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NVIDIA Warps In 4K DSR & SLI Support For No Man’s Sky With GeForce 372.54 Drivers

From time to time a game comes along that looks good, but you just want it to look better. That game this time around is No Man’s Sky and with the newly released 372.53 drivers from NVIDIA, you can push it even further with Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) and SLI. For those…..

Published on August 16, 2016

It’s All Relative – An In-depth Look At Paradox’s Stellaris

Stellaris is a brand-new sci-fi 4X strategy game made by the folks at Paradox. The company is best-known for its period games like Europa IV and Crusader Kings 2, so does it have what it takes to bring us boldly into the future of space exploration? Or is it doomed to reside in oblivion at the center of a black hole?

Published on June 20, 2016

An Oh-so-satisfying Demon Shooter: DOOM (2016) Review

DOOM set off a firestorm of debate back in 1995, and it came down to: you either liked it, or you didn’t. The game pushed the boundaries at the time, and it solidified itself as the standard of the FPS genre. Now, almost 20 years after that turbulent time, id has rebooted the franchise. Does it still hold sway over gamers in this day and age? Let’s cock that shotgun and find out.

Published on June 17, 2016

Tt eSPORTS Levels Up With New Level 10 M Advanced Gaming Mouse

With all things, there is a time and place. Right now that thing is eSPORTS, and the time is now – to bring the best gaming peripherals that gamers have ever seen! *Ehem* Got a little excited, mainly because it is a good time to be a PC gamer due to there…..

Published on May 24, 2016

Ashes of the Singularity Review

Total Annihilation brought us our first big world RTS game. Now there is a new kid on the block, Ashes of the Singularity. Does it bring back the splendor of that golden age of RTS games, or is this one doomed to the void of oblivion? Find out in our review of Ashes of the Singularity.

Published on April 19, 2016

Valve To Bring Dynamic Bundle System To Steam

There are situations where it makes sense to do something one way and not another. Take Valve’s past policy on game bundles, as an example. Bundles are always offered at a discounted price, but if you own any game in that list, you do not get an extra copy, nor will it…..

Published on March 8, 2016

Vertagear Advances In Design, Space And Comfort With New P-Line Gaming Chair

There are many gaming chairs out there, but there are few that can handle the bulky, ever-aging (and expanding) gamers out there. Sometimes those requirements are met on scale but not on weight or both at the same time. Now, I’ve never been a small guy. I’m 6 foot tall with a large…..

Published on February 17, 2016

A Quick Look At Shark Punch’s The Masterplan

There are plans that go very well and there are plans that, well, fail miserably. But, there is always a plan. The Masterplan puts your criminal mind to work to plan the most elaborate and lucrative heist in 1970’s history: robbing Fort Knox. The best way to prepare for it is to…..

Published on June 8, 2015

StarDrive II Review – Take Me To Your PC

The best turn-based games allow you to control an entire domain either through automated control or through in-depth micromanagement. The original StarDrive took things a bit further by taking the game to the stars – but it had its share of problems. Does StarDrive II address these and improve on the original? Let’s find out.

Published on May 28, 2015

Grand Theft Auto V Review

GTA has taken us from a 2D top-down simulator to a 3D third-person shooter. We’ve been taken back to the 80’s in Vice City and brought back with GTA V. The series has always strived to be innovative, push the bounds of propriety, and focus on a singular theme. Does GTA V’s eclectic multi-person story live up to its predecessors?

Published on April 29, 2015

Grey Goo Review: A Classic In A Modern Age

Grey Goo is the newest kid on the real-time strategy block. It was created by veteran RTS studio Petroglyph, and while this title may have the pedigree, does it mean that it will win our hearts and minds when going up against the crowd favorite MOBA? There’s only one way to find out.

Published on March 27, 2015

DuOS Review: Bringing An Android Environment To Your Windows Device

With so many devices out there, on many different operating systems, deciding which one you should purchase can be difficult. DuOS helps lessen that burden by providing an Android tablet experience on your Windows computer. Does DuOS step beyond the barriers that currently divide these OS’s, or are we still locked into one OS per device?

Published on March 23, 2015

Evolve Review: The Evolved Strike Back

There are many different ways a developer can approach a co-op game. Straight-forward FPS? Zombie infestation? Another World War II title? None of this for Turtle Rock Studios. The proof is Evolve, a game that incorporates a brand-new 4v1 formula. Let’s find out if the game’s unique design is its strongsuit, or downfall.

Published on February 25, 2015

Dying Light Review: Because The Night Isn’t Just For The Living Anymore

Are you afraid of the dark? How about if you’re in the midst of a zombie outbreak? This is the recipe behind Techland’s new zombie survival game, Dying Light. Will this be a shining beacon in Techland’s turbulent zombie history, or are we just insane to think it’s done better?

Published on February 16, 2015

Elite Dangerous Review: It’s Full Of Stars

The Elite series has been around for almost 30 years, with the last game having graced our monitors 20-years-ago. Given that, it’s safe to suspect that Elite Dangerous has a lot to live up to. Does it? Or should we abort this docking?

Published on December 31, 2014

The Crew Review: Life In The Not so Fast Lane

The Crew is Ubisoft’s newest franchise, and it’s been touting it hard as being the ultimate racer. As it puts gamers squarely in the driver’s seat with a license to go fast either solo or with friends, we have some questions: Does it have what it takes to overtake the competition? Or does it use too much NOS and burn itself out?

Published on December 15, 2014

Far Cry 4 Review: Can You Take Me Higher?

Things have changed in the Far Cry series. We are no longer on a sunny tropical island. Instead, we’re now being taken to new heights in a fictional country called Kyrat, which resides in the Himalayan region. Let’s find out if this change of scenery breathes new life into the series, or if it suffocates from reaching too high.

Published on December 4, 2014

Dragon Age Inquisition Review: Roaring Back To Life

Dragon Age Origins took many RPG fans by immense surprise, with its lengthy story, fascinating characters, brilliant control scheme and et cetera. Unfortunately, its second installment was the exact opposite. But now, we have Dragon Age Inquisition: Did BioWare learn from its mistakes or did it just roll another critical number one?

Published on December 1, 2014

Assassin’s Creed Unity: The Not So Finished Review

Assassin’s Creed Unity takes us back to Paris, France during the late 1700s revolutionary war, where we’re thrust into the shoes of Arno Dorian and his story during this difficult and historically significant time. Unfortunately, his story cannot yet be told, and our review has been cut short due to the tremendous…..

Published on November 21, 2014

Getting Your Head in the Game – TrackIR 5 with TrackClip PRO Review

The TrackIR 5 is unique; it provides us the ability to turn our heads and look around our surroundings with no input from our hands. Does this product have the ability to finally change the way we game or are we doomed to keep playing with baby toys for the foreseeable future?

Published on October 29, 2014

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