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Intel’s next-gen Alder Lake CPU launch is so close it’s leaking everywhere

Intel hasn’t unveiled the exact Intel Alder Lake release date, but it’s probably November 4. It’s soon enough that some PC builders have received their…

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Let’s Jump Into The Pit For One Last Stream

I began so much of my journey here with a love and affiliation for a lot of retro things, so it feels appropriate to play…

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Salut

Like Link so often does, it’s time for me to drift off into the wind. It’s staggering, even still, to be walking away from something…

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eBay AU is flogging heaps of Dell stuff for cheap, including a AU$600 360Hz monitor

Update, October 22: Dell eBay is offering the 360Hz Alienware 25 AW2521H for AU$599 again, which is a dramatic 50% off the RRP. This time…

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What Happens When AI Tries To Review A Video Game

It’s a comment I’ve seen hundreds of times, or variations of throughout my time here at Kotaku: internet complaints about the quality of reviews. “A…

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Inscryption review

Need to know What is it? Part deckbuilder, part puzzle room, part nightmare.Expect to pay: $18/£15Developer: Daniel Mullins GamesPublisher: Devolver DigitalReviewed on: Windows 10, Intel…

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