The Alienware X51 AX51R3-1510 is a compact system that’s a huge favorite in the gaming community, thanks to the large storage capacity Skylake CPU and a decent GPU. A dependable model that offers a solid performance, this desktop can handle even the newest games with style and ease. This newest model from Alienware rated well with consumers, thanks to the affordable pricing you normally wouldn’t expect from a gaming PC with such a high-quality graphics card and top of the line processor. This is definitely a model that has a little something to offer everyone, whether you need a...Read More
Author: Smart PC Gaming
One of my fondest gaming memories as a child was playing side scrolling brawlers such as Streets of Rage or Metal slug, For some reason beating waves and waves of enemies, whether it was hand to hand or weapon combat, was a very satisfying feeling to me. Luckily for me numerous independent game developers also had the same experience and are now beginning to publish the same type of brawlers that I used to love as a child. ZHEROS from Italian group Rimlight Studios is exactly the type of game I remember loving as a child. Like all good brawlers of my past, ZHEROS has a very simple story line. It involves a Sci – fi universe in which you can control the two members of the Zheros squad, Mike and Captain Dorian. These two character must work together to defeat the evil Dr. Vendetta. A very classic villain who wants to transform the universe into his own personal playground. In order to defeat him you must destroy his ever growing army of robots. The story has a few funny moments and the two main characters keep things lighthearted. While the cut scenes won’t necessarily make your jaw drop from the amazing visuals they are entertaining and appreciated. The gameplay in Zheros is what you would expect from a brawler. You take on ever-increasing numbers of enemies using...Read More
The SkyTech Archangel ultra-gamer desktop computer is rated as one of the top gaming computers to date, thanks to the unique techy design, impressive graphics card and the six core AMD FX processor which offers 3.5 GHz speed. Just the housing itself is enough to sell many gamers on this fun, yet powerful model that’s also impressively fast. SkyTech Archangel Ultra Gamer Desktop is as a model that can handle most types of newer, more demanding games and offers this desktop to the public at a more affordable price than what most people have come to expect from a...Read More
I recently had the opportunity to try out a review version of Rouge Strikers by Black Forest Games. Rogue Stormers is a 2D side-scrolling multiplayer shooter that incorporates twin stick controls for players using a controller. For my play thru I used my Xbox one controller connected to my PC with a USB cable. When you first look into Rogue Stormers you won’t notice anything special at face value but after playing for a while you will begin to enjoy the rogue-like elements as well as the solid levelling system. The game also has a unique theme that is...Read More
Asus G20AJ-US006S Gaming Desktop and All of Its Features: Powerful gaming desktop 5 liter case Incredible visual capabilities Quick and fast performance 8GB DDR3 memory Large 1TB HDD for storage 11 AC – Bluetooth 4.0 for incredibly fast and easy browsing Includes 8.1 version of Windows Coprocessor for Graphics: Geforce Hard Drive: 1024 GB Serial ATA Windows 8 Operating System Brand: Asus Weight of Desktop: 19.2 lbs Brand of Processor: Intel Core i3 4150 DVD SuperMulti= Optical Drive Overall Quality and Details About the G20AJ-US006S The Asus G20AJ-US006S i3-4150 with 3.5GHz – 8GB DDR3 1TB HDD DVD±RW...Read More
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