Underworld Ascendant gameplay video showcases stealth, magic, and 'hero kits'

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Underworld Ascendant gameplay video showcases stealth, magic, and 'hero kits'

We got a quick look at the updated Stygian Abyss in last week's Underworld Ascendant trailer out of PAX South, but the bits showcasing the game's "authored" visual style were broken up by longer segments of the developers talking about the game. As much as I'm happy to listen to guys like Warren Spector, Paul Neurath, and Tim Stellmach discuss the biz and what they're getting up to, the truth is that I wanted to see more of the game itself.   

You're a sword-wielding fox in animal action game Vulpine

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You're a sword-wielding fox in animal action game Vulpine

Developer Clockwork Giant Games holds a very literal understanding of the term "armed to the teeth," or so their game Vulpine leads me to believe. It's a low-poly action game with procedurally generated worlds where you play as animals wielding swords and hammers. Like, between their teeth. 

Get a 240GB solid state drive for $70 and a 4TB hard drive for $100

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Get a 240GB solid state drive for $70 and a 4TB hard drive for $100

If you're planning a new build, you may have decided to roll with a solid state drive for you OS and games, and a hard drive for bulk storage chores. It's a sensible approach, giving you the best of both worlds without breaking the bank. It's even better when you can grab one or the other on sale, or both, as is the case here.

Intel hints that Cannon Lake and Ice Lake will not be affected by current exploits

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Intel hints that Cannon Lake and Ice Lake will not be affected by current exploits

By the numbers, 2017 was a fantastic year for Intel—it collected a record $62.8 billion in revenue for the full year, including $17.1 billion in the fourth quarter alone, which was also a record. Naturally Intel was quick to point out those facts when discussing its latest financial results, though the question on everyone's mind is not how much money Intel is raking in, but what is it doing about Spectre and Meltdown? The answer is, it's making changes to its silicon.