"PC GAMES" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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How NVIDIA G-SYNC HDR Enhances Your Favorite PC Games
NVIDIA's new G-Sync HDR monitors take GeForce gaming to the next level. Are you ready?
All future Microsoft Studios games will reach the PC
Every new game published by Microsoft Studios will be released on the PC.
Ad2Games: Video game market estimated to reach $30.7B by 2017
Online PC games will reach $30.7 billion in 2017, as free-to-play games help drive even more interest to the market.
BioWare releases PC hardware requirements for Dragon Age: Inquisition
With the promise that it will please hardcore and loyal PC gamers, EA and Bioware is confident that its upcoming Dragon Age titled will be loved by all!!!
Alien: Isolation works with Oculus Rift after couple of simple tweaks
Despite some expected glitches, Reddit user Wookiee81 managed to easily enable VR support for Creative Assembly's recently launched Sci-Fi horror survival.
Research indicates violent video games help to reduce crime rates
According to comparison between criminal activties and game sales, criminal activities have reduced at the time of violent a video game launch.
NVIDIA now bundles Watch Dogs with selected desktop video cards
Watch Dogs will be using graphic enhancements such as HBAO+ and TXAA technologies.
PC games generates more revenue than console games globally
Free-to-play games and MOBA titles are the most popular PC game genres.
Codemasters announces Grid Autosport for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3
Codemasters will be bringing back cockpit view with to camera view setups.
Gameplay details and screenshots of Batman: Arkham Knight revealed
Official PlayStation Magazine revealed some interesting details followed by few screenshots of the upcoming Batman game by Rocksteady Studios.
Titanfall for XBox 360 and XBox One's Achievement list leaked
The achievement list of Respawn Entertainment's most anticipated shooter "Titanfall" has been leaked.
PC gaming hardware market is said to remain strong well into 2014
PC gaming hardware market is still strong, will remain so well into 2014.
Steam's digital dominance not sitting well with competitors
UK stores threaten to not carry games that require Steam integration.