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Will still have one dedicated co-op mode

Insurgency: Sandstorm Has a PC Release Window, No Campaign

New World Interactive has revealed that Insurgency: Sandstorm will see a PC release sometime in September 2018. If you're unfamiliar with Insurgency, it began its life as a mod for Half-Life 2. The team behind it went on to develop it further into a stand-alone title, and are now enhancing THAT version to give us Sandstorm. While there are definite improvements, it also sounds like things haven't gone quite as planned (which I believe is the official motto for the games industry).

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Who are those lil' scamps gonna fight next?

Our Weekend In Gaming: Battle Kidz

There's gonna be a lot of hootin', a lot of hollerin', and a lot of smack-down-drag-out fightin' this weekend.  The Co-Opticrew must have built up a lot of anger in the last week, cause we're either chasing battles, chasing monsters, or chasing sourcerors over the next couple days.  I suppose it's good to a let a little rage out every now and then, as long as it doesn't end in someone getting fired cause they "smashed every fax machine in the tri-county area".  Or, you know, whatever.

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Whatever, as long as it remembers to rewind them when it's done.

Epic Loon Invades Your Old VHS Tapes Next Month

I have no idea how old you are, but I'm assuming you've at least heard of the long-lost technology known as "VHS tapes".  They were a relative staple of life back in the day, holding in their cassettes anything you could imagine - dinosaur-ridden theme parks, cartoon transforming robots, recordings of your aunt's wedding that your dad accidentally taped over with an episode of Frazier.  Anything.

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The Pulsefire mouse evolved to support customization software

HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB Gaming Mouse Review

The HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB Gaming Mouse (henceforth, just “Pulsefire Surge”) provides a more specialized experience compared to the original Pulsefire mouse. In eschewing plug-and-play (a term that means the peripheral is fully functional out of the box without any required software), it offers more customizability, both in terms of aesthetics and functionality.

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Luckily there is no shortage of Warhammer Games

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr Delayed on Console

Neocore and BigBen have announced that the release of Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 has been delayed. The game, previously scheduled to release alongside the PC version on June 5, will now release later on July 5. The PC version is still scheduled for the previously mentioned release date next Tuesday.

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