Tags : hardware


Yes, Sonic Frontiers is as bad as it looks, but

closest thing to an E3 convention that happened this year, there was one game that came up in conversation more than anything else at the show: Sonic Frontiers, Sega's answer to the question “what the heck do we do with Sonic now?” After walking away from the 30-minute Sonic demo playable at Play Days, most […]Read More


AMD hero is giving Return to Castle Wolfenstein a path

June 10, 2022 See more Keep in mind that these shots come from pretty early development stages, but there could indeed be some brighter spaces emerging in the dankness of Castle Wolfenstein thanks to the new techniques Wijetunga is utilising.  Wolf PT will be based on the open-source iortcw engine, although it'll be coming with […]Read More


Have an AMD PC? Update your BIOS to nix some

has been reported since earlier in the year, and was later determined to be related to the Firmware Trusted Platform Module (fTPM), which is a key part of Windows 11's system requirements.  If you want the full technical breakdown of what's going on, AMD attributes it to a system intermittently performing “extended fTPM-related memory transactions […]Read More


The Growing Future of The Last of Us

Whether you’re here following our Summer Games Fest announcements or just catching up on the latest news from the studio, we’re excited to share what’s in store for the future of The Last of Us. Many of you have expressed how strongly The Last of Us series resonates with you, and we’re humbled by the […]Read More


The Last of Us Part 2 on PC: all the

Wario64. A Naughty Dog job post suggests a PC version of The Last of Us Part 2 The main evidence pointing at The Last of Us Part 2 on PC is this Naughty Dog job posting. Naughty Dog is looking for a graphics programmer with a “thorough understanding of current GPU architectures,” including AMD and […]Read More


Alienware Aurora R13

Alienware Aurora R13 is the latest Intel-powered version of the company's main desktop gaming system, finally featuring an updated Aurora chassis. For a company which pioneered the gaming PC I find it strange it's taken so long to jump onboard with the peep-through side panel idea, but finally you too can gaze adoringly at the […]Read More