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  1. Poignant The Midnight Sky wrestles with whether humankind is worth saving

    George Clooney directed and stars in adaptation of the Lily Brooks-Dalton novel

  2. Microsoft Flight Simulator in VR: A turbulent start for wide-open skies

    Basic impressions of what to expect—and hopes for patches to come.

  3. Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings have unique microbiomes, study finds

    Research could help slow down deterioration of aging artwork, unmask counterfeits.

  4. Reminder: Donate to win swag in our annual Charity Drive sweepstakes

    Help us set a new giving record by adding to our $35,000+ charity haul so far.

  5. Ars Technica’s best games of 2020

    These 20 titles helped a quarantined 2020 pass by that much more quickly.

  6. Lost Sega arcade classics born anew in cute, $130 Astro City Mini [Updated]

    Fun, clicky buttons, Sega rarities, and solid emulation—albeit with some issues.

  7. Review: Alice in Borderland takes us down a deliciously bonkers rabbit hole

    Alice in Wonderland and Ready Player One meet Lord of the Flies and Cube.

  8. Humanity is in danger of becoming obsolete technology in LX 2048

    Director Guy Moshe chats with Ars about his ambitious sci-fi film.

  9. The 15 best films of a bizarre (and probably historic) year for film

    Some good 2020 news: Most of our favorite films this year can now be enjoyed from home.

  10. Miyamoto leads fans through Super Nintendo World—and it looks incredible

    Nintendo, Universal Studios went all out to deliver a Nintendo-fan destination.

  11. Greenland is as much a love story as an epic spectacle of impending disaster

    Director Ric Roman Waugh on bringing hope and humanity to a harrowing tale.

  12. Back 4 Blood alpha test: Building decks, killing zombies, having co-op fun

    Design director says he's learned from Evolve—and fun, familiar co-op combat checks out.

  1. Sony delists PlayStation version of Cyberpunk 2077, offers refunds to all owners [Updated]

    Follows abysmal performance issues on base PS4; Xbox offers refunds, doesn't delist.

  2. Jeremy Bulloch, the original Boba Fett, has passed away

    News confirmed by the actor who played childhood Boba in prequels.

  3. “Simp,” “incel” part of newly banned insults on Twitch

    New policies also tighten restrictions on sexual harassment, hateful content.

  4. MindGeek: The secretive owner of Pornhub and RedTube

    Porn is everywhere, but the company that owns the most popular sites is out of sight.

  5. Don’t try this at home: George’s Marvelous Medicine is quite toxic

    Roald Dahl's classic children's story proved "remarkably accurate" about toxic effects.

  6. HBO Max patches its Roku hole six months after launch

    Adds over 100 million potential users; follows deals for PlayStation 5, Amazon Fire.

  7. What makes The Expanse so great: Good science, balancing epic with personal

    Ars chatted with showrunner Naren Shankar and writers Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck.

  8. Reminder: Donate to win swag in our annual Charity Drive sweepstakes

    Join hundreds of readers who have donated over $23,000 so far.

  9. The Super-est SuperFX: An unmodified SNES, revved up with ray tracing [Updated]

    FPGA board adds real-time RT effects, "sticks to the broad spirit of '90s technology."

  10. Alan Tudyk plays a crime-solving alien in disguise in Resident Alien trailer

    Syfy series is adapted from the Dark Horse comics by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse.

  11. CDPR admits it “ignored the signals” of Cyberpunk 2077’s console issues

    Refund requests are dependent on console/retailer policies, CDPR says.

  12. Modern Vintage Gamer talks dev details and hardware hackery

    Maker, breaker, emulator co-developer, YouTuber—MVG's been around the block.

  1. Twenty years later, Dungeons & Dragons gets another movie adaptation

    Co-director clinches a Freaks & Geeks full-circle conclusion.

  2. EA set to pay $1.2 billion for Codemasters and its stable of racing games

    $1.2 billion purchase is part of a trend of game industry consolidation.

  3. Amid massive bugs, CDPR offers refunds for Cyberpunk 2077 on consoles

    Studio promises patches in next two months will fix “most prominent problems.”

  4. Stroll down memory lane with this 1996 instructional video on How to Internet

    Everything You Need to Know About... Introduction to the Internet is on the Internet Archive.

  5. We have a winner in the world’s first quantum chess tournament

    It’s like playing in a multiverse “but the different boards are connected to each other.”

  6. VR meetings are weird, but they beat our current reality

    VR app called Arthur lets you, distant colleagues collaborate within a 3D meeting space.

  7. Copyright law is bricking your game console. Time to fix that

    Op-ed: An exemption to the DMCA could make DIY console repairs possible—and legal.

  8. The Expanse S5 review: The show is bigger, bolder, and better than ever

    The board is set, the pieces moving, and the show's fifth season is devastatingly good.

  9. We’ve got our first real look at Loki as Disney drops lengthy teaser trailer

    It was just one of a smorgasbord of offerings presented at Disney's Investor Day.

  10. More Disney 2021 plans: Kate McKinnon as Elizabeth Holmes, Y: The Last Man on FX

    Wait... they got Mahershala Ali to revive Blade, too?

  11. Disney+ drops Andor teaser, announces gazillion other Star Wars projects

    Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy introduced them all at Disney's Investor Day.

  12. R.I.P. Henri, le Chat Noir, angst-ridden feline YouTube star for the ages

    Will Braden, aka the "thieving filmmaker," announced Henri's passing on Facebook.