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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Low population servers will join up with busier options
Rick gets hands-on with the long-in-development Kingdom Under Fire II.
Critics cry pay-to-win.
Third-party app access still disabled.
Engine finally drops DX9 support.
Falls short of a world record, though.
Despite sinking price.
Bungie keeps its IP this time around.
Sets up $25m fund.
Still an alpha, though.
No return to gaming planned.
Aims to resurrect long-deceased worlds.
Black Desert Online creator splashes the cash.
Picks Panic Button for the job.
Most of which doesn't yet exist.
Drops the 30-day ban to just three.
Will continue to support Eve Valkyrie.
Resource hunting, NPCs, open world and all.
Original six-month schedule a hindrance.
Even as Bungie delays its release.
1986's smash hit reborn.
'Meaningful features', says Eric Hirshberg.
The fantastic Scimitar RGB has been given some upgrades, and now we have the Pro version.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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