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AOC’s Agon AG352UCG monitor review: A monster gaming display

Building an incredibly powerful PC is but a step in the right direction to a glorious gaming experience. The monitor is the next big investment and the AG35UCG by AOC is a beast. If you fail to splash out the cash on your screen(s), your gaming rig will only be able to provide as good of an experience that is allowed by the display. You could have two GTX 1080 GPUs working together, but with …

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See all 14 of Monster Hunter: World’s varied weapons in action

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Capcom just dropped 14 trailers for the varied weapons you can use in Monster Hunter: World. Instead of bombarding you with 14 videos, luckily they’ve also been kind enough to release them by category, too. So here are three videos all about stabby and shooty things.  Keep an eye on your prey with our list of upcoming PC games.  First off, the video at the top of the page: Light …

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GTA Online is celebrating Independence Day with monster trucks, fireworks, and a new mode

U-S-A! U-S-A! It’s Independence Day over in the States on Tuesday, so GTA Online is celebrating in the only way they really can: massive monster trucks, fireworks, and a fancy new car. Nothing says star spangled banner like the cold hard cash of GTA Online. Here’s a collection of the best classic PC games you should play. Much of the content is actually from last year’s Independence Day event, returning for those who didn’t manage …

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Monster Hunter: World’s later PC release is a “manpower issue”

Announced at E3, Capcom are creating a brand-new main entry into the Monster Hunter series. For the first time ever, it’s coming to PC. It’s dropping the number, because it aims to be a perfect jumping-on point for newcomers, modernising the series and offering up a rich ecosystem of AI beasts to stab.  If you like working with strangers and friends, check out our list of the best co-op games. It’s a massive undertaking for …

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Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. details Target Camera, Hunter Arts, and vibration changes

Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. details Target Camera, Hunter Arts, and vibration changes Several new screenshots of the upcoming Switch release. 4Gamer.net has gone up with a new preview of Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. While it doesn’t provide much new information, it does provide new screenshots and the following tidbits: Target Camera – There is an icon in the upper right of the screen for the Target Camera. By pressing the ZL …

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Monster Hunter World Xbox One X Support Confirmed; Region Free Servers Are Due To Simultaneous Worldwide Release

Monster Hunter World has been revealed last week during Sony’s E3 2017 press conference with a brand new trailer, which also featured the PlayStation 4 Pro logo at the end, pretty much confirming that the Capcom developed game will support the console. Recently, Monster Hunter World producer Ryozo Tsujimoto confirmed that Xbox One X players will not be left behind. Speaking with GameSpot, Tsujimoto confirmed that Monster Hunter World will feature support for both Xbox …

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Dauntless developer says he’s ‘super excited’ about Monster Hunter: World

Dauntless has often been described, including by us, as being a lot like Monster Hunter. In fact, Tom called it “the PC Monster Hunter game we’ve all been waiting for” in his January hands-on. So when an actual Monster Hunter game was announced at E3, the potential for awkwardness was clear. But the developers of Dauntless are taking it in stride: Executive producer Jesse Houston told Polygon that he’s “super excited” about Monster Hunter: World, …

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Monster Hunter: World is coming to PC

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube Sony’s E3 conference is currently dropping the megatons, showing off gameplay from a wealth of exciting-looking upcoming titles. Among them was Monster Hunter: World, a gorgeous, open-world take on Capcom’s popular series.  For everything else E3 2017, hit up our homepage.  The best news is it’s coming to PC. The series has traditionally been mostly seen over on Nintendo machines and Sony handhelds, but this full-fat experience will be playable …

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Editorial: Monster Hunter and Nintendo Switch Are a Match Made in Heaven

While we don’t yet know whether Capcom and Nintendo are continuing the relationship of ‘main’ series entries being exclusive to the big N’s hardware with the inevitable Monster Hunter 5 (other systems do have alternatives and spin-offs), fans of the series have something to be thrilled about with confirmation of Monster Hunter XX coming to the Nintendo Switch. On 3DS this has been a Japan-only release, an expansion / follow-on to Monster Hunter X (Cross) (a …

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‘Monster Hunter XX’ coming to console, shares rally

Drew Angerer | Getty Images A person dressed as the Nintendo character Mario waves at a pop-up Nintendo venue in Madison Square Park, March 3, 2017 in New York City. The game is not well known in western markets but the franchise is a massive hit in Japan where it will be released. A version of the game was released on Nintendo’s 3DS in 2011 and was credited with helping the handheld console become a …

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Origin Chronos review: the monster gaming PC that isn’t monstrous

PC gaming is really two hobbies in one. There’s the side of things related to playing games: the endless Steam library curation, the experimentation with mods, the discovery of something obscure that you just wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else. Then there’s the hardware side, where sourcing components to build a rig and tweaking it hot rod-style to get the maximum performance possible is an entire pursuit unto itself. For a lot of PC …

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The future of Intel CPU design is a Frankenstein’s monster of an architecture

Intel have just announced the future of their CPU design will be built around the new embedded multi-die interconnect bridge (EMIB), a technology which will allow chips from different generations to be stitched into the same package. This may also be how AMD GPU silicon finds its way into Intel processors. CPU and GPU performance are one thing, but what about your PC’s aural performance? Check out our pick of the best gaming headsets around …

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