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Hatsune Miku in Crypt of the Necrodancer feels like the perfect crossover

Crypt of the Necrodancer just won’t die — and that’s a good thing. The nearly decade-old roguelike rhythm game received new content on Thursday, bringing virtual pop star Hatsune Miku into the fold as a playable character. Developer Brace Yourself Games says Hatsune Miku is one of the more challenging…

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The Pirate Queen interview: How Singer Studios and Lucy Liu brought forgotten history to life

I had a favorite version of Mulan growing up (Anita Yuen in the 1998 Taiwanese TV series). I obsessed over Chinese period TV series like Legend of the Condor Heroes, My Fair Princess and The Book and the Sword. I consider myself fairly well-versed in Chinese historical figures, especially those…

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The Morning After: Apple’s car project may be dead

After roughly a decade, multiple leadership changes and a regular spot in Apple rumor reports, the Apple Car project, internally known as Project Titan, could well be dead. A new report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says Apple has officially canceled the car, breaking the news to nearly 2,000 employees working…

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The Morning After: These are the first Xbox-exclusive games heading to Switch and PS5

In the big Nintendo Direct presentation yesterday, we learned of two of the four Xbox titles Microsoft said would appear on “the other consoles.” One of them is Pentiment, coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PS5, well, today. Microsoft The critically acclaimed Pentiment has been an Xbox, PC and Xbox…

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Paramount Global lays off a reported 800 employees

Paramount Global said Tuesday it’s laying off some of its “very valued colleagues,” including on its Paramount+ team. Variety reported Tuesday the cuts will affect about 800 employees, an estimated three percent of the media giant’s workforce. “I am confident this is the right decision for our future,” CEO Bob…

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The Morning After: Twitter alternative Bluesky is no longer invitation-only

Bluesky, the open-source Twitter alternative, is now open to anyone. After being in beta for a little less than a year and with just over three million users, the social media platform is an option if the ruins of X (formerly Twitter) or Threads aren’t doing it for you. Bluesky…

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