Gaming

The 9 Best Gaming Headsets Under $100

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A high quality headset is one of the most overlooked parts of the gaming experience. Developers and producers spend hundreds of hours creating an audio landscape that complements the game in ways most gamers never experience. Even a great sound bar doesn’t compare to the intimate quality of equal-quality headphones. That said, it can be […]

3 Best Games For Your RTX Ray Tracing GPU

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So you’ve bit the bullet and finally splurged on the latest, greatest RTX graphics card from Nvidia? This is the first consumer series of graphics cards that can do real-time ray tracing. Ray tracing is a rendering technique that uses a simulation of light to create almost photorealistic lighting and shadows.  It’s the premier technique […]

What Is Steam Broadcasting and How to Set It Up

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While it might seem like Twitch and YouTube are the only platforms worth streaming on, there are dozens of others that generate quite a bit of attention among their audiences. Just as there are alternative platforms to stream on, there are alternative tools to stream your gameplay. That’s where Steam Broadcasting comes in. This tool […]

What To Do When You Encounter A Bad_Module_Info Error

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You’ve spent the better part of an hour waiting for your new game to download and install. Finally, the Play button is illuminated and you eagerly click your cursor to launch the game. Or so you hoped. Not too long after you click, an error message pops up on the screen. It’s the dreaded Bad_Module_Info […]

The 7 Best Classic JRPGs Anyone Can Now Play On Mobile

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If you love role-playing games (RPG), especially digital ones, then there has never been a better time to be a fan. Mobile gamers in particular have a huge variety of RPGs to choose from. Who would have thought you could one day boot up Baldur’s Gate or Knights of the Old Republic on a smartphone? […]

Are Expensive “Pro” Versions of Consoles For You?

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It used to be that when console makers refreshed their products mid-generation, the one thing they would never do is improve game performance. They’d make consoles cheaper, quieter and smaller, but everyone got exactly the same gaming experience. There have been some exceptions over the years however. For example, Nintendo’s “New” 3DS console has more […]

6 Tips To Manage Your Massive Gaming Backlog

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Is this the golden age of video games? From a consumer perspective that might not be too much of a stretch. Yes this is the age of release day DLC, season passes and microtransactions. But it’s also an age of plenty for gamers. With Steam sales, subscription services and bundles aplenty, it’s easy to end […]

7 3DS Games To Catch Before The Switch Lite Launches

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Nintendo is in a bit of a weird place with its current flagship console. The Nintendo Switch fused its home console and handheld console business into one, but the original Switch was meant to live alongside the massively successful Nintendo 3DS. It makes sense, since although the Switch is the most powerful handheld console in […]

4 Ways That Mixer Is a Better Streaming Platform Than Twitch

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Fortnite superstar Tyler “Ninja” Blevins shocked gamers worldwide when he announced that he would no longer be streaming on Twitch and is moving to stream exclusively on Microsoft’s platform, Mixer. Despite being owned by such a massive corporation, many people had never even heard of Mixer until then. Xbox owners may have been familiar with […]

How To Quickly Unfollow a Game Channel On Nintendo Switch

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The Nintendo Switch “News” channel is a great tool for staying on top of the latest developments for your favorite games. If you open your Switch and select the News option at the bottom of the screen, you will see it is split into two sections Featured and Latest. You can also choose channels to […]