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What To Watch This Weekend: Call Of Duty, Splatoon 2, And Puyo Puyo Tetris

This week’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive major comes courtesy of Dreamhack, which is in Marseille, France this weekend. The top eight teams have been determined, so cheer for your favorite as they make their way through the playoffs. (Stream / Schedule) The Shanghai Dragons haven’t gotten their first win in the Overwatch League, but it can still happen! You just gotta …

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May Xbox 360 and Xbox One Games With Gold Have Been Revealed

Here Are the Freebies for May 2018 for Xbox Gold Subscribers Microsoft employs a stellar Xbox Live service for its player base, but the months of Games with Gold have been met by a lukewarm response. Fortunately, the general response may change with the latest list of free games. May’s Games with Gold lineup appears pretty solid. On the Xbox One, …

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A Super Sexy Collection of Gender-Bending God of War Cosplay

Cos of War – A Collection of Gender-Bending Kratos Cosplay Week after week, we bring our COGconnected readers the absolute best in cosplay by featuring cosplayers from all over the world. Last week, we featured the beautiful Kinpatsu Cosplay. Prior to that, we featured cosplayers like Danielle DeNicola (who is featured again in this piece!) and Lyz Brickley. With the impending release …

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Realistic WW2 FPS ‘Post Scriptum’ Can Now Be Pre-Ordered

Post Scriptum Is Described as a WW2 Simulation Game Post Scriptum, a realistic multiplayer FPS set in World War 2, is now available for pre-order on Steam. Post Scriptum is currently scheduled to come out in Spring 2018 and you can watch a teaser for the game below! Post Scriptum is set during Operation Market Garden in 1944 and players can …

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10 Wonderfully Weird Nintendo Accessories You Never Knew Existed

Nintendo Labo is Part of a Long Line of Wonderfully Weird Nintendo Accessories The Nintendo Switch just received a weird (and very cool) accessory in the form of Nintendo Labo today, but the interactive cardboard isn’t the first time that the Japanese company released something weird for its consoles. In fact, Nintendo has a long history of releasing some pretty wild peripherals …

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