Cyberpunk 2077 Tech Deals and Their Cost

There is a sentiment that is often pondered as to why a company like CD Red Project would bother pandering to the establishment and the Game Journo Pros over say the majority of humanity who are their paying customers. The company constantly promises to be “really inclusive“, changing features of Cyberpunk 2077 at the behest of ResetEra, apologizing to SJWs for a joke, or firing someone for using a hashtag. Naturally, there is the pragmatic issue that these individuals — as they do in academia, Hollywood, and where ever they set up shop — will systematically harass and attempt to drive you from the industry. Even if you are successful in preventing this, as many are, you live a life of perpetual stress. After all, only in the movies does the crime syndicate find it more advantageous to just kill you. Continue reading “Cyberpunk 2077 Tech Deals and Their Cost”

Nvidia Attempts to Blame Misunderstanding for Activision Pulling Games From Their Streaming Service

There is one truth about streaming that companies are hoping consumers do not pick up on before it is too late to do anything about it: That being the simple fact that you own nothing, you have rights to nothing, and if the content owner wishes to pull their game(s) because they don’t want to compete with themselves you the end user are flat out of luck. Continue reading “Nvidia Attempts to Blame Misunderstanding for Activision Pulling Games From Their Streaming Service”

Nvidia Partners With Tencent To Power The Chinese Cloud Gaming Service

The mega-corporation known as Tencent has “soft-launched” its cloud gaming service in China, and helping power the “service” that Tencent is over is non-other than Nvidia. So far, a few PC games are available to try via the ongoing beta. Continue reading “Nvidia Partners With Tencent To Power The Chinese Cloud Gaming Service”

Quake 2 RTX 1.2 Update Adds God Rays, Recursive Reflections, Improved Textures

Quake 2 RTX 1.2 Update

Back in June Nvidia released Quake II RTX on Steam, GOG, and the Bethesda Launcher for PC gamers. The free re-release of the 1997 first-person shooter was a showcase of the RTX technology bringing older games up to today’s standards as far as shader rendering and texture improvements were concerned. The latest update, to version 1.2, brings even more improvements and upgrades to the visual experience of id Software’s classic sci-fi shooter. Continue reading “Quake 2 RTX 1.2 Update Adds God Rays, Recursive Reflections, Improved Textures”

Metro: Exodus RTX Videos Touch On Global Illumination And Performance

Metro: Exodus is the upcoming work of Deep Silver and 4A Games. Due out on February 22nd, 2019, the first-person shooter will hit PC, PS4, and Xbox One. While the latter platform will receive special Xbox One X enhancements, the former platform (PC) will see the threequel enhanced with NVIDIA RTX Ray Tracing on GeForce RTX graphics cards. Continue reading “Metro: Exodus RTX Videos Touch On Global Illumination And Performance”

Atomic Heart RTX Presentation Shows Off Mirror Reflections And Lighting

Mudfish submitted Atomic Heart video footage to NVIDIA at the Editor’s Day event in an attempt to show off the addition of RTX Ray Traced Ambient Occlusion. The video covers how reflections and shadows transform the look of scenes as well as detail that reflects the properties of materials and the surrounding world. Continue reading “Atomic Heart RTX Presentation Shows Off Mirror Reflections And Lighting”

Atomic Heart RTX Nvidia Trailer Explores The Wonders Of Facility 3826

Although Mundfish delayed Atomic Heart from 2018 to 2019, the devs have released a new video to sate thirsty fans. In the latest video trailer, we get to see the unique alternate Soviet Union through Nvidia’s Ray Tracing tech. Atomic Heart is set to release across PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One. Continue reading “Atomic Heart RTX Nvidia Trailer Explores The Wonders Of Facility 3826”

Researchers Claim The Nintendo Switch Is 10 Times More Powerful Than An Ipad

The research tech team over at MindTribe has dissected a Nintendo Switch to take a closer look at just how powerful the console really is, and to see what’s really hidden away inside the case.
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PC Gaming Generated $31 Billion In 2016, According To DFC Intelligence

Nvidia shared some interesting stats on their blog recently as they talked up their GeForce line, mobile gaming, laptop gaming and desktop gaming. In the blog post, Nvidia pointed to a report from DFC Intelligence where they estimated that the PC gaming market revenue grew to $31 billion in 2016. Continue reading “PC Gaming Generated $31 Billion In 2016, According To DFC Intelligence”

Nvidia Shield TV Gains 4K HDR In-Home Cloud Streaming

During this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Nvidia’s CEO Jen-Hsun Haung took to the stage to talk about all the different innovations that their company is working on for the near future. One of their latest innovations is the upgraded Shield TV with GameStream technology. Continue reading “Nvidia Shield TV Gains 4K HDR In-Home Cloud Streaming”

Nintendo Switch Powered By Custom Nvidia Tegra GPU

Nvidia announced recently – following on the official announcement by Nintendo for the Switch – that they are powering the graphics processing of the Nintendo Switch. Nvidia made the announcement over on their official website. Continue reading “Nintendo Switch Powered By Custom Nvidia Tegra GPU”

Xotic PC Gaming Laptops Feature Nvidia GTX 10 Series GPUs For VR Gaming

Xotic PC

Xotic PC announced that they have a selection of new gaming laptops outfitted with Nvidia’s latest GTX 10xx series of GPUs. This includes the coveted GTX 1080, the moderate GTX 1070 and the affordable GTX 1060. Continue reading “Xotic PC Gaming Laptops Feature Nvidia GTX 10 Series GPUs For VR Gaming”

Fuze F1 Console Will Launch In China With 76 Games

Fuze Entertainment, a Chinese based corporation, will be releasing a new home console in China later this year. The budget priced unit will only cost $138 and will be designed to attract the lower end of the market in terms of pricing, but feature games aimed at the hardcore demographic. Continue reading “Fuze F1 Console Will Launch In China With 76 Games”

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