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AMD seems to have been having a hard time moving its graphics cards lately, which is a bit of a shame, because they're capable hardware—just check out our most recent GPU review to see evidence of that. If you've been considering a GPU upgrade, AMD just sweetened the pot with a game bundle that lets you select two of... Read more...
This November will mark four years since Microsoft introduced its latest-generation Xbox Series X|S game consoles. Now as we head into this year's holiday season, Microsoft is expanding its console family with a trio of new SKUs that add more storage and color options to the fray, including an Xbox Series X Galaxy... Read more...
Some four decades ago, developers of the game Tarzan for the ColeVision console were ready to release a version for the Atari 2600, but it never saw the light of day. Why? Crummy timing, for the most part—the infamous video game crash of 1983 upended the industry for a spell, and games like Tarzan fell by the wayside... Read more...
Corsair joined in the festivities at Computex 2024 with its new vision for the sim racing community. The company announced its upcoming Sim Rig, which can be customized to fit the driving style of individual sim racers. The idea of creating a customizable experience for its customers is not new for Corsair. The... Read more...
Among the several announcements NVIDIA is making at Computex this year, one that will be of interest to fans of compact gaming builds is a new set of "SFF-ready" guidelines for both GeForce graphics cards and desktop cases. The idea behind the guidelines is to make it easier for do-it-yourself (DIY) system builders... Read more...
It's a pretty solid bet that GTA VI is not coming to PC on release, but what about later? Neither Rockstar nor Take-Two has said anything on the topic. We could infer from history that the game will hit PC a year or more after the console launch, but if that's the case, Strauss Zelnick isn't saying so—but he also... Read more...
Yesterday afternoon, Sony gave its latest "State of Play" presentation showcasing new and upcoming games for its platforms and from its studios. While the response to Sony's show has ranged from enthusiastic glee to outright outrage, we're going to sidestep all of that and just show you the stuff that was presented... Read more...
Well, that was relatively fast. Earlier this month, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) unveiled a "major update" to its DisplayHDR specification, with version 1.2 adding key (and more stringent) metrics to earn a DisplayHDR badge. Now just over three weeks later, LG says its 45-inch UltraGear OLED... Read more...
You go to YouTube to watch videos, but Google hopes you might want to play some games while you're there, too. A raft of online games within YouTube is being rolled out widely after being tested with YouTube Premium subscribers over the last few months. The "Playables" collection includes some 75 games, including... Read more...
TP-Link has issued an important firmware update for its Archer C5400X wireless router for gamers, a popular tri-band model that debuted several years ago and was branded as being "recommended" for NVIDIA's GeForce NOW cloud gaming service. Left unpatched, owners of the affected model could succumb to a nasty attack... Read more...
Dell has some awesome deals available for the Memorial Day Weekend on both desktops and laptops. The deals span from a beastly Alienware Aurora R15 gaming desktop, to a more budget friendly XPS desktop. Alienware Aurora R15 Gaming Desktop The Alienware Aurora R15 gaming desktop comes packed to the gills. From an... Read more...
Today the console wars are largely fought between Microsoft (Xbox One X|S) and Sony (PlayStation 5), and you can throw Nintendo (Switch) in there as well. But arguably the first console skirmish of real significance took place several decades ago, with Atari and Intellivision duking it out. Now over 40 years later... Read more...
AMD's Radeon Anti-Lag has been around since 2019; it's not a new technology. However, the company's attempt to deploy an upgraded version of the driver-based input lag reduction feature late last year was abortive, as users who employed it found that they quickly got banned off of their favorite competitive games. AMD... Read more...
Late last year, Meta introduced the Meta Quest 3, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 Gen 2 and retailing for $499.99. Despite how cool virtual reality is, that price is still a bit exclusive for some, and though there are sales, that still isn’t enough. Thankfully, it would seem Meta may have had its hand tipped... Read more...
Razer Blade 18 Gaming Laptop: Starts At $3,099, $4,499 As Tested We put Razer's biggest, baddest Blade gaming laptop to date through its paces and found it to be both powerful and quite pretty. Classic Razer Aesthetics Phenomenal Laptop Display Surprisingly Svelte Excellent Spatial Sound Forward-Looking Thunderbolt 5 Connectivity Despite Size,... Read more...
ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has announced what it says is the only foldable mobile controller currently available—ROG Tessen—which is a neat party trick (and convenient for storage), but it's not the only thing it has going for it. The ROG Tessen also sports some nifty capabilities to level up your gameplay on... Read more...
Super Mario 64 is one of the most beloved video games of all time, and it's also one of the most thoroughly dissected video games of all time. There's a complete recompilation for PC including dozens of mods that allows players to add new areas, entities, and mechanics, play the game with ray-traced graphics, or even... Read more...
When video game satirist videogamedunkey announced that he was opening a game publishing house, most people were understandably skeptical. Was this another bit? Was he really calling his nascent publisher "BIGMODE"? What kind of games would he publish? It turns out that yes, BIGMODE was in fact for real, and its first... Read more...
It wasn't even three months ago when we brought to attention a price drop on AMD's Ryzen 9 7900X3D processor, which at the time had fallen to its lowest price ever at $409.99. If you decided to wait a little bit longer hoping for an even better deal to emerge, then pat yourself on the back and then whip out your... Read more...
Stern Pinball, Inc. announced its newest line of pinball games featuring the most feared assassin, John Wick. The new line of pinball games were created in collaboration with Lionsgate, and will be available in Pro, Premium, and Limited Edition models. Pinball machines have been an iconic center piece in many... Read more...
HELLDIVERS 2 has had immense success over the past few months, with millions of players worldwide. However, the positive reception of the game has been somewhat soured by a policy change announced earlier this week. At the game's launch, the requirement to link Steam accounts to a PlayStation Network account was... Read more...
Cooler Master aims to keep gamers cool under pressure with two new gaming chairs touting the company’s COOL-IN technology. The Caliber X2C and Caliber R3C also come with multi-position armrests and the ability to recline from 90 to 180 degrees. The company says the new gaming chairs were designed for unparalleled... Read more...
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