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Radeon Software: Crimson Edition is here

Today marks the beginning of a new era for AMD, as the Catalyst Control Centre is being put to rest and we push forward with Radeon Software: Crimson Edition, the first step in AMD’s plan to double its driver support efforts. From now on, we can expect six WHQL driver …

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AMD said to launch the Radeon R9 380x next week

Last week, we began hearing rumours that AMD was preparing another GPU for launch before Christmas and now it seems that we know exactly when to expect it. Next week, AMD is said to be releasing the new Radeon R9 380x, featuring a fully unlocked Tonga GPU with more stream …

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Oculus releases first 1.0 VR SDK for mobile

Oculus has been working on the software development kits (SDK) for its various virtual reality platforms for several years now, releasing updates every few months that add features, improve tracking, reduce latency and other miscellaneous betterments to the experience. While it has yet to release the launch version of its …

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AMD updates Catalyst drivers to 15.10 beta

If you like to stay on the cutting edge of driver releases, consider downloading the latest 15.10 beta drivers from AMD, as they add a number of stability fixes and get the AMD GPUs of the world ready for a few upcoming game releases. While these early release drivers aren’t …

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Final Fantasy VII now available on iOS smartphones

It’s almost as if Square has realised that its most well remembered game is actually still worth something as an IP, as beyond the PC-re-release a couple of years ago, it’s finally announced a full HD remastering is  in the works – albeit with a modified combat system – and to top …

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Prison Architect will leave Early Access in October

Prison Architect originally launched back in 2012 on Steam Early Access, since then, the developers have been very open with customers and have provided updates on a weekly basis showing the game’s progress. Right now, Prison Architect is currently in Alpha Build 35 but by October, it will be officially …

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Monstrum breaks out of Early Access

Survival horror has been one of the break out genres of recent years, at least partially thanks to how well it fits well with Youtube let’s players – since not everyone has the stomach to play such games – and the fact that it’s a great genre to show off the …

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Kerbal Space Program will hit 1.0 in just six days

Planet Kerbin was thrown into disarray at the start of April, when it was announced that Kerbal Space Program was entering the experimental phase for its official, 1.0 release. While many predicted that it would be weeks or months until that phase of testing was over, it turned out to …

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Broken Age Act 2 coming soon, finally

Over a year since its first act was released and almost three years since the original campaign, Broken Age hasn’t had the smoothest of rides to release, but now it looks like its second and final part, Broken Age Act 2, will be released in just over a month’s time. …

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Kerbal Space Program to leave Early Access soon

Early Access as a concept was a great idea, but it hasn’t worked particularly well in practice. There have been a lot of games that have just never been completed and others that have been finalised, but missing loads of promised features. Kerbal Space Program on the other hand, has been …

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Dead Rising movie is coming in March

Dead Rising: Watchtower, is an upcoming live-action movie starring everyone’s favourite secondary character actor, Rob Riggle, of 21 Jump Street and The Other Guys fame. He’ll be playing the infamous photographer and zombie slayer, Frank West. Set to debut on Sony Pictures’ Crackle streaming service, we now know that the movie …

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Sony to bring The Interview to pay-TV

Sony’s launch of the Seth Rogen and James Franco vehicle, The Interview, has gone surprisingly well. Considering all of the hubbub surrounding its release, it managed to make over $15 million in just a few days. That’s a fair chunk shy of its budget, but the majority of that was …

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Would you spend £70 on PSU cables?

Making your PC look pretty isn’t something that everyone takes seriously. For a lot of people, it’s just a machine to do a job, whether that’s gaming, working or watching different media online, but for some it’s a way to show their creativity. Some of our readers have posted simply …

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Lian Li announces the release of it’s PC-O Series chassis

Lian Li PC-O7

Lian Li has been posting photos of it’s new line of under development PC cases since September, and now it is ready to reveal the final products. There are four cases in the range so far, the PC-O5, the PC-O5S, the PC-O6S, and the PC-O7S. These range from the very small PC-O5 which …

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Hearthstone is now available on Android tablets, but…

Hearthstone on Android

Good news Hearthstone players with Android tablets! Blizzard has just released the game you love for the tablet you own, allowing you to play  wherever you desire. But there is a temporary problem for some of us… Unfortunately for the first few days, you will only be able to download the …

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Five Nights at Freddy’s sequel hits Steam already

If you’re a fan of indie horror games, then chances are you’ve heard at least a whispered mention of Five Night’s at Freddy’s, a game that has you defending yourself from animatronics, that while designed to entertain the customers of Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, have a penchant for going walkabouts at night …

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Razer Nabu close to release following FCC certification

The Razer Nabu smartband is nearing release as the wearable has received FCC approval, suggesting that US residents may soon be able to grab Razer’s bluetooth wearable. The Nabu was announced at CES earlier this year alongside an ambitious modular PC prototype called Project Christine. The Nabu won several CES …

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Cougar to release 600M gaming mouse

There’s a lot of old guard hardware makers in the gaming peripheral scene that offer great products, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t check out the ones from some of the fresher faces. The Cougar 700M I reviewed last week is a great example of something new and innovative and …

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People are already lining up for the iPhone 6

It turns out that some people are already lining up for the iPhone six ahead of its impending announcement on the 9th of September. We normally see people forming lines outside Apple’s stores a few days before release, rather than weeks. These people aren’t all completely crazy though, the first …

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