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GameGuru Lets None-Coders Create Glorious Video Games and It’s On Sale For Just $30

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Whether you’re playing video games on a PC, a mobile device or a console, the important point is that you’re playing. That’s music to the ...

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Thermaltake debuts new PCIe 3.0 extender, lets you show off your GPU in style

Computer enthusiasts and high-end component designers have long been faced with a difficult problem: As much fun as some people have turning both the exterior and interior of their PCs into well-designed works of art, computer components are not generally ...

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Steam now lets you move specific game installation folders

Moving your Steam installation from one PC to another has always been more of a “Technical workaround,” and less of a supported method of migrating games from Point A to B. This has been particularly true if you only wanted ...

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Nioh on PS4 lets you choose between faster frame rate or higher resolution

Over a decade ago, Koei announced a game based on an unproduced Kurosawa script called “Oni.” The game was shown off in the mid-aughts as “Ni-Oh,” Koei merged with Tecmo, and then an entire console generation slipped by. We went ...

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Firmware 3.50 lets you stream PS4 games to your PC or Mac, supports 4TB drives [UPDATED]

Updated on April 8, 2016: When Sony rolled out the PS4 3.50 update earlier this week, most of the attention was on the PC support for Remote Play. Sony publicly discussed a number of other small additions for 3.50, but ...

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This Web-based emulator lets you play NES games in 3D — sort of

Share This article Ever wonder what your favorite NES games would look like in 3D? No, not a 3D remake — actual NES games rendered on screen with a z-axis. Well, if you’re running a recent version of Firefox, you ...

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ExtremeTalk: Let’s talk about the ‘PC Master Race’

Share This article I’ve been a PC gamer since I was eight years old and my parents brought home our first computer. It was built around an 80286 processor clocked at 10MHz, with 1MB of RAM (640K base, 384K extended), ...

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Manhattan teacher lets students sink teeth into dentistry

Joseph Caputo was a student at Tottenville High School in Staten Island when he cut his teeth in the field of dentistry. Now Caputo, a teacher at Union Square Academy for Health Services, is hoping to inspire his students to ...

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