Tuesday, 21 February 2017
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Halo Wars 2: Learning to Blitz

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FanBolt writes: "Ive been having a blast over the past couple of weeks with Halo Wars 2. Ive greatly enjoyed the campaign and its incredible presentation that offers a fantastic story in the Halo universe. Ive also had fun with Blitz Firefight mode as a solo player responsible for surviving waves of enemy combatants. However, now that Halo Wars 2 has released into early access for those who purchased the Ultimate Edition, Ive been learning new ways to Blitz against human opponents."

Hyper Sentinel Blasts Back Onto Kickstarter Better Than Ever

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Dan Miller writes: "The scaling back of the target may imply a scaling back of ambition for Hyper Sentinel , but thats definitely not the case. PS4, Xbox One, android and Mac versions are already confirmed. (They were just stretch goals the first time round). Visually it looks even better this time round, and it wasnt exactly bad-looking originally."

Horizon: Zero Dawn & Breath Of The Wild Need To Be At Their Best

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Open world games are the new first-person shooter, at least in terms saturation. Used to show how powerful hardware is, open world games have become the go-to genre for many studios and publishers. At this point, weve had so many of them that theyve started to blur together.

All The Delicate Duplicates (PC) Review | Gamer Professionals

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From the outset, All The Delicate Duplicates sounds like just my type of game: weird, atmospheric, and narrative-heavy. While the visuals are strikingly abstract and intriguing, unfurling the narrative is a tedious chore. There is a definite Gone Home vibe, but with little to no actual gameplay over the 1-2 hours of its length, stifling environments, and sometimes game-ending glitches, All The Delicate Duplicates feels like it needs a reality check.

Review: Berserk and the Band of the Hawk PS4/Vita | Pure PlayStation

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Pure PlayStation: Howdy folks, welcome to another Pure PlayStation review. 2017 is in full swing now and the games are coming thick and fast. Were no stranger to games based on licensed anime franchises here and developer Omega Force are no strangers to taking on these properties and infusing them with their trademark Warriors gameplay. The latest classic series to get the treatment is Berserk, the manga serial by Kentaro Miura that has spawned two separate anime series and a trilogy of movies. The game is entitled Berserk and the Band of the Hawk for those of us in western territories and our reviewer has been going hands on all week to bring you his verdict. Does it capture the Golden Age or herald the coming of a Hawk of Darkness?

Everything we think we know about the LG G6

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Update, 2/21/17: This post has been updated with a press release from LG about the the new camera’s capabilities.
With Mobile World Congress just around the corner, everyone is going to be on the lookout for the hottest new Android phone. This year that won’t be Samsung’s , as the company has already announced that it won’t be bringing its flagship handset to Barcelona this year, so the attention will be squarely on LG and its G6.
Last year’s G5 made a splash for its quirky modular concept, but after disappointing sales (and an equally flat V20), LG will be looking to capitalize on Samsung’s absence with a major release that gives people a reason to buy one of its handsets again. And based on what we’re hearing, the new G6 might do just that.

Provacateur invited to conservative summit, then disinvited

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Some speech can be too provocative for conservatives, too. At least that’s one way to read the message of an explosive online backlash that erupted over the weekend, prompting the American Conservative Union to disinvite Milo Yiannopoulos, the controversial senior editor at the conservative publication Breitbart, from speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) this week. Mr. Yiannopoulos is a divisive figure who has railed against free-speech infringements on college campuses and has sought to expose what he calls liberal political correctness run amok – a primary reason for his initial invitation to speak, according to ACU chair Matt Schlapp.

Here's How Much It'll Cost Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. If He's Overweight For The Canelo Alvarez Fight

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Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. has been known to miss weight and look out of shape when he fights. If he does that vs. Canelo Alvarez, it will cost him plenty of money.

From: www.forbes.com

Wingsland Scarlet Minivet 1080p Quadcopter for $270 + free shipping

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B&H Photo Video offers the Wingsland Scarlet Minivet 1080p Quadcopter, model no. HM01, for $269.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find by $40. The camera shoots 1080p HD video, 12-megapixel photos, and the quadcopter also features a 3-axis gimbal, a return home function, and flies up to 25 minutes on a full charge. It includes two sets of propellers, remote, a battery, charger, and microUSB cable.
Note: This item is on backorder and is expected to ship in 1 to 2 weeks.

Avalon Waterways 11Nt French River Cruise from $4,678 for 2

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Avalon Waterways offers an Avalon Waterways 11-Night French River Cruise for Two in France with prices starting from $4,678, as provided by Dunhill Travel. That's the lowest price we could find by $3,456. This cruise aboard the Affinity departs from Côte d'Azur, France, on April 17, with stops in Arles, Avignon, Tournon, Lyon, St. Jean de Losne, with a motorcoach and train ride to Paris. Additional fees may apply. Book this travel deal by March 2.

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