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The Full Nerd episode 25: Core i9 review, build an Xbox One X PC, and Creative’s 32-bit sound card

The Full Nerd episode 25: Core i9 review, build an Xbox One X PC, and Creative’s 32-bit sound card | PCWorld Cores, computers, and sound cards. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. In this episode of The Full Nerd the gang discusses PCWorld’s Core i9 review, building an Xbox One X PC, and the first 32-bit consumer sound card. The Full Nerd Episode 25 “);});try$(“div.lazyload_blox_ad”).lazyLoadAd(threshold:0,forceLoad:false,onLoad:false,onComplete:false,timeout:1500,debug:false,xray:false);catch(exception)console.log(“error loading …

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Fortnite is an Xbox One game you need to keep an eye on

Long in the making, Epic Games’ upcoming action game Fortnite is finally coming to Xbox One and PC this July. Not only did we play it and have an incredible time at E3, we learned lots of details about how this one will take full advantage of the Xbox One X’s horsepower. Built over more than a fortnight Fortnite comes from Polish developer People Can Fly (which also developed Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition) and Epic …

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Destiny 2 beta start times for PS4, Xbox One, PC and pre-orders

Destiny 2 offers players on all platforms a chance to try out the second shared-worlds shooter – and incidentally test Bungie’s network infrastructure. The Destiny 2 beta kicks off on PS4 and Xbox One in July. Activision Blizzard sent along the time and dates for the Destiny 2 beta during E3 2017, so we have all the details you’re after well in advance. When you can begin playing the Destiny 2 beta depends on platform …

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World of Tanks 4K Screenshots Captured on Xbox One X

On November 7, Microsoft wants to bring their first real 4K console on the market. Several publishers, including Ubisoft, Bethesda and Electronic Arts, have pledged their support of the Xbox One X with special versions of their upcoming games. Also, the online gaming giant, Wargaming, is on board and will bring out World of Tanks 4K (native resolution) to the console. For this occasion, Wargaming shared the firs three 4K first screenshots of the game …

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Specs, release date, price and latest pre-order details

Everything you need to know about the Xbox One X At Microsoft’s E3 briefing, the company revealed a load of new information about the Artist Formerly Known as Project Scorpio – now the Xbox One X. Here’s everything we now know about the 4K UHD mini-monster of a console, includings its specs, release price, and how to pre-order it today. The year’s biggest gaming event, E3 2017, certainly didn’t disappoint, with this year’s gathering treating …

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Games preview: Crackdown 3 is the Xbox One X’s big launch game

Crackdown 3 (XO) – the right choice for the Xbox One X launch? The first console game to use cloud computing is finally nearing release, but is this the sequel Crackdown fans have been waiting for? Crackdown 3 is a game with an unusual amount of weight on its shoulders. For starters, it’s a sequel to one of the most beloved Xbox 360 exclusives, that has to make up for the disappointment of Crackdown 2. …

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The Game Retro Jason Patch Delayed For Xbox One

The Xbox One has been running into a plethora of issues regarding Friday The 13th: The Game. A few days ago Illfonic and Gun Media released a video thanking fans for their continued support of the game despite the constant bugs and other issues that have plagued the game since launch. A new update was released today that gives players 13,000 credits, two new outfits per counselor (extra Chad costumes!), and a new, but old, …

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Download the first level of ‘Hitman’ for free on PS4, Xbox One and PC – BGR

Hitman, one of our favorite games of 2016, just had its first level released for free on PS4, Xbox One and PC. This announcement comes just days after the game’s developer, Io-Interactive, split with publisher Square Enix, becoming completely independent and taking control of the rights to the Hitman IP. “I’m proud to announce that our first hello as an independent studio is to invite all gamers to play the beginning of HITMAN for free,” says …

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PS4 news – Sony eyeing major PS4 Pro v Xbox One X console war? | Gaming | Entertainment

The gaming giant have laid down the gauntlet to their big rival, saying they are looking forward to selling “a lot” of PS4 Pro units this Christmas. Sony’s Jim Ryan revealed the Tokyo-based firm had underestimated the demand for the PS4 Pro and said it has largely been out of stock since launch. Speaking to GIBiz, he said: “It is only now that it is starting to come back into free supply, and only now …

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Smite update – Xbox One X 4K support REVEALED, patch notes 4.11 and Code of Chivalry | Gaming | Entertainment

HI-REZ STUDIO Smite will get 4K support on Xbox One X from day one Smite will also run at a crisp 60 FPS on the Xbox One X and will be available to download on day one, developers Hi-Rez Studio revealed. They released footage of the game running on an “Xbox One X dev kit” on their official YouTube channel. Hi-Rez Studio also revealed their other free-to-play game Paladins, which is currently in the beta …

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Hands-on with Crackdown 3 for Xbox One: Explosions, black holes, and beach balls

Having never played a Crackdown game before, we went into our hands-on session with Crackdown 3 at E3 2017 with a completely blank slate and came away believers. This is why. I’d never experienced the joy of agility orbs, the ridiculous fun of throwing trucks into orbit, or punching random dudes across the map, so I had no idea what I was in for with Crackdown 3. I felt like the E3 2017 trailer with …

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Latest Xbox One Backwards Compatibility update is NOT what fans wanted | Gaming | Entertainment

The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games list has lost one of its titles. In an update that nobody wanted, Xbox Live Arcade release Poker Smash is no longer playable on Xbox One. Fans can still play the game on Xbox 360, where Achievements and saves will be transferred over. After removing the game last week, Microsoft has told fans how to claim refunds and pick up a free copy of Hexic 2. In a Microsoft …

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Xbox One X games – Bad news for fans of THIS Microsoft blockbuster | Gaming | Entertainment

Xbox One X will be without one of Microsoft’s flagship titles for quite some time. It’s bad news for Halo fans, who have been told by 343 Industries that Halo 6 won’t be announced any time soon. “While there’s little to nothing that can be said on that front, it’s been made clear that we won’t be talking about Halo’s next major title for quite some time,” reads a 343 Industries blog post. “And no, …

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Hitman FREE – First episode of game free on PS4, Xbox One and PC | Gaming | Entertainment

The first location in the IO Interactive game, the Playground, features two story missions, two Escalation contracts and more than 40 challengers.  Hitman is completely free to play on the PS4, Xbox One and PC from today and is NOT a limited-time offer.  The first episode will be free to download from 5pm BST today, or if you’re in other European countries 6pm CEST. If you choose to buy the full game your save data …

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Super Lucky’s Tale hits 4K 60fps on Xbox One X • Eurogamer.net

One of many Xbox One console exclusives announced at E3 2017, Playful’s Super Lucky’s Tale was one of the few titles at the show we can confirm running on Xbox One X hardware. It’s targeting native 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, it’s running on the Unity engine and it’s a complete, standalone sequel to an Oculus Rift exclusive. Consider us intrigued. We rather liked the original Lucky’s Tale – it was an attempt …

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