PC Gaming

Toshiba Qosmio X500 Launching in September, Brings High Price Tag

Toshiba Qosmio X500 Launching in September, Brings High Price Tag

Toshiba has officially unveiled the refreshed X500 gaming machine. Featuring plenty under the hood to get any PC gamer excited, the laptop features a rich black and red casing to attract the eye of any passer-by. But, as with everything that we enjoy, with high-end specifications, come the high-end price tag, and Toshiba has certainly followed that rule with the Qosmio X500.

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SEE Virtual Worlds’ Planet Michael: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Online Game is real MMO

SEE Virtual Worlds’ Planet Michael: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Online Game is real MMO

For PC gamers, there are a lot of choices. There's a strong focus on First Person Shooter (FPS) titles (unless you ask Kudo Tsunoda), Real Time Strategy (RTS) titles, and then there's the Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) titles. These are the ones that incorporate thousands of players into one game, and let them run free to do what they want. Titles like World of Warcraft hover at the top of the list for being one of the best selling titles ever, with sales only climbing with sequels and expansions. But, now there's a new challenger coming: Planet Michael.

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Final Fantasy XIV PC Peripherals Break Cover

Final Fantasy XIV PC Peripherals Break Cover

Final Fantasy XIV is coming to the PC on September 30th, and with a large title like a Final Fantasy title, it's expected that accessories with the logo on them would break into the wild. And, sure enough, we've got not only a keyboard, but plenty of other peripheral goodies for you PC gamers who plan on spending a large amount of hours plugging into the Final Fantasy universe.

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Activision Wants to Sell You Video Game Cutscenes

Activision Wants to Sell You Video Game Cutscenes

Video games have evolved since their debut all those years ago. While there are some obvious exceptions to the rule, the general principal behind the video games of today's day-and-age is telling a story. Cutscenes may not be the favorite way to do that, but if the developers can make them engaging enough, they certainly do attract the eye. For example, the cutscenes within StarCraft II are some of the best to date. And while the visuals may not need to be breathtaking, as long as the story gets across in an enjoyable way, thousands of gamers out there will sit idly by and watch as the story develops before them. Activision wants to take advantage of that.

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AVADirect Clevo B5100M and B7100 Available Now, Feature Optimus Technology

AVADirect Clevo B5100M and B7100 Available Now, Feature Optimus Technology

As far as gaming laptops go, a lot of power has to be shoved into a relatively smaller space. Not to say that most gaming laptops out there aren't thick devices, but you get the idea. With the newly available Clevo V54100M and B7100 gaming laptops, the size shouldn't be your focal point, as they've got plenty of features tucked away in there to make any PC gamer want to get their hands one one.

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Kingston Unveils Water-Cooled DDR3 Memory Kits, Intended for Hardcore Gamers

Kingston Unveils Water-Cooled DDR3 Memory Kits, Intended for Hardcore Gamers

Kingston has been a big name in the memory business for awhile now, especially amongst those that want to grab some good, but relatively cheap memory options. However, Kingston wants to make their name known in every available facet, so that's why they've recently unveiled their new water-cooled DDR3 memory kits, which are specifically targeted for the hardcore gamers out there.

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Digital Storm BlackOPS Gaming PCs Utilize NVIDIA’s 3D Vision for Total Immersion Gaming

Digital Storm BlackOPS Gaming PCs Utilize NVIDIA’s 3D Vision for Total Immersion Gaming

When you're playing a video game, you want to feel like you're actually in there, doing stuff. And while playing on your huge HDTV may be one way to get that done, there's another way to make sure that you get the full experience. 3D, of course. And, when you start using your multi-display rig to get totally immersed, you'll finally understand what it's like to be jumping around your favorite video game world.

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Windows Phone 7 Series Game Hub Video Demonstration

Windows Phone 7 Series Game Hub Video Demonstration

The tiles on the Start screen of the upcoming Windows Phone 7 Series is one of those features that we just can't get enough of. Aside from the fact that they're interchangeable and customizable, you've also got the mix of live Hubs in there that just make them all the more interesting. In the case of the Game Hub, this live tile is always connected to your Xbox LIVE profile, which allows for your LIVE Avatar to pop his or her head up every once in awhile, just to let you know they're stuck in there.

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Razer and Sixense bring motion-sensing peripheral to PC gaming [Video]

Razer and Sixense bring motion-sensing peripheral to PC gaming [Video]

Dedicated PC gaming accessories manufacturer Razer has teamed up with Sixense to bring motion-sensing peripherals to PC gaming.  By means of a an electromagnetic field sent out from a transmitter, the two-controller set up is able to create a precise replication of on-screen movements.   Furthermore, the technology can also support gesture-based commands, and more remarkably can detect position in space along six axes.

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