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Atari unveils new Ataribox design

The longtime game company has revealed the designs for its new console, with both a modern and classic variant. The Facts The reveal came in a newsletter released by the company July 17, which detailed the design of the new console. Named the Ataribox, the console incorporates elements from the …

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Nacon to demo their Alpha Pad at E3

nacon alpha pad

Did you know that eSports is getting its own gaming controller?  Veteran peripheral maker Nacon just introduced the world’s first eSports ready gamepad… Now, for the most part, gaming controllers have always been pretty straight forward. A D-pad or two for momentum, and the typical A,B,X,Y (or Circle, Square, Triangle, …

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HyperX Cloud (Gaming Headset) Review

Oh, the headset. It seems like such a simple thing, but it’s so hard to get it just right. You need perfect sound, of course – after all, hearing an approaching footstep or the click of a gun being cocked can mean the difference between “achievement unlocked” and “game over”. …

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PlayStation 4 OS uses up 3.5 GB of ram

The PS4, originally thought to have 1gb gddr5 ram dedicated to OS out of a total of 8 gb now appears to use considerably more. With 4.5 GB of ram capable of being used by developers for games, alongside Xbox One‘s and Wii U‘s ram limitations, it seems that once again …

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