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No, not easy easy. The first hint of Sea of Thieves' minimum PC spec has been teased by the devs at Rare, alongside some other nifty goodies for PC and Xbox gamers alike, and it's surprisingly relaxed -- this is not going to be an especially taxing title for your maxed-out gaming rig. You'll even be able to play it on a half-decent modern laptop.

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Cuphead turns players into perfectionists. The long-awaited hand-drawn action game is full of cartoony boss battles that demand enough precision and focus that even a single hit of damage feels unacceptable. Playing Cuphead is like a stage performance; every mistake is embarrassing, but the curtain call of each defeated boss is like nothing else.

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On Tuesday, President Trump and his administration announced that they would end the DACA program which allows undocumented youth brought to the United States as children to work and receive protection from deportation. Some major tech and gaming corporations have spoken out about DACA, including Madden and Sims studio Electronic Arts.

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With the launch of the Xbox One X only a few months away, Microsoft needs an interim win to keep people interested in the console that is currently in a very distant second place to Sony. Which is why it is no surprise that Xbox Marketing Manager Aaron Greenberg told GameReactor it was "talking to Sony" about the potential for crossplay between the two consoles.

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One of the most annoying trends in video games is the word "exclusive", which perhaps once meant "limited" or "restricted" but now, thanks to Microsoft and Sony, means absolutely nothing. Today's big exclusive is PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Which probably isn't an exclusive.

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Want to become an esports pro, but you're not quite good enough for Overwatch or League of Legends? Then perhaps you might want to try your hand at Microsoft Office esports.