This working calculator in Cities: Skylines is powered by human poo

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This working calculator in Cities: Skylines is powered by human poo

Though the video above might look incomprehensible, what you're actually looking at is a working calculator that runs on human poop. Not real human poop, mind you, but the simulated human poop from city-building simulator Cities: Skylines. Engineered by a player named Daniel Bali, this relatively simple 4-bit adder can do some basic addition of small numbers, and it's also the first time anyone has built a working computer inside of Cities: Skylines.

A Warhammer 40,000 live-action television series is in the works

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A Warhammer 40,000 live-action television series is in the works

The Witcher isn't the only grim fantasy melodrama that's making the move from videogames to television. Games Workshop announced today that it's teaming up with Frank Spotnitz's Big Light Productions to make a live-action series based on the Warhammer 40,000 universe, called Eisenhorn. You might not know Spotnitz by name, but he created Amazon's TV adaptation of The Man in the High Castle.

Control system requirements revealed

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Control system requirements revealed

Remedy's multi-dimensional action-adventure Control is set to come out on August 27, and with that not much more than a month away—my goodness, where did the time go?—the system requirements are now posted on the Epic Games Store.

Everreach: Project Eden is an indie action-adventure with a strong Mass Effect vibe

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Everreach: Project Eden is an indie action-adventure with a strong Mass Effect vibe

Everreach: Project Eden is a story-driven, third-person action-RPG set on the distant world of Eden, home of humanity's first interstellar colony. But something's gone wrong (because something always goes wrong), and now it's up to you, as Everreach Security Division Lieutenant Nora Harwood, to explore the world, secure the project, and discover the secrets of the ancient, long-lost civilization that used to call the planet home.

Watch how this incredible Sekiro-inspired PC case mod is built

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Watch how this incredible Sekiro-inspired PC case mod is built

One of the best things about attending conventions like CES and Computex is getting the chance to check out all the crazy, unique, and downright cool case mods—and we've seen some great ones over the years, like a PC case with a transparent LCD screen powered by wind turbine engineering, and a Donkey Kong arcade machine mod. Corsair usually rolls out their own Overwatch and World of Warcraft-themed mods at Blizzcon, too, but you don't always need to attend these conventions to see the best of the best.

Ghost Recon Wildlands' final major update will add a new battle royale-style game mode

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Ghost Recon Wildlands' final major update will add a new battle royale-style game mode

Ubisoft said last year that the technical challenges involved in adding a battle royale mode to the third-person shooter Ghost Recon Wildlands made it "impossible to undertake right now." Apparently it's made some progress since then, because the final major update to the game will add a new mode called Mercenaries that will bring what sounds an awful lot like a small-scale BR/survival experience to the mean streets of Bolivia.

Sea of Thieves' Black Powder Stashes update is live

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Sea of Thieves' Black Powder Stashes update is live

Sea of Thieves' latest update has arrived: Black Powder Stashes, a new series of missions that will send pirates out to collect gunpowder barrels from forts and cash them in with the various factions. The update also brings a bunch of other tweaks, changes, and new commendations to Sea of Thieves, and it's live right now. On PC, the update is about 6 GB. You can watch the trailer above.