Tag: gaming news
Today MSi has announced a new update to their thin gaming laptops, WS63, to make them run better than ever while showcasing top of the line graphics you can take with you on the go. Come inside to learn more and check out the latest specs.
If you're looking for a sleekly designed new monitor for your PC setup, you need look no further than the latest releases from AOC. They've launced two new displays with the aid of design studio F. A. Porsche...Come inside to learn more and check them out!
Earlier this year, MSI launched a new series of gaming PCs, the Trident 3, but today they've announced a new limited edition version which looks sleeker and packs in some hardware upgrades. Come inside to check it out!
Razer has announced their brand new gaming laptop, the Blade Pro, which packs all the strength of a gaming desktop (and then some), into a small frame you can carry wherever. Come inside to learn more!
SteelSeries (who develop some pretty great headsets for gamers) is launching a new line-up of headphones specifically for gamers, keeping the design simpler in order to give them longevity. Come inside to learn more!
This morning, Razer announced that their popular line of gaming laptops are getting some updates to make them faster, stronger, and cheaper than ever before. Come inside to learn more about these and updates to their other products!
The wait is over! We are back from summer break and ready to tackle the world of fandom headfirst. In this week’s episode, Ransom regales us with his list of “made up” games, Mike flexes his Overwatch muscles (and we're forced to watch it), while Eric asks why critics' scores seem to be very different from the general public. Come inside to listen!
MSI has launched the first selection of gaming specific laptops using NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 10 Series GPU, making it ideal for gamers on the go, and ready for the future of VR gaming. Come inside to check out their launch line-up and learn more about them!
How does Brexit effect the game industry in the UK? Eric has a discussion with UK Game Developer Tom Beardsmore, CEO OF Coatsink Software, about the possible fate of the game industry in the UK.