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Digital Foundry: the best 2017 4K TVs for HDR gaming


By David Bierton Published 20/08/2017 Choosing a 4K TV for gaming can be difficult, especially if you’re looking for an effective HDR presentation. Differences in peak brightness, colour gamut, and backlight dimming implementations all have a dramatic impact on picture quality, and finding the best display at different price-points is …

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Sony apparently "won't allow" Ark: Survival Evolved PS4-Xbox One cross-play


Popular multiplayer dinosaur survival (isn’t that an oxymoron?) game Ark: Survival Evolved cannot let PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players play together because Sony apparently “won’t allow it”. Ark’s Jeremy Stieglitz – co-founder of developer Wildcard as well as lead designer, programmer and co-creative director of the game – wrote …

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The Lost Legacy is Uncharted meets MGS5 – and it works


Just a little over one year after the release of Uncharted 4, Naughty Dog has returned with a new, slimmer entry in the franchise. With a change in protagonist and a new location, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy offers a taste of both old and new. Nathan Drake’s globe-trotting adventures are …

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Spintires: MudRunner edition headed to PC and consoles


All-terrain driving sim Spintires is getting a new version for PC and will also launch on console for the first time. Owners of the original Spintires will have to buy this new version, dubbed Spintires: MudRunner, separately, albeit at a discount. A console version of Spintires has felt likely for …

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Splatoon 2 sales overtake Crash Bandicoot in the US


Splatoon 2 may have come in second in the UK sales charts behind Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, but in the US that order was flipped for the month of July. These figures come according to analyst group NPD, and it’s worth noting that these are calculated based on dollars sales. …

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Observer review


Bloober Team’s Layers of Fear gave you a 19th century mansion in a state of continual, terrible reassembly, its furnishings switching places behind your back, its rooms expanding and contracting like the chambers of a heart. Observer gives you an entire apartment block, lifted from contemporary Krakow and teleported into …

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Why the spirit of Flash gaming must never die


By Edwin Evans-Thirlwell Published 18/08/2017 From around 2009 to 2011 I edited a Flash gaming blog called Flytrap for AOL. A belated effort to expand the company’s then-considerable downloadable games business, Flytrap was a tawdry, clumsy little thing, all celebrity plugs and clunky-to-implement gallery modules plus the odd dollop of …

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