CategoryGames


The Batman: Arkham Origins Official 17 Minute Gameplay


The Batman: Arkham Origins Official 17 Minute Gameplay walkthrough video features Senior Producer Ben Mattes and Gameplay Director Michael McIntyre at WB Games Montréal as they guide viewers through the mechanics of the new title, highlighting the game’s deep combat system and engrossing narrative. Over the span of 17 minutes, you’ll see the Dark Knight explore the Batcave, beat down on thugs and infiltrate […] Continue Reading


POWERCOLOR ROLLS OUT THE LATEST R9 290X WITH LIQUID COOLING


 

Taipei, Taiwan –Dec. 18, 2013 – TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today announces the first and only R9 290X with liquid cooling solution in the market. As always, PowerColor have joined forces with award-winning cooling manufacture EK Water Blocks to create the PowerColor LCS R9 290X as a must have for every enthusiastic PC users.

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Watch Dogs System Requirements Leaked Early


Earlier today Ubisoft put the recommended specifications for the upcoming game Watch Dogs, but it looks as if this was a mistake because they have already taken them down. Luckily the guys over at NextPowerUp.com grabbed them before Ubisoft could get the page offline.

What we know if the game requires a 64-bit operating system, so anyone with a 32-bit OS will have to upgrade to play the game. Additionall […] Continue Reading


Galaxy S5 Will Included Fingerprint and Retinal Scanner


 

The news team over at Teqki.com has just reported the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 will come with not only a fingerprint scanner, but an eye scanner as well.

“According to the new rumors that have leaked about Samsung Galaxy S5 suggest that it will possess a Quad HD Screen and also fingerprint scanner along with the eye scanner. These reports have been recently leaked by ZDNet KoreaContinue Reading


Thermolab ITX30 & Nano Silencer 2009 Heatsink Review


Technology is shrinking, there is no denying that fact. However, we don’t subscribe to the notion that the desktop is dying outright. Instead it is going through a change, a shrinking if you will. With today’s technology, instead of needing full sized towers to accommodate a gaming PC you can buy a small form factor case and build a system that would make gamers from the past […] Continue Reading


AMD Kaveri GPU 40% Faster than Intel i5-4670K in FireStrike


 

AMD’s acquisition of ATI paid off this year when the company went in the black for the first time in years due exclusively supplying to all the major console makers. Another clear benefit from snagging the ATI team was it gave AMD an upper hand when it came to embedded graphics in their processors and while the performance is still no-where near most discreet graphics cards the upcoming processors […] Continue Reading


HotHardware and N3V Games Super Spooky NVIDIA SHIELD Giveaway!


Nvidia Shield makes PC Gaming portable and here is your chance to snag one for free, plus some app cash to get you going.

Enter here: http://hothardware.com/News/HotHardware-and-NVIDIA-Super-Spooky-SHIELD-Giveaway/

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Buy Battlefield 4 for only $19.99


 

Update: Promotion has ended

Battlefield 4 is still one of the hottest games on the market and here is your chance to own this great game for just $20. The list price for the game right now is $29.99, but you can get an extra $10 by following the steps below.

To save an extra $10 off of Battlefield 4 you need to follow these easy steps:

Step 1: go to http://www.dpgamer.com/ to r […] Continue Reading


EVGA Z87 Stinger Motherboard Review


 

It can be said that as a company, EVGA has a way of marching to the beat of their own drums. Even though they are not the largest nor the best selling motherboard manufacturer, they have engendered deep loyalty among enthusiasts and within overclocking circles over the years through their overclocking-centric video cards and mainboards. EVGA is also largely cons […] Continue Reading


iBuyPower Steam Box Prototype Pictured


 

If you think Valve will be the only ones selling Steam Boxes think again. Engadget has just released some images of iBuyPower’s Stream box prototype, which is a SFF system running an early build of the Steam OS. The company wants to emphasis that these are simply early builds and things could change along the way, but for now there are two models in the works, codenamed Gordon and Freeman. The two […] Continue Reading