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New GTA V Graphics Mod Looks Like The Future

Visual overhauls to the PC version of <i>Grand Theft Auto V</i> are nothing new, of course, but this complete overhaul of the Naturalvision mod is something …

75 Mobile Games You Should Be Playing Right Now

Xenoraid<p>You may think you've played shoot em' up games like <i>Xenoraid</i> before, piloting a spacecraft through oncoming waves of enemies. But Xenoraid …

Love letter: local co-op games bring us closer together

The reports of the death of local cooperative gaming have been greatly exaggerated. Developers at E3 showed off titles like <i>A Way Out</i>, <i>Moonhunters</i>, and <i>Cuphead</i> – all designed with offline co-op as their premise. There are numerous others coming as well.<p>Local co-op is making a comeback and I’m here to …

Trump’s Plan to Fight ISIS With Putin Isn’t Just Futile. It’s Dangerous.

There's no way to go to war alongside the Russian army without dragging American troops down.<p>America and Russia fighting on the same side against ISIS: This is the radical realignment that President Trump has been dangling as the linchpin of his promised reboot of the global war on terror. In one …

Why Trump Can't Let Go

He has a lot more than money wrapped up in his self-named business.<p>When Donald Trump stood up in front of a throng of reporters as well as loyal, cheering paid staffers Wednesday at Trump Tower in New York, there was the theatrical stack of folders of papers on the table next to the lectern, and …

On this Invasion Day, I am angry. Australia has a long way to go

I am an Aboriginal women, born in 1987 into a staunch family who were ready to teach me and my siblings the truth from birth. They had walked the walk and had earned their right to talk the talk, to educate.<p>But before I had even left my mother’s womb, I was a statistic, another Aboriginal person to …