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AMD Expects Windows 10 To Arrive In July

Written by Joffy S on 19 April 2015 at 12:00

AMD, like a number of other hardware manufacturers, has its hopes pinned on Windows 10 to reinvigorate demand for PC hardware and builds across the board. To that end it’s certainly got an ear to the ground when it comes to the next generation of Microsoft’s operating system.

During a conference call this week AMD’s chief executive officer, Lisa Su, revealed the expected launch time frame for Microsoft’s Windows 10 OS, and it doesn’t sound like we’ll be having to wait too long to get our hands on it. [More]

Cities: Skylines To Get Its First Major Content Update In a Month

Written by Neil Soutter on 19 April 2015 at 10:00

For a little over a month now, more than a million people have been creating bustling metropolises, sleepy villages, and concrete paradises in Colossal Order’s Cities: Skylines. The team has stamped its authority all over the city-builder genre, but it’s plans don’t end here, with a substantial update to Cities: Skylines due within the coming month.

We’ve already had all the usual bug fixes and tweaks, so this update is set to focus on new content to get our mitts on, including the addition of tunnels to take the transport infrastructure of your city to the next level. Also coming is European buildings, which should add a touch of Italian flair to sleepy suburban neighborhoods. [More]

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GD Machine Benchmark Grand Theft Auto 5 GTX 750 Ti i5 4670K

Written by Joffy S on 18 April 2015 at 16:00

Over the last few days we've been busy putting Grand Theft Auto 5 to the test against a variety of machines, from the GTX 670 to the PlayStation 4. Now though, it's the return of the GD Machine 2014.

The GD Machine has been waiting in the wings for a while for a bit new release, but what better time to trot it out than the launch of one of the greatest games of all time - GTA 5. Armed with a GeForce GTX 750 Ti, an Intel i5-4670K processor, and 8GB of system memory, it's time to see how it fares in our Dying Light benchmarks.   [More]

Trine 3: The Artifacts Of Power Hitting Early Access This Week

Written by Stuart Thomas on 18 April 2015 at 14:00

Well I didn’t see this one coming. Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power was only announced a matter of weeks ago, but developer Frozenbyte Games has now confirmed it will be available to purchase on Steam Early Access this coming Tuesday.

A quick turnaround I’m sure you’ll agree, with Frozenbyte announcing you’ll be able to grab the Early Access version of Trine 3 for 19.99€/ $19.99/ £14.99, from April 21st. Trine 3 represents quite a drastic change from its predecessors, introducing 3D platforming gameplay that makes me feel all 90s inside. [More]

Check Out Grand Theft Auto 5 Full VR Immersion On The Virtuix Omni Treadmill

Written by Joffy S on 18 April 2015 at 12:00

When Rockstar announced Grand Theft Auto V would be getting a first-person mode, the makers of the Virtuix Omni’s VR eyes no doubt lit up.

We’ve taken a look at this device before, but what it is, essentially, is a sloped 360 degree treadmill on which you can run perpetually, in any direction you want. Pair it up with a virtual reality headset and you can actually walk/run/wheeze through these virtual worlds. Combine this with a handheld gun and you’ve got yourself what could be the ultimate immersive GTA 5 experience. [More]

Head Back To Dinosaur Island In Crytek T-Rex VR Demo

Written by Neil Soutter on 18 April 2015 at 10:00

Forget Star Wars. Forget the year of the Wood Sheep. 2015 is the year of the dinosaur, and don’t let anybody tell you different. The giant reptiles are having a resurgence of late, and it’s of course spreading to the world of gaming. Now Crytek’s in on the action, showcasing a new VR demo - Back to Dinosaur Island.

Designed with the Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype in mind, this is an experience made to strap to your face and cower in fear. It looks as if you’re a tiny baby dinosaur, and it’s not too long until your nest antics capture the attention of a passing Tyrannosaurus Rex. [More]

First Ever Star Wars Battlefront Trailer Revealed

Written by Stuart Thomas on 17 April 2015 at 19:57

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, DICE acknowledged the existence of a third Star Wars Battlefront title. The wait has been long and arduous, but at long last we’ve got our first ever proper trailer for Star Wars Battlefront. The next generation of online warfare surely begins here.

EA and DICE revealed the trailer during a live event, taking to the stage to a rapturous reception from the assembled and extremely dedicated fans at the Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California. The fan gathering is the 10th such event, each typically in advance of an upcoming Star Wars movie release or anniversary, with 150,000 gathering for The Force Awakens and the Star Wars Battlefront Trailer.  [More]

Star Wars Battlefront First Gameplay Screenshots And Details

Written by Neil Soutter on 17 April 2015 at 17:19

It's the moment we've all been waiting for, as a barrage of Star Wars Battlefront details have emerged. DICE's multiplayer shooter is about to have its first trailer revealed in California any minute now, but ahead of then we've got our hands on some stunning in-game screenshots and the first details.

Set during the timeline of the original trilogy of movies, Star Wars Battlefront will feature a number of prominent battlefields such as Endor, Hoth, Tatooine and more. Up to 40 players will be able to participate in any one battle, choosing to fight for either the Rebel Alliance or the Galactic Empire.  [More]

Grand Theft Auto 5 GeForce GTX 650 Benchmarks

Written by Joffy S on 17 April 2015 at 16:00

As you've no doubt noticed we've been busy putting GTA 5 through a series of tests this week, and next up we've got a relatively low-end card by today's standards. Despite this, GTA 5's pretty reasonable system requirements mean the GTX 650 comes in at just below the recommended.

The Nvidia GTX 650 1GB graphics card comes alongside an AMD FX 4100 processor and just 4GB of RAM, so let’s see how this rig holds its own on the mean streets of Los Santos in our latest GTA 5 benchmarks.  [More]

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