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Star Citizen’s FPS module will launch in a few weeks

Cloud Imperium Games has had a fairly hectic month. Ever since announcing the delay of Star Citizen’s first person shooter module, Star Marine, due to networking issues, the developer has been dealing with complaints online after many sites claimed that the game mode was ‘delayed indefinitely’. This caused quite a …

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Blizzard’s Overwatch trademark has been suspended

Blizzard’s upcoming shooter, Overwatch, may need to undergo a name change after the US Patent and Trademark Office suspended the Overwatch application last week. The game was initially announced at Blizzcon last year and there has been a high level of excitement for it ever since. The US Patent an …

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Steam now has its own in-game FPS counter

One of the advantages of gaming on a PC – and not on either Microsoft or Sony’s latest generation of consoles – is that the frame rate can often reach dizzying heights, well into the triple digits in some of the lower fidelity titles. Keeping track of that though often …

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Kim Dotcom and Hutch streaming Destiny Dark Below

Internet entrepreneur, frequent opponent of US copyright politics and founder of the Internet party, Kim Dotcom, is also an avid gamer, often laying claim to the top spots of Call of Duty leaderboards on Xbox Live. However more recently he’s been playing Destiny and is currently trying to clear Crota’s …

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Youtube adds support for 60 FPS video

Youtube announced earlier this year that it had plans to implement a 60 frames per second video standard, that those uploading videos at 720P or higher could take advantage of, and it wasn’t lying. Now that feature has been implemented and with the ongoing debate between gamers and developers over …

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Evil Within to run at 30FPS, in letterbox

It’s a bit of a shame that considering this generation of consoles was supposed to make developing games that were compatible with them and PCs, a lot easier, it seems to be leading to crippled ports. The hardware in them is near identical to a mid to low end gaming …

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Titanfall introduces titan-less game mode

Titanfall is due to receive its sixth free update, adding in more features and game modes, one of which completely removes Titans and AI from the game, allowing for 8v8 pilot only matches. The new mode is called Pilot skirmish and will only be available to play when choosing the …

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Payday dev is making a Walking Dead co-op shooter

The less said about Walking Dead: Survival Instinct the better. It was awful, let’s move on, as clearly comic book series creator Robert Kirkman has, since he’s hired on the likes of Overkill – the guys behind the Payday games – to make another shooter based in the zombie infested …

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Some FPS gamers have weird play styles

I imagine most of us play shooters with the keyboard in-front of us, slightly over to the left perhaps, whilst the right hand sits on top of the mouse and we’re two to three feet from the screen we’re staring intently at. Apparently that’s not a method everone enjoys though. This image …

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Leetgion Hellion Gaming Mouse Review

Originating from Thermalright in 2010, Leetgion is a new player to the peripherals game. Built to offer specialised performance, the company’s Hellion mouse is optimised for RTS gaming. Sporting an Avago 9500 sensor capable of a DPI range from 100 to 5000, the Hellion is accurate and precisely-tracked, giving it …

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Roccat Savu Gaming Mouse Review

Roccat have made name for themselves in the gaming peripheral market over the past few years, going head to head with the likes of SteelSeries, Razer and Logitech.  They now offer a comprehensive range of gaming peripherals which includes various gaming mice, surfaces, keyboards and headsets. Today we are going …

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Corsair Vengeance M60 FPS Gaming Mouse Review

Corsair have been making a name for themselves in the gaming peripheral market. It all started with the HS1 headset which offered an excellent balance between sound quality and price. More recently, they have been expanding their range and we recently looked at their two latest gaming keyboards, the Vengeance …

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