Gaming

Watch E3’s PC Gaming Show 2019 Right Here on June 10

The 2019 PC Gaming Show, which takes place once again in Los Angeles at The Mayan Theater on June 10 from 10 AM to 12 PM PT, can be watched live on twitch.tv/pcgamer, and on YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter. Sponsored this year by Epic Games Store, the event will be hosted by award-winning eSports presenter Frankie Ward and famed gamer Senan “Day[9]” Plott, and ... Read More »

Google Stadia: Here are all the games coming to Google’s gaming service

Months after first launching its gaming service – Google Stadia – on stage Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019 in San Francisco, Google on June 6 finally unveiled key details about the service. At the time of the launch, Google had announced that Stadia, the gaming service that would be powered by the company’s data centres, would be available in select ... Read More »

Tips to Time Management When Playing Rummy Online

Rummy is indeed a fascinating card game, which is popular across the world. It is one of the most cherished pastimes and household affair during a gathering and a festival. While you can take your own sweet time to play this game in physical company, online rummy is about playing within a specified time limit. Within a restricted time, you have to ... Read More »

E3 2019 Schedule: 3 Revelations From the Gaming Expo’s Floor Plan

As E3 2019 inches closer, sparkly-eyed gamers eagerly await a flurry of game teasers, product announcements and esports tournaments. The event won’t kick off formally until June 11, but in the meanwhile, gamers can turn their attention to the newly released floor plan for clues about what to expect. E3 only just released the floor plan of the conference on Thursday, and it details ... Read More »

Audeze gets super serious about gaming audio with $899 LCD-GX

If there’s one brand I trust to build the best headphones in the world, it’s Audeze. The company’s flagship LCD line extends all the way up into the $4,000 price range, and I’d argue that its latest LCD-4z have the performance to match. Today, though, Audeze is addressing a broader market with the launch of its second gaming headphones, the LCD-GX. These borrow ... Read More »

Payment secrets hidden in the global gaming economy

From the developers and designers who create the games to the esports athletes who compete on grand stages during tournaments, the global gaming economy is a major industry with over $150 billion in gaming revenue and an 11 percent annual revenue growth, according to Newzoo. As gaming forms its own economy, seamless payment experiences at every level are critical for the ... Read More »

Hideo Kojima Discusses Cloud Gaming, Teases One ‘Big Thing’ for Streaming

“Death Stranding” creator Hideo Kojima shared his thoughts on cloud gaming in a recent interview with Nikkei Business, noting that he has “one big thing” in mind for the service in the future. Kojima shared his views on 5G connectivity, the need for the industry to adapt to the unique challenges and features it could bring, and how streaming games could change the type of ... Read More »

Acer’s new Predator Helios 700 gaming laptop has a transforming keyboard and trackpad

Acer just announced its latest gaming laptop, the Predator Helios 700. It looks like a larger version of the company’s Predator Helios 300 model, with an updated design. The keyboard and trackpad actually slide forward toward the user, and the trackpad tilts down to form a palm rest. The keyboard is obviously the star of the show here. Acer calls ... Read More »

Great moments in PC gaming: Breaking demos for extra play

Great moments in PC gaming are short, bite-sized celebrations of some of our favorite gaming memories. Long before the internet was a smorgasbord of free or near-as-free games, most of us only got something new for birthdays, Christmas, and the occasional convenient death of a family member around the launch of a new Ultima game. (Your mileage may vary on ... Read More »

Google Stadia can replace gaming hardware but several concerns remain

Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019 gave hardware manufacturers a lot to think about with the advent of cloud-based gaming. Services like Google Stadia and Microsoft xCloud aren’t far from their final phase of development. And, the concept of cloud gaming has gone from future to near-future, with Google’s Stadia set for release later this year. At GDC 2019, Google showcased ... Read More »