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EngadgetDec 08, 2023
Here's everything that was announced during The Game Awards
The Game Awards is over and done with, leaving an empty theater in Los Angeles and plenty of happy game developers placing pointy statuettes on their mantels. To that end, Larian Studios and its massively successful RPG Baldur's Gate 3 was the big winner of the night, taking home the prize for game of the year, player's choice, best multiplayer game and more.

Remedy's Alan Wake 2 was also on fire, winning best game direction, best narrative and best art direction, among others. The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom paraglided away with the statue for best action/adventure and the RPG Sea of Stars won for best indie game, with Cocoon being awarded best debut indie game.

Okay. Now that the actual awards are out of the way, let's get to the good stuff. The main reason people watch The Game Awards is for reveals and trailers, and this year didn't disappoint. There were over a dozen announcements, and here are the best and brightest of the bunch.

Light No Fire Boy oh boy, a new title from Hello Games, the makers of a little-known space sim called No Man's Sky. The studio has finally announced a follow up, which has been in development for five years. Light No Fire, another three-word monosyllabic game name, is being billed as the "the first real open world" title, a lofty promise that Hello may be able to pull off. The world is allegedly the same size as Earth, with secrets and mysteries around every corner. It's also multiplayer, which is neat. Who knows

PC World Latest NewsDec 08, 2023
Unlucky power supply buyer finds box of iron shavings inside

Other posters on the Reddit thread (spotted by Tom's Hardware) immediately suspected that the box was included to add weight to the power supply, going by the ancient received wisdom that if it's heavy then it must be expensive. But others took a closer look at the PSU, which covered the original Chinese brand with an English "Equites" label sticker. Another poster noted that the power supply has no input protection or output protection, no overcurrent protection, and that its actual output was barely half the 500 watts on the label.

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