This browser game lets you control real-life robots in a scale model Chernobyl

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This browser game lets you control real-life robots in a scale model Chernobyl

Isotopium Chernobyl is a game about driving tanks through Chernobyl, picking up energy items in order to survive. It's a pretty dull concept on paper, but obviously there's a twist: the tanks are real robots, and the Chernobyl depicted in-game is a real scale model, presumably housed in a warehouse somewhere in Ukraine.

Hands on with the AMD Radeon VII

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Hands on with the AMD Radeon VII

AMD revealed its Radeon VII during today's CES keynote, and shortly after we met with the company to get a few more details on the hardware. As you'd expect, AMD isn't spilling the beans on everything yet, including performance, but we did get confirmation of a few specs. Here's what we know.

Aftercharge gameplay video details its unusual 3v3 asymmetrical action

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Aftercharge gameplay video details its unusual 3v3 asymmetrical action

Aftercharge is a 3v3 FPS in which a team of robots, who are invisible, tries to make life miserable for a team of guards, who are invincible.  It was announced in mid-2017, and with a full release set for tomorrow, developer Chainsawesome Games has released a narrated gameplay video explaining in detail how it all works, and how you can (hopefully) avoid being terrible at it when you first start playing. 

Project Winter is a multiplayer co-op survival game with secret murderers

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Project Winter is a multiplayer co-op survival game with secret murderers

Co-op survival games, as the name suggests, generally require players to work together in order to avoid the grim specter of death. Project Winter is a little bit different. The cooperative angle is there—eight people have to pull together to gather resources, repair structures, and complete other tasks to stay alive in the midst of a ferocious, freezing snowscape and ultimately make their escape—but two of them are actually conspiring in secret to murder everyone else. 

Ubisoft details The Division 2's system requirements

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Ubisoft details The Division 2's system requirements

Ubisoft revealed the Division 2 system requirements for PC today, laying out four different hardware specs and what sort of performance you can expect from each of them. It also nailed down the game's PC-specific features, including support for uncapped framerates and resolutions, multiscreen and widescreen displays, HDR, variable refresh rates, and a fully customizable interface and HUD. 

AMD teases third-gen Ryzen processor performance ahead of mid-2019 launch

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AMD teases third-gen Ryzen processor performance ahead of mid-2019 launch

For the firs time, AMD provided a preview of a working third-generation Ryzen processor based on the company's 7-nanometer Zen 2 architecture. There are still many details to be revealed, but the big takeaway is that Ryzen is progressing on schedule, and should deliver impressive performance gains over AMD's current generation Ryzen products.