XCOM: Chimera Squad Review - Life's a Breach then You Die
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XCOM: Chimera Squad Review - Life's a Breach then You Die
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XCOM: Chimera Squad Review - Life's a Breach then You Die
After its surprise announcement a little over a week ago, the next installment in the XCOM franchise has arrived with XCOM: Chimera Squad. A new standalone entry that delivers a brand new XCOM-verse story on a budget. And by budget we mean it literally - its introductory price is an almost unheard of $14.98 AUD. And so, when deciding on which of our strategic minds was up the review task we simply took a look a the top-right corner of our collective screens and noticed that it was Adam Mathew’s turn.

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NVIDIA RTX Voice is an AI Driven Game Changer for Voice Chat
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NVIDIA RTX Voice is an AI Driven Game Changer for Voice Chat
You know how microphones and various bits of software boast noise-cancellation, directional recording, and what not? Well, the truth is no microphone out there is match for a loud mechanical keyboard. Enter, NVIDIA RTX Voice - a new audio plugin that utilisies the AI capabilities of NVIDIA GeForce RTX to "remove distracting background noise from your broadcasts, voice chats, and remote video conferencing meetings". And, it works!

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Rumour - Treyarch's Next Call of Duty won't be a Black Ops
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Rumour - Treyarch's Next Call of Duty won't be a Black Ops
And honestly, I'd take this info not with a grain of salt, but a full horse-level salt lick. Firstly, because the article highlighting the video -- which I'll get to in a second -- is poorly written and constructed, but speaks in authoritative tone is alarm bells ringing at 11. The video they report on, however, is an even bigger mess with the presenter suggesting this person and that has contacted him in relation for the next Call of Duty game, which is allegedly set between Cold War and Vietnam Conflict eras (*cough* already been done *cough*), and that it was 'saved' by Treyarch due to Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software having differing opinions on how the game will take shape.

And all of this is fraught with inconsistency in even anecdotal information.

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Baldur's Gate 3 Development Has Slowed But Early Access Release Still On Track For 2020
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Baldur's Gate 3 Development Has Slowed But Early Access Release Still On Track For 2020
Recently we got our first proper look at Larian Studios latest role-player Baldur's Gate 3 - which represents the return of one of the most beloved RPGs of all time. In a new report on the impact of COVID-19 at the New York Times, studio boss Swen Vincke notes that development has slowed with the team performing at around 70-80% of its normal productivity as it moves to remote work.

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Worldwide Digital Game Sales Were the Highest Ever in March
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Worldwide Digital Game Sales Were the Highest Ever in March
Showcasing that playing games as a form of entertainment and escape reached an all-time high as several countries enacted lockdown measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the latest report from researh firm SuperData global spending on digital games reached $10.0B USD in March 2020 - the highest total recorded to date.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator System Specs Revealed, You'll Need a Beast For Ideal Mode
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Microsoft Flight Simulator System Specs Revealed, You'll Need a Beast For Ideal Mode
With Microsoft outlining the hardware requirements for its upcoming - and visually stunning - return to the world of flight sims with Microsoft Flight Simulator. With minimum, recommended, and ideal hardware detailed it's the latter that will require a bit of a beast to run.

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New Trackmania Coming in July
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New Trackmania Coming in July
With Trackmania being a complete remake of the popular Trackmania Nations. Originally slated for release earlier this year, remote development due to the current pandemic has seen its release date shift gears to July 1. This remake promises to be a new start for the franchise (hence the naming) with a focus on better live integration in addition to the visual overhaul.

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The New Razer Blade Stealth 13 Makes the Case for Gaming on an Ultrabook
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The New Razer Blade Stealth 13 Makes the Case for Gaming on an Ultrabook
The Ultrabook is a laptop designed for portability - thin, sleek, and custom-made to taken on the go. A gaming laptop on the other hand is a different beast entirely, it sits in the realm of performance, so being sleek and thin means something else. The new Razer Blade Stealth 13 makes the case for high-end gaming on a 15.3mm thick device that weighs in at only 1.41 kg.

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The 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Desktop Family Grows with the New 3300X and 3100
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The 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Desktop Family Grows with the New 3300X and 3100
The AMD Ryzen has grown over the past couple of years to become the desktop processor of choice for many out there - especially for those building a new gaming rig. The latest additions to take advantage of the powerful AMD Zen 2 architecture are the more affordable duo of the Ryzen 3 3100 and AMD Ryzen 3 3300X.

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Predator: Hunting Grounds Starts Using Da Trees this Friday
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Predator: Hunting Grounds Starts Using Da Trees this Friday
And hopefully we all stick around and that the game doesn't need to get to the chopper! anytime soon. Ahem... sorry, it's just that in this writer's opinion, this is the best movie ever made and a lack of great Predator games has lead me to a life of pushing too many pencils.

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Xbox Series S is a Less Powerful Next-Gen Console and Will Reportedly Be Announced Soon
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Xbox Series S is a Less Powerful Next-Gen Console and Will Reportedly Be Announced Soon
With Windows Central noting that the long-rumoured Xbox Lockhart console - a less powerful companion to the Xbox Series X - could be getting a reveal in early May. And members of the Xbox team are already taking the console home to test. The power of the Xbox Series S is also rumoured to be in the range of 4 Teraflops, about a third of the Series X's 12 Teraflops.

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World of Tanks Begins its 10th Anniversary Celebration
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World of Tanks Begins its 10th Anniversary Celebration
With Wargraming kicking off five thematic Acts - the first of which starts tomorrow - that will run through key milestones in World of Tanks history showcasing a decade of action. Exclusive customisations will also be available in a special Anniversary Store in addition to Prizes for completing each Act.

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Hisense 2020 TV Range is Revealed to Alleviate Your Iso Viewing Woes
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Hisense 2020 TV Range is Revealed to Alleviate Your Iso Viewing Woes
In that being stuck at home with no cinema options, or looking for a new screen for gaming or even just something to wow the kids, partners or equally locked-in housemates, these panels start in affordable capacity and go into larger wallet spaces, but with quality befitting higher-level content across the media broad.

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HyperX Cloud Flight S Gaming Headset Review - Finding The Qi
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HyperX Cloud Flight S Gaming Headset Review - Finding The Qi
The latest wireless headset from HyperX cranks up the wireless with the addition of Wireless Qi charging. Which is something you don't see everyday, especially in the realm of the gaming headset. Elsewhere the new HyperX Cloud Flight S offers up 30-hours of battery life, a comfortable build, and high-quality sound.

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Titania Prime - Our Guide to the Latest Spellbinding Addition to Warframe
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Titania Prime - Our Guide to the Latest Spellbinding Addition to Warframe
As our resident Warframe expert, Adrian Haas is back with another deep dive. This time into the latest addition to the Prime line-up - Titania Prime. Which, thanks to a recent rework now makes the seldom used Frame something of a go-to.

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Fortnite and Travis Scott Present Astronomical
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Fortnite and Travis Scott Present Astronomical
A musical journey as recording artist Travis Scott is set to premiere a new track inside Fortnite. Described as an "other-worldly experience" the new piece has been built from the ground up in Fortnite. The digital debut of Astronomical is being treated as a global tour too - so be sure to hit the jump for the tour dates.

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Star Citizen's Recent Roadmap Changes Has Left Players Concerned
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Star Citizen's Recent Roadmap Changes Has Left Players Concerned
It's the eternal question, when will Star Citizen be finished? That is, hit Version 1.0 and see an official release. Since 2012 the long in development and big budget crowdfunded space-sim has impressed with its scope and ambition, but over the years progress has sat firmly in the "slow and steady" realm. The latest development roadmap for the next Alpha release on the other hand has seen more removals than additions.

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Doom Reborn Reimagines Doom 1 and 2 Using the Doom 3 Engine
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Doom Reborn Reimagines Doom 1 and 2 Using the Doom 3 Engine
That is, id Tech 4. An exciting fan creation no doubt but as you'll see in the 46 minutes of gameplay footage (after the jump), the head bobbing is insane. The mod has been in the works for years now and the latest release even makes it a standalone game that doesn't require Doom 3 to run.

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GeForce NOW Gets the Full Backing of Ubisoft as More Publishers Pull Titles
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GeForce NOW Gets the Full Backing of Ubisoft as More Publishers Pull Titles
When NVIDIA's game-streaming service GeForce NOW exited its beta phase there was genuine cause for excitement. The pitch was simple, play the games you already own on services like Steam or Uplay but stream them with low-latency on high-end GeForce RTX rigs. With competing services and licensing though a number of high profile publishers have since pulled compatibility with their libraries.

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New Sim Watch 2020 - Pope Simulator Announced
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New Sim Watch 2020 - Pope Simulator Announced
From being a mechanic that works on high-priced yachts to reliving Genesis as old-man Noah checks his weather forecast app and notices a high percentage of rain, the simulator genre is about to get one more strange entry. With Pope Simulator. Its Steam page is now live, and the trailer looks to be more proof of concept than actual game. Still, it's chock full of Pope activity.

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