Final Fantasy XV Will Support Steam Workshop on PC, May Come to Nintendo Switch

Final Fantasy XV will have Steam Workshop support when it arrives on PC next year, game director Hajime Tabata revealed in an interview. “Right from the start, the way the whole game is structured and created gives each individual player their

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Special Edition Toyota Innova Crysta Touring Sport To Be Launched In May

Toyota India has announced that it will be launching a special edition Innova Crysta Touring Sport model in India next month. The car will be introduced at an exclusive event which will be held both in Delhi and Mumbai on

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Quern – Undying Thoughts review: The closest we may ever come to a Riven sequel

2016 was one hell of a year for Myst-alikes, eh? Straight from the source, from Cyan itself, you had official spiritual successor Obduction—a game which crept onto our Games of the Year list. Then there was The Eyes of Ara,

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Quern – Undying Thoughts review: The closest we may ever come to a Riven sequel

2016 was one hell of a year for Myst-alikes, eh? Straight from the source, from Cyan itself, you had official spiritual successor Obduction—a game which crept onto our Games of the Year list. Then there was The Eyes of Ara,

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Windows 10 Build 15019 may be about games, but its many bugs could spoil the fun

The gaming-focused Windows 10 Insider build that Microsoft promised earlier this week, with Game Mode, Beam livestreaming and other features, is rolling out—but with some game-breaking bugs, unfortunately. What’s officially known as Build 15019 for the Insider Fast Ring also

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Google’s low-cost Android One program may expand to the U.S.

When Google launched its Android One program in 2014 it was designed for one main reason: to create a system of standards for phones in developing countries. Targeting emerging markets in Pakistan, India, the Philippines, Indonesia, and others, the program

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The Samsung Galaxy Note7’s extreme thinness may be behind battery explosions

It’s been a while since Samsung has been in the news for its exploding Galaxy Note7 batteries—and we sincerely hope any of our readers who bought has returned it to the company for a refund—but a team of enterprising engineers

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