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EA’s Origin Access offers PC gamers unlimited access to select games

Share This article Electronic Arts, and by extension the Origin game service, is not particularly well-liked by gamers thanks to its heavy use of microtransactions and DLC packs. Perhaps it will earn some goodwill with a new service called Origin Access. ...

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Lumus and InfinityAR aim to do for augmented reality what Oculus has done for VR

Share This article Whether or not lofty sales projections for Oculus and other VR devices come true, there is no question that the availability of a complete developer kit from Oculus has helped kickstart the industry. Until now, Augmented Reality ...

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Prominent cracking group claims game piracy could be dead within two years

Share This article For as long as games have had copy protection, there have been ways to break said copy protection. In the earliest days of gaming, games often required you to enter a random word or sentence from the ...

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Now that the PS4 has been hacked to run Linux, SteamOS is an inevitiability

Share This article During last week’s Chaos Communication Congress event in Germany, console hacking team “fail0verflow” showed off their most recent project: a PS4 Linux port. After finding exploits in the PS4’s firmware, and making over 7,000 changes to the ...

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ET deals: $10 online courses at Udemy

Share This article If you love to learn, check out today’s flash sale over at Udemy. Thousands of online courses are being discounted to just $ 10 a pop, so you can invest in numerous skills — even if you’re ...

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