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PSA: PC Versions Of GTAV Have Malware

PSA: PC Versions Of GTAV Have Malware A famous man once said “A sucker is born every minute.” That phrase has been proven to be true time and time again, as folks have been scammed over the years with promises of good, cheap land, huge returns on stock market investments, or even just promises of free iPads and other items if you...
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Makers Of Day One: Garry’s Incident Take Down TotalBiscuit Video, Internet Goes Nuts

Makers Of Day One: Garry’s Incident Take Down TotalBiscuit Video, Internet Goes Nuts Fact is, not every game you’ll ever see out is a masterpiece. Day One: Garry’s Incident is one of those games, a complete mess of bad animations, frustrating controls, a plethora of bugs and glitches, and overall it’s just a poorly designed excuse for a game. Most of the time when a...
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Star Citizen Reaches $23 Million Goal

Star Citizen Reaches $23 Million Goal One of the games I’ve been following for awhile is a little space-sim called Star Citizen. It’s been in development for over a year, but unlike most games this one in particular is trying to get away without using any sort of loans or using a major publisher. For awhile that wasn’t a...
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Watch Dogs Delayed To Spring 2014

Watch Dogs Delayed To Spring 2014 When Watch Dogs was first announced back at E3 2012, the gaming world stood up and took notice. After all, it was quite a bit different than anything we have seen before, and needless to say everybody was excited. It was supposed to be a release-day title for the Xbox One and PS4, but unfortunately things...
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Valve Shows Off Their New Controller

Valve Shows Off Their New Controller Last month Valve made a few big announcements. First, they showed off their new Linux-based SteamOS, and after that they formally announced that they were designing the Steam Machine in order to bring Steam into the living room. Perhaps their most ambitious idea that they announced was their new Steam...
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Xbox One, PC Cross-Play “Makes A Lot Of Sense”

Xbox One, PC Cross-Play “Makes A Lot Of Sense” When it comes to video games each system is fundamentally locked down. Xbox 360 owners can only play with other 360 owners, PS3 folks can only play with other PS3 folks, and PC aficionados can only play with other PCs. Every so often, though, you’ll see a game try to break that trend and bridge the...
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AMD Will Be Coming To Steam Machines, Says Valve

AMD Will Be Coming To Steam Machines, Says Valve When Valve unveiled their specs for their beta Steam Machines, it’s easy to see just how powerful they are. After all, these particular computers contained anything up to an i7 processor as well as an Nvidia Titan GPU! But there has been a noticeable absence from these prototype machines: none of them...
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Review – Oblanc UFO Headset (PC)

Review – Oblanc UFO Headset (PC) There’s one extremely important aspect to gaming on a computer, and that would be sound. Obviously your mouse, keyboard, and monitor play a pretty huge role in things, so don’t try to get all technical on me. When it comes to the first two, you don’t really need precision instruments...
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