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Call of Duty: Ghosts PC version said to outperform next-gen consoles

Call of Duty: Ghosts PC version said to outperform next-gen consoles

It's long been a solid argument by PC gamers that PC hardware can always outperform consoles any day, but the lack of focus on PC games by developers has lead to a bottleneck of sorts, where studios are simply porting console games to PC without optimizing it to use PC hardware to its fullest extent. However, Infinity Ward says that won't be the case for Call of Duty: Ghosts.

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Grand Theft Auto V coming to PC this fall, according to NVIDIA [UPDATE: Statement]

Grand Theft Auto V coming to PC this fall, according to NVIDIA [UPDATE: Statement]

Grand Theft Auto V has been the talk of the gaming town for months now, and speculation is continuing to build as we get closer to the game's release date. However, while we've seen past GTA titles release on the PC, Rockstar has yet to announce availability for GTAV on PC, but according to NVIDIA, it seems like we will, in fact, see the newest GTA title come to the PC in a timely manner. UPDATE: See NVIDIA statement below.

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FEAR Online official, beta sign-ups happening now

FEAR Online official, beta sign-ups happening now

The popular horror-themed first-person shooter series FEAR is back, and this time it's going free-to-play. Aeria Games has announced FEAR Online, an online, free-to-play approach of Monolith's horror FPS series. FEAR Online will take the singleplayer aspect of the game and turn it into an online multiplayer experience.

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Alienware says consoles are “becoming more and more like PCs”

Alienware says consoles are “becoming more and more like PCs”

The recent announcements of the latest next-generation consoles from Microsoft and Sony have stirred up a lot of renewed fanboy wars, but Alienware general manager Frank Azor says that consoles are simply "becoming more and more like PCs," proving that the PC is the ultimate gaming machine, and Microsoft and Sony are simply taking that concept and putting it in the living room.

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ASRock M8 gaming PC appears with BMW design cred

ASRock M8 gaming PC appears with BMW design cred

The last time we saw BMW get into the gaming PC market was way back in 2009 with the Thermaltake Level 10 case. It was certainly a beauty, and something that we've quite never seen before. However, BMW is back again with something new, and it's a complete gaming PC for ASRock. It's called the M8, and it's different from the Level 10 in the sense that it actually looks like a traditional gaming PC this time around, but it comes with some unique features.

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