaming chair if you use
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Share. Ritual de lo habitual. By Daemon Hatfield The thriving subgenre of “Metroidvania” games exists to try to recreate the magic of classic Metroid and Castlevania games — because original developers Nintendo and Konami dropped the idea long ago. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night achieves this goal better than most because it plays and feels
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Share. The Glaive turns pro. By Mark Knapp If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Corsair has updated its Glaive RGB gaming mouse, transforming it into the new Glaive RGB Pro (See it on Amazon). At first glance, the two
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Share. Everything is… pretty good. By Luke Reilly Playground Games is doing its best to please everybody. Forza Horizon 4’s first expansion – Fortune Island – was the DLC for authentic driving and drifting purists, but its second is a quirkier package that’s more in line with Forza Horizon 3’s memorably wacky Hot Wheels add-on
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Share. This action platformer is, appropriately, bananas. By Mitchell Saltzman The crazy 2D-shooter action of My Friend Pedro is about one thing and one thing only: the word “cool.” It almost feels like it was developed with the single-minded purpose of distilling the pure essence of the word, then somehow translating that into a video
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Share. Light makes right. By Michael Epstein If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. eSports mice are a special breed. Optimized for performance, they generally place speed, weight, and accuracy above all else, even at the expense of ergonomics, extra
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Share. It Has Begun By Mitchell Saltzman The first of what will eventually be Mortal Kombat 11’s many DLC characters, Shang Tsung, kicks off Kombat Pack 1 on a cool looking but uneven note. Aesthetically, he’s everything a MK fan could ever want out the classic sorcerer. But on the gameplay side, out of the
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Share. Just git gud with a controller instead. By Mark Knapp If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. IOGear’s KeyMander is a specialty gaming gadget for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, and PS3. For years it’s been aimed at giving
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Share. 4K, all day. By Matt Elliott If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. The ViewSonic XG3220 is a 32-inch gaming monitor that prioritizes pixel count over speed. It serves up 4K resolution to deliver an ultra-sharp picture, but the
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Share. A clever twist makes an otherwise-generic shooter stand out. By Samuel Horti As a rule, portal guns make everything better. In the case of Splitgate, the ability for every player to place two ends of a teleporter turns an otherwise average arena FPS into a smart, tactical, team-based shooter in which outthinking your opponents
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Share. One mouse to rule them all. By Chris Coke If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Gaming mice can feel a bit same-y after awhile. Sure, a sensor may change here and there and other important differences come to
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