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Monday, 30 Sep 2013
NVIDIA, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, and WB Games Montréal are collaborating to produce Batman: Arkham Origins (the next installment in the Batman: Arkham video game franchise). Simply purchase a qualifying graphics card from a participating partner to get your hands on the free PC edition of the game. Details inside.
Finishing of their trio of announcements, Valve has introduced a new handheld controller. The Steam Controller does away with thumbsticks and replaces them with trackpads and a touchpad to boot.
Thursday, 26 Sep 2013
After the announcement of SteamOS, Valve has revealed their plans for hardware. Partnering up with different manufacturers, Valve plans on releasing multiple machines running SteamOS in early 2014.
AMD revs up its gears and introduces a new API (codenamed Mantle) that taps into its GPU architecture to help game developers get the best out of the GPU.
Tuesday, 24 Sep 2013
Valve has announced their new SteamOS, an operating system based on Linux and designed for the living room gaming PC.
Monday, 23 Sep 2013
On top of powering on the latest Intel Core i7 processors including an Extreme Edition option, the Aurora gaming desktop comes loaded with the latest NVIDIA GeForce 700-series or AMD 8900-series graphics, providing support for immersive experiences, be it multi-display, 3D or higher resolutions beyond 1080p gaming.
Thursday, 19 Sep 2013
Following a North American and European launch in November, Sony's Playstation 4 will be launching in Singapore and other South East Asian countries in the middle of December 2013. Unfortunately, no pricing or specific date was announced. 20 game titles will accompany the launch.
Wednesday, 18 Sep 2013
Blizzard has announced that it will be shutting down both the gold and real money auction houses in Diablo III on 18th March 2014. Blizzard's John Hight explained that the Auction House "ultimately undermines Diablo's core game play: kill monsters to get cool loot."
Monday, 16 Sep 2013
According to anonymous game developers, thanks to the PlayStation 4's superior hardware, games on Sony's new gaming console can run as much as 50% faster compared to the Xbox One.
Monday, 9 Sep 2013
Sony's US$100 PlayStation Vita TV is a tiny console and set-top box which lets you play Vita, PSP and PS1 games on your TV. It can also be used as an extender for the upcoming PlayStation 4, letting you play on another TV.