Gaming (10)

The END of E3?

You might have heard that this year's version of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And that's no surprise given that...

Kelly in Gaming 01 June 2020

The Best Games for Learning Game Development [2020]

When we were younger all we wanted to do was make our own Super Mario game. We’d take graph paper, look at level maps in Nintendo Power, and try to design our own Super Mario Broth...

Den in Gaming 29 May 2020

Best Gaming Laptop 2020 (4K & 144Hz+)

When you are a competitive gamer, choosing the perfect gaming laptop is the most crucial step to a winning career. The latest gaming laptops these days have upgraded their overall...

Den in Gaming 25 May 2020

Why Old Games Look So BAD? Upscaling explained

You're digging through some old moving boxes you never unpacked, and you discover your old console with a bunch of retro games.  You dust it off, and after managing to hook it up t...

Alex in Gaming 20 May 2020

Laptop VR Testing + VIVE Cosmos Elite Overview

How well does VR perform on different laptops, and what do you need to get set up? I’ve got the VIVE Cosmos Elite from HTC and we’ll go through what’s needed to play VR on a lapt...

JT in Gaming 16 May 2020

Is The Xbox Series X BETTER Than The PlayStation 5?

There's a new console war brewing, again, but it's going to be quite different from the ones we've seen in the past. The Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 will be going head-to-head...

Alex in Gaming 26 April 2020

Better Graphics For FREE. DirectX 12 Ultimate

Typically, when we get excited about improvements to gaming performance, it's because of some new piece of hardware like a high refresh rate monitor or a graphics card that's beefi...

Den in Gaming 26 April 2020

RTX Finally Has a Reason to Exist: Minecraft!

The RTX Real-time Ray Tracing Beta for Minecraft Bedrock is finally here and it looks absolutely amazing.  I'm going to tell you guys all about it. But first, there's some really c...

Den in Gaming 23 April 2020

Valve released Proton 5.0, a package to run Windows games on Linux

Valve has published the first release of a new branch of Proton 5.0, which is based on the experience of the Wine project and aims to provide Linux gaming applications created for...

Alex in Gaming 08 February 2020

The State of Linux Gaming in 2019

Okay, you don't need to be a hacker to use Linux. In fact, all you really need is a spare flash drive, live USB software like Rufus or balenaEtcher, and a little bit of patience....

Alex in Gaming 10 September 2019