The Last of Us Remake Will Be Coming To The PS5
When Sony and Naughty Dog first launched The Last of Us, it was back in 2013. The game was initially designed for the Sony PS3 console, although they later followed up with a remaster for the PS4. Now according to a report from Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier, it seems that Sony is looking to remake the game for the PS5.

Alienware Comes Back to AMD
There’s no question AMD has been wooing more and more gamers on desktop, but if anyone doubted that this momentum also translates to the mobile market as well, this is perhaps the final piece of evidence: The new Alienware M15 is AMD-powered.Alienware announced that its new 15-inch laptop would come with a Ryzen 5000 Series processor (AMD 5800H to 5900HX) along with an NVIDIA RTX 3060 or 3070 graphics processor. […]

Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2: Built for Sustained Performance
Lenovo just announced the Legion Phone Duel 2, its second-generation smartphone built specifically for gaming. We previously reviewed the original Legion Phone Duel handset and were pleased with its innovation, performance, and price.The Legion Phone Duel 2 is an evolution rather than last year’s revolution, but it does improve on crucial points that directly impact the gaming experience.The core feature of any gaming phone is absolute performance, and more importantly, […]

NVIDIA Could Be Considering Bringing The GTX 1650 Back
Right now, GPUs are being snapped up like crazy by cryptocurrency miners who are purchasing the latest, high-end GPUs to help in their mining operations. As a result, gamers and regular users are finding it increasingly difficult to get their hands on a new GPU, but NVIDIA may have a solution.


Check Out The World’s Largest (And Functional) Nintendo Switch
A couple of months ago, we saw how a YouTuber created the world’s largest and functional PS5 console. Not to be outdone, another YouTuber by the name of Michael Pick has decided to do something similar, except that instead of the PS5, he has opted to create the world’s largest and playable Nintendo Switch console.

Logitech G Pro X Keyboard Review
I bumped into the Logitech G Pro series by accident: I was in Japan when I (urgently) needed an external mechanical keyboard. Upon looking and testing at the local selection in a Yodobashi store, the Logitech G Pro series was the best I could find at the time. I got one and was quite impressed with the quality.Later on, Logitech came out with what seemed to be unimaginable, for a […]

CD Projekt Is Reconsidering Cyberpunk 2077’s Multiplayer
If you relished the idea of being able to play multiplayer in CD Projekt’s Cyberpunk 2077, you might want to temper your expectations because in a recent strategy update from the developer, it appears that they are reconsidering the inclusion of the feature. The developers were deliberately cagey about it which has led to speculation that maybe it could end up delayed further or cancelled.

League Of Legends: Wild Rift Beta Now Available In North America
A couple of years ago, the folks at Riot announced that they would be bringing its League of Legends game onto mobile devices in the form of League of Legends: Wild Rift. The game hasn’t been fully released yet, but for those who are interested in possibly taking part in the beta, you’re in luck.

Bang & Olufsen Gets Into Gaming With The Beoplay Portal Headphones
Bang & Olufsen is no stranger when it comes to consumer headphones and audio products. The company has been making them for years where they are usually marketed and styled as lifestyle products. However, it seems that the company is now exploring a new market segment with its first pair of headphones designed for gaming.

2021’s Battlefield Could Feature Call Of Duty Like ‘Perks’
Last year, EA confirmed that they will be launching a new Battlefield game in 2021. Not much is known about the game except that it will be released this year, but we might now have some additional info thanks to prolific Battlefield and Call of Duty leakster Tom Henderson, who shared some details about the game.

Sony Confirms Shut Down Of PS3, PS Vita, PSP Stores This July
Earlier last week, it was reported that Sony could be looking to shut down the stores for its PS3, PS Vita, and PSP consoles. Given how old those consoles are and with Sony already focusing their efforts and resources into the PS5, the report didn’t really come as that big of a surprise, but for those wondering if it’s true, yes, it is.

Latest Dota 2 Update Makes The Game More Beginner Friendly
Competitive games like Dota 2 can be intimidating to new players, especially when they play with other players who might not be so understanding or forgiving towards beginners and newbies. This in turn could ruin the experience for beginners who might stop playing the game, or based on past experiences might not even attempt the game at all.

If Your PS4’s Clock Battery Dies, So Does Your Console
Nothing lasts forever, at least for the most part, and we usually expect that with our electronic devices due to wear and tear. However, if you own the PS4, it seems that inside the console there is a ticking “time bomb” in the form of the console’s clock battery, where if the battery dies, so does your console.

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered Now Available On iOS And Android
Gamers might have been a little bit bummed to hear that Square Enix has decided to cancel the mobile reboot of Final Fantasy XI. However, there is some good news. No, the game isn’t being uncancelled, but if you want to play a Final Fantasy game on your smartphone, you might be interested in checking out the remastered version of Final Fantasy VIII.

Rocket League Will Be Coming To Mobile Devices
If you love playing Rocket League and thought that it might be a game that would be awesome to play on mobile, you’re in luck. The folks over at Psyonix have since announced Rocket League Sideswipe. This is a mobile version of Rocket League that has been designed from ground up and is optimized for mobile gameplay.

Microsoft Testing Allowing Free Online Gameplay For Free-To-Play Games
With Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, if you want to play online games with your friends, you would need to subscribe to their online gaming service. This means additional fees that gamers have to pay. However, the good news is that Microsoft could change it by removing the requirement to pay for their online services.

Final Fantasy XI Mobile Reboot Has Been Cancelled
A few years ago, it was reported that Square Enix was looking to reboot Final Fantasy XI for mobile. Given how popular the Final Fantasy franchise is, there is no doubt that many gamers were excited at the prospect of being able to play the game on their mobile phones. Unfortunately, that dream has come to an end.

Qualcomm Reportedly Planning Its Own Version Of The Nintendo Switch
Qualcomm is a company many of us are familiar with when it comes to mobile chipsets, but it seems that the company could be planning on moving into other product categories. According to a report from Android Police, they have heard from their sources that apparently Qualcomm wants to design its own gaming console.

MSI Stealth 15M Review (i7-11375H+RTX3060)
The MSI Stealth 15M is a 15-inch ultralight gaming laptop similar to Intel’s concept presented at CES 2021. Gaming laptops come in all shapes and forms, but, indeed, they are rarely slim and light. The MSI Stealth 15M pushes the boundaries for gaming performance / Lbs, a metric that can be key for some users.

Sony PS3, PS Vita, PSP Stores Could Be Shutting Down This Year
Right now Sony’s main focus is on the PS5, and to a certain extent the PS4, but at the same time, we totally understand if there are gamers who might still be holding onto their older consoles like the PS3, PS Vita, and the PSP. Unfortunately for these gamers, you might soon lose access to the store for games.