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Nintendo announces Nvidia-powered Switch hybrid game console

The long wait for details on Nintendo’s next console is finally over. The upcoming Switch (previously known as the Nintendo NX) was officially announced today with a three-minute gameplay video that focused on the system’s portability, upcoming game library, and ...

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Future Samsung TVs will include Steam Link streaming game support

Game streaming has been a major focus for multiple companies over the past few years, with new devices (or new capabilities for existing hardware) arriving from Microsoft, Nvidia, Sony, and Valve. Companies like Samsung, which lack any kind of game ...

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How to watch Stanford vs. Washington State: Live stream, game time, TV

No. 15 Stanford (3–1) hosts Washington State (2–2) in Palo Alto on Sunday in a Pac-12 matchup. The Cardinal remains formidable, but took a 44–6 thrashing from Washington last week and needs a bounce-back game here. Do-it-all running back Christian ...

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Indiana State player kneels during national anthem before game vs. Minnesota

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Pokemon Go shed 10 million users in the past month; is the game a short-lived fad?

When Pokémon Go launched, it exploded into a worldwide phenomenon in short order. Massive downloads, huge amounts of user engagement, parties — for a brief period of time, it looked as if the new game might single-handedly revolutionize mobile gaming. ...

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Quantum Break may no longer receive new Windows Store patches as game moves to Steam

Quantum Break’s troubled PC launch on the Windows 10 Store may not have been Gears of War Ultimate Edition-levels of bad, but it was far from ideal. A massive 27GB patch in May alleviated some problems, but feedback from sites ...

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A slim PS4 might show up at the Tokyo Game Show

The PS4K, also known as the PlayStation Neo, has been widely discussed for months now, and Sony has even quietly confirmed that it’s in the works. But what about a simple mid-cycle PS4 redesign along the lines of the Xbox ...

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Hadean Lands is the new Infocom game you’ve always wanted

We don’t usually do straight game news on ExtremeTech, but I’m going to take a risk with a post about one that harkens back to a time many ET readers may remember: the heyday of interactive fiction, from companies like Infocom and ...

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DOOMed: id Software mostly nails what made the original game so much fun

We didn’t expect much from the 2016 version of Doom. The last iteration of the game, which shipped in 2004, felt like a hackneyed cross between System Shock 2 and an early 1990s shooter. The new Doom (originally Doom 4) ...

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Islanders win Game 1, take home ice back from Panthers

Eliot J. Schechter/NHLI via Getty Images John Tavares (r.) celebrates his goal with teammate Frans Nielsen as the Islanders edge the Panthers 5-4 in Game 1 of the first round of their Stanley Cup playoffs series. SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — ...

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