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Feature: He's breaking through

Rainbow Six Siege Thermite: what he can do and how to use him

Thermite is yet another attacker operator in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege that can make mincemeat of walls. This FBI attacker operator has a decent arsenal and gadgets to use after triggering his enhanced explosive charges, so in this guide there will be all the information on what this volatile character can do.

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Feature: Why doesn't it work?!

Rainbow Six Siege Thatcher: what he can do and how to use him

As one of the more universally effective operators in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, Thatcher can cause nightmares for any defending team that uses electronic gadgets. The SAS attacker operator is however more than just EMP grenades, so here are some tips you should probably know about about what he can do and how to use him.

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Feature: Scattered

Rainbow Six Siege Fuze: what he can do and how to use him

Another rather explosive character in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege is Fuze. This attacker operator from the Spetsnaz division has a wide array of weapons to choose from as well as cluster charges to surprise unsuspecting enemies that have hunkered down defensively. It is however very easy to mess up playing this operator, so this guide will talk you through his arsenal and what you absolutely must not…

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Feature: Blinding ambition

Rainbow Six Siege Blitz: what he can do and how to use him

A lot of attacker operators in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege like to use explosives to get the job done, but GSG 9 operator Blitz prefers to blind his opponents. He's another defensive operator, similar to Montagne, meaning that he has a very limited arsenal to play with. This guide will cover what he does have, but will be more focused on how to use him effectively in…

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Feature: Sledge smash!

Rainbow Six Siege Sledge: what he can do and how to use him

Sledge is probably the simplest operator to understand in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. This SAS attacker operator has a big mallet and he's not afraid to tear down walls or barricades with it. He does however have a few things you should probably know about, in particular with which gadgets to take in and the guns he has on offer.

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Feature: Sensors are off the charts

Rainbow Six Siege IQ: what she can do and how to use her

Intel is key in games like Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, so attacker operatives like IQ that can detect where the electronics of enemy operators are, can be vital. The GSG 9 operator has more primary weapons than her counterpart Blitz, so this guide will go over those and what to do when you find an enemy gadget on your monitor.

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Feature: A solid and tense card-battler, but not even slightly insane

Insane Robots review

Insane Robots is a hybrid card game/roguelite that truly believes it's wacky and zany and kerrayzee, in the manner of a middle-aged insurance salesman who kicks back by wearing a t-shirt reading "I'm bonkers, me!" while manning his six-burner gas barbecue with temperature gauge, modular hotplate and removable drip tray. Just don't make eye contact, yeah? It is, however, an entirely proficient game of turn-based…

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Feature: Head held high

Wot I Think: GNOG

We've been writing about crazy-bonkers puzzler GNOG in its various forms since 2014. Originally called GNAH!, Graham immediately loved the look of it. Then a year later developers KO_OP Mode declared that they were scrapping everything and starting over, renaming the game GNOG. Since then we've been patiently waiting, seeing the game come out on iOS, then PS4, and finally now it's out on PC.…

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Feature: Deal or no deal

Amazon Prime Day 2018: Best deals on PC games and hardware

This year's Amazon Prime Day is almost at an end. At midnight tonight, Amazon's big day o' deals will be over for another year (or, you know, until Black Friday in November), so if you had a look at the deals yesterday and thought, 'Hmm... I could do with a new SSD or graphics card', then you've still got time to pick one up. I know Amazon is…

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Feature: Maybe we're in VR right now?

Reality bleed: VR in the wilds of theatre

A sack is placed over your head. A voice, alarmingly close, barks that you are the next test subject. Your hands are bound and you are led, still hooded, to another room where your attendant tells you, as he straps you into a chair, that you will come to no physical harm. The hood is removed and you are welcomed to a claustrophobic cell by…

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Feature: "Welcome to the White House"

How Metal Wolf Chaos is coming to PC after 14 years

“By the end of the first quarter of the 21st century, freedom was dead in America.” This is the opening line of Metal Wolf Chaos. But before the player can decide whether or not such a statement was prophetic back when this bullet-spraying action game came out 14 years ago, the 47th President of the United States, a man called Michael Wilson, erupts from the…

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Feature: Solid state of the art

Best gaming SSD 2018: Top SATA and NVMe drives for your PC

Buying an SSD can be a nightmare when there are so many models to choose from, but the good news is that there's never been a better time to buy one, as prices are down (especially if you're eyeing up Amazon Prime Day deals right now) and availability is high - which is why we're here to help you in your quest to find the best gaming SSD…

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Feature: Steamy Windows

Steam Charts: Moderately Entertaining Edition

Hello! Goodness me, it's good to have you with us. If you're reading this sentence on Steam, then I simply implore you to click through to the site to read what has been described by Simon Pulitzer as "the greatest games journalism the world has ever been blessed to receive."

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Feature: Read more

The Sunday Papers

Sundays are for pretending you've got something better to do than play Pillars of Eternity II all day. I... do not. Waypoint, collectively, used E3 as an opportunity to get studios talking about crunch. For the uninitiated, that's the widespread practice of expecting employees to work massive amounts of overtime in order to get a game done before it releases. It's still exploitative, no matter…

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Feature: Scone or scone?

Free games of the week

This week, we have a load of adventures and stories for you to play. You can be rude at a tea party while surrounded by a bunch of older folks, or become a dragon looking for dragon eggs. You can travel through space on a whale full of ghosts bugs, fight to reclaim your palace as a talented fencer, or simply avoid fire and collect…

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Feature: Ignorance is ... um... what is it again?

The Joy of ignorance in Cultist Simulator

I am a lowly aspirant with nothing but my name and my failing body. I am uninitiated. I am a worm in the dark, crawling through the pages of the secret histories of the world. I'm playing Cultist Simulator. This is “a game of apocalypse and yearning”, in which players attempt to direct eldritch forces and hidden gods without the faintest idea of what they're…

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Feature: That's just, like, your opinion, man

DIY transcendence with Timothy Leary’s Mind Mirror

“You can be anyone, this time around,” echoes the husky voice of 60s trip-trailblazer Timothy Leary, as kids play on arcade machines that fade into the grinning face of the “good doctor” himself. “You’re the first generation in human history to know how to control your own nervous system.” As the soundtrack hits heady new heights of grooviness, a troupe of long-haired youngsters dancing through…

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Feature: Deals for days

Best PC gaming deals of the week

Fanatical's Sega Week sale includes recent big hits like Total War: Warhammer 2, underrated classics like Vanquish, and the colourful Dreamcast Collection. Mentioning the latter is really just an excuse to link this fabulous and new official Space Channel 5 print, but there are a bunch of great Sega games in there. There's a bunch of other great deals in this post, too, so strap…

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Feature: Demon dates

Don’t take it personally, dear, it just ain’t your story: Seduce Me 2: The Demon War review

Join Ella McConnell for Waifu Material, a monthly column in which she navigates the murky, cherry-blossom-strewn waters of visual novels, dating sims, and everything in between (reader masochism not required but strongly recommended). [Content warning: brief mention of suicide and sexual assault as themes dealt with in the game but no further discussion thereof.] When I first started my Tumblr-based visual novel review blog, Seduce…

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