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  1. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) has been rumoured to receive its own battle royale mode since last year. Aptly dubbed “Danger Zone”, Valve has made the mode official alongside making the game free-to-play, but it seems that not everyone supports the move. Danger Zone is “a fast-paced battle royale game mode built on CS:GO’s tactical gameplay where players use their wits, skill, and resources to fight to the finish,” according to Valve, including the same weapon play found in the base game. The crucial difference between Danger Zone and pre-established competitors on the ma
  2. Best gaming mouse 2021: the best gaming mice we've tested The best gaming mice you can buy in 2021 (Image credit: Future) Give yourself the gaming edge with the best gaming mouse. If you think that you only need the best gaming PC or best graphics card to have that immersive gaming experience, think again. Besides rounding out your RGB lighting effects, only a mouse designed specifically for gaming will deliver the speed, accuracy, and features you need to win, whether or not you’re gaming competitively.
  3. With COVID-19 shutting down many popular forms of entertainment, millions of consumers stuck at home have increasingly turned to video games to stave off cabin fever, making the gaming industry an even more alluring target than usual for cybercriminals. Indeed, a recent string of high-profile cyberattacks against prominent game developers such as Ubisoft, Capcom and WildWorks has reminded the industry that the threat has far from dissipated. “Gaming companies are great targets for ad fraud, credential fraud, bots or distribution of malware thr
  4. Intel's first discrete graphics processing unit in quite a while comes out this week. The Acer Swift 3x will be one of the first laptops to use Intel's Iris Xe Max GPU. Intel's latest flavor of its upgraded graphics architecture, Iris Xe Max, rolls out this week in three debut systems: the Acer Swift 3x, Asus VivoBook Flip TP470 and Dell Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1. Though Iris Xe, the integrated version baked into Intel's 11th-gen mobile processors, has already arrived in the Asus ZenBook 13 and others, Iris Xe Max is Intel's first discrete graphics processing unit
  5. 5 Graphics Settings Worth Tweaking in Every PC Game Sure, you can settle for the default presets, but even small changes can mean better performance—and a much better gaming experience. Illustration: Elena Lacey PC gaming can be a double-edged sword: Sure, you get better graphics and unparalleled customizability, but most people are hesitant to jump in. After all, what's the point of those amazing graphics if you have to spend a bunch of time
  6. How Microsoft's CEO, Xbox head say they won't screw up Bethesda In an interview, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Xbox head Phil Spencer discuss further acquisitions, how to keep making hits and what happened with TikTok. Microsoft may be known as a business software giant, powering most of the world's PCs and building backroom technology and tools. But it's also spent more than $10 billion buying development studios behind some of the most popular video games in the world. To Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, it's all about the future of software. Thoug
  7. Credit: Nvidia Nvidia may split its gaming GPU lineup into RTX and GTX series, including a new GTX 1160 Ti, according to reports. Videocardz suggests that a new card, the 1160 Ti, may launch around the same time as the rumored RTX 2060. Videocardz points to a Chinese site called Expreview, which is only available behind a password, so we can't directly verify it, so you should take this news with big grains of salt. It suggests that the new GPU may be called the 1660 Ti, though the Videocardz tipster suggests 1160 is the branding. According to the reports, the new series will still
  8. Atlas Game Release Date and Time Steam COUNTDOWN: Pirate MMO Latest News and Price Updates (Pic: STUDIO WILDCARD) Atlas is the brand new pirate game from Studio Wildcard, the developers behind the huge survival game hit, Ark Survival Evolved. The new game was revealed earlier this month at The Game Awards 2018 and teased fans with the prospect of a new world of exploration, survival and conquest. For anyone who didn't the see reveal, the game combines fantasy elements with a ‘New World’ feel, and seems to heavily revolve around ship-based travel and combat, underworld explor
  9. GOG Galaxy 2.0 is a big effort to unify your digital PC game library across launchers like Steam, the Epic Games store, and GOG itself. It launched with support for console platforms through Xbox Live and PlayStation Network, and the latest update expands the potential library in a major way – to “basically any game in existence.” The second major GOG Galaxy 2.0 update adds a global search feature, which lets you quickly dig through your library to find the games you want. But it also pulls from a broad set of data on – as far as we could test it – every game ever made, and you can use th
  10. Jedi: Fallen Order hands-on: Finally, a solid EA Star Wars game⁠—is that enough? We go hands-on with solid third-person combat, chat with Respawn's dev team. Listing image by EA / Respawn LOS ANGELES⁠—How much is a solid single-player Star Wars adventure game from EA worth in 2019? That answer might have been different six years ago, when EA's brand-new investment in the Star Wars universe had everyone wondering how epic its games would turn out. Since then, one huge project sputtered, then was outright canceled, while two Star Wars Battlefront re
  11. It's July 2019. It's been roughly 11 months since Valve introduced the world to a new version of Steam Play and a compatibility layer called Proton. Today, nearly 5700 Windows-only Steam games run great on Linux with just a click of the "install" button, and many more are becoming compatible every month as Valve and the Proton team work their development magic. To say gaming on Linux has come a long way in a brief time is an understatement. But I just wrapped up some game benchmarks on the System76 Oryx Pro laptop that downright surprised me and I wanted to share them with you.
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    PC Game Garden Shop

    Garden Shop by MyPlayCity Get PC Game Garden Shop Your friend Chloe needs your help to sell her beautiful plants. Grow flowers throughout the seasons, pot them, and sell them for upgrades. You can then expand and upgrade your shop, as well as buy a number of boosters. Use your wits and organizational skills to satisfy the needs of your demanding customers! Features: Over 70 levels; Two game modes; Colorful and detailed graphics; System Requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10; Processor 1 Ghz or better; 256 Mb RAM; DirectX 9
  13. Windows 10 version 1809 features many gaming improvements inspired by user feedback Microsoft is big these days on collecting user feedback, and that includes Xbox and Gaming on Windows 10. Yesterday the PC Gaming team posted on some ideas, inspired by user feedback in the Xbox Idea Hub, a subreddit of the Xbox Insider Reddit group, that made it all the way in to shipping Windows 10 code, and are now part of the Windows 10 1809 update. Because of your feedback, Windows can now disable processes while playing a game, the most requested feature o
  14. Google leads gaming down a perilous path Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES Image captionPhil Harrison said the firm had been running the product on a connection speed of "around 25mbps" The future of the games industry, at least as Google sees it, is in streaming. It’s a trend that feels inevitable - just ask anyone in the music, TV or film business. Streaming is where it's at, and the possibility for what can be streamed has only ever been bound by the limitations of internet connectivity. Google thinks its techn
  15. Microsoft on Google Stadia: “They don’t have the content” Project xCloud might be one of the most exciting projects coming from Microsoft if you’re a gamer, as many of the high-graphics games you have grown to love on your Xbox One will be playable right on an Android or iOS phone via cloud streaming. Of course, a project like this is bound have some competition, and Google thinks it can join the game streaming party with its upcoming project Stadia that was announced last month. Microsoft and Google have always been stiff competit
  16. High Score review: Netflix’s story of gaming’s “golden age” is honestly solid The good outweighs the bad, though weird interview choices add unfortunate bloat. Enlarge / The series' title is silly, but it's actually such a good series that we found ourselves nitpicking its faults instead of feeling entirely embarrassed by it. In the gaming-media world, we'll call that progress. Netflix We at Ars Technica's gaming section are flattered by High Score, the newest docu-series launching August 19 on Netflix. The eas
  17. In recent years, we have seen a rise in the popularity of gaming on mobile devices. To keep up with the trend, smartphones accoutered with multiple gigabytes of RAM and high-refresh-rate screens have entered the smartphone realm. Similarly, AAA game publishers and popular games like Fortnite and, most recently, Call of Duty have made their way to mobile devices. Now, according to sources at xda-developers, to keep up to speed with the development of the mobile gaming industry and to simultaneously ensure that the phones are powerful enough to meet the demanding requirements set by
  18. But it only works with four specific phones Remember when Razer announced a sleek sliding gamepad for your iPhone called the Junglecat? I bet not, considering how the company axed that idea without ever releasing it to the world. But today, it’s launching a $100 mobile gamepad called the Junglecat yet again — this time reincarnated as a set of two Nintendo Joy-Con-like gamepads that snap onto either side of your handset. The catch is you’ll need to stick your phone in a specific case to make that trick work, and Razer only has cases for four phones t
  19. How much RAM do you really need in your gaming PC? How much RAM should you cram into your gaming PC? (Image credit: Future) If you've been paying attention to the system requirements for PC games over the last year or so, you'll probably notice that a lot of them are asking for some pretty beefy specs. If you were to take these requirements' word for it, you'd believe that a $40,000 PC is necessary to play all the best PC games maxed out at 4K. Luckily, you don't need to follow these system requirements
  20. TinyNvidiaUpdateChecker Tiny application which checks for NVIDIA GeForce GPU drivers, written in C-sharp (C#) for Windows Visit the wiki for more information about the application! This application has a simple concept, when launched it will check for new driver updates for your NVIDIA gpu! With this you no longer need waste your time searching if there's something new to get. Download Downloads are available at the end of the post. Don't forget to download HtmlAgilityPack.dll which is a dependency and must be in the executing directory. Forkers HTML Agility Pac
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    guys I have another computer.. specs : intel dual core foxconn motherboard no video card 4gb of RAM DDR3 QUESTION : which windows os have the best FPS (framerate) ??? specially on ASSAULT FIRE Windows XP 32bit or Windows 64bit?? As far as i know winxp had more FPs than win7 but when i tried windows 7 x64 using 4GB or ram i notice that it both the same fps and slightly more smoother using windows7 over winxp (not sure) you guys'' make some research including gaming benchmark result windows xp or windows 7 x64 thanks!
  22. In an official blog post two weeks ago, Microsoft revealed that the Xbox One will get the new Halo Spartan Assault game via digital download on December 24th. The Xbox 360 will subsequently receive the same game in January of next year. Well, Microsoft has decided to roll out the game a little bit early as the game is now available for digital download for those of you on Xbox One. "Halo: Spartan Assault is a fast paced top-down shooter set during the timeline between “Halo 3” and “Halo 4,” progress your Spartan career as you engage in over 30 exciting Campaign missions using many of favorite
  23. No, you did not read that headline wrong. Microsoft has partnered up with Zoo Tycoon's developer to offer $10,000 in donations to nonprofit organizations that deal with endangered species. Each month, a new community challenge will be issued by Zoo Tycoon developer Frontier and when that challenge has been completed, Microsoft will donate the money to whichever organization the players voted for. In fact, players will receive updates on how the cash donation is spent, complete with pictures and reports. Voting for the first beneficiary is already happening now and include charities like Rhin
  24. Google has updated its gaming options to offer multiplayer support between Android and iOS. Gaming dominates the app ecosystem on Android, which is why Google wants to give its game developers a leg up on the competition. As part of the Game Developers Conference this week in San Francisco, Google announced a bevy of new tools and features for Android game developers to help them attract users and make money. The Google Play app store will be introducing 18 new gaming categories this month to give users and developers a more granular set of options when choosing a game. New categories wi
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