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German Studio Daedalic Working on ‘The Lord of the Rings: GOLLUM’ Video Game

German game developer Daedalic has partnered with Middle-earth Enterprises to develop and publish a new game, which Lord of the Rings fans might consider, “Their Precious.” As announced on Monday, Daedalic is working on their upcoming title, Lord of the Rings: Gollum which is set to release in 2021 on PC and “all relevant console platforms at that time.” This action-adventure game is set to follow the years of the popular J.R.R. Tolkien character after he acquired the One Ring but before the events of The Lord of the Rings novels and films. Which is to say we get to know
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New Cyberpunk 2077 Development Video Hints That the Wait Will be Long

CD Projekt Red, the now legendary studio behind the creation of The Wither franchise, have released a development video chronicling the early story of creating the much-anticipated Cyberpunk 2077. The feature shows the pressure the creators are under and how nervous they were to unveil the game at last year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. Narrated by Doug Cockle, the familiar voice of Geralt of Rivia, the video shows no new gameplay or real tidbits of information not already known but it provides a fun peak behind the curtain of the dedication being put into the game. The biggest information of note
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Upgrading Arcade 1UP Pac-Man With Raspberry Pi, Part 2

So when I last left you, we had a working Arcade 1UP Pac-Man cabinet and a selection of additional parts purchased to allow it to play more than just Pac-Man and Pac-Man Plus. Let’s open up this pickle jar. The first thing that needed to be done is to remove the original control panel. If you have done any research into upgrading these types of cabinets, most have been done to the Street Fighter Edition cabinet. The reason for that is the control panel for it is already a two player panel. No need to recreate the wheel. All that
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Updating ‘Arcade 1UP Pac-Man’ with Raspberry Pi

When I posted my review of my son’s Arcade 1UP Pac-Man cabinet, I mentioned that I would like to one day, upgrade it to play more games. Seeing as I had a little time, I have accomplished this goal. After quite a bit of Google research, I found that the easiest way and the one that brought the least amount of expense was going the Raspberry Pi route. For those of you unfamiliar, the Raspberry Pi is basically a computer in a very small package. People use them for a number of different projects but they have become increasingly popular for
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