PC Gaming

Roccat Kova Mouse Review – Affordable, solid design

Roccat Kova Mouse Review – Affordable, solid design

Over the years, Roccat has slowly carved out a name for themselves as a maker of quality gaming accessories. I've used a few of their mice and keyboards, and have generally been pleased with them. Today, I'm going to take a look at their Kova mouse, which I've been using for a little while.

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Crafting in The Division is about to get a lot harder

Crafting in The Division is about to get a lot harder

When an online, multiplayer game gets released, there are obviously some balancing issues that have to be rectified over time. This usually means changing the damage output of weapons, or making adjustments to special abilities. Well, The Division is about to go through some balancing changes next week, and it's got a lot of players upset.

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Bethesda outlines Doom Open Beta, DLC plans

Bethesda outlines Doom Open Beta, DLC plans

It's been quite some time since we've gotten to play a new Doom title, so it's no wonder that people are wanting to get their hands on the game as soon as possible. Last week Bethesda allowed some lucky people to test out the multiplayer portion of the game during their closed beta. However, for those that weren't able to get in, you're in luck. The company has just announced an open beta that kicks off next week.

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Quantum Break DRM bug turns your character into a pirate

Quantum Break DRM bug turns your character into a pirate

Different companies have different ways of dealing with piracy. Some will try to lock a game down with harsh DRM, which can sometimes backfire and prevent the game from being played by paying users. Others will simply use an Easter egg to shame pirates into (hopefully) purchasing a copy of the game. Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment went with the second option, but it looks like it still managed to affect legitimate game owners.

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Valve debuts VR spectator mode for DOTA 2

Valve debuts VR spectator mode for DOTA 2

Valve has just teased a new virtual reality-compatible spectator mode for the immensely popular MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) game DOTA 2, one of the biggest titles in the growing trend of e-sports. The new mode is seen in a video clip on the SteamVR website, highlighting how the VR experience enhances spectating for fans. An e-sports match is played out in 3D right in front of a viewer, while additional information can be seen just looking to the sides of the map.

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PlayStation 4 update brings remote play to PCs and Macs starting tomorrow

PlayStation 4 update brings remote play to PCs and Macs starting tomorrow

Sony has been beta testing their latest PS4 update since the beginning of last month. The update, version 3.50, codenamed MUSASHI includes a lot of interesting features, but the big one wasn't included in the beta. It's the ability to stream your PlayStation 4 games to a Mac or PC.

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VR headset hygiene mask keeps things sanitary

VR headset hygiene mask keeps things sanitary

I'll be honest, I really don't want to be writing today. It's Vive launch day, and I have games that are waiting to be played in the other room. Thankfully, I've found something worthwhile to write about, that's also related to my burning desire to play VR. It will also help me with a certain problem that I've been worrying about.

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World of Warcraft Twitch streamer dances his way to level 100

World of Warcraft Twitch streamer dances his way to level 100

When you first play a game like World of Warcraft, it takes a good while to level all the way up. Plus, you've got to learn how to properly play the character. Then, after years of playing, it can honestly be so easy that you need a new challenge. One Twitch streamer seems to have hit that point, and decided that it was time to take a character from level 1 to 100, using nothing more than a pair of DDR dance pads.

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Fallout 4’s Wasteland Workshop DLC gets a release date, trailer

Fallout 4’s Wasteland Workshop DLC gets a release date, trailer

We've known for a little while that Fallout 4's next piece of DLC would be shipping sometime this month, but Bethesda was keeping the exact release date to themselves. Perhaps they were just waiting until they were done cutting the trailer, before making the official announcement. Either way, today they released the official trailer, and made the announcement that the DLC would be dropping next week.

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HTC Vive vs Vive Pre, what’s the difference?

HTC Vive vs Vive Pre, what’s the difference?

Today is the big day for some lucky HTC Vive buyers. The Vive is showing up in houses across the US, which means it's time to answer the burning question on everyone's mind. No, I don't know when yours is showing up, I mean the other burning question. "What's the difference between the Vive and the Vive Pre?" Well I'm glad you asked.

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Windows 10 is now the most popular PC gaming OS

Windows 10 is now the most popular PC gaming OS

Since Microsoft started offering free upgrades to Windows 10 last year, a lot of people have been upgrading. Sure, there are plenty of people that are still holding onto their beloved Windows 7 installations, but that number continues to dwindle. So just how popular is the latest version of Windows? Well it's now the most-commonly used OS, at least for playing games.

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Top games to play in April on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U

Top games to play in April on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U

April is nearly here, which unfortunately means that almost everything you read tomorrow will be some sort of gag. But thankfully the upcoming game releases are no April Fool's joke. Today we'll take a look at some of the most-anticipated games coming out next month.

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