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Getting Crushed In Destiny 2 PvP? A Fix Is Coming

Bungie is not completely satisfied with the state of Destiny 2‘s PvP. In Bungie’s latest weekly blog post, the developer said while the Quickly Crucible playlist is “working as we had hoped,” the Competitive playlist is running into some issues. Specifically, it’s a matter of unfair matches happening too often. “Too many players are getting stomped by opponents who grossly outmatch them,” Bungie said. Indeed, in my own sessions, I’ve been on both sides of the equation–and neither is very fun. So it’s nice to hear Bungie is making a ...

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Gas prices: The Harvey news is getting worse

Harvey brings ‘hell’ to Texas residents Tropical Storm Harvey is knocking even more Gulf Coast refineries offline, raising the risk of higher gasoline prices in the coming days. Prices at the pump haven’t budged much — yet. National average gasoline prices have climbed barely 3% over the past week, to $ 2.40 a gallon for regular,according to AAA. But gasoline futures, which reflect wholesale prices and eventually trickle down to consumers, have started to spike again. Gas futures soared 7% on Wednesday after extreme flooding forced the shutdown of the ...

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Pokemon Gold And Silver Getting Boxed 3DS Release In Europe And Japan

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon aren’t the only Pokemon games coming to 3DS this fall. Next month, the series’ second generation installments, Pokemon Gold and Silver, will launch as Virtual Console titles in the 3DS Eshop, and players in Europe will have a chance to pick up boxed versions of them in stores. Nintendo announced on Twitter today that packaged versions of the classic Pokemon games will release the same day they arrive in the Eshop, September 22. These will contain a download code for their respective title, and ...

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Halo 5 Getting Major Warzone Changes

Halo 5 developer 343 Industries continues to support the 2015 Xbox One shooter. In this week’s Halo blog post, 343 announced that it is planning a major-sounding update for Halo 5’s large-scale Warzone mode. 343 lead multiplayer designer Lawrence Metten said there have been too many lopsided Warzone matches, so the team is going to make some big changes to make for a more balanced experience. “Over time, the Warzone battlefield has changed as players have become more and more skilled at the game mode. However, not all of these ...

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The ISS is Getting the Most Powerful Computer Ever Sent to Space

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. When SpaceX’s next mission launches on August 14, it won’t just be carrying supplies to the International Space Station (ISS). NASA has partnered with HP to perform a long-term experiment on how high-end, modern computers will perform in space compared with on Earth. Space, as you may or may not know, is absolutely murder on electronics. Cosmic rays are sufficiently plentiful that astronauts since the 1960s have reported seeing flashes of light when their eyes ...

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One Year After Launch, No Man’s Sky Getting Third Major Update

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. When No Man’s Sky launched last year it flew into a buzzsaw of criticism. The game’s lead designer and studio head, Sean Murray, lied about what the final game would look like and, in the process, created an enormous amount of user expectation that the game didn’t even come close to fulfilling. Over the last year, Hello Games has worked to repair the damage it did to its own reputation by cranking out updates and ...

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One Year After Launch, No Man’s Sky Getting Third Major Update

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. When No Man’s Sky launched last year it flew into a buzzsaw of criticism. The game’s lead designer and studio head, Sean Murray, lied about what the final game would look like and, in the process, created an enormous amount of user expectation that the game didn’t even come close to fulfilling. Over the last year, Hello Games has worked to repair the damage it did to its own reputation by cranking out updates and ...

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One Year After Launch, No Man’s Sky Getting Third Major Update

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. When No Man’s Sky launched last year it flew into a buzzsaw of criticism. The game’s lead designer and studio head, Sean Murray, lied about what the final game would look like and, in the process, created an enormous amount of user expectation that the game didn’t even come close to fulfilling. Over the last year, Hello Games has worked to repair the damage it did to its own reputation by cranking out updates and ...

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Two Years Later, Halo 5 Still Getting More Updates

Developer 343 Industries has supported Halo 5: Guardians with regular and substantial updates since the game’s release in October 2015. While the game is no longer receiving major expansions, that doesn’t mean 343 is finished supporting the title. In its latest weekly blog post, 343 said, “Even as we’re nearing two years since release, the team is far from done.” Right now, 343 is working on a 4K update for Halo 5 on Xbox One X. 343 teased in the blog post, “From the early glimpses I’ve seen, it is ...

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Xbox One Getting “Rhythm-Violence” Game Thumper Very Soon

Thumper is an awesome “rhythm-violence” game that originally launched for PS4, PSVR, and PC in October last year. It later came to Oculus Rift, Steam VR, and Nintendo Switch, and it’s now coming to Xbox One. The game will launch for Microsoft’s console on August 18, developer Drool announced today. Pricing has not been revealed for the platform, but the indie title usually costs US $ 20 / £16 / AU $ 30 on the PlayStation Store, and it’s likely Xbox One pricing will be in line with that. The ...

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