Wednesday, December 13, 2017

PC Games

Why Online Puzzle Games are Fun to Play

The human brain is a very interesting machine. It is divided into two parts, the right and the left, which deals with the creative part and the logical part respectively. Brain development takes place basically when both the parts of the brain work equally well. One of the best ways to make both the hemisphere of your brain work and help them develop well is by playing online puzzle games. But this is a benefit you get from playing puzzles. So, why does playing puzzles become fun? Why are online puzzle games so addictive that you feel like playing them ...

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New NVIDIA Trailer of The Rainbow Six: Siege Shouldn’t Upset Just AMD Users

Ubisoft’s latest trailer showing off Rainbow Six: Siege looks nice. Very nice, in fact, which shouldn’t be a surprise considering the camera angles, panning and various cinematic shots they’re deploying for what is supposed to be an intense first-person competitive shooter. But there’s a problem: it’s got NVIDIA all over the shop. And while that’s handy if you own a flashy GTX card, it’s not something gamers should be thrilled about. It’s not that Gameworks in principle is terrible or the kind of efforts that we shouldn’t expect GPU manufacturers to pursue. And it’s not as if the game is ...

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Get the Cruise With Regalia in Final Fantasy XV Details See How!

In Square Enix’s Active Time Report for Final Fantasy XV at PAX Prime 2015, director Hajime Tabata shared the latest on the game, including a look at how you’ll get to go cruising on the Reglia with Noctis and his crew. Auto mode will have the car go to its destination with Ignis as the driver. While Ignis takes control of the wheel, you’ll get to enjoy the scenery and conversations. As previously reported, Noctis’ father King Reigis is the owner of Regalia. While Final Fantasy XV will have a theme of bond between friends, it will also share a story that tells the ...

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Microsoft will Automatically Disable Pirated Games on Windows 10

Microsoft’s updated End User License Agreement terms and conditions let it disable any counterfeit software or hardware and, if you’re running a Windows 10 computer, you’ve just agreed to them. Section 7b – or “Updates to the Services or Software, and Changes to These Terms” – of Microsoft’s Services EULA stipulates that it “may automatically check your version of the software and download software update or configuration changes, including those that prevent you from accessing the Services, playing counterfeit games, or using unauthorised hardware peripheral devices.” This means that, if you use Windows 10, a Windows phone, or any of ...

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New PlayStation 4 Design Rolls Out From GAME

Lighter, less power-hungry and far less audible. The new PS4 hardware has finally hit UK shores. After launching first in its Japanese homeland, the new PlayStation 4 design is now starting to see daylight in the UK. Back in June it was revealed that Sony had been putting a new PS4 design through FCC testing in the US and we all assumed the new 1TB console that subsequently appeared in our stores was going to be sporting this new chassis. Unfortunately the first flush of 1TB consoles were simply the original hardware but with a new, capacious hard drive dropped ...

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Classic Chaos is Here with 2 New Gorgeous Environments

The new version of Chaos Reborn sees the introduction(News Via Kickstarter) of Classic Chaos multiplayer mode. In this game mode each player has a wizard with the same standard staff and bodygear with a random selection of spells. There is a separate league competition just for Classic Chaos, so for those of you who prefer this mode you will be able to win fame and glory. We have also added two new battle environments – Ruins and Citadel – along with a new batch of multiplayer maps. They look really fantastic! Here are some more details and screenshots: RUINS In ...

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AMD Days Will Be Over Soon

AMD was rarely profitable in recent years and had therefore in 2008 a new course taken, which should reduce costs. The own factories had AMD sold and wanted to focus on the PC market to “emerging markets”. According to analysts of Kerrisdale Capital Investment AMD was successful when it comes to the marketing of these steps towards investors, but in fact stand AMD already inevitable before the end. The technical progress of the competition, not competitive own offer, the structural changes that are not effective strategy of recent years and the deteriorating Blianzen were a poisonous mixture for the company. ...

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Nvidia Release The Witcher 3 Gaming Driver

What’s the section if we playing a much expensive sandbox RPG if you can not make each monster/dam villian look like they’ve stepped out of a L’Oreal advert? Fortunately—for Nvidia owners at least—a new ‘Game Ready’ driver has been released for GeForce cards, designed to optimise and conquer over the performance when using Hair Works and similar graphical additions. Check out some of the NVIDIA GameWorks effects integrated in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt! Over three-dozen animals and monsters feature NVIDIA HairWorks for stunningly realistic fur and hair that moves with the creatures movement as well as environmental effects such ...

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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Coming Holiday 2015; New Assassin is Jacob Frye

It has already been rumored that the next Assassin’s Creed title will be set in Victorian London, and the teaser confirms that with a few indicative hints cleverly placed in the official site of the new title as well as in the teaser. Syndicate will star an assassin named Jacob Frye. Preordering the game at Gamestop will grant you an Assassin’s Creed Syndicate shilling necklace, a replica of the one worn by Frye in the game. Ubisoft will officially reveal the new title on May 12 at 5 p.m. UK time (12 p.m. ET) during a livestream. The reveal of the ...

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Witcher 3 Screenshots Comparison Shows Possible Downgrade

Merely thirteen days separate hungry RPG fans from the release of CD Projekt RED‘s third chapter in Geralt of Rivia’s adventures. In order to further increase the hype surrounding the game (as if it was at all possible), the studio just shared these new The Witcher 3 screenshots on their Facebook page; interestingly, they also censored the quest log details, likely to protect fans from unwanted spoilers. See Another ScreenShots : Show New Monsters and a Baking Desert Still, the debate around the potential graphics downgrade hasn’t completely died down in the community. In fact, user Makaan70 from the official The ...

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