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Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080 Ti OC review: top-tier SLI tested

4K displays are becoming mainstream now, prices are tumbling and graphics rendering technology is finally able to take advantage of these new screens, whether it’s through checkerboarding or other upscaling, as seen on PS4 Pro, or else through sheer brute force in the PC space. Nvidia’s GTX 1080 Ti still ...

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Prey was a flawed FPS with ideas worth remembering


What a curious legacy Prey has left behind. This ‘franchise’ (imagine airquotes the size of skyscrapers) has been in existence for two decades, resulting in one single game. There are stormtroopers with better hit rates than that. In fact, up to this point Prey is probably better known for the ...

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Digital Foundry: Let's play PC games at 8K resolution


Whether we like it or not – and let’s face facts, it’s probably the latter – 8K display technology is coming. 8K support is baked into the upcoming HDMI 2.1 standard, and in fact, if you live in the US and you have $5000 to spare, you can buy a ...

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Dawn of War 3 review


There is great joy to be had in watching big things smash into each other. It’s a fact. A prima facie truth, which Relic Entertainment’s long awaited Warhammer 40,000 strategy sequel understands more than any other in its genre. Within minutes of my first multiplayer game in Dawn of War ...

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de Blob arrives on PC, nine years after its original release


It only took nine years, but the 2008 Wii platformer de Blob has finally received a PC release. Available now on Steam and GOG for £13.49 / $14.99 (a 25 per cent discount available through 4th May), this looks like a fairly straightforward updated port of the 3D platformer about ...

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Call of Duty: WW2 gets reveal trailer and release date


Call of Duty: WW2 has been officially revealed in a livestream. You can see snippets of it in action in the debut trailer below: It will launch 3rd November for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Those who pre-order will get early access to a private multiplayer beta ahead of release. ...

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Friday the 13th: The Game gets a May release date


Friday the 13th: The Game will launch on 26th May for PS4, Xbox One and Steam, publisher Gun Media has announced. The asymmetrical multiplayer survival title will let one player assume the role of classic horror villain Jason Voorhees, while another seven will play camp counselors searching the campgrounds for ...

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Why are games so fascinated with cannibalism?


There’s a long inglorious tradition of cannibalism in video games, from the many flesh-eaters of the Dark Souls series through the “strange meats” of Fallout to the gaping cosmic horror that is Kirby. In the last few years, though, developers seem to have really acquired a taste for it. Take ...

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