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Bright Memory will be an Xbox Series X launch title this November – TrueAchievements

Publisher Playism has announced that Bright Memory, not to be confused with Bright Memory: Infinite, will be an Xbox Series X/S launch title.

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Watch Dogs Legion: Your Biggest Questions, Answered – Kotaku Australia

Watch Dogs: Legion is due out at the end of October, but we haven’t really heard that much about the game. Here’s everything you should know.

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Watch Dogs: Legion launches on October 29, just in time for Halloween. While delays induced by the coronavirus and development challenges pushed the game (and its hype) back, it’s still set for an epic release on current gen consoles this month. With appearances from faces new and old, Legion looks like an absolute blast with something for everyone.
Here’s everything you need to know about the game ahead of its launch.
What is Watch Dogs: Legion?
Watch Dogs: Legion is the third game in the Watch…

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The SteelSeries Arctis 7X Wireless Sounds Great On Xbox Series X – Kotaku Australia

This SteelSeries Arctis 7X Wireless headset is so comfortable it feels like your head is being cradled softly by a cashmere-clad loved one.

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While it is true that almost all current Xbox One gaming headsets will work with the Xbox Series X|S, theres just something about that new headset feeling when you get a new console. The $299 SteelSeries Arctis 7X Wireless headset (currently only available from the SteelSeries website) is the first Ive seen that says its specifically designed for the Xbox Series X, so Ive been testing it out with the next gen console.
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My favourite thing about the Arctis 7X Wireless headset is how insanely…

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Adobe showcases new ‘Sneak’ projects with collaborative AR, AI video enhancements, more – 9to5Mac

Adobe is holding the Adobe MAX 2020 conference this week, where the company introduced several new features and updates for its software such as Photoshop, Illustrator,…

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Adobe is holding the Adobe MAX 2020 conference this week, where the company introduced several new features and updates for its software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, and After Efects. Besides these updates, Adobe has also showcased new “Sneak” projects, which are sneak peaks of new features that may be available in Adobe’s software in the future.
There are some Sneak projects this year that seem extremely promising especially for smartphone users. The first is Sharp Shots, which is…

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