Kyle Orland

Senior Gaming Editor, Ars Technica. And I can juggle. | "Pedantic nerd of integrity" - tinyurl.com/y7elzlgx | Header: tinyurl.com/y9wbp8mm

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War Stories: Designing Dead Cells was a marriage of man and machine
July, 17 2019
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New standard Switch model will improve battery life 40 to 80 percent
July, 17 2019
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Nintendo deletes popular Mario Maker 2 level for unexplained reasons
July, 16 2019
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Why is there no smoking in Gears 5? It depends on who you ask
July, 15 2019
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Atari 2600 rarity Extra Terrestrials goes on sale for $90,000ars_ab.settitle(1535407);
July, 13 2019
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Evidence points to another Switch hardware revision on the horizon
July, 12 2019
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Steam uses machine learning for its new game recommendation engine
July, 11 2019
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Nintendo confirms portable-only, $200 “Switch Lite” for Septemberars_ab.settitle(1533805);
July, 10 2019
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Behind the 12-year-old Wii Sports hoax that briefly fooled the Internet
July, 6 2019
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Report: Microsoft still planning a low-cost, streaming-focused Xbox
July, 3 2019
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Mordhau developer denies it was planning a “toggle” for diversity
July, 2 2019
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Angry Shenmue III backers can get refunds after Epic Game Store move
July, 2 2019
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Paradox exec: Steam’s 30% fee is “outrageous”
July, 1 2019
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Indie developers suggest Steam Summer Sale confusion is hurting their games [Updated]
June, 27 2019
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Console makers seek to avoid 25% price bump driven by Trump’s trade war
June, 26 2019
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Super Mario Maker 2 review: A great sequel, playable on a better console
June, 26 2019
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Cease-and-desist transforms Mario Royale into DMCA Royalears_ab.settitle(1526985);
June, 25 2019
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Wizards Unite is a bloated, slow, Harry Potter-ified Pokémon Go
June, 21 2019
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EA: Loot boxes actually “surprise mechanics” that are “ethical and fun”
June, 20 2019
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Are these the first pictures of the “Switch Mini”?
June, 19 2019
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PSA: Upgrade 3 years of Xbox Live to Game Pass Ultimate for just $1
June, 17 2019
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Atari’s new VCS isn’t a console, but it isn’t quite a computer either
June, 13 2019
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Stadia’s E3 Doom Eternal demo made me a cloud gaming believer
June, 13 2019
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Konami announces plug-and-play TurboGrafx-16 Mini
June, 12 2019
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Switch Zelda sequel, Animal Crossing headline Nintendo’s E3 event
June, 11 2019
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Microsoft working to get “every single Xbox One game” working on Scarlett
June, 11 2019
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UPlay+ subscription lets you play every Ubisoft game on PC and Stadia
June, 10 2019
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Project Xcloud demo of Halo 5 nearly indistinguishable from local play
June, 10 2019
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Bethesda says its Orion tech can make all cloud gaming better, faster
June, 10 2019
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Fallout 76 updates promise turnaround after “well-deserved criticism”
June, 10 2019
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Double Fine Productions is Microsoft’s latest Xbox acquisition
June, 10 2019
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Microsoft reveals first details on “Project Scarlett” game console for 2020
June, 9 2019
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Baldur’s Gate III is finally official, coming to PC and Stadia
June, 6 2019
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Despite “revolutionary” promises, Stadia’s biz model is pure establishment
June, 6 2019
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Google Stadia requires $130 upfront, $10 per month at November launch
June, 6 2019
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Did Fallout 76 launch too early or just in time to be saved?
June, 4 2019
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Tesla’s next big feature is… a port of Cuphead?
June, 3 2019
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Apple expands tvOS gaming with PS4, Xbox One S controller support
June, 3 2019
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MAME for the masses? “Legends” arcade cabinet could thread that needle
May, 31 2019
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Xbox Game Pass is coming to Windows 10, but many questions remain
May, 30 2019
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In praise of ultra-short games
May, 29 2019
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Quake II gets free real-time raytracing updates on June 6
May, 28 2019
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GOP, Dem Senators officially introduce loot box, “pay-to-win” legislationars_ab.settitle(1510221);
May, 23 2019
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Why the quirky Playdate portable could succeed where Ouya failed
May, 23 2019
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Nintendo removing mobile games in Belgium over loot box concernsars_ab.settitle(1509363);
May, 22 2019
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See how much faster Sony’s next PlayStation can load Spider-Man
May, 21 2019
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PlayStation boss: “We believe the streaming era is upon us.”
May, 21 2019
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Report: Sony employees caught off guard by Microsoft cloud partnership
May, 20 2019
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Borderlands 3, other games temporarily removed from Epic Games Store sale [Updated]
May, 18 2019
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What Microsoft and Sony’s streaming partnership means for gaming’s future
May, 16 2019
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Kyle Orland is a writer who has produced content for arstechnica.com and arstechnica.co.uk
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Epic Games, Games Store, Game Pass, Super Mario, Loot Boxes, Game Developers, Mario Maker, Game Store, Xbox Game, Game Industry
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