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I’m ashamed it took me so long to try the Yakuza series

If you care about storytelling and world-building in video games, you owe it to yourself to give the Yakuza series a shot—especially now that they've started arriving on PC.

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EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti XC Ultra review: Laser-focused on all-around great performance

The EVGA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti XC Ultra strips out fancy extras to focus purely on great performance in all functional areas.

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Devil May Cry 5 review: Satisfying, slick, and stylish

Devil May Cry 5 is a game that delights in setting the bar high up front and then continually one-upping itself with ever-more-ludicrous cutscenes and some of the most stylish combat in the business.

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Acer Predator Helios 300: We review the bestselling gaming laptop on Amazon

Acer's Predator Helios 300 is currently the bestselling gaming laptop on Amazon. With an 8th-gen Core i7, GeForce GTX 1060, and 144Hz screen, it's easy to see why. We delve into those and other details.

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Globesweeper review: February's most addictive game is a modernized take on Minesweeper

There's so much work to be done but I just can't stop playing Globesweeper, a spherical take on Minesweeper.

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Gamevice review: A good iPhone game controller, but not for Fortnite

You need to press hard to use the Gamevice's trigger buttons, and that's of little use in frantic gaming battles.

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Anthem review: A great first impression and not much else

Anthem's first few hours are enticing, but it's not long before you realize BioWare's run out of cool toys to show off.

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Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1660 Ti review: GTX is back with a vengeance

Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1660 Ti is the best 1080p GPU you can buy, and Asus's versatile ROG Strix design makes it even better.

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Crackdown 3 review: Why?

Crackdown 3 feels like a game unstuck from time, a piece of 2007-era design that sneaked through into 2019, with middling results.

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Far Cry New Dawn review: A surprisingly satisfying refresh, with some lingering old problems

Far Cry New Dawn is the second series overhaul in as many years, with excellent results, but the story continues to underwhelm.

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Metro Exodus review: Finding humanity in a post-nuclear hellscape

Escaping the cramped corridors of the Moscow subway system, Metro Exodus comes full circle and embraces a S.T.A.L.K.E.R.-esque open-world where it's just you, a map, a gun, and a prayer. It's janky, sure, but we love it anyway.

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Radeon VII review: AMD's cutting-edge return to enthusiast gaming

AMD's Radeon VII is a fast, memory-rich graphics card loaded down with the latest technologies.

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Nvidia ShadowPlay review: The best gameplay recording option for GeForce graphics card owners

Nvidia's ShadowPlay is a great way to record your gameplay or broadcast it live to the world if you're running a GeForce graphics card.

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Plays review: Game capture made easy, and easily shareable

Plays is all about creating short clips and sharing them online, and the Plays desktop software makes that fun to do.

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Game Bar for Windows 10 review: A top gameplay capture performer, when you can see it

The Windows 10 Game Bar is a solid gameplay recording option with excellent performance, but its UI is flaky.

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Fraps Review: You could pay to capture gameplay videos, but why?

Fraps is a popular program for tracking framerates and benchmarking, but for video capture there are better options available for free.

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OBS Studio Review: The most powerful screen capture tool money can't buy

OBS Studio is a fantastic tool for capturing gameplay videos, but it's not for novices.

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MSI Afterburner video capture review: You can do better

Game capture on MSI's Afterburner has always been an afterthought, and it still shows.

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