Half-Life: Alyx could be just the start, as Valve confirms more single-player games

It looks like more games are coming from Valve, after Valve president Gabe Newell confirmed the company was working on a number of new titles

[FPS Benchmarks] Red Dead Redemption 2 on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 (90W and 115W) – a close battle

Red Dead Redemption 2 is a very successful game that is developed by Rockstar Games. Just like GTA V, RDR 2 is a real blockbuster

Valve’s Gabe Newell says its “unfair to throw stones” at CD Projekt Red over Cyberpunk 2077

Valve CEO Gabe Newell has made a few interesting comments regarding the recent release of Cyberpunk 2077 and its developer CD Projekt Red. Interviewed by

Best big phones of 2021: Top phablets 6 inches or larger

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Asus ROG Phone 5 stars in hands-on video

The hype surrounding ASUS’s next ROG Phone is growing by the day and the latest leak shows us the phone from back to front alongside

EPOS Sennheiser GSP 602 Review

The EPOS GSP 602 is a $219 gaming headset that offers an attractive finish, sturdy build, and satisfying audio quality. It sounds like a winner,

Anbernic RG351P Review

If you want to play classic games on the go (and don’t mind navigating the gray and churning emulation waters), an emulation-based gaming handheld is

From Breath of the Wild 2 to remakes: 10 predictions for The Legend of Zelda’s 35th anniversary

We could be in for a host of The Legend of Zelda game announcements in the coming months, as we enter the 35th anniversary of

New Pokémon Snap on Switch will be a lot smaller than Sword and Shield

New Pokémon Snap for Nintendo Switch is coming April 30, but those expecting a massive Pokémon adventure may be disappointed. The file size for the

Canon EOS R1 rumored to be coming with next-gen autofocus and key video feature

A new flagship Canon EOS R1 sports camera is rumored to be en route with a couple of very impressive tricks, including a next-gen autofocus

Well, I’m addicted to Path of Exile again

On Friday, January 15th, Grinding Gear Games released a new seasonal league for Path of Exile. This latest league, called Ritual League, is unlike most

Top Programming Languages for Students

Programming is one of the most significant skills anyone can have in the 21st century. Interestingly, almost anyone can learn and develop the skill. For

Level Up: How the PS5 and Xbox Series X are giving old games a new lease of life

Console gaming has always been held back in some ways. Whether it’s through lacklustre performance or image quality which doesn’t reach the full potential many

Call of Duty: Warzone now runs way better on PC thanks to DLSS

Activision and Infinity Ward have released a new update for Call of Duty: Warzone which incorporates DLSS support for those using Nvidia RTX graphics cards.  For those

Nintendo Switch Pro: Why we need a 4K Switch

The Nintendo Switch could use a graphical upgrade The PS5 and Xbox Series X may be the hot new consoles in town, but I spent

[FPS Benchmarks] For Honor on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 (90W and 115W) – both deliver 100+ FPS on Extreme preset

For Honor is an interesting game and there are gamers that still play it regularly despite the tittle age. Like most multiplayer games, FPS does

Gaming in 2020 – The Losers

While there was no lack of great games to play in 2020, there were many things about the games industry that were lacking throughout the

Microsoft working on fix for disconnecting Xbox Series X controllers

Microsoft has committed to correcting an issue that causes some Xbox Series X controllers to stop sending inputs in certain games and, in some cases,

Cyberpunk 2077 loses over 75% of players on Steam

Cyberpunk 2077 has become a controversial topic to discuss since its release on December 10 last year, with its ‘fall from grace’ hitting major news

Nintendo buys Luigi’s Mansion 3 developer Next Level Games

In a surprise move, Nintendo has purchased the game studio behind Luigi’s Mansion 3, as the concentration of developer ownership continues into 2021. The company

GTA 6 release date leak looks like very bad news

May we suggest playing Yakuza: Like a Dragon until then? If you were planning on adding the latest version of Grand Theft Auto to your

AGDQ 2021: 8 Speedruns you don’t want to miss this week

Week-long speedrunning marathon Awesome Games Done Quick 2021 kicked off yesterday, and though it looks a bit different from AGDQ 2020, it will still be

Gaming on weird phones: LG Wing and Microsoft Surface Duo

The delights of dual-screen displays Xbox Game Pass, the Netflix of Xbox games, has been a cash cow for Microsoft — a whopping 70% of

Why I’m glad I bought a PS5 instead of an Xbox Series X

DualSense and exclusive launch games hand Sony the win I know we’re all electioned out, but I can’t help feel like the rare swing voter

Torchlight II, Metro: Light Light Redux are temporarily free

It’s that time of the year for making resolutions, writing retrospectives, and grabbing free stuff. Of course, the holiday shopping season has yet to end

Cyberpunk 2077 photo mode: how to take next-level snaps in Night City

The Cyberpunk 2077 photo mode is a bit of a godsend for the Christmas break – while the holidays are usually a great time to

Among Us, Counter-Strike and Cyberpunk 2077 top Steam’s list of top-played games in 2020

Topping the Valve Steam’s Best of 2020 list are the usual suspects like Destiny 2, Counter-Strike, Grand Theft Auto 5 and Terraria, but there are

Ghostwire: Tokyo release date, setting, gameplay, and more

Everything you need to know about Ghostwire: Tokyo Ghostwire: Tokyo is the latest game developed by Tango Gameworks, the team that previously worked on both

Xbox Games with Gold January 2021 lineup includes combat and zombies

Microsoft has revealed the Xbox Games with Gold lineup for January 2021, giving players a look at what they’ll soon be able to download for

Games like Stardew Valley prove we’re in a gaming golden age

I have a tendency to be pretty negative in my opinion articles about video games, usually because those opinion posts are covering big publishers or