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New GeForce Game Bundles From NVIDIA

From today, if you purchase an NVIDIA GeForce GTX desktop GPU or a GeForce GTX-powered notebook,  you can get a redeemable code Daylight (activated on its release, April 8th) or $150 in-game currency for Heroes of Newerth, Path of Exile, and Warface. Here’s what applies to each deal: GeForce GTX TITAN graphics cards, as well as GTX 780 Ti, 780, 770, 760, 690, 680, 670, 660 Ti, and 660 – Daylight  GeForce GTX 650, 650 Ti, 750, 750 Ti graphics cards or other GTX 700M/800M-based notebooks [...]

 

Do Graphics Matter? Best Next-Gen Controller? Mt. Rushmore for Gaming? – Twinfinite Discusses

Welcome back to another episode of Twinfinite Discusses. We took a week off so we could finally change our clothes. I hope you’re happy. Newcomer Austin joins the fray this week as we discuss whether graphics are the cornerstone of the console war right now, which next-gen controller is best, and whose faces would be on a Mt. Rushmore for gaming. Thanks for all the questions sent in and see you next Tuesday for another Twinfinite Discusses!

[LTTP Review] Crysis – Welcome to Nano Kuni

Crysis is a PC gaming legend for reasons that have little to do with its actual content. Released in late 2007, it had recommended specs that quite frankly didn’t exist until at least a year or so later. While such a high ticket to entry no doubt affected sales at the time, it ended up being a hit and is no longer a real issue nowadays since running it is no problem on even a mid-range computer. CryTek has since [...]

[News] Borderlands 2: A Good PC Port?

Many PC gamers out there have felt let down by the recent releases Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition and Darksiders II due to their lack of graphics options that meet PC standards. The PC version of Borderlands 2, however, reverses this trend by actually offering the fully customizable experience that PC gamers expect and hold dear. As revealed in a Gamespy article, the menu screen for Borderlands 2 has a host of options not found in most titles not centric to the PC, such as [...]