HGTV Sweepstakes 2023 – Your Ultimate Guide to Winning Big

Unraveling the World of HGTV Sweepstakes? Welcome to the thrilling world of HGTV Sweepstakes, where dreams can come true! Whether you are a seasoned sweepstaker or a newbie hoping to strike it big, this article is your key to unlocking the secrets of winning fantastic prizes through HGTV’s renowned giveaways. From dream homes and luxurious … Read more

HGTV Sweep stakes – Win Big with Home and Garden TV

HGTV Sweep stakes, where dreams of incredible home makeovers and garden transformations can become a reality! If you’ve ever fantasized about winning a life-changing prize, this article is your ultimate guide to the exciting world of HGTV Sweep stakes. Learn everything you need to know about participating, the prizes you can win, eligibility requirements, and … Read more

What are we all playing this weekend?

Here’s a TV recommendation for you: Deadloch on Amazon Prime. A noir crime comedy set in a small town in Tasmania where traditional culture clashes with artistic newcomers, and there’s murder, and it’s funny, and the characters are so delightful. It’s a bit like Top Of The Lake with jokes. But what are you playing this weekend? Here’s what we’re clicking on!

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Apex Legends devs say players are hiding too much from each other as Season 18 promises to target pests

Apex Legends players are deliberately avoiding each other to last longer in the battle-royale team-based shooter’s ranked mode, according to developers Respawn. That’s a bit of a problem when it comes to multiplayer gaming on, you know, filming – so the studio plans to target what it says is a growing “ratting” trend in the upcoming Season 18.

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New Asus ROG Ally update makes it more compatible with Steam Deck docks

The Asus ROG Ally has once again made itself impossible to write about without also mentioning the Steam Deck. Its latest BIOS update – available now via the MyAsus app – includes a fix that allows the Windows laptop PC to run properly in its fastest and most power-hungry Turbo mode when connected to sufficiently powerful third-party docking stations and USB-C hubs. In other words, it now works with more of the best Steam Deck docks.

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The Banished Vault’s giant space cathedral will take off on July 25

Sun Dogs designer Nic Tringali’s next game ticks a lot of boxes for me. As Alice0 wrote when The Banished Vault was first announced seven months ago, the idea of ​​exploring space in “an interstellar gothic monastery” is obviously an instant yes, but I’m also drawn to its neat grid-like maps of its procedurally generated solar systems, as well as the haunting monochrome portraits of your band of exiled survivors. It looks stunning, and luckily the wait is almost over, as Tringali and publishers Bithell Games have announced that it’s coming to PC on July 25th.

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ΔV: Saturn’s Rings Review: Turns Asteroid Mining Lead Into Space Games Gold

I can’t remember the last time I struggled so hard to finish a game.

You misunderstood. I’m not saying ΔV: Rings Of Saturn is a chore or a chore. I found it difficult because every time I start it I can get lost for hours playing he. Not trying to win, not following the story, not looking for (ugh) “progress”. Just exploit, explore, drift lazily in the void. It’s a game that I don’t want to exhaust because I enjoy it too much. I went back into “for a quick dive” twice during this intro.

It has no content. It’s not one of those compulsive, manipulative games forever. You could skim through it efficiently, probably finding all of its secrets and items as quickly as possible. That wouldn’t be wrong, exactly, but it misses the point: it’s a game to be savored, not consumed.

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What’s better: breech-loading grenade launchers or building blueprints?

As I open the door to return after a short break, I’m glad to find that last time you decided that violence at the door was better than marking spots for teammates. Sure, tagging is convenient, it’s helpful, it’s nice, but can it really solve problems that wouldn’t be solved by slamming a door in someone’s face? Of course not. This week, I ask you to choose between risky destruction and precise construction. What’s better: breech-loading grenade launchers or building blueprints?

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There’s a strange new way to play Doom: using rat neurons grown in a jar

Teletext. Notepad. Twitter. A tractor. A pregnancy test. There have been few limits to the weird and wonderful ways enterprising Doom fans have found to play the seminal FPS over the past 30 years, but it could claim both the weirdest and the most wonderful crown. Someone teaches a bunch of lab-grown rat neurons to play Doom. Yes, their literal conscious existence is Doom. I told you it was weird.

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