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The best Xbox One games to play right now

The Xbox One might not have the same selection of exclusives as the PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch, but the handful it does have are

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The best capture cards for 2021

A capture card allows you to stream and capture gameplay on PC and consoles without interrupting your gameplay experience. Capture cards serve as a middleman,

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The best Xbox Series X games for 2021

After an uneven console cycle with the Xbox One, Microsoft’s latest consoles are aimed at getting the ship back on course. The Xbox Series X

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The best co-op games for 2021

It doesn’t matter if you’re visiting a friend’s island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons or helping them mow down brutes in Gears 5 — the best co-op

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The best video games for kids

Finding the best video games for kids is no easy task. There are a lot of video games geared toward children, and some of the

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The best PS5 games for 2021

The PlayStation 4’s success was largely due to its stellar game library, which featured some of the best titles of the past generation. Seven years

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The best games: 31 games you need to try

With self-publishing and countless distribution platforms, there are thousands of games released each year. Most of them fall by the wayside, either because they’re unfinished

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The best games you can play on Intel integrated graphics

Although a dedicated graphics card is considered by many to be a must-have for PC gaming, it is not as important as it once was.

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The best game-streaming services for 2021

A relatively new addition to the gaming industry, game streaming services give players remote access to some of the best titles on the market. Each

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The best indie games for the PS4

The PlayStation 4 is the second-bestselling console of all time, taking a narrow backseat to Sony’s own PS2. It should come as little surprise, then,