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Grand Theft Auto V for PC gets 4K support and a First Person view.

In an interview with IGN, Rob Nelson, the animation director on GTA 5 at Rockstar Games calls the new first person perspective mode in the upcoming ‘Next-Gen’ editions of GTA5 “Intense, in-your-face experience… literally”.

While the first person mode will also be on PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game, only PC will get 4K support while PS4 and Xbox One are stuck at 1080P locked at 30fps.

 

 

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Assasins Creed Unity System Requirements, Higher Than You Might Expect.

Yesterday, blog.ubi.com posted the official PC system requirements for Assassin’s Creed Unity only for the internet to explode in discussion about just how dam high they are.

Will Assassins Creed Unity on PC actually make use of the recommended i7 CPU and GTX 780 video card or is just a poor port that suffers out of the box from performance issues? We hope its the former but only time will tell.

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Building a Custom Gaming PC for Call of Duty : Advanced Warfare (System Requirements)

Publisher Activision has finally got around to publishing their minimum system requirements for the next installment in their multi-million dollar Call of Duty franchise, Advanced Warfare. While the “Recommended” system requirements are not yet published we can get a good idea of what they might be based on the minimum requirements and the requirements of previous installments in the series.

This iteration of the game has reportedly been developed on a completely rebuilt game engine with new animation, rendering, physics and audio systems according to an interview with the developer in EDGE magazine.

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Building a Gaming PC for Dragon Age Inquisition

Famed developer Bioware announced next months long awaited Dragon Age sequels hardware requirements this week, letting gamers know when there in for if they’re planning on jumping on board come the games release on November 18th.

Being published by EA Games, the game was originally slated for release in October before being pushed back to November only few months prior. Before we delve in to how to go about building a custom gaming PC for Dragon Age Inquisition, lets take a look at the official requirements.

 

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Building a Gaming PC for Middle Earth: Shadows of Mordor

Monolith’s Middle Earth: Shadows of Mordor has been getting a lot hype ahead of it’s release tomorrow and if the big game review sites are to believed, rightly so.

  • 8/10 – Gamespot.com
  • 9.3/10 IGN.com
  • 5/5 GiantBomb.com
  • 4.5/5 GamesRadar.com
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Make your next Gaming PC stand out with the new Aerocool DS Range

When it comes to mid tower PC case design, very few vendors deviate from the tried and true, black and white color schemes. Aerocool’s DS200 range has broken the mold releasing an ORANGE, BLUE, GREEN and RED versions in addition to the standard black and white options giving the customers 6 different colors to choose from.

The overall design of the DS 200 mid tower range follows in the footsteps of their earlier mITX DS Cube series, that also comes in range of colors. As standard the DS 200 comes with noise damping materials affixed to the internal panels and a built in LCD fan controller and temperature display. This 4 speed fan controller also has the ability to swap between 7 different back lighting colors and the temperature readout can be switched between Celsius and Fahrenheit.