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Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard Review

The Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard is now available for $99.95. How good is the device and is it worth your money? I spend the last few days with it have come away impressed. Watch our video review and read to see if it is right for you.

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Steam Spotlight – Kung Fury: Street Rage

The short film Kung Fury mixes martial arts, comedy, and lots of eighties nostalgia. With the Steam game adaptation ringing up at only two dollars, any fan of the movie or old-school arcade games will want to give it a look. Does it have any substance though? Read our review to find out!

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Review: Batman: Arkham Knight for Xbox One

Join us as we go in-depth with Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham Knight for Xbox One. Is Arkham Knight the perfect end to an awesome trilogy, or a stumble at the finish-line?

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Review: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Windows Central gives its verdict on CD Projekt RED's The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, available now for Xbox One and PC. Get ready for it to completely take over your life.

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Rogue Legacy: Xbox One and Windows review

In Rogue Legacy, a family of adventurers with randomized traits must explore a deadly castle. Each character has only one life to live, but the fallen heroes' money will buy upgrades for their descendants. Read our in-depth review with video to see what makes this such an amazingly addictive game!

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Inspired by arcade classic Robotron 2084, Ultratron puts players in the place of one heroic robot (or two) fighting against an evil robot army to avenge the human race. Can Ultratron compete against other arena-based twin-stick shooters? See our detailed review with video to find out!

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Review - StarTech.com adapter bundle for Surface Pro 3

Do you find yourself carting around your Surface from place to place, connecting to TVs, projectors, monitors, and networks? Sounds like you could use the StarTech.com adapter bundle for the Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3.

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Review: Halo Spartan Strike on Xbox for Windows

Halo Spartan Strike is the follow-up to 2013's Halo Spartan Assault, and marks Halo's first outing on iOS (in addition Windows 8.1 touch devices and PC). I've been hands on with the game for some time now, and here are my thoughts.

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Review: Mortal Kombat X for Xbox One

Mortal Kombat has been bloodying our screens since 1992, and its violence is credited with helping create the ESRB ratings system. The mainstream press has largely ditched its crusade against video game violence, leaving me hoping I can find substance amidst all those gory gimmicks.

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During Microsoft's annual Build conference last week, the company gave out thousands of HP Spectre x360 Ultrabooks to attendees. Granted, the more than $2k price tag that it takes to attend Build subsidizes the 'give away', but the tradition is always one of the fondest moments of the day one keynote.

Mark Guim and I have been using the Spectre for a few days now. His laptop is loaded with the default Windows 8.1, while mine is sporting Windows 10 build 10074.

Truth be told, neither of us are fans of HP's laptops. However, the Spectre is different. It is built with some assistance from Microsoft's engineers, and it shows. In fact, I find it hard to put down as you will find out in our detailed, 13-minute video review.

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I firmly believe State of Decay is Microsoft's not-so-secret weapon in the increasingly voracious console war.

World of Warcraft lead programmer Jeff Strain left Blizzard to head up Undead Labs, and from day one, the end goal was a full-blown zombie apocalypse MMO.

State of Decay is not an MMO, however - it is purely single player. The game acts as proof of concept for Undead Labs' long-term plans. To describe State of Decay and its Xbox One edition as prototypes is a disservice because I believe with conviction that this is amongst the best games on Xbox today.

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Review: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD for Xbox One

Is this former PSP game another shallow HD cash-in? Or a hint of greater things to come?

Final Fantasy Type-0 began life as a Japan-only PSP game set in the Final Fantasy XIII canon. Eventually the project span out into its own identity, yet still carrying remnants of the Final Fantasy XIII mythos.

FF Type-0 was well received in Japan, selling almost 80% of its shipments in the first week. Famed Japanese gaming outlet Famitsu gave Type-0 39/40, praising the story and gameplay but, Famitsu also gave Final Fantasy XIII 39/40, a game that I unashamedly loathe. Will I loathe Final Fantasy Type-0 in kind?

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