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Learn how actors become their characters in this Halo 5 roundtable

Halo 5: Guardians is out today, and Microsoft has released a nearly 30-minute video detailing the recording process with its actors. As it turns out, one of them used to have a very different line of work.
Computing

Corsair’s new quiet gaming keyboard and lightweight mouse help you win with grace

Corsair launched three new products today; the Strafe RGB Silent keyboard, the Katar gaming mouse, and the accompanying MM300 gaming mouse pad which offers some additional traction.
Computing

Xbox One to get Windows 10, Xbox 360 backwards compatibility on November 12

If you haven't yet found a reason to buy an Xbox One, that reluctance might change come November 12. That's because, as Xbox head Phil Spencer has revealed, the 'New Xbox One Experience' releases that day.
Game Review

Halo 5: Guardians Review

Halo 5 isn't just more fun with friends, it's almost unplayable without them.
Gaming

Payday 2 adds microtransactions, sparking community outrage

Developer Overkill Software faces a widespread community backlash following a recently released title update for its multiplayer heist sim Payday 2 that adds in-game microtransactions despite promises to the contrary.
Gaming

Sony hints at expanded PSN features, PS1 and PS2 Classics on PS4

An online poll recently issued to a limited number of PlayStation 4 owners suggests that Sony plans to roll out several long-requested features for the PlayStation Network, including the ability for players to change their usernames.
Computing

DirectX 12 tests prove AMD and Nvidia is a match made in heaven

Oxide Games has taken things to a new level by achieving a feat fanboys will loathe: rigging their system to run on both an AMD and Nvidia GPU simultaneously, thanks to DirectX 12's Explicit Multi-adapter tech.
Gaming

Rare insight: Nintendo's Miyamoto wanted N64 GoldenEye to be less violent

GoldenEye 007 was widely praised when it debuted for the Nintendo 64 in 1997, but publisher Nintendo initially balked at the first-person shooter's violent content, one of its designers revealed at UK expo GameCity 2015 this week.
Computing

Batman: Arkham Knight is finally ready for PC

Batman: Arkham Knight's release on PC was so bad that Warner Brothers pulled it from the store, but it promised to patch the game and re-release it. That day will finally come this Wednesday.
Gaming

Fallout Shelter gets spooky with Halloween update

The latest update for Bethesda's mobile Fallout Shelter includes some Halloween-inspired decorations and costumes for your Vault and Dwellers. Update 1.21. features skeleton, elf, ghost, and pilgrim costumes.
Mobile

Stories you missed: Nike’s self-lacing shoes, Apple flips the bird, Facebook search

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Nike's charitable way of celebrating Back to the Future to…
Gaming

‘Zelda Maker’ lets Nintendo fans build their own Hyrule

An alpha version of the fan-created The Legend of Zelda Maker level design toolkit was released this week, allowing players to build their own action-RPG worlds in the style of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series.