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Welcome To Elk review – laughter, tears, and lots of beer – Eurogamer.net

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Feature: Nintendo And Velan Studios On Bringing Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit Into The (Real) World – Nintendo Life

“This is perhaps the most technologically complex and riskiest project I’ve worked on”

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Following its announcement back in September, Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit recently sped into homes across the land, and no doubt many of you have been crafting intricate circuits around your home, pulling off daring manoeuvres between chair legs, leaving tyre tracks through the kitchen and speeding away from the claws of curious pets while enjoying this mixed-reality take on the world’s premier kart racing series.
Co-developed by Nintendo and US-based Velan Studios, prior to release we had th…

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New Limited Time Warzone mode: Zombies Royale – CharlieINTEL.com

As part of The Haunting of Verdansk event in Warzone, Infinity Ward is bringing a brand new Zombies mode to the action. The new mode, called Zombies Royale, wil…

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Activision and Infinity Ward have officially announced the details on the new Call of Duty: Warzone event.
The Haunting of Verdansk begins Tuesday, October 20 and ends on Tuesday, November 3 in Warzone on all platforms.
This new event for Modern Warfare & Warzone features new cosmetic content in the store, including bundles based on SAW and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. In addition, there’s new limited time modes in Warzone, including Night time map, Zombies royale, and more.
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Xiaomi Mi 10T doesn’t have a ‘flagship phone’ screen, but for a great reason – TechRadar UK

No OLED screens today

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The Xiaomi Mi 10T phones were unveiled at the end of September – we’ve been testing the Mi 10T Pro for a while, and it’s certainly an intriguing addition to Xiaomi’s 2020 line-up. 
One intriguing aspect of the phone is its screen – the handset has a 144Hz display, the highest refresh rate of any non-gaming phone, but it’s an LCD panel, not AMOLED like in the Xiaomi Mi 10, and the screen doesn’t curve at the edges like that phone either.
So while some of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro’s features suggest…

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