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Are You VR Ready?

  The age of virtual reality appears to be upon us, once again.  There are numerous different devices and content that is expected to start being released in 2016.  There has been a lot of buzz pertaining to Virtual reality for the past few years.  Some of the buzz is being created from the lengthy development of devices, like The Oculus Rift,  but also from the growing public interest in what VR will be able to do to transform the modern era. The idea of Virtual Reality is certainly not new, but the technology has finally broken through some of the...

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Cheap Gaming Computers 2016

Building cheap gaming computers doesn’t mean settling for mediocre hardware. This is kind of hard to believe since the gaming world is has a growing demand for exceptional graphics and extensive gaming time and experience, which are both expensive. If you have a type budget, here are some ideas for you so that you’ll get the quality you want. In the first place, building your own gaming PC (already VR-ready for VR headsets) for saves you money (zero labor cost), from $3000 to around $600. That’s a huge leap. This article will share only insights on the PC parts...

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Tom Clancy’s The Division Open Beta – Developer Tips

As im sure you already know the Division open beta has gone live on the xbox one today and will be followed by the Playstation 4 and the PC tomorrow morning, Februrary 19th.  The open beta will be continue through the weekend coming to an end on Sunday February 21st.  Ubisoft has released videos from the developers to get players get the best experience from one of highest anticipated games of the year.  The videos go over Dark Zone Currency, Mega Map Matchmaking, the Consumable Wheel and customizing the UI.  The Division is coming out March 8th, 2016 for...

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Division open beta… Everything you need to know!

Unless you’ve been without human contact for the last few months, you know that the Division open beta is now live! The beta client is currently live on the XBox one, and will go live tomorrow , Friday February 19th, for the PlayStation 4 and PC . Many people who pre-ordered or were lucky enough to get a closed beta key from Ubisoft will also be treated to numerous changes for the new open beta. It is also important to note that anybody who has already downloaded the closed beta client will not need to redownload it, a simple and quick update is all that is required. One of the major changes that will be noticed by returning beta players is that a new mission will be included in the beta.  The new mission will also allow the ability to unlock the tech wing at your base of operations. Unlocking the new wing will also unlock the new tech ability upgrade for your player which included the deploy-able turret that has been seen numerous times on the promotional videos. The dark zone also got its share of changes that will a welcome addition.  Dark zone chests will now refresh a lot quicker then in the previous beta.  There will also be more AI enemies in the dark zone, who will also be significantly tougher. The other important changes to the beta all pertain to “going...

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Rise Of The Tomb Raider – Xbox One Vs PC Opinion

Rise of the Tomb Raider is an amazing game that I own for both the Xbox one and for my windows 10 gaming computer. The difference between the two are very noticeable I actually prefer gaming on my Xbox one for numerous reason, one of them being the fact that most of my friends are currently using that platform for their gaming needs, unfortunately the Xbox one and the PS4 cant come close to the sheer power of a high end PC. One of the most notable differences pertains to Nvidia hair physics.  I know what you’re thinking… who really cares about hair? I also felt the same way until I cranked the graphics settings all the way up to Ultra with Nvidia hair physics on high on my MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti DirectX 12 GTX 980TI GAMING 6G 6GB at 4K resolution. The game felt like a totally different game  from the Xbox One port. It began to look so spectacular that I realistically wasn’t able to tell the difference between the beautiful realistic CGI cut-scenes and the actual in game action. It made me wish that all my current console friends were on steam rather then PSN or XBox Live. I am now convinced that whenever I play a game on a console I am being robbed of its full potential! While i am indeed happy to be...

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