Twitch Streamer JustaMinx Banned 3 Times in 1 Month on TikTok

Popular streamer JustaMinx gets banned once again on TikTok due to mass reports, resulting in the creator criticizing the social media platform. Usually, viewers of popular streamers on Twitch expect their favorite content creators to end up with a ban on the streaming platform. Due to Twitch’s sometimes controversial policies against things like nudity and…

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Sony announces new PlayStation Plus subscriptions, its answer to Xbox Game Pass

Sony is announcing new versions of its PlayStation Plus subscriptions today, its long-rumored answer to Xbox Game Pass. PlayStation Plus is now a combination of Sony’s two current subscription services, PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now. Two new PlayStation Plus subscription options will include access to multiplayer gaming alongside a catalog of select PlayStation games to…

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Why do Mortal Kombat 3 players still insist on keyboard controls 27 years later?

David Craddock, producer on the FPS Documentary and the author of previous video game history books like Dungeon Hacks and the Stay Awhile and Listen series about Blizzard, has launched a Kickstarter for a new series of videogame history books: Long Live Mortal Kombat. Craddock is compiling interviews with developers who worked on the classic…

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PS Plus Free Games for April 2022 Have Leaked Online

Ahead of its anticipated reveal on March 30, the PS Plus free games for April 2022 leak online from a reliable source. With console players having to pay for their online services, Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo have to ensure that players feel as if they are getting their money’s worth. Whether or not they always…

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Microsoft starts testing Minecraft ray tracing on Xbox

Microsoft has started testing ray tracing support for Minecraft on Xbox Series X / S consoles. A new Minecraft Preview build is available to Xbox Insiders, and it includes limited ray tracing support. The latest test build is also marked as optimized for Xbox Series X / S, suggesting that a next-gen patch is coming…

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Speak friend and this RPi box will reveal its precious treasures

Durin’s box, designed and built by John Pender on Hackaday, is a prime example of the supreme nostalgia a Raspberry Pi project can invoke. Built around a Pi Zero, it uses solenoids, capacitive switches, RGB LEDs, a microphone  and a voice recognition solution to remind us of the moonlit magic of Dwarves, and just how…

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Preview Shows Minecraft Running on Xbox Series With Ray Tracing

Minecraft is not exactly known for its stunning visuals, which is partly what makes the game so appealing, but its graphics are still being improved. These days, video game visuals are about more than just how well the developers can create detailed and believable worlds. Algorithms also play an increasingly vital role. With ray tracing…

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Mirror’s Edge is still the undisputed queen of parkour

Reinstall This article first appeared in PC Gamer magazine issue 363 in November 2022, as part of our ‘Reinstall’ series. Every month we load up a beloved classic—and find out whether it holds up to our modern gaming sensibilities. You don’t often think about running in games, do you? Hold W to go forwards, maybe…

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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Players Call for Cosmetic Loot Quality of Life Change

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is the latest game in the popular Borderlands franchise. Like Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is not a mainline game in the franchise, acting more as a spin-off and evolution of the ideas brought about in the Assault on Dragon Keep DLC for Borderlands 2. The latest first-person shooter from Gearbox…

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Intel officially enters the discrete GPU game with Arc on Wednesday

Intel is poised to showcase its new Arc laptop GPUs on a live stream this Wednesday to coincide with its launch. This would be the first time since an Intel investors’ event since we’ve heard any official word of these new GPUs.  A tweet from Intel confirms that we should expect to see some “OEM…

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