This 144Hz MSI gaming monitor is on sale for $200 right now

Bigger isn’t always better, though when it comes to gaming monitors, I’d argue that staring at a larger display is more enjoyable than looking at a smaller one, even if only at 1080p. If you agree, then check out MSI’s 27-inch Optix MAG270VC. It’s on sale at Best Buy for $199.99, which is $100 below

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AverMedia hints at an external 4K60 HDR capture device coming in 2020

The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas kicks off next month, and that means a whole bunch of product announcements are right around the corner. Presumably, one of them will be a new external capture device with support for recording 4K HDR streams at 60 frames per second. AverMedia teased the pending announcement on

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Indie dungeon crawler Tower of Time is free on GOG

Indie dungeon crawler Tower of Time is free on GOG for the next couple days. If you aren’t familiar, it’s a dungeon crawler set in a sort of magic-punk, advanced technology world. Despite its real-time combat, it’s very much a game for those who enjoyed Divinity, with highly customizable characters and a lot of story

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Specs for nearly a dozen Intel Comet Lake CPUs may have leaked

It looks as though Intel is planning to introduce a bunch of 10th generation desktop “Comet Lake” processors very soon, likely either at CES or perhaps sometime shortly after, if the latest leaks hold up. The information comes from a pair of supposed presentation slides outlining nearly a dozen Comet Lake CPUs, including model names,

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God game The Universim enters beta with fancy new planets

Crytivo has announced that god game The Universim is entering Beta alongside an update improving the scale of the game’s planets. The Universim is a hugely ambitious crowdfunded god game that seeks to create a civilization-building experience from the earliest days of neolithic life to a planets-spanning galactic civilization. The next big update for the

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Diary of a Droid Jedi – Star Wars Conquest, part 5

This is a chronicle of our absurd, canon-destroying playthrough of Star Wars Conquest, a mod for sandbox RPG Mount & Blade, originally published in 2014. We brought it back for the holidays. Twenty hours into my Star Wars Conquest campaign, I realize that I have no idea what the game’s win state is. Is there

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How indie devs saved couch multiplayer in the 2010s

Mark Essen has a simple justification for initially leaving out an online multiplayer mode in Nidhogg. The tech was difficult to build, and expensive to deploy. He did not have an army of netcode experts ready to squash bugs, reduce latency, and seamlessly connect to servers. It was far more important to make sure the

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Game of the Year Awards 2019

We’ll be spending the rest of December revealing PC Gamer’s Game of the Year Awards for 2019. Here’s how it works: each staff member gets up to six nominations for games that came out this year. We add up the nominations, jump on a global group call, and decide which games we want to give

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