Half-Life: Google Translate Edition is full of wonderful gibberish

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Half-Life: Google Translate Edition is full of wonderful gibberish

Google Translate is the greatest poet of our age, capable of turning the most mundane sentences into evocative prose. At least once you've run the text through different languages a few times before translating it back into English. That's what modder SausageEggs did for all the dialogue and text in Half-Life. The result is magical. 

Ubisoft increases its investment in more free-to-play idle games

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Ubisoft increases its investment in more free-to-play idle games

Ubisoft has announced the acquisition of Kolibri Games, a mobile game company that develops and publishes free-to-play idle games. Ubisoft acquired a 75 percent share in Kolibri January 31 with plans for its stake to increase to 100 percent over the next several years.

The Witcher's Henry Cavill discusses the 'iconic' bath scene

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The Witcher's Henry Cavill discusses the 'iconic' bath scene

Here at PC Gamer, we're just a little bit obsessed with a certain monster slayer's bathing habits. We love a bit of Tub Geralt. We've probably posted that screenshot more than any other image. Seeing it recreated in the Netflix adaptation was a high point of the series, but it wasn't quite a 1:1 imitation. In a BBC Radio 1 interview, Henry Cavill explains why.

Camelot Unchained developer announces a second online game before finishing the first

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Camelot Unchained developer announces a second online game before finishing the first

Camelot Unchained, an MMO from the lead designer of Dark Age of Camelot, had a successful Kickstarter campaign back in 2013, but it looks no closer to launching than it did six years ago. The first beta, initially planned for 2015, didn't appear until 2018 and there's still no word on a release date. In the meantime, City State Entertainment has been working on a second game, Colossus, due out by the end of the year. Oh dear.