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Football Manager 2017 Brexit feature angers gamers

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Football Manager 2017 might be a well selling title, but it’s taken a bit of a thrashing in reviews on various platforms. Most gamers have complained about the social feed, glitchy AI and problematic crashes, but some have been annoyed by another random feature: Brexit. The game randomly introduces the …

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Amazon is putting a stop to incentivized reviews

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Amazon has been clamping down on fake product reviews for a while now, even going as far as to file lawsuits against sellers for buying false endorsements. However, now the retailer is turning its attention to ‘incentivized’ reviews as well, outright banning reviews tied to free or discounted products. In …

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Steam tweaks: a helpful review is a helpful review

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Following feedback from the community and developers, Valve has made changes to the way Steam’s review system works once again. Although reviews from those who activated the game from a source other than Steam, still won’t contribute to the game’s rating, those reviews will now at least be easy to …

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Roccat Siru gaming mousepad review

As the results of KitGuru’s recent online poll has shown, a whopping 93% of you are PC gaming aficionados – masters of the keyboard and mouse on a decent PC. Our latest KitGuru Labs test focuses on the connection between mouse and desk. The all important mousepad. Sticky fingers need …

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Valve launches Steam Reviews

Valve launched Steam recommendations back in 2010, allowing users to recommend titles to their friends and write what they liked about the game. Now Valve is evolving this feature into something a little more wide-reaching- Steam Reviews. These reviews will be available for the whole community to read, not just your friends …

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OpenBay looks to make car repair more competitive

Car mechanics and garages have a somewhat-undeserved, somewhat-deserved reputation for using their customers lack of knowledge on their vehicle to their advantage, perhaps charging more than is necessary, or taking longer than the job needs to get it done. OpenBay may help put a stop to that, pitting garages against …

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Wavemaster Stax Speakers Review

Having started to create multimedia speakers for PC systems in Germany many years ago, Wavemaster is a relatively new brand to UK consumers – but they are aiming to make a splash with a series of headphone and speaker launches in 2013. We have been sent a set of Wavemaster …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “The Intro of Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s South Park RPG” Remember the excitement surrounding the announcement of …

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ADATA HM Series 650W Power Supply Review

Many regular readers this will never have seen an ‘ADATA’ branded power supply before, however like many companies in this sector, the underlying design is created elsewhere. The HM Series 650W power supply we are looking at today is actually based around a Channel Well Design – a company who …

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Thermaltake Frio review

I admit that I have a slightly unhealthy obsession about coolers and whenever I build a system I spend a lot of time fine tuning to get the lowest possible temperatures, while achieving the maximum possible overclocks. Thankfully in 2010 there are no shortage of high quality heatsinks to choose …

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XFX HD5870 Black Edition Review

XFX. Those three letters immediately conjure visions of video gaming excellence – especially when you delve into their high end product range. Without doubt, along with Sapphire, XFX have been producing some of the finest graphics cards on the market over the last decade. Today we have the chance to …

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Apple iPad review

‘Apple’ — It is a name synonymous with a strong emotional response. Never has a company evoked such a dramatic reaction from the enthusiast userbase – you either love ’em or hate ’em, there is little room for middle ground. I have been an Apple fan since I started my …

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