Tag Archives: Windows PC

E3 2018: EA introduces new PC-centric subscription service, Origin Access Premier

EA’s interest in subscription-based release methodologies is deepening with the announcement of a new premium subscription tier for their Origin platform. Called Origin Access Premier, the new tier will allow PC players to access new release EA titles up to five days ahead of their official launch. Continue reading E3 2018: EA introduces new PC-centric subscription service, Origin Access Premier

Destiny 2: Forsaken drops September 4, aims to turn this spaceship around

It’s been a rough first year for Destiny 2. Despite a strong launch, its first two expansion packs — Curse of Osiris and last month’s Warmind — mostly failed to impress the community. Bungie has some work to do if they want to restore player confidence and, if the trailer for the September expac, Forsaken, is any indicator, they’re aware of the uphill battle that lies ahead. Continue reading Destiny 2: Forsaken drops September 4, aims to turn this spaceship around

The Razer Core X will let you turn your laptop into a desktop gaming rig (with a couple of caveats)

It doesn’t take long for a laptop, even one in the gaming tier, to start feeling long in the tooth. On the PC, there’s no upper limit on the hardware required for optimal gaming performance, and this is often to the laptop’s detriment. Razer’s Core series has been trying to find a workaround for that for a few years now, creating external graphics card cages that let you give your laptop a shot in the arm. That hardware series is about to come back with a bit of a refresh — the Razer Core X. Continue reading The Razer Core X will let you turn your laptop into a desktop gaming rig (with a couple of caveats)

The new Razer Blade laptop is their thinnest and fastest yet

Hardware and peripheral maker Razer have made a name for themselves in the gaming PC market in the last decade, giving competitors like Alienware a run for money with high-end hardware and sleek exterior design. Another year means a product refresh and the 2018 Razer Blade is here. At 15.6″ and 0.66″, it’s Razer’s thinnest 15-incher yet, but don’t its small stature fool you into thinking they’ve had to skimp on specs. Continue reading The new Razer Blade laptop is their thinnest and fastest yet