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The Best Closed Loop Liquid Coolers for Your Gaming PC

Share. Upgrading from air cooling is easier than you think. By Chris Amidon Be sure to visit IGN Tech for all the latest comprehensive hands-on reviews and best-of roundups. Note that if you click on one of these links to buy the product, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. If you’ve ever been curious about liquid CPU cooling, but don’t want to deal with the expense, installation, and maintenance of …

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Watch Us Take The Tacoma Sports Challenge – Features

Original Source Link is Here We’ve all been looking forward to Fullbright’s follow-up to Gone Home for the same reason: the sports. Sure, both games have compelling stories that examine the human condition in novel ways, but how are the basketball physics? To answer this question I put Jeff Cork and Kyle Hilliard through the Tacoma sports challenge, seeing how well they could adapt to space football, space pool, and, of course, space basketball. For …

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Gaming’s favorite VR mouse uses sign language in the cutest way

Moss was one of E3 2017’s surprise hits, telling a story from the perspective of a tiny, adorable mouse using the PlayStation VR headset. Since mice don’t speak, however, the game’s animation director is trying out a unique method to work around it: sign language. Polyarc Games animation director Richard Lico tweeted a clip of what he’s been working on for Moss, which is out later this year. “Since she can only squeak, I figured …

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Kermit the Frog Goes Super Saiyan in This Ridiculous Dragon Ball Xenoverse Mod

Original Source Link is Here Share. It’s not easy being super green. By Tom Marks It’s not everyday you get to see a Muppet fight Majin Buu. But the wonderful montage video below from YouTuber Dante’s Gaming shows Kermit The Frog laying down the hurt on most of the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 roster. Kermit is playable basically as a custom skin for Trunks, but it’s still a marvelous and strange mod to see in action. …

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Death Stranding: First Graphics Demo Revealed in Tech Presentation

Original Source Link is Here Share. Taking Decima to the next level. By Alex Osborn Kojima Productions has showcased an early look at the advanced lighting and fog system that’s being developed for Death Stranding. During a tech presentation at SIGGRAPH, a graphics demo was revealed for the game, which is being built on Guerrilla Games’ Decima Engine, the same engine that powers Horizon: Zero Dawn. Watch the demo below to see the stunning engine in action, which …

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Conan Exiles Gets Free Frozen North Update Soon

Original Source Link is Here Share. Winter is coming to the game. By Evan Campbell The first expansion for Conan Exiles, called The Frozen North, will arrive August 16 on PC and Xbox One. The free update will bring a large new frosty landmass to the game. Developer Funcom says it’ll make Conan Exiles 70 percent bigger. The Frozen North not only offers a new climate, but a new religion, an additional crafting system with …

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European League of Legends Championship Series

With a week left in the European League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split, H2K Gaming is on-pace to wreak havoc in the playoffs. But its dominance was a long time coming. Fresh off a crushing defeat in the LCS Spring Split playoffs, the squad’s coach, Neil “PR0LLY” Hammad, had taken measures to prevent such a happening from occurring again. At the time, H2K suffered from tunnel vision, and struggled to adjust its approach to …

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What does it take to power gaming at 16K resolution?

The consumer gaming world might be in a tizzy about 4K consoles and displays of late, but that resolution standard wasn’t nearly enough for one team of PC tinkerers. The folks over at Linus Tech Tips have posted a very entertaining video showing off a desktop PC build capable of running (some) games at an astounding 16K resolution. That’s a 15260×8640, for those counting the over 132 million pixels being pushed every frame—64 times the …

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Join Us As We Check Out First-Person Insanity In PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds – Features

Original Source Link is Here Today, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds gets a new mode – a first-person-locked endeavor that’s sure to ramp up the intensity to all new levels. While the third-person mode is a mainstay at this point, the most hardcore players may gravitate toward this mode, where you won’t be able to glean any information about the enemy by hiding behind handy walls and stairwells. How will we fare in the new mode? Join us …

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T3 Awards 2017 together with Three: Best Gaming PC

The T3 Awards, or the Oscars of Tech, as many call them – are now in their 11th year, and bigger than ever. Literally, in fact, as we have added a number of new categories this year to reflect the changing face of tech. This category, however, is for Best Gaming PC and features the year’s most awesome pixel-pushing powerhouses. These systems, in one way or another, took PC gaming to a new level over …

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Gaming Gone Queer – Los Angeles Review of Books

AUGUST 3, 2017 AS SOMEONE WHO has always turned to video games to take a break from everyday tedium and intense stress alike, I’ve often struggled to find myself represented as a queer person of color within the digital world. While popular game franchises like Super Mario 64 and World of Warcraft are nostalgic hallmarks of my childhood (and the source of personal accomplishments I continue to brag about to this day), they have also …

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Blog Herding – The Best Blogs Of The Community (August 3, 2017) – Features

Original Source Link is Here This week sees much variety in blogs, thanks to a lack of big releases. So with that, get reading! Community Blogs For June 27 – August 2: Oculus Rift Plus Touch Review: Touch Of Genius?Boo gives us a breakdown of the Oculus Rift, a device I finally got to try out over the Fourth of July (I thought it was great, minus the space dogfighting that made me dizzy). Boo …

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Rime Switch Version Release Date Announced

Original Source Link is Here Share. Tequila Works’ puzzle-adventure comes to Switch in mid-November. By Jordan Sirani Tequila Works’ Rime is coming to Nintendo Switch on November 14 in North America and November 17 in Europe. The puzzle-adventure game will be available via Nintendo’s eShop for $30 USD / €35 / £30 or physically for $40 USD / €45 / £40. The physical release includes a download code for the game’s soundtrack. “As big fans of Nintendo, …

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Dynasty Warriors 9 Release Platforms Announced

Original Source Link is Here Share. Still no release date. By Alex Gilyadov Dynasty Warriors 9 will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in North America and Europe, Koei Tecmo announced today. A release date for the game is still not known. Two new playable characters for the game have also been confirmed: Ma Chong, a brilliant tactician from the kingdom of Wei, and Zhou Cang from the kingdom of Shu. The latest …

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WNBA Teams and Players Coming to NBA Live 18

Original Source Link is Here By Seth G. Macy For the first time ever, WNBA players and teams will be playable in a video game. EA teamed up with the league to bring the WNBA to NBA Live 18. EA scanned the heads of star WNBA players like Maya Moore, Brittney Griner, Diana Taurasi, and more, and had 2017 WNBA first-draft pick Kelsey Plum provide motion capture. WNBA President Lisa Borders said the league is “delighted …

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