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Beginning on May 16th, Xbox Game Preview will give players special access to the first three hours of Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition’s gameplay, for free!

Head of Xbox Phil Spencer congratulates Sony on the God of War reception, while a bunch of Xbox One, PS4, and PC games go free for the weekend.

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Shenmue I & II are being re-released for a new generation as they launch both physically and digitally on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with a PC release on Steam in 2018.

Sony's PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro aim to be entertainment centers for the whole family, but that means that not every piece of content is appropriate for every age group, nor does it mean kids should have unfettered access to the console at all hours of the day. Photo: charnsitr/Shutterstock.com If you have younger members in your household and don't want them to get their hands on R-rated movies or M-rated games, you'll probably want to set up your PS4's parental controls. All you need are a few minutes...

Eventually, the Nintendo Switch will have a bunch of games you can play online. If you want to see what your friends are playing, all you have to do is add them as friends.If they're not in the same room as you and you haven't played online together yet, you need to use Nintendo's complicated friend codes. If you know where to go, though, it can be a quick and easy process. Here's how to add friends on the Nintendo Switch: 1. Go to your profile page. 2. Go to...

Verdict

The HyperX Cloud Alpha offers cozy ear cups, a premium-looking design and impressive sound quality in an affordable $99 package.

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While there's really not much of a comparison to its more expensive mechanical brethren, the Cynosa Chroma Pro is a great-looking membrane keyboard with surprisingly unique lighting. This article was originally published on Tom's Guide