If you’re like a lot of people and are just tired of
futuristic shooters, then the 2019 Call
of Duty release could be the bandage that finally heals your wound. The news broke during an earnings call with
investors – the same one that announced the firing of 800 employees – and it
was said that Call of Duty could continue with its usual three-year development
cycle. That means that Infinity Ward is taking the reigns on this year's release and it’s been said that the new
game will be “rooted” in franchise history.
That says a lot but, at the same time, Infinity Ward hasn’t
exactly wowed the world with the last few CoD games. How do you climb out of
that hole? Well, you bring back a fan favorite – Modern Warfare. I wouldn’t
hold my breath for a reboot of Modern Warfare II, despite the fact that many of
us would love to see it, but it could end up being just as good if not better.
Now, all of these does coincide with rumors and...
At a mere 14.95~15.75mm thin, Zephyrus S is 12% slimmer than the original Zephyrus (GX501). It’s equipped with the latest Intel® Core™ i7-8750H CPU and up to NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1070 Max-Q graphics, making it ideal for work or play. Super-narrow bezels squeeze a 15.6-inch display, with a 144Hz refresh rate and 3ms response time, into a 14.2-inch chassis. The all-metal chassis is strong enough to meet military-grade durability standards without compromising on design, with sleek lines and a premium finish. An advanced cooling system ensures optimal performance of all components, incorporating the proprietary Active Aerodynamic System (AAS) — a design and engineering hallmark of the Zephyrus series.
ALL-METAL CHASSIS COMBINES DESIGN WITH FUNCTION
One of the biggest challenges with creating such a thin laptop is making sure that the chassis strikes the best balance between strength and weight: Zephyrus S uses a mix of aluminum and magnesium alloys in its construction to achieve this balance. Each lid is meticulously...
Anthem’s VIP demo kicked off last Friday and lasted through
the weekend, but many found it too
troublesome to even play. Some players
couldn’t get in, and those that did, experienced all kinds of issues ranging from
lack of overall performance to crashing. BioWare, naturally, sprung into action
to address concerns for those on PCs but, at the end of the day, it wouldn’t be
good enough, as there were also server capacity issues at hand. Fortunately,
this was only a VIP demo, and there’s still a public demo on the way. That will
give some players a better chance to get in and slaughter some grabbits, but don’t expect it to be a
problem-free experience either.
Accord to Chad Robertson, BioWare’s Head of Live Service,
Claims there’s a lot of work that still needs to be done after an “eventful”
weekend. In a summary of the weekend, he said that severs were stabilized on
Saturday afternoon and his team managed to maintain that stability through the
rest of the VIP demo period. The servers turned off Sunday evening as the Live
After it was announced that Metro Exodus would be released
through the Epic Games Store as opposed to Steam, PC gamers all over the world
went on digital strike. It took just minutes for bad reviews to start showing
up on steam as everyone tried to protest the change in release platform.
Boycotting of the game has been in full effect since, with Steam taking
hundreds of bad reviews for Metro Exodus. Not long after that, a 4A Games
developer that goes by the handle “scynet”
on gameru forums posted a rant in Russian that
included, among other things, a claim that if PC gamers boycott the game the
next in the series certainly won’t make it to the PC.
“But! Consider the situation deeper. Someone says that they
say they crap Exodus and the previous games in the series, it will make the
world better, they will put greedy developers in their place. To this, I can answer that in a pinch, if at all
all the PC players announce a boycott of the Metro, then the next metro,...
Desktop replacement laptops put incredible power in a portable package that you can take anywhere. They also make concessions to conform to a clamshell form factor that’s unnecessarily rigid for deployment on a desk. The legacy blueprint not only limits cooling, but also and locks you into a fixed position that’s really only required for use on a lap. That’s the last place you’ll find most desktop replacements, so we reimagined the form factor to raise your game. Instead of sitting flat, the ROG Mothership stands tall to draw more air into its advanced cooling system. Its keyboard detaches and folds to fit different scenarios, giving you the freedom to find the perfect position, and the innovative design leaves enough room to put all the speakers right below the screen.
The exquisitely machined aluminum chassis frames an ultra-fast 144Hz/3ms G-Sync display powered by the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX™ graphics and Intel® Core™ i9 processor. Better cooling allows us to push the CPU and GPU beyond stock speeds and still sustain...
The remake of Resident Evil 2 is nothing short of dreams
come true as we get to relive one of the greatest gaming stories of times past.
The remake, however, features a new character known as Mr. X and opinions about
him have been mixed at best. Some love the fact that he’s there as, after all,
he’s scary as hell and this is a horror game. Others, however, say that he
destroys the pace of the game altogether. It only took a few days before mods
for Resident Evil 2 started coming out with two of the best being the DMX “X
gonna give it to you” overlay and the mod that turned Mr. X into Thomas the
Tank Engine. Fun mods aside, if he actually ruins the gameplay for you, there’s
now a mod that can completely remove him from the game – like he never existed
in the first place.
The mod was created by MaVeRick,
and it’s known simply as “X No
More.” The coolest part about this mode is that it doesn’t break down
ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) today announced the ROG Strix (GL504) Hero II and SCAR II, all-new versions of the successful esports gaming laptops built exclusively for multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) first-person shooters (FPS) titles. Both offer a narrow-bezel design that allows for a more immersive experience for gaming on the go. Their slim frame makes the display feel more expansive and keeps focus on the class-leading panel, whose 144Hz refresh rate and ultra-fast 3-ms response elicit unparalleled smoothness and exceptional clarity. In addition, both are equipped with Intel six-core Coffee Lake processors and NVIDIA 10-series GeForce GTX graphics capable of delivering triple-digit frame rates in popular esports titles. Carefully tuned cooling, via proprietary HyperCool Pro technology keeps crucial components running at top speed during intense gaming sessions, and other improvements included an enhanced HyperStrike Pro keyboard, upgraded the lighting, and a four-antenna WiFi system enhanced with ROG RangeBoost for faster, improved connectivity.
The ROG Strix Hero II is identifiable by the diagonal 3D texture on the lid...
The Strix SCAR II puts an industry-leading 17.3-inch display — with a 144Hz refresh rate, 3ms response time, and complete sRGB coverage — into a 15.7-inch chassis, delivering immersive visuals while allowing for greater mobility. Strix SCAR II GL704 is equipped with powerful components and innovative features including the latest 8th Generation Intel® processors — up to Core™ i7-8750H — and an NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 GPU with 6GB of video RAM. Strix SCAR II also includes ROG RangeBoost technology, which intelligently utilizes additional antennas to extend Wi-Fi range. The HyperCool Pro cooling system incorporates three heatsinks and two fans, ensuring optimal system performance. The durable camouflage and Kevlar textures adorning the chassis take their design inspiration from first person shooter (FPS) games.
Smaller bezel for more impressive visuals
At Computex 2018, ROG set a new standard for gaming laptops by framing an ultrafast display panel with super-narrow bezels in the 15.6-inch versions of Strix SCAR II and Hero II...
This is mobile gaming at its finest!
While the just introduced ROG Mothership represents the future, the ROG G703 takes the present into the next generation. It is powered by 8th Generation Intel® Core™ processors with an optional factory-overclocked Intel Core i9-8950HK processor for speeds of up to 4.8GHz. Sticking to a traditional 17” laptop form factor requires beefier cooling and a thicker chassis to achieve the same performance as its deep-breathing sibling. The larger heatsinks and fans are so effective that the G703 can keep up despite having much less room to breathe.
ROG G703 features an IPS-level display with a 144Hz refresh rate, 3ms gray-to-gray (GTG) response time, and NVIDIA G-SYNC™ technology, allowing for super smooth gameplay even on Ultra graphics settings. G703 also features HyperDrive Extreme storage, which uses exclusive technology to combine three NVMe™ PCI Express® (PCIe®) SSDs in RAID 0 configuration for read speeds of up to 8700MB/s — the fastest ever on a laptop.
The GAEMS Sentienal Pro XP 1080 Personal Monitor Briefcase is now and sale. It's the latest evolution in their award-winning series of Personal Gaming Environments and while heavy does provide not a means to carry your console and game on the go but protect it in the process. The ultimate combination of console gaming portability and performance that GAEMS has become critically acclaimed for is now wrapped in a new sleek and patented design that provides a bigger gaming experience in a smaller, lighter hard-shell case. Paired with your favorite gaming console, GAEMS Sentinel with its new IPS panel transforms any space into your own esports arena or premier Personal Gaming Environment.
“We’ve redesigned Sentinel from the ground up to fit today’s gamer. Sentinel’s market is just as likely to be gamers competing in esports or creating online content related to games they play as they are to be casual gamers meeting up with friends to game together in the same room,”