EA recently launched a large publisher sale across Xbox 360, Xbox One and Windows. The sale is ending on Feb 8th for Xbox and Feb 9th for PC, so if you were on the fence about Star Wars Battlefront, or want an excellent deal on the backwards compatible Mirror’s Edge ahead of its sequel, Catalyst, then now’s your chance.
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Every weekend, Windows Central streams an Xbox game or two on Twitch for 1-2 hours and gives out free games to the cool people who join us during the stream. It’s like a live podcast, only you also get to watch a game while chatting with our awesome readers and viewers! Tonight at 9pm Eastern (8pm Central, 6pm Pacific, 2am GMT), we’ll be preparing for the Superbowl by playing NFL Blitz from EA Sports. NFL Blitz is a fast-paced arcade-style sportsball game. We want you guys there, chatting along. So we’re giving out ten Xbox gift cards! Read on for quick impressions and contest details. Just follow us at Twitch.tv/WindowsCentral, enable email notifications, watch along, and participate in chat for your chance to win. After the stream ends, be sure to check back for the YouTube replay video and contest winners.
Whether you capture photographs from your Windows Phone or a stand-alone digital camera, there will be times when a photo editor will come in handy from your Windows 10 PC. These editors can help you fine-tune your image or customize it with special effects filters. While there’s several excellent photo editors available on the Windows Phone side of the coin (Fantasia Painter, Black, Afterlight, etc.) in this roundup is focusing on the best photo editors available for your PC or tablet device. As is customary, if a photography app is available for both PC and Phones, we’ll add the link information to both. We’re focusing on photo editing apps available through the Windows Store, so that’ll exclude a few outside apps like Photoshop Elements. If we happened to overlook your favorite Windows photo editing app, let us know in the comments! Additionally, if you are interested in chatting it up about photography topics, jump over to our Windows Central Photography Lounge.