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Old World (Enthusiast Game)

Lead generations of leaders in this historical Strategy game.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $990-$1600 for a new computer geared to run Old World.

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Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker (Triple-A Video Game)

This freshly expanded Massively Multiplayer entry in the Final Fantasy Series introduces additional jobs, races and embark on a new journey as the Warrior of Darkness.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $890-$1300 for a new computer geared to run Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker.

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Final Fantasy 7 (Triple-A Video Game)

Bringing back a portion of the 1997 Classic up to 2020 standards, this remake reboots the Final Fantasy 7 story with a real-time combat system and a few twists.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $1490-$1600 for a new computer geared to run Final Fantasy VII Remake.

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Borderlands 3 (Triple-A Video Game)

Blast and loot your way through the galaxy as a ridiculously stylish badass in the latest installment of the Borderlands franchise!

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $370-$1630 for a new computer geared to run Borderlands 3.

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Monster Hunter: Rise (Triple-A Video Game)

Originating from the Nintendo Switch, this installment of the Monster Hunter series takes some elements of World and brings you to new locales with new monsters to take down and a new story.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $250-$1600 for a new computer geared to run Monster Hunter: Rise.

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Movie Studio 2022 (Video Editing)

A light version of VEGAS Pro, it's a robust solution to get acquainted with more advanced video editing.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $350-$1400 for a new computer geared to run Movie Studio 2022.