The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz

Somehow, I was convinced to start playing Dark Souls. 30 hours later, mistakes have definitely been made. Luckily for you, the Circle doesn’t make those kinds of mistakes in this week’s Roundup!

Ben Gilbert outlines one of the HoloLen’s less well known features: an extremely limited field of view.

Dan Ackerman talks Nvidia G-Sink, the technology that tackles screen tearing and input lag, moving from desktop-only to laptops.

Samit Sarkar reports on Shigeru Miyamato’s logic behind the Wii U’s lackluster sales. One part failed message, one part bad timing.

Ebenezer Samuel reviews LEGO Jurassic World, similar to many other LEGO titles, but not in a bad way.

Mike Futter details the newest King’s Quest game, A Knight to Remember. The five chapter title releases next month.

Sara Clemens writes about masks and The Legend of Zelda in this fiction piece.

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