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All items in Tribes: Ascend now require only half the XP to unlock

David Smothers January 24, 2013

Tribes: Ascend is one of the best examples of ‘free to play’, and now all items in the game cost only half XP (experience points). Tribes is an online multiplayer first person shooter. It’s incredibly fast and exhilarating: as as well as guns, you come equipped with skis and a jet-pack. This makes for a fantastically fluid… Continue Reading »

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5 things you didn’t know about the next ‘Tomb Raider’

David Smothers January 19, 2013

With more than 30 million games sold since it debuted in 1996, Tomb Raider has become one of the most successful video game series in history — not to mention the movies, books, action figures and other merchandise it also has spawned. Many fans of the franchise are eagerly awaiting the next video game installment, simply titled Tomb… Continue Reading »

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Microsoft Is Finally Bringing XBLA Games to Windows 8 and RT

David Smothers January 16, 2013

This has been a long time coming. Microsoft Play just added 15 Xbox Live Arcade games to Windows 8 and RT through the Windows Store. And it’s about time. When the Windows Store launched, its ability to unify games across computers made it seem like a natural fit for XBLA titles. But the fragmentation between Microsoft’s various… Continue Reading »

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Asus Claims the Title of World’s Smallest Wi-Fi Router

David Smothers January 11, 2013

Amongst all of its Windows 8 PCs and tablet announcements at CES, Asus also quietly revealed what it’s boasting as the world’s smallest Wi-Fi router. And with a form factor only slightly larger than a well-equipped flash drive, the WL-330NUL Pocket Router is the perfect accessory for minimalist road warriors. Weighing in at just 25… Continue Reading »

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Microsoft’s Sinofsky says Windows 8 PCs can undercut Apple’s ‘recreational’ iPad mini

David Smothers January 9, 2013

It just wouldn’t be a major Apple launch if there wasn’t a Microsoft executive calling out his old rival, would it? In a chat with AllThingsD, Windows division lead Steven Sinofsky has expressed doubts that Apple’s iPad mini is really a cost-effective pick against the just-launched Windows 8. It’s a $329 “recreational tablet” when there are work-ready Windows 8… Continue Reading »

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