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SIX Batman Games Free on EPIC Store Right Now!

We love a free game, and I'm sure you do too. However, when six free games drop in all at once, well then we have to shout about it. "FREE GAMES!" and on top of that, they're bloody good free games too. It's the Batman Arkham ...

3 weeks ago

Google Reveals New Stadia Pre-order As Founders Sell Out

Since the announcement of the Google Stadia, there has been more than a little curiosity surrounding the system and, put simply, whether it will actually be any good or not.It seems, however, that consumers are (so far) ...

4 weeks ago

Samsung Says Their Latest PCIe 4.0 SSDs ‘Can’t Die’

One of the pleasant perks of the recent release of the AMD Ryzen 3000 processors (and their respective motherboards) was the launch of the PCIe 4.0 interface. Offering blisteringly faster speeds (compared to the prior technology) ...

4 weeks ago

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max Confirmed Having a 25% bigger battery

With the release of the Apple iPhone 11, a lot of the attention has been turned towards the 'premium' end of the models with the Pro Max. With Apple boasting around a 5-hour improved battery life-span (compared to the prior XS ...

4 weeks ago

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Reveals Beta PC Requirements

I have to admit that it's been a very long time since a Call of Duty game managed to grab my attention. With the upcoming release of Modern Warfare, however, while I'm not necessarily over a barrel just yet, I am more than a ...

4 weeks ago

Goldeneye 64 Unreal Fan Remake Reveals New Screenshots

GoldenEye 64 is, without a doubt, one of the biggest gaming classics of all time. As the name would suggest, however, it has remained somewhat stubbornly loyal to its original N64 launch platform and Nintendo shows very little ...

4 weeks ago

ADATA XPG Reveals its Lightning Fast SX8100 M.2 2280 SSD

It's been a rough few years for PC owners as prices for practically all components have seemed to increase by fairly substantial levels. Fortunately, however, there has been some light at the end of the tunnel. With falling memory ...

4 weeks ago

Valve Starts Banning Dodgy Dota 2 Accounts for Nearly 20 Years!

Dota 2 is, without a doubt, one of the most popular MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) games around. Having a (largely) free-to-play structure (with, of course, some payment options) despite its age, it still maintains a very ...

4 weeks ago

Antec Launches its NX1000 System Case

Antec is an exceptionally well-known brand in the PC component market largely thanks to its excellent and large range of products. Comparatively speaking, however, you would probably reel off their power supplies or coolers before ...

4 weeks ago

Intel’s Upcoming i9-10900X Cascade Lake-X CPU is Spotted

We are fully expecting (all going well) for Intel to release their 10th-generation Core series processors at some point this month. Admittedly, with less than 2-weeks to go Intel is keeping us waiting and with all the upcoming ...

4 weeks ago

Fractal Design Vector RS Blackout PC Case Review

The Fractal Design product range is one often associated with premium quality and performance. Admittedly, they've stepped into the budget realm with a few of their more recent cases. When you think of premium Fractal Design ...

4 weeks ago

Ghostbusters 2020 Will Feature Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson

So, 2019 got off to a pretty amazing start when it was revealed that a new Ghostbusters film was on the way. It was welcome news to fans of the franchise since this was going to act as the official 3rd part of the original series. ...

4 weeks ago

Japanese Student Wins (and Loses) $46,000 at Gaming Contest

In recent years, the prize pools given at competitive gaming tournaments have gotten pretty amazingly high. At some competitions, you can win as much as 7 digit prizes for being the best at a particular game. This does, however, ...

4 weeks ago

Twitch’s Latest Sexual Content Crackdown is Causing Confusion

Twitch has always had something of a problem in moderating content that, at the very least, could be considered (even marginally) sexualized. Getting to the point here, we are predominantly talking about female streamers who may ...

4 weeks ago

Microsoft Confirms Another NEW Windows 10 CPU Usage Bug

I have to admit, based on all of the recent issues we have heard following the recent KB4512941 update to Windows 10, I am beginning to feel like something of a broken record here. If you ever needed any proof that Microsoft ...

4 weeks ago

PlayStation Store Launches Huge Retro Gaming Sale

We have all become somewhat accustomed to the various sales the online gaming platforms put on to try and tempt us into prying open our wallets, but there are few genres currently more popular than those deemed to be within the ...

4 weeks ago

George R.R. Martin Confirms Game of Thrones Prequel Show

It's been nearly 4 months now since Game of Thrones concluded and I think it's fair to say that amongst the fans, the reaction to how it all ended was something of a mixture between passable satisfaction to outright ...

4 weeks ago

The HP S430c 43.4-inch Curved Ultrawide Monitor is Revealed

If you are currently in the market for a new monitor, then the chances are that you might be looking at a curved-screen to give you that extra little flash of style and ergonomics in your display. A cursory glance, however, would ...

4 weeks ago

Rockstar Games Launcher May Hint To Substantial PC Releases

It seems that pretty much everyone has some form of games launcher on the PC these days. Most recently, of course, we saw Epic Games evolve this into their store which (despite mixed opinions) is providing to be very popular. The ...

4 weeks ago

Nvidia Launches Call of Duty Modern Warfare GPU Promotion

Nvidia has (quite regularly) in recent years looked to bundle in upcoming game releases with their graphics cards. In fairness, it's not a bad promotional tool. Particularly if you were planning to get the games anyway. It at ...

4 weeks ago

Ni no Kuni System Requirements & Launch Trailer Released

I must admit that since Bandai Namco announced Ni No Kuni Remastered, there have been few games that I've been so eagerly counting down until release. With it being just a few days away, I'm looking forward to spending an entirely ...

4 weeks ago

AMD Supply May Hit Problems As TSMC triples Lead Times

AMD has something of a huge advantage in the market at the moment as, quite simply, they're able to produce a lot of processors thanks to the excellent production levels at manufacturer TSMC. Their 7nm designs (seen in their ...

4 weeks ago

Latest Windows 10 Patch Found to Cause Even More Problems!

Since the release of the Windows 10 optional update KB4512941, it was found to cause a number of problems on the operating system. Most specifically, that Cortana was (for reasons unclear) gobbling up an entire core of your CPU. ...

4 weeks ago

Corsair iCUE 465X RGB Smart PC Case Review

Corsair are one of the most dominant forces in the PC component market, and they have been for quite some time. Their product range is huge, and they've certainly had more wins than losses over the years. This is especially true ...

4 weeks ago

Blizzard – WoW Classic Bug Exploiters Face ‘Punitive Measures’

I must admit that I was somewhat cynical of WoW Classic when it neared release. I suspected that the way in which they were releasing it (as part of the main subscription package) was a mistake and, as such, following some initial ...

4 weeks ago

New Steam Algorithm May (Ironically) be Hurting Indie Devs

It's pretty well established that in terms of the games Steam recommends to you, the list can largely be repetitive and mostly concentrating on some of its most popular releases that you either don't want or don't care about. Last ...

4 weeks ago

Microsoft May Be Moving to AMD for their New Surface Laptop

There is very little doubt that with the release of their Ryzen processors a little over 2-years ago, a lot more manufacturers have started to pay attention to AMD's products. We have already started to see a number of major ...

4 weeks ago

AMD EPYC Rome Processor Performs Real-Time 8K Encoding

While the AMD EPYC processor might be a product largely appertaining to the HEDT level of consumers, it is still absolutely undeniable that in terms of raw power, they are some of the best CPUs out there.Just how good are ...

4 weeks ago

Win A be quiet! Pure Base 500 PC Case!

If you're looking to start putting your next system build together, then one of the first (and arguably most important) components is your system chassis. It is, after all, where your components are going to be residing and as ...

4 weeks ago

be quiet! Pure Base 500 Case Review

Many of you may know be quiet! for their high-end power supplies and coolers most of all. However, a few years ago they took a dive into the world of PC cases. They've had great success with them too, such as their first PC ...

4 weeks ago

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