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Speedrunning Mario has transformed the way I play games


We all know about Usain Bolt and his ludicrous speed over 100 metres. He currently holds the record with 9.58 seconds. Paula Radcliffe set the fastest women’s marathon at 2 hours, 15 minutes and 25 seconds. In sports, world records mean acclaim and the chance to be recognised as the ...

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Darkest Dungeon and the Lovecrafting of crunch


Heroes aren’t born, forged, plucked from obscure, charming villages or raised from centuries of slumber in Darkest Dungeon – they are broken in. Or at least, broken. Out on Switch today, Red Hook’s festering roguelike sees you battling to reclaim a cliffside manor from the cosmic terrors unleashed by your ...

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Sources: Microsoft plots Fable return


Work is underway on a brand new, big-budget Fable game, Eurogamer can reveal. Fable franchise owner Microsoft has tasked UK developer Playground, which makes the Forza Horizon racing games for Xbox and PC, with creating this new Fable, sources close to the project have told Eurogamer. Microsoft said in a ...

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Off Grid is about the principles of hacking


In the mid 1990’s, after what lawmen rather fancifully described as a “countrywide hacking spree” across the United States, a man called Kevin Mitnick was arrested. He was charged with 25 counts of computer-related crimes which, legend has it, included hacking into NORAD, North America’s aerospace defence system, inspiring the ...

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