Google Stadia will be “faster and more responsive” than local gaming hardware

Google Stadia will be “faster and more responsive” than local gaming hardware

Google Stadia will be faster and more responsive than local gaming systems in “a year or two,” according to VP of engineering Madj Bakar. Thanks to some precog trickery, Google believes its streaming system will be faster than the gaming systems of the near-future, no matter how powerful they may become....

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The Outer Worlds, Stellaris, and More Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass for PC

The Outer Worlds, Stellaris, and More Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass for PC

“Are you feeling anything that could be construed as explosive cell death? No? Wonderful! Let’s get started.” –  Dr. Phineas Wells from The Outer Worlds We think this quote from The Outer Worlds is applicable in most situations. No explosive cell death? Awesome! Speaking of explosive, we’ve got a great...

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This Fallout 4 mod expands Diamond City with new quests and locations

This Fallout 4 mod expands Diamond City with new quests and locations

Fallout 4 is a pretty huge game as it is, but there’s a new mod ready to pack even more quest content, locations, NPCs, and more into the heart of The Commonwealth’s post-apocalyptic hub, Diamond City. The Bleachers – A Diamond City Story Fallout 4 mod adds a fully-voiced adventure...

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AMD announces Ryzen 9 3900 and Ryzen 5 3500X CPUs

AMD announces Ryzen 9 3900 and Ryzen 5 3500X CPUs

AMD has launched two Ryzen 3000 CPUs: the Ryzen 9 3900 and the Ryzen 5 3500X. Following in the footsteps of the desktop family launched on July 7, 2019, these processors pack the latest 7nm Zen 2 architecture in all its glory. But there is a catch, these chips will only be...

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Intel Tiger Lake to double Ice Lake’s frame rates with only 50% more GPU cores

Intel Tiger Lake to double Ice Lake’s frame rates with only 50% more GPU cores

Intel’s 10nm Ice Lake processors have only just started making an appearance in today’s laptops, but already we’re seeing benchmarks appear with the next-gen Tiger Lake CPUs front and centre. With 50% extra execution units the Gen12 GPU at the heart of next year’s 10nm processors will reportedly offer twice...

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“We need to inspire more females to get involved in gaming” says Intel esports exec

“We need to inspire more females to get involved in gaming” says Intel esports exec

Intel’s UK esports and gaming lead, Scott Gillingham, believes there’s more sponsors, organisers, and companies can do to improve diversity among esports professionals and audiences. Intel is a major name in esports, not just for its lineup of CPUs and SSDs used within many of the competitors’ systems, but also...

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Devs celebrate women in games by hosting a Steam sale and donating the proceeds to charity

Devs celebrate women in games by hosting a Steam sale and donating the proceeds to charity

In celebration of the UN-created observance, International Day of the Girl on October 11, a host of developers and publishers are joining forces to raise awareness for women and games and raise funds for charity. Companies like 505 Games, Fullbright, Supergiant, and XSEED are putting their titles on sale through...

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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order system requirements are out now

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order system requirements are out now

October 9, 2019 The Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order system requirements have been updated on the Origin store. The game no longer recommends 32GB of system memory, instead settling for a far more reasonable 16GB. The recommended specs for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order are now up on the Origin store....

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