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How To Fix Your Switch Pro Controller’s D-Pad

Over the last year, the Nintendo Switch has built up an impressive collection of 2D side-scrollers and classic arcade games. Unfortunately, those games rely heavily the D-Pad, and the D-Pad on the Switch Pro Controller can be frustratingly unreliable. Last weekend I fixed mine, and you can, too. I’ve been obsessively playing Hollow Knight overcontinue…

Asus ROG Strix B360-F Gaming review: A great foundation for Intel Coffee Lake PCs

When Intel first introduced their 8th Gen Coffee Lake CPUs, anyone looking to upgrade their processor only had a single choice of motherboard chipset: the rather expensive Z370. Mercifully, Intel have now expanded their 300-series family to encourage budget builders to make the jump too – and the B360 chipset is one of them. To findcontinue…

Intel accidentally spills the beans on new 9th Gen CPU series

Intel might have accidentally revealed some details of their new 9th generation of processors last night, giving us our first glimpse at what lies beyond the company’s current crop of 8th Gen Coffee Lake CPUs. Nothing’s been announced officially yet, but a couple of internal documents that were made public yesterday mentioned a string of 9000-series processorscontinue…

Nintendo has unveiled a Minecraft-inspired 2DS XL with the Creeper Edition

Nintendo has unveiled a Minecraft-themed 2DS that’s one of three handhelds launching in Japan this summer. A Creeper Edition 2DS XL is launching in Japan alongside an Animal Crossing and a Mario Kart 7 handheld. The Minecraft-themed 2DS is kind of a big deal, representing the collaboration between Microsoft and Nintendo in bringing cross-play tocontinue…

Acer Nitro 5 review: A budget gaming laptop with one massive flaw

‘Gaming laptops’ and ‘cheap’ aren’t words that normally go together. Decent machines need well over a grand to be sunk on them. But Acer’s Nitro 5 is a stab at making a budget laptop gaming around the £800 / $900 mark. At that price, you get an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor (you’ll have to wait forcontinue…

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