Kingdom Under Fire 2 is coming in November

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Kingdom Under Fire 2 is coming in November

Gameforge announced in July that after a decade of waiting, the MMOARTS Kingdom Under Fire 2 would finally be coming to North America. Doubts would be understandable—it was supposed to arrive in 2009, after all—but today the publisher kicked off preorders and dropped a new trailer committing to a November release.

Super cute town adventure Garden Story harvests a publisher

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Super cute town adventure Garden Story harvests a publisher

Ever since Stardew Valley exploded in 2016, we've been treated to a number of other indie developers creating small farming, crafting, and life sims. They've yet to reach the cultural dominance of Battle Royales, but if they did I'd be a happy camper. All that to say, I've been quietly following Garden Story since it first came across my Twitter feed last year. Yesterday, developer Picogram announced that it had landed a publisher (two, in fact) and a release window for the spring of 2020.

You can fight the law in Cyberpunk 2077, but the law will win

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You can fight the law in Cyberpunk 2077, but the law will win

The odds are very good that at some point during your adventures in Cyberpunk 2077, you'll run into trouble with the law. Hey, it happens—everybody runs into a little bit of bad luck that's totally not their fault now and then, right? But producer Richard Borzymowski told USgamer that there are ways you can mitigate your risk factors—beginning with knowing where it's good to be bad.

Strap on these futuristic flip-flops to run around in VR

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Strap on these futuristic flip-flops to run around in VR

There aren't many compact and immersive VR foot controllers on the market, but Cybershoes GmbH is looking to change the way we move in VR games. The company attended Gamescom last year with a prototype, but this year it returned with a third and final design, plus a 360-degree swivel chair and matching carpet. 

Next-gen Threadripper is in AMD’s plans, but probably not multi-GPU support

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Next-gen Threadripper is in AMD’s plans, but probably not multi-GPU support

For the most part, AMD's existing high-end desktop (HEDT) Threadripper family is far less interesting now than it was prior to the recent launch of third-generation Ryzen CPUs. After all, the mainstream Ryzen lineup culminates in the Ryzen 9 3950X, which wields 16 cores and 32 threads of computing muscle. Most people would not view those specs as being mainstream. Even so, do not go writing Threadripper's obituary just yet.