This Doom wad turns Zombies Ate My Neighbors into a first-person shooter

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This Doom wad turns Zombies Ate My Neighbors into a first-person shooter

Zombies Ate My Neighbors released in 1993 for 16-bit consoles, and it was as straightforward as games come: you kill a bunch of monsters (not all of them are zombies) and rescue survivors. That very same year another game concerning the slaying of monsters released, and while it was arguably even more straightforward, it was a much bigger deal. 

13 of Steam's top 20 new games in January were made in Asia

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13 of Steam's top 20 new games in January were made in Asia

Valve's rundown of the top 20 games released on Steam in January 2020 comes with a fun little side of trivia: The top 20 games released in January 2010. The 2010 list isn't actually a top 20, though, but just a top 11, because there were only 11 new games released on the platform that month—and of that 11, only three would have made it into the top 20 list in 2020.

Your Witcher 3 saves from Steam and GOG will now work on the Nintendo Switch

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Your Witcher 3 saves from Steam and GOG will now work on the Nintendo Switch

If you played The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt when it was new but not the Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine expansions, and then other things came along and you kept putting it off until finally there was no realistic chance that you'd ever actually get around to it, but then CD Projekt released it for the Nintendo Switch and you thought to yourself, "I would love to complete this experience on that platform, perhaps in part while I ride the train to work, but I really don't feel like playing through the full base game again"—if you find yourself in those admittedly rather specific circumstances—then the latest "Switcher" update will make you very happy.

Rainbow Six Siege will get secondary gadgets that let attackers carry a little Thatcher or Thermite in their pocket

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Rainbow Six Siege will get secondary gadgets that let attackers carry a little Thatcher or Thermite in their pocket

Ubisoft wants to crack Rainbow Six Siege’s attacking meta wide open. Currently, team composition feels hamstrung by the importance of hard breachers and electronic disabling operators like Thermite, Hibana, and Thatcher. On certain objective locations, attackers are at a huge disadvantage if they can't pop open a key reinforced wall. To add more variety to the meta, Ubisoft plans to distribute these roles to more operators via new secondary gadgets.

After overheating concerns, Asus is helping RX 5700 owners tighten their screws

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After overheating concerns, Asus is helping RX 5700 owners tighten their screws

In a recent post on its website, Asus announced that it has addressed the concerns over thermal performance and cooler mounting pressure with its RX 5700-series graphics cards. As Asus explained, it produced initial runs of the ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT graphics cards according to AMD's guidelines. Normally, AMD recommends a PSI (pound-force per square inch) between pressure and temperature of 30-40.