This week, Borderlands developer Gearbox Software released their new competitive MOBA-style first-person-shooter, Battleborn.
To mark the occasion, we published a new build guide: Building the Best PC for Battleborn.
For those looking to join legions of tank-exploders, we now have a guide that explains everything you need to know about building a PC powerful enough for World of Tanks.
Check it out here: Building the Best PC for World of Tanks.
Minecraft is one of the most popular games on the planet, and it has introduced a new generation of gamers to PC gaming. For many, Minecraft will be the game that inspires them to build their own computer.
People often ask us for advice on building a PC for a specific game, and one of the games commonly requested is Grand Theft Auto V.
Since well before Valve launched SteamOS in late 2013, some PC gamers have been interested in replacing their living room gaming devices with a computer solution that can play PC games and pack more graphical power than a console. Valve later introduced Big Picture Mode and the concept of the Steam Machine: a small PC you use to game in your living room in place of a console.
Every year, Steam has several sales, usually coinciding with the various holidays. Two days ago, Steam’s Winter sales started, bringing down the prices of over 10,000 different games.
Some people would say that 10,000 is a large number of games, and we would agree. We have combed through the sales, and picked out about 60 titles that we liked the most. We split the recommendations in bigger and smaller titles. Since there are so many games on sale, we only looked at games with discounts of 50% or more.
Still looking for the right gift for the PC gamer in your life?
Our good friend, the smooth-voiced YouTube gaming sensation RecklessYuki, just released a gamer gift guide for the 2015 holiday season. Watch it here:
Here are the products mentioned in the video, in order of appearance:
The post-apocalyptic future is now bigger and prettier than ever. Fallout 4 is out, and millions of gamers are already pissing off giant mutants, modifying laser guns, and amassing a small fortune in bottlecaps.
If you’d like to escape from the vault that is your daily existence and begin exploring virtual wastelands, you might be wondering how powerful of a PC you need to play Fallout 4. Well, this video is going to cover everything you need to know to play Fallout 4 on PC on a variety of settings, from the bare minimum up to extremely demanding resolutions like 4K. Shall we get started?