Monthly Archives: September 2015

Nvidia launched Grid game streaming service out of beta as GeForce Now

Nvidia has unveiled the full release of its GeForce Now game streaming service (formerly known as Grid). It’ll be on the Google Fiber store in Utah, Provo, Kansas City, and Austin on October 1, as well as making its debut … Read the rest of this entry

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Humble Indie Bundle 15 features Gang Beasts, Planetary Annihilation

The funny thing about Humble Bundle is that I looked at the latest and thought, “15? Surely they’ve run out of games by now?” but of course they haven’t, because an independent game developer is born every minute. Gang Beasts, for example, is … Read the rest of this entry

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The PC Gamer Show: Prison Architect devs, VR, TwitchCon

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AMD has expanded its embedded graphics lineup

While AMD is still struggling with its desktop graphics marketshare, they’re still fighting the good fight against Nvidia and Intel. AMD makes the GPUs for all three current generation game consoles, and today they announced a new range of discrete graphics … Read the rest of this entry

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​Counter Logic Gaming talk the past and future of North American League of Legends

Zaqueri ‘Aphromoo’ Black Early in the dawn of League of Legends history, the best region in the world was North America and the best team in North America was Counter Logic Gaming. They were the first and oldest of the … Read the rest of this entry

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Amazon Flex is really an Uber for high-speed deliveries

When word got out about Amazon Flex, it wasn't clear exactly how it worked. Was it a pick-it-up-yourself service? Not really, as it turns out. The online retailer has finally taken the wraps off of Flex, and it's ultimately an … Read the rest of this entry

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Logitech’s latest mechanical gaming keyboard is also pretty light

Mechanical keyboards aren't just for old school PC users anymore — they've also become fairly popular among the PC gaming crowd. The downside for all that glorious, mechanical keyboard feedback? They're usually pretty hefty. Logitech aims to solve… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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Grab free Steam keys for Time Gentlemen, Please and Ben There Dan That

Two of the funniest adventure games on Steam are now yours to own entirely for free, thanks to this week’s massive Steam key giveaway! Time Gentlemen, Please and Ben There Dan That affectionately parody ’90s point and click classics with … Read the rest of this entry

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Prison Architect leaves Early Access with new mode next week

Prison Architect is leaving Early Access in October—October 6 to be exact. However, Introversion’s prison management sim isn’t going to slip quietly out without raising the alarms: its story is being expanded with a new four-chapter campaign, while the game is getting a brand new … Read the rest of this entry

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Rainbow Six: Siege won’t have a campaign, but there’s training and bots

Rainbow Six: Siege will not have a single-player story mode, a spokesperson for Ubisoft has confirmed. Speaking at EGX 2015 (via PCGamesN), art director Scott Mitchell said that training missions and bots will serve those who do not wish to play online. … Read the rest of this entry

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