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Xbox Series X one-minute review The Xbox Series X wasn’t an essential purchase at launch, but Microsoft’s powerhouse console has come a long way since then It’s always been a fantastic piece of hardware, just one that needed a few extra improvements to justify its price tag. Until recently, the Xbox Series X has been
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PS5 one-minute review Our PS5 expectations were extremely high after the incredible success of the PS4. Thankfully, Sony’s new-gen console delivers and improves upon its predecessor in almost every way. The PS5 DualSense controller – Sony’s clever new pad featuring haptic feedback and adaptive triggers – is nothing short of a revelation. The combination of
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Microsoft’s bid to acquire Activision Blizzard is on thin ice. Antitrust regulators from several regions have been reviewing the deal all year, and several have recently expressed concern that the acquisition could drastically reduce competition within the video game industry.
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Xbox Wireless Controller – One-minute review The Xbox Wireless Controller isn’t a brand new gamepad. Instead, it’s a revised version of the Xbox One controller, which underwent some upgrades for its release alongside Xbox Series X|S. It may bear the same name as its predecessor and a largely similar design, but the Xbox Wireless Controller
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With Xbox Series X now here, is it worth buying an Xbox One X? Well, not really, but that’s not to say it’s a bad console. Microsoft previously announced that the Xbox One X is no longer in production. Instead, the company has focused production efforts on the Xbox Series X, the new-generation successor that
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The Xbox One S All-Digital was Microsoft’s first disc-less console, and a sign of things to come. It represented a grand experiment into the future of how we consume film, TV, entertainment and games.  We’re using past tense there because Microsoft is no longer producing new Xbox One S All-Digital or Xbox One X consoles.
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The Sims 4 is no stranger to regular updates, with a bustling community of creatives building architecturally-interesting homes and vibrant, maniacal Simmers. It’s a community that has thrived since conception, and one that Maxis rarely neglects.The Sims 4 is now free to play!This time around, Maxis has dished out the Gallery Profanity Filter Update, which
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