PlayStation Store: January’s Top Sellers

So then, let’s take a look at the first Top Sellers chart of 2015, shall we? Capcom’s newest remaster of the iconic survival horror masterpiece Resident Evil won the day, securing the top slot on both the PS4 and PS3 charts, but Techland’s parkour zombie bashing sim Dying Light wasn’t far behind on PS4. Read […]

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Biostar Kicks Off New Gaming Hardware Series with Gaming Z97X Motherboard

Say hello to USB 3.1 Biostar’s been making a concerted effort to gain a reputation as a high-end hardware player, and it’s doing it by releasing boards with enthusiast grade and sometimes unique feature-sets. We saw it last summer with the release of the TD85, a motherboard with half a dozen PCI-E slots intended for […]

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AMD Radeon 300 Series GPUs Nearing Release

Company is ‘putting finishing touches’ Ever since the furor over GTX 970’s specs first erupted last month, AMD has been having plenty of fun rubbing salt into Nvidia’s self-inflicted wounds, reminding GTX 970 owners how Nvidia lied to them and asking those interested in getting a “real video card at a decent price” to go […]

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Raspberry Pi Freezes When Subjected to Xenon Flash

SMPS chip to blame The Raspberry Pi 2 credit card-sized computer that went on sale a week back has been a talking point ever since. Initially, it was all about its many improvements over the first-gen Pi and the fact that it will eventually be to run a free version of Windows 10. Now, however, […]

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More Project Spartan Images, Details Emerge

Current version of Project Spartan is said to be only marginally better than IE11 in HTML5 compliance When it officially unveiled the Project Spartan (codename) browser last month, Microsoft said it would not be part of “our first few Insider builds.” It is hard to say how much longer we might have to wait for […]

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More Project Spartan Images, Details Emerge

Current version of Project Spartan is said to be only marginally better than IE11 in HTML5 compliance When it officially unveiled the Project Spartan (codename) browser last month, Microsoft said it would not be part of “our first few Insider builds.” It is hard to say how much longer we might have to wait for […]

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DirectX 12 Doesn’t Disappoint in Early Tests

The new low-level API easily outperforms DX11 in Star Swarm benchmark The latest preview build of Windows 10 includes DirectX 12 and supports a new graphics driver model in the form of Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) 2.0. Lest you take the new graphic driver architecture lightly, know that this is the most significant WDDM […]

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DirectX 12 Doesn’t Disappoint in Early Tests

The new low-level API easily outperforms DX11 in Star Swarm benchmark The latest preview build of Windows 10 includes DirectX 12 and supports a new graphics driver model in the form of Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) 2.0. Lest you take the new graphic driver architecture lightly, know that this is the most significant WDDM […]

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This Week in PlayStation

Hello, friends! Let’s take a look back at the biggest PlayStation news of the past week. A few personal highlights: Sid played Dark Souls II on PS4. I’m jealous. We unboxed the super-slick Collector’s Edition for The Order: 1886. Oh yeah, and here’s the honest-to-goodness first 18 minutes of Bloodborne, thanks to our pals at […]

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