All Articles by Paul Acevedo

AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable 2 Plus capture device has 4K passthrough and PC-free mode

As display tech improves, so must the devices we use for recording and streaming games. The new AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable 2 Plus is a sophisticated capture device that supports 4K video pass-through and PC-free recording. It's not cheap though.

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WWE 2K18 for Xbox One review: Bigger than ever, but increasingly showing its age

WWE 2K18 is the latest in 2K Sports' long-running series of wrestling simulations. The new game features a huge roster, a revamped career mode, 8-man matches, and several more refinements. But has it changed enough to warrant the yearly purchase?

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Destiny 2 finally arrives on PC, and it's beautiful

Destiny 2 finally arrives on PC this week. The open-world sci-fi shooter has been optimized to look as great as possible and feel completely natural on PC. We attended a preview event to bring you these detailed PC impressions and developer insights.

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Watch and win as we livestream spooky platformer Little Nightmares tonight on Mixer [Ended]

Tonight at 9pm ET (8pm CT, 6pm PT, 2am GMT) on Mixer, we'll be playing and giving out free copies of Little Nightmares, the horror game about a child who is stalked by scary monsters on a ship. Read on for quick impressions and contest details.

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This week in ID@Xbox: Party with the pack, go rogue, and add some torque

This week's ID@Xbox releases picked up slightly over last week's, with seven new indie games arriving on Xbox One. These include the hilarious Jackbox Party Pack 4, the blue-man shooter Rogue Trooper Redux, a new Smite spin-off, and more.

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The Jackbox Party Pack 4 for Xbox One review: Five mostly great party games that anybody can play

Jackbox Party Pack 4 is a collection of party games for Xbox and PC, including four brand-new games and the greatly expanded Fibbage 3, all sure to liven up your next party or livestream.

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This week in ID@Xbox: Smash cars, dead beat brawling, and shiny platforming

It was a slow week for ID@Xboxreleases, with only five new indie games arriving on Xbox One. These include a spooky adventure game, a 3D brawler, a crash test simulation, a platformer, and a fighting game. Read on for impressions and store links!

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Watch and win as we livestream high school horror game The Coma: Recut [Ended]

Tonight on Mixer, we played and gave out free copies of The Coma: Recut, the horror game that takes place in a Korean high school filled with killers. Read on for quick impressions and contest winners.

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RAID: World War II Xbox One review – A co-op WWII shooter that feels like PayDay

PayDay is fun, but sometimes you want to fight bad guys instead of robbing banks. RAID: World War II from Starbreeze takes the co-op shooting gameplay of PayDay back in time to World War II, complete with a few improvements on the original formula.

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The Evil Within 2 Xbox One review: A bigger, better, and gorier survival horror sequel

Three years ago, The Evil Within became the first big horror title on Xbox One.Today, The Evil Within 2 is here, continuing the story of former detective Sebastian Castellanos as he searches for his missing daughter amid a world filled with horrors.

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Minecraft Adventure Figure Series 1: Perfect toys for display — and play

J!NX, makers of fine gaming apparel, is joining the toy game with its new line of Minecraft Adventure Figures. The first series of six Minecraft figures features both heroes and monsters, and they all look like they stepped straight out of the game.

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Deadbeat Heroes for Xbox One review: It's spies vs. goons in this co-op brawler

Deadbeat Heroes comes from Square-Enix Collective, the Japanese publisher's indie funding arm. A 1960s spy show parody in the style of Austin Powers, the game sends players out to beat up nefarious villains in 40 action-packed levels.

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This week in ID@Xbox: Bulb-headed boys, witches in school, and ninja show downs

It has been a very busy ID@Xbox release week, with no less than thirteen new indie games on the market. Five different shooters, two ninja games, and one very creepy adventure game will keep players on their toes as Halloween month kicks off.

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Watch and win as we livestream beautiful adventure Beyond Eyes tonight on Mixer [Ended]

Tonight on Mixer, we played and gave out free copies of Beyond Eyes, a beautiful and moving game about a blind girl and the power of friendship. Read on for quick impressions and contest winners.

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Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen review – One of the best RPGs ever hits Xbox One

Capcom has just released Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen for Xbox One. A masterful RPG with a huge open world, excellent combat, an innovative party system, and tons of content, Dragon's Dogma is an affordable adventure that shouldn't be missed.

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Mystik Belle for Xbox One review: A charming and whimsical platforming adventure

Mystik Belle is a new Metroidvania-style platforming game from WayForward (makers of the Shantae series). Playing as a young witch, you'll have to defeat magical monsters and solve lots of puzzles to save your school – and the world!

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WWE 2K18 full roster list: Every on-disc and DLC Superstar character

WWE 2K18 is coming soon to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. This year's game features over 170 current and classic wrestlers, the series' largest roster ever. This fully alphabetized roster with all DLC wrestlers will help you prepare for WWE 2K18.

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The Coma: Recut for Xbox One review – A horror adventure in a haunted high school

Xbox One has many horror games, but The Coma: Recut is the first Asian-style horror adventure on the console. Playing as a Korean student, you'll have to evade knife-wielding killers and more as you search for a way out of your haunted high school.

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This week in ID@Xbox: Pinball action, a cyberpunk dystopia, and Cuphead mania

Welcome to our column that looks at the week's ID@Xbox releases for Xbox One! This week saw no less than ten ID@Xbox games arrive on Xbox One. With indies like Cuphead, Ruiner, and Pinball FX3 there's something for everyone in this week's lineup.

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Watch and win as we stream co-op horde shooter Killing Floor 2 tonight on Mixer [Ended]

Tonight on Mixer, we played and gave out free copies of Killing Floor 2, the amazing co-op horde shooter from Tripwire Interactive. Read on for quick impressions and contest winners.

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