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'Bloodborne' Has One Last Mystery That No One Can Solve

In this relatively bleak spring games landscape, post-Evolve and pre-Witcher 3, Bloodborne remains a subject of fascination for many players. For those playing in smaller chunks, the game can take weeks to get through, and that’s only the first playthrough, depending on your skill and …

A very different Trinity in first look at Bruce Timm's Justice League: Gods and Monsters

<b>Batman: The Animated Series</b> co-creators Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett are set to return to the DC animated universe this year with the feature-length</b> …

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The surprising uses of games controllers

The devices we use to control our computer games have, over decades, morphed into much more sophisticated designs. And they are finding uses outside of video games – from surgery to defusing bombs. Peter Ray Allison investigates.<p>Games controllers can end up in the strangest places. Just this week, …

Proved at last: Men really are idiots

Finally! A scientific explanation for Johnny Knoxville — he of "Jackass" fame — and the fans who keep him at his dangerous and moronic antics: Male Idiot Theory.<p>New research has rigorously tested Male Idiot Theory, which posits that, well, men are idiots and are driven to take ridiculous risks …

AirBuccaneers now free on Steam to spread some holiday cheer | PC Invasion

Two years after release, Ludocraft are now giving it away for zero pennies.<p>AirBucaneers is a co-op multiplayer airship battler pitting Vikings …

Flappy Bird’s Sequel, Swing Copters, Could Be Even More Addictive

This week, the creator of Flappy Bird is releasing Swing Copters, an even more difficult version of the highly addictive mobile game.<p>Recovering <i>Flappy Bird</i> addicts will be facing a relapse trigger this week. The mobile phone game sensation from early 2014 proved so popular that in February, …

10 Already Obsolete Things Included in the 5000-Year Westinghouse Time Capsule

The site of the 1939 World’s Fair is home to a time capsule that was put in the ground in 1938 and is due to be unearthed and opened in the year …

Israel, Hamas accept Egyptian cease-fire proposal

CAIRO (AP) — Israel and the Hamas militant group accepted an Egyptian cease-fire proposal Sunday, clearing the way for the resumption of talks on a …

Apple Loop: The iPhone 6 Will Launch On September 9, Go On Sale During September, And Here Are Some Expected Features

Taking a look back at another week of news from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop covers the rush of details over the iPhone 6 (including the launch data, availability, and features), Apple and Samsung dropping many patent disputes, Android and iOS usage numbers, iCloud expanding in Reno, Beats …

New images from Justice League: Throne of Atlantis

Thanks to Idle Hands, we’ve got a batch of new images from the upcoming DC Universe Animated Movie <b>Justice League: Throne of Atlantis</b>, the sequel to …

PS4 Continues To Beat Xbox One Through February

The NPD numbers for February are in, and Sony's PS4 takes the #1 spot for all hardware sales, according to the company. We don’t have a specific count, but Microsoft announced 258,000 Xbox Ones sold, so we know that it’s more than that.<p>“NPD Group: PS4 is #1 again for the month, and cumulative …

Gravitational waves: have US scientists heard echoes of the big bang?

There is intense speculation among cosmologists that a US team is on the verge of confirming they have detected "primordial gravitational waves" – an echo of the big bang in which the universe came into existence 14bn years ago.<p>Rumours have been rife in the physics community about an announcement …

Second baby possibly 'cured' of HIV

The first time, it happened almost by accident.<p>Just hours after delivery, a baby born with HIV in Mississippi was given high doses of three antiretroviral drugs. More than three years later, doctors say the little girl has no evidence of the life-threatening disease in her blood, despite being off …

Is Planet Earth Under New Management?

A hundred million years from now, when we're all dead and gone, a team of geologists will be digging in a field somewhere ...<p>... and they will discover, buried in the rocks below, a thin layer of sediment — very thin, about the width of a cigarette paper, says British stratigrapher Jan Zalasiewicz. …

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