#1  RTX 4090 AIB Prices From Overclockers

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#2  White series X shown in logitech ad do you think itÂ’s real or fake

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@games      By acegutta22      16 hours ago

A white Xbox Series X has been spotted in a new Logitech advert, but it's unclear if it's an official colorway.
The console, spotted by VGC, is seen in the background of an advert for the Astro A30 wireless headset but has not been promoted anywhere else.

The scene itself depicts several consoles and peripherals placed on shelvesÂ… but itÂ’s unclear whether this is a real, upcoming version of the console or simply a custom version made for this advert.
Other than special editions, such as the Halo Infinite Xbox Series X, the Series X has only been available in black since its launch in November 2020.

However, the white (or two-tone) style of the recently released Xbox Elite Series 2 Core controller may well hint that a white Xbox is comingÂ… or it just looks the part whether youÂ’re playing on Xbox Series X or S. Either way, the appearance of a white console in the new Logitech advert is intriguing.

We've reached out to Microsoft for further information.

The new Xbox Elite Series 2 Core edition launched alongside the Xbox Series X|S September update, which added a new feature for this controller. You can now change the color of the Xbox logo, as well as alter hue and saturation.

Elsewhere, LogitechÂ’s Steam Deck rival, the Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld will launch this October and costs just $349.

The G Cloud Gaming Handheld uses Android 11 and comes with Google Play Store pre-installed. Marketed as the first dedicated cloud gaming handheld, the console is capable of using Xbox Cloud Gaming and GeForce Now, and can also install additional apps via the Google Play Store, including remote play and video streaming apps.

Want to read more about the Xbox Series X|S? Check out the new Xbox September Update as well as details on its new noise suppression feature.

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#3 EA's Iron Man Game Will Tell a "New Story" For Tony Stark

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@games      By Waddup Doe      22 hours ago

EA's upcoming Iron Man game will tell a new story for Tony Stark. It's pretty hard to offer a fresh new take on major superheroes given they've been around for decades, have seen numerous authors create new stories around them, and been adapted for the big screen. That's not to say there isn't any originality or new takes, but it's hard to find a new angle while still retaining the core pieces of some of these characters. With that said, games like Marvel's Spider-Man have proven it can be done with flying colors. That's a character that has been adapted countless times, yet Insomniac's take felt new and managed to be one of Spidey's best outings.

EA is looking to do something similar for its newly announced Iron Man game. In an interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Iron Man video game executive producer Oliver Proulx stated that Marvel is pushing EA Motive to tell a new story for the Marvel hero and make it its own. In the interview, Marvel Games creative director Bill Rosemann noted how it wants to give developers the freedom they want to tell the stories they want to tell, even if that means doing something drastic like blowing up the moon

But [Marvel is] also really pushing us to make this Motive's version of Iron Man," said Proulx. "What is the new story that we can tell with Tony Stark? That is incredibly empowering for the team. It's very much about collaboration and working together on a weekly basis, pushing ideas, challenging each otherÂ… it's a great experience."

As of right now, it will likely be a while before we see what the Iron Man game even looks like. It's also not the only Marvel game EA is working on. The publisher confirmed it has multiple Marvel video games in the works, but it's likely those are even further out than Iron Man. Either way, it sounds like studios are really going to deliver on some superhero wish fulfillment.

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#4 Marvel styling on dc

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#5 nightmare feud but cool: bosses spitting bars after k*lling you!

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@games      By rapchampion4      22 hours ago

this sh*t is scary as fu*k. but man its hilarous the way they rap after they k*lled you.

dramatizing sh*t. i would be so scared and nightmares if i played this as a child.

i am a scared cat when it comes to video game deaths adn game over music.

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#6 Xbox Launches “Project Amplify” to Support Black Youth Interested in Gaming Industry Caree

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@games      By Waddup Doe      22 hours ago

A recent survey from HBCU Connect, commissioned by Microsoft, determined that out of 200 respondents, approximately 95% of college students and alumni from HBCUs across the country shared that they have interest in a career in the gaming industry, with 34% of respondents stating that they were specifically interested in Program Management roles, 24% interested in Engineering roles and 18% interested in Gaming Development roles. This week marks National Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Week in the United States, which occurs annually in September, an initiative led by the White House Initiative on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence and Economic Opportunity through Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), to recognize these institutionsÂ’ contributions to the U.S and to commemorate HBCUsÂ’ impact on American Culture.

Gaming is a leading form of entertainment, but to date – only 2% of professionals in the video game industry are Black compared with 13% of the U.S. population. In partnership with members of the Black Communities at Xbox, Xbox is looking to uplevel that statistic and close this gap by promoting pipelines for Black people and youth across the gaming industry. Introducing: Project Amplify – a video series that aims to magnify Black voices within Xbox to inspire, educate and motivate youth across the U.S. to aspire towards careers in the gaming industry through real-life storytelling from Black leaders and employees across the Xbox ecosystem.

Project Amplify features fourteen Black employees from across Xbox as they each share advice, insights into their current roles, and highlights from their time within the gaming industry. This video series is meant to educate youth on the diversity of roles within the gaming industry, while highlighting some of the Black people who are working in those roles, daily. On behalf of the Black Communities at Xbox, co-leads shared their personal stories in the video series, of their journey into the gaming industry inclusive of:


Growing up I didn’t have much of a vision for what my career would be. I decided to go to college because I thought it was a way to ‘get a good job’ and escape poverty, but even as a freshman Computer Science major, I still had a very shallow knowledge of the opportunities that the tech industry presented me. Throughout my college experience and with internships, I learned more about how big the world is – how many companies, careers, and pathways exist for you to find or create a job that you love. I want more people to know that they have options, nothing is impossible or out of reach for them and encourage those to start chasing their passions early.” – Q Muhaimin, Product Manager.

“In my early years I was more focused on what not to do versus what I could be. It wasn’t until my adult years that I learned to leverage my passion for games into a career. I am now incredibly thankful to be celebrating 10+ years in my dream career and I hope Project Amplify inspires people to dream and take action toward their own goals. As my coaches & mentors would say, “play to win instead of playing to not lose.” – James Lewis, Senior Business Development Manager
To launch this initiative, Xbox is partnering with the 2022 Revolt Summit x AT&T for a 2-day event (September 24-25) to reach students and gaming enthusiasts through on-site industry panels and networking opportunities with members of the Black Communities at Xbox.

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#7 What do u gamers feel about this joint?

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@games      By JarlesBronson      22 hours ago

I don't post in here often but I read an article that persuaded me to ask

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#8 Absolutely Absurd RTX 40 Video Cards: Every 4080 & 4090 Announced So Far

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@games      By CrAkKedOuT      22 hours ago

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#9  Breaking: BX Member Who Hacked Rockstar And Leaked GTA6 Arrested👀👮🕵️

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#10 Spiderman Miles Morales PC Preview, Fall 2022 Release Date will stick.

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#11 most underrated and underappircated super mario game of all time.

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@games      By rapchampion4      22 hours ago

why n*ggas and white boy and asian gamers and game fanatics and folks never mention this game when talking about the best super mario games of all time.

this is low key the 3rd best 2D mario game of all time. outside of super mario bros 3 and super mario world.

top 5 best mario games of all time.

Donkey Kong (Game Boy) Playthrough - NintendoComplete

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#12  Before God Of War, There WasÂ…

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@games      By PackerTrelli3      22 hours ago

Did anyone else play this game? It was aight. One of the first PS2 games I had, and thereÂ’s no way GOW didnÂ’t get any ideas from this lol

GOW became a monster of a series tho!!!

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#13  Slime Rancher 2 sells 100K in 6 hours (Gamepass)

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#14 deathloop Runs Better on Xbox Series X than the PS5, Series S has been Treated Well

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@games      By Waddup Doe      1 day ago

After a year of console exclusivity on the PS5, deathloop has arrived on the Xbox Series X/S, so how does this Microsoft-owned IP run on the companyÂ’s own consoles? According to a performance analysis from IGN, Xbox Series X owners who have waited their turn are indeed getting the superior version of the game, and even the Xbox Series S has been treated well. You can check out the full analysis yourself, provided you have around 15 minutes to spare.

Both the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions of deathloop offer up the exact same visual modes -- Performance (dynamic 4K, 60fps), Visual Quality (dynamic 4K, 60fps), Ray Tracing (dynamic 4K, 30fps, ray tracing), and Ultra Performance (locked 1080p, 120fps, and VRR). In modes with dynamic 4K, the resolution can drop to around 1800p on both systems, but not much below. There is also an issue where proper sharpening filters havenÂ’t been applied in Ray Tracing mode on PS5, making itÂ’s dynamic image look ever-so-slightly blurrier than on XSX. That said, overall, image quality is largely identical on the PS5 and XSX.

So, how about performance? Well, Ray Tracing and Performance modes are basically a match, with both PS5 and Xbox Series X delivering a solid 30fps in the first mode and 60fps in the latter. That said, XSX has the advantage in Quality Mode, where it often pulls ahead of PS5 by 5 to 15fps. This advantage is even greater in the 120fps Ultra Performance mode, where the Xbox Series X can sometimes lead by as much as 30fps. That said, Xbox Series X isnÂ’t perfect in either mode, dropping into the high 40s in Quality Mode and the 100fps range in Ultra Performance mode itself.

As for the Xbox Series S, the news is refreshingly good compared to a lot of other recent releases, which often seem to neglect MicrosoftÂ’s less capable console. The Series S only gets Quality and Performance modes, but both run consistently at 60fps, with Quality only dropping 1 or 2 frames at most.

deathloop is available now on PC, Xbox Series X/S, and PS5.

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#15  Unpopular games you enjoyed playing

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@games      By Hoggystyle      2 days ago

ppl started seeing re going away from the survival horror to more action based game with this and re5 but sh*t was a blast to play co op with and had decent multiplayer modes aswell

Majority of bf fans didnÂ’t like this sh*t but I found it fun

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#16  Rockstar is now officially on their bullsh-t.

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@games      By THExTAKEOVER      2 days ago

Rockstar Gets Revenge On 'GTA 6' Leak By k*lling 'GTA 4' Definitive Edition

the source code for GTA VI fell into the hands of a hacker who is threatening to do some dumb villain stuff with it. We expected the company would take this situation seriously, but also in a smart manner. Sadly, Rockstar seems to have adopted an aggressive stance towards all kinds of modders as they have just nuked a popular GTA mod.


Interestingly, the reason why we don't have more remastered content coming from Rockstar is, you guessed it, the company's pettiness towards the bad response they got to the original Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. Yeah, Rockstar had their own GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption remasters in the pipeline but they canceled them because people dared point out that the trilogy remasters weren't in good shape.

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#17 GPD sh-ts on the Steamdeck with the Win 4(16 GB RAM/1 TB SSD/larger battery/thunderbolt)

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@games      By Mystic97      2 days ago

GPD Win 4: Company boasts that new console is 'better than Steam Deck' in launch date and specifications announcement

GPD has confirmed all specifications for the Win 4, its Radeon 680M and Ryzen 7 6800U-powered gaming handheld. Not only has the company outlined the Win 4's specifications, but it has also announced its launch date. For some reason, GPD keeps gunning for the Valve Steam Deck too.

GPD has now shared all technical specifications for the Win 4, a device that it has been teasing for a week or so on social media. While pricing remains a mystery, One-netbook has shared how much the similarly-equipped ONEXPLAYER mini Pro will cost in the US. Hence, we doubt that the GPD Win 4 will retail for less than US$1,000, particularly as it comes with at least 1 TB of storage and 16 GB of RAM.

As for the Win 4, GPD claims that the device will support Windows 11 Home (64-bit), as well as Steam OS. As expected, the handheld has a 6-inch IPS display operating at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels with DC dimming support. For reference, the display is a native landscape panel, is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and can run at 40 Hz or 60 Hz. Incidentally, the 368 PPI panel is powered by the Radeon 680M and Ryzen 7 6800U, plus LPDDR5-6400 RAM, a PCIe Gen 4.0 x4 SSD and a 45.62 Wh battery.

Bizarrely, GPD continues to pit the Win 4 against the Steam Deck, not the Win 3 or any other Ryzen 7 6800U-powered gaming handhelds. Instead, the company has created a comparison table on its website in which it outlines all the ways the Win 4 outperforms the Steam Deck. Specifically, GPD stresses that the Win 4 has a smaller footprint than the Steam Deck, while delivering superior Geekbench 5 benchmark scores and offering more RAM, storage and a larger battery.

Setting that aside, GPD has announced that the Win 4 will launch in December, presumably through an Indiegogo campaign. Based on GPD's technical specifications, the Win 4 will arrive in at least three memory configurations, possibly four:

16 GB of RAM/1 TB SSD
16 GB of RAM/2 TB SSD
32 GB of RAM/1 TB SSD
32 GB of RAM/2 TB SSD

Supposedly twice as powerful

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#18 what classic video game company would you like for microsoft to own and make sequels?

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@games      By classicrap1      2 days ago

since microsoft is going broke spending billions buying gaming stuidos and companies and they not releasing sequels,remastered or classic too.

I personally think if they have billions ot spend on buying top notch gaming companies.

2. they should have enough money to buy classic 80s,90s and 2000s ip for cheap nad released remastered and sequels too.

3. street of rage 4 was a forgotten classic. and its sequel sold 4 million.

2 million sells x 20 dollars a download = 20 million off of one game.

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i am going to names some rare video game companies that i grew up on that most of yaw do not know about. so alot of yaw might be mad.

1. List of games by Midway Games

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games that needs a sequel.

2. treasure

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Gunstar Heroes
Dynamite Headdy
Guardian Heroes
Alien Soldier
Sin and Punishment
Sin & Punishment: Star Successor
Gaist Crusher

3. Irem

List of Irem games

Ninja Baseball Bat Man

4. hudson soft

bloody roar

DreamMix TV World f*ghters -

Bonk's Adventure

wonder boy series

Wonder Boy in Monster World

advenutre island

mega bomber man

ninja game

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (video game)

SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron

Kishin Douji Zenki: Batoru Raiden

rare japense gme that looks like a ps1 game.


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#19 Microsoft backtracks on controversial DRM scheme for Xbox game discs

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@games      By Waddup Doe      2 days ago

The "vast majority" of Xbox One game discs no longer need an active internet connection to install on Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One consoles, Microsoft has confirmed.

Since the launch of Xbox One in 2013, Microsoft has required that game discs "phone home" to online servers to complete game installation.

This DRM (Digital Rights Management) scheme has been controversial to say the least as it has made even single-player disc games impossible to install in offline situations at home or, for example, a holiday home without a broadband connection.

Microsoft has finally acknowledged that its DRM scheme went one step too far and the company is now backtracking. It is a win for consumers and game preservation in general as most Xbox game discs will now work even in the unlikely scenario that Xbox goes out of business.

- "Yes, this is true since the 2206 update. We examined data since Series X|S launch & determined the online compatibility check isn't needed in the vast majority of cases for Xbox One discs. Some games may still need to be updated online after install to ensure the best experience," said Eden Marie, Engineering Lead at Xbox.

The system update required is actually version 2208 (link to Xbox support) and it is available now for both Xbox One and Xbox Series consoles.

Xbox wanted even stricter DRM
In 2013, Microsoft wanted to implement an even stricter DRM scheme that would effectively make it impossible to lend, share, and resell Xbox game discs. The company dropped those plans after gamer outcry and instead landed on the less strict DRM scheme that the company is now abandoning.

Game discs that still require an internet connection include discs where the full game is not stored on the disc due to storage limitations or a game developer's day-one patch. Single-player games downloaded via Xbox Game Pass also still require an internet connection to verify that you have an active subscription plan. In addition, game discs for the original Xbox and Xbox 360 require an internet connection to install on Xbox One and Series consoles as the data on the discs "cannot be used directly".

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#20  This Slow Internet or Server Issues? MW2 BETA

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