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PAX East 2017: Samsung Quantum Dot Curved Gaming Monitor

amsung had a considerable presence at Pax East 2017. Today, let’s take a peek at their upcoming Quantum Dot Curved Gaming Monitor. First introduced at Gamescom 2016 and IFA 2016 Conferences, the CFG70 curved monitor is designed specifically for professional gamers. It includes an enhanced picture quality as well as player-friendly...

Kingston HyperX Brings the FURY and Impact to Your Gaming Rig

In case you missed it, Kingston HyperX released their latest memory line-up called FURY, aiming to keeping your gaming rig enhancements easy and cost-conscience. They showcased the new line-up of memory modules at PAX East this past April, sporting a variety of colors for fitting into any style of internals-exposing modded PC....

[PAX East 2013] Powerhouse Gaming Laptops by ASUS & MSI – First Impressions

In the world of PC gaming, it is commonplace for your traditional PC gamer to have a rig that they built themselves. I still have mine, although it was built during the creation of Stonehenge. But how about your closed-quarters gamer looking for a desktop replacement? Not everyone has the...

[PAX East 2013] Legend of Dungeon Interview

Approaching the Legend of Dungeon booth at PAX East this year, the atmosphere was pure gamer happiness. I looked on as two developers excitedly buzzed about the showcase; shouting helpful tips to the 4-person gathering of fans demoing the game, explaining the finer nuances of poking pixel ogres with tiny...

[PAX East 2013] Lords of New York

With Smartphones in our pockets and tablet features expanding to the point where most are turning into miniature computers, it should not be a surprise to see gaming evolving along side these new platforms. Mobile gaming is becoming as popular as handheld gaming; people are relying heavily on their new...

[PAX East 2013] Delvers Drop Interview

The retro gaming revival is alive and well, bringing us a steady stream of nostalgic wonderment from our childhoods with all the unforgiving difficulty curves we know and love. One of its best representations I’ve seen is Delvers Drop. Imagine if Link was dosed with hallucinogenic mushrooms, plunged into a dark yet colorfully...