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Low Latency No. 91: Hurricane Morpheus heads to your living room

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(Credit score: Blake Stevenson) Low Latency is a weekly comedian on CNET’s Crave weblog written via CNET editor and podcast host Jeff Bakalar and illustrated with the aid of Blake Stevenson. Be positive to test Crave each Friday at eight a.m. PT for new panels! Need extra? Right here’s every Low Latency comic so far. [Read more]

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The most disappointing games of 2013

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So you had your fill of the best games 2013 had to offer and now you’re itching for the different facet of the fence. That’s the place this record of the most disappointing video games of 2013 has you coated.

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2013 was once dwelling to a handful of titles that didn’t reside up to the hype, however handiest a choose few can actually be labeled as the most disappointing. [Read more]

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The 15 best video games of 2013

December 19, 2013Gadgets News Update

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The very best 15 video games of 2013

2013 was once a main 12 months for videogames. Some of the technology’s most predicted titles at last had their day in the solar. However regrettably, best a choose few video games can be talked about in the “very best of” dialog.

Positive, 2013 was once a standout 12 months for blockbuster titles, however it was once additionally the stage for a smattering of unbiased video games and their small building groups.

So which titles made this 12 months’s checklist? Check out the gallery for the top 15. Now not seeing your favourite recreation of 2013? Yell at me about it in the feedback part beneath.

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Low Latency No. 83: Can you hear me now?

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Low Latency is a weekly comedian on CNET’s Crave weblog written through CNET editor and podcast host Jeff Bakalar and illustrated through Blake Stevenson. Be positive to take a look at Crave each week for new panels! Need extra? Right here’s every Low Latency comic so far. [Read more]

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Low Latency No. 76: See no evil

September 20, 2013Gadgets News Update

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Low Latency is a weekly comedian on CNET’s Crave weblog written by way of CNET editor and podcast host Jeff Bakalar and illustrated with the aid of Blake Stevenson. Be certain to test Crave each Friday at eight a.m. PT for new panels! Need extra? Right here’s every Low Latency comic so far. [Read more]

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Low Latency No. 66: Your feedback matters

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(Credit score: Blake Stevenson)

Low Latency is a weekly comedian on CNET’s Crave weblog written by using CNET editor and podcast host Jeff Bakalar and illustrated via Blake Stevenson. Be positive to test Crave each Friday at eight a.m. PT for new panels! Need extra? Right here’s every Low Latency comic so far. [Read more]

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Low Latency No. 62: No one is safe

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Low Latency is a weekly comedian on CNET’s Crave weblog written by means of CNET editor and podcast host Jeff Bakalar and illustrated with the aid of Blake Stevenson. Be positive to take a look at Crave each Friday at eight a.m. PT for new panels! Need extra? Right here’s every Low Latency comic so far. [Read more]

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Low Latency No. 52: The waiting game

February 22, 2013Gadgets News Update

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(Credit score: Blake Stevenson)

Low Latency is a weekly comedian on CNET’s Crave weblog written with the aid of CNET editor and podcast host Jeff Bakalar and illustrated by using Blake Stevenson. Be certain to test Crave each Friday at eight a.m. PT for new panels! Need extra? Right here’s every Low Latency comic so far. [Read more]

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Sony PS4 event skewered in animated parody

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Low Latency No. 48: The truth about Graph Search

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Low Latency is a weekly comedian on CNET’s Crave weblog written through CNET editor and podcast host Jeff Bakalar and illustrated via Blake Stevenson. Be certain to test Crave each Thursday at eight a.m. PT for new panels! Need extra? Right here’s every Low Latency comic so far. [Read more]

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