Nintendo Are Hiring A New Lead Graphics Engineer For Future Hardware

Nintendo have announced that they’re in search of a Lead Graphics Engineer for future hardware. The job description of duties and summary of requirements read as follows: Description of Duties   Nintendo Technology Development is looking for a lead graphics architect in the system-on-chip architecture group in Redmond, WA. The group is responsible for the architecture of Nintendo’s game conso...

Hands-On: Xbox One

After a very lengthy wait, since E3 2013, I’ve finally had the opportunity to get my mitts on the Xbox One. Let’s not beat around the bush, up to this point the console has received its fair share of controversy. Everything Microsoft did was wrong, and everything Sony on the other hand did was perfect in the eyes of the consumers. It’s as if this generation all but changed roles ...

Aorus X7 v2 gaming laptop review

Super skinny, super powerful.

HyperX Cloud headset review

You know they make RAM and SSDs, did you know they craft cans too?

Creative Sound Blaster Evo Zx review

What price do you put on an NFC capable headset?

Creative Sound Blaster Recon3D USB sound card review

Creative Sound Blaster's Sound Core 3D, in a tiny USB device.

Intel 730 240GB SSD review

A 7-series from Intel that isn't for workstation or enterprise level consumers. What does it offer to enthusiasts?

What game pushed each console to its limits? (Part 4 of 5)

We all just about lose our heads when we receive bits of ‘next generation’ console news towards the end of a current console cycle. And for good reason, at that stage the previous generation strains under the pressure to keep up with the PC format (yes, I know), as that gradually grows and improves when it comes to hardware. Question is: What game pushed the various consoles to their l...

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