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Microsoft Announces Xbox One Controller Pricing – Will Be More Expensive Than PS4

Microsoft Announces Xbox One Controller Pricing – Will Be More Expensive Than PS4

The Xbox One will cost $100 more than the PlayStation 4 at launch. The Xbox One costs $499.99, while the PS4 will cost $399.99. Microsoft recently unveiled pricing for its Xbox One controllers and headsets and it looks like the Xbox One will continue the trend of being more expensive than the PlayStation 4. Specifically, Microsoft Xbox One controllers will cost: -$59.99 for the basic Xbox On

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MMORPG EVE Online 6VDT Battle Featured Record-Breaking 4,000 Players – Here’s the Technology Behind It

MMORPG EVE Online 6VDT Battle Featured Record-Breaking 4,000 Players – Here’s the Technology Behind It

EVE Online is one of the world’s most unique MMORPGs. It’s not the most popular MMORPG in the world, but those who like EVE tend to like it a lot. EVE is famous for its use of real-world currency, massive spaceships, and battles between hundreds of players. This past week, EVE Online broke yet another MMORPG record – the largest virtual fight in video game history. In a battle of epic pro

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Competitive Gaming Achieves Recognition As Professional Sport in the US

Competitive Gaming Achieves Recognition As Professional Sport in the US

Great news for all your PC enthusiasts out there: PC gaming is now officially considered a professional sport. Specifically, the U.S. State Department has officially declared the League of Legends tournament a professional sport. The news was announced by the U.S. State Department on July 15, 2013, and is important for a number of different reasons. The first and most important reason why th

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Microsoft May Speed Up the Xbox One’s Hardware Prior to Release

Microsoft May Speed Up the Xbox One’s Hardware Prior to Release

The upcoming Xbox One console is Microsoft’s latest entry into the console industry. Set to be released late in 2013, the Xbox One has been surrounded by controversy since the very first day it was announced. First, the Xbox One had the world’s most restrictive DRM policies. Then, it cost more than the PS4 despite having weaker hardware. Then, Microsoft completely reversed its DRM policies

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Xbox One’s Kinect Sensor Will Not Work With PCs

Xbox One’s Kinect Sensor Will Not Work With PCs

Microsoft has made some questionable decisions over the past 12 months. First, there was the Windows 8 debacle, where Microsoft attempted to force changes onto users – like removing the Start button – without giving them any option to reverse those changes. Then there was the infamous Xbox One announcement, where Microsoft attempted to con users into the world’s most restrictive DRM polic

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PC Gaming Fans: How to Save Money During Summer Game Sales like the Steam Summer Sale

PC Gaming Fans: How to Save Money During Summer Game Sales like the Steam Summer Sale

Summer is a time to leave the house and interact with the warm and friendly outside world. But if you’re like me – and millions of other PC gamers – there’s no better time than summer to binge on new PC games. School’s out. Work might be slow And your friends may all be away on vacations. Just in time to cure your loneliness, summer game sales arrive. Today, a number of major retailer

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Xbox One’s E3 Demo Was Actually Powered By Nvidia Graphics and Windows 7

Xbox One’s E3 Demo Was Actually Powered By Nvidia Graphics and Windows 7

Microsoft’s disastrous E3 unveiling keeps getting worse. After a lukewarm reception to the Xbox One’s games and price point, an internet user named Julian Rignail pictures of a technician working on the Xbox One display. Rignail posted a message saying that: “I just played an Xbox One game using an Xbox One controller that crashed…to a Windows 7, Hewlett Packard-branded desktop. Magi

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According to Hardware Components Researcher, Xbox One Will Sell for $399, PlayStation 4 Will Cost $349

According to Hardware Components Researcher, Xbox One Will Sell for $399, PlayStation 4 Will Cost $349

The year a new series of consoles gets released is always an exciting time for gamers and PC enthusiasts alike. Even for PC gamers who want to speed up their PCs, it’s interesting to watch what each new console brings to the table and where the majority of gamers will eventually flock. Such is the case with this fall’s release of the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, a rivalry that continues

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5 Things We Still Don’t Know About the Xbox One

5 Things We Still Don’t Know About the Xbox One

The Xbox One was finally revealed in late May. But there are still plenty of things we don’t know about the console. And the things we do know are pretty controversial (like the inability to buy used games or play older Xbox games). Anyways, here are 5 things we don’t know about the Xbox One, but hope to find out in the near future: 5) Pricing, availability, and a release date Writing

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PlayStation 4 Graphics Still Don’t Look As Good As Today’s PC Games

PlayStation 4 Graphics Still Don’t Look As Good As Today’s PC Games

The PlayStation 4 hasn’t been released yet. In fact, it’s still about half a year away from being released. But that hasn’t stopped PC enthusiasts from comparing the PlayStation 4’s hardware to today’s PCs. And the results? PC graphics continue to blow consoles out of the water. That’s surprising, because soon after the Xbox 360 and PS3 were released, it took average PC users about

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  • Free Up Disk and Memory Space
  • Speed up your System
  • Fix System Errors And Crashes
  • Improve Internet Access
  • Boost Start-up Speed