The best upcoming PS5 games you’ll need to play


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Sony’s PlayStation 5 is launching in just a few weeks, on Nov. 12 and while there’s no one killer app in the PS5’s launch lineup, there are several games that will probably be solid: Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and Demon’s Souls spring to mind. 

But when you look at what’s coming to the PS5 in 2021 and beyond, things get a little more interesting 

Here’s our list of PS5 games we think you should know about. 

God of War: Ragnarok

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OK, to be fair, all we’ve seen of God of War: Ragnarok is its logo. And even then, it’s probably not even the full logo. But there are still many reasons to be excited. 

It’s a sequel to 2018’s God of War, which

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Apple’s HomePod Mini bursts with new features. Here’s how you’ll use them

When Apple unveiled the new HomePod Mini last week, it introduced a litany of next-level features aimed at competing with Google Home/Nest Audio and Amazon’s family of Echo speakers. 



a close up of a computer: Apple's new HomePod Mini is about half the size of the original HomePod, but brings new Siri features. Screenshot/Apple


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Apple’s new HomePod Mini is about half the size of the original HomePod, but brings new Siri features. Screenshot/Apple



a close up of a computer: Apple's new HomePod Mini is about half the size of the original HomePod, but brings new Siri features.


© screenshot/Apple

Apple’s new HomePod Mini is about half the size of the original HomePod, but brings new Siri features.


Not only does the compact HomePod Mini’s $99 price tag make the Siri-powered smart speaker more affordable than the HomePod ($299), it also includes an array of new features that even the full-size HomePod and rival speakers lack,, like automatically pairing two HomePod Minis in the same room.

We haven’t gotten our hands on a HomePod Mini just yet, and it won’t be available for preorder until Nov. 6 (devices ship and go on sale Nov. 16),

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