Category : Games

Asus ROG Zephyrus Max-Q Gaming Laptop Now Available

Asus announced the ROG Zephyrus–its thinnest, lightest, and most powerful gaming laptop–back at Computex. It’s now available. The Asus ROG Zephyrus comes in two different models, the GX501VI-XS74 and GX501VS-XS71. Both feature an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor with 16GB of…

No Comments / 3 View / June 1, 2017

‘Elite: Dangerous’ Now Available On PlayStation 4, With Pro Support

Frontier Developments has releasedElite: Dangerous on the PlayStation 4. With today’s release, the game is now available on all major platforms, as well as VR HMDs such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Most PS4 users will utilize the DualShock 4…

No Comments / 4 View / May 29, 2017

‘Front Defense’: A WWII VR Shooter From Vive Studios

Get ready for the fight of your life, soldier! I’m not going to sugar coat things for you—your chances of survival are slim to none, but we need you. Humanity needs you—at all costs. We can’t lose this fight, and…

No Comments / 3 View / May 28, 2017

Console Controller, Modified: The Evil Shift

Competitive multiplayer games remain exceedingly popular. Playing against a computer-controlled opponent is one thing, but taking down another human player in a video game is a completely different experience. It’s no surprise that in the wake of some of these…

No Comments / 3 View / May 27, 2017

Nintendo Updates ‘Arms’ With LAN Play, Arena Mode

Nintendo updated Arms, a fighting game in which people with stretchy arms duke it out, with support for LAN play and a new Arena Mode. Arms is the first new Nintendo franchise to debut on the Switch console. It’s a character-based fighting game…

No Comments / 2 View / May 26, 2017

The Tom’s Hardware Definitive List Of PC Games (Updated)

With only 24 hours left, now’s the time to get out there and vote! If you’ve already cast your vote, head to the PC Gaming forums and let us know what games you voted on and why. Click here to vote on the Tom’s…

No Comments / 1 View / May 25, 2017

Nintendo’s SNES Classic Edition Arrives September 29 For $80

It’s time to set up camp outside your local game store again. After launching the NES Classic last year, and then discontinuing it earlier this year, Nintendo will launch a revamped version of one of its classic consoles. The company announced that…

No Comments / 1 View / May 24, 2017

You Can Preorder AMD Ryzen CPUs Now

Earlier today, we published our most detailed look to date at AMD’s new Ryzen CPUs, which for now include the Ryzen 7 1800X ($499), 1700X ($399), and 1700 ($329), and you can already preorder the chips from numerous outlets, including Amazon and…

No Comments / 1 View / May 4, 2017

Veteran maker of game controllers Mad Catz is no more after filing for bankruptcy in California

Gaming accessory manufacturer Mad Catz has filed for bankruptcy in the United States, ending its 28-year-long history. The San Diego-based firm had been suffering financial problems for years. As of March 30, the company officially shut down and began the…

No Comments / 34 View / April 5, 2017

The Jak and Daxter games are coming to PlayStation 4 as PS2 Classics

We don’t know about you, but we are absolute suckers for enhanced versions of older games on newer consoles, eating up HD remasters and 1080p, 60fps ‘definitive editions’ like there’s no tomorrow. That’s why the announcement of upscaled versions of…

No Comments / 23 View / April 2, 2017