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Review: ASUS ROG Strix GL502VS Gaming Laptop

ASUS has successfully carved a niche for themselves in the gaming sector under the ROG banner, and provide a whole range of products catering specifically to gaming. Today, we take a look at the ROG Strix GL502VS, their budget range laptop with a GTX 1070 GPU and G-Sync. Specifications CPU Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.6 GHz GPU NVIDIA GTX 1070 8 GB Memory 32 GB DDR4 Display 15.6″ 1920×1080 IPS 60 Hz w/G-SYNC Optional 3840×2160 IPS w/G-SYNC Storage 1 TB 7200 RPM HDD Optional 128/256/512GB M.2 SSD, SATA or PCIe I/O 3 x USB 3.0 Ports 1 x USB 3.1 Gen 2 (Type-C) 1 x HDMI 2.0 output Port (with HDCP) 1 x mini DisplayPort 1.3 output Ports 1 x SD Card Slot 1 x Headset Jack 1 x Realtek PCIe GbE RJ-45 LAN (10/100/1000Mbps) Dimensions 390 x 266 x 30 mm 15.35 x 10.47 x 1.18 inches Weig...

Red Undead Redemption: Dead Rising 4 Review

Dead Rising has always been about slaughtering legions of the undead with the wackiest of weapons, and the latest entry in the series doubles down on that with bigger arenas, better weapons, and a badass-er attitude. Let’s take a look at how well the latest entry in the zombie apocalypse slaughter-play-house does in our Dead Rising 4 review. The game is set in Williamette, Colorado, which had also hosted the previous zombie breakout, and takes place during Christmas time, around the central mall where the populace had crowded to in order to satiate consumerism. The mystery in the game revolves around the fact that the citizens of Williamette were supposed to have been vaccinated, and yet got infected. This calls for series veteran Frank West, and his sidekick Vivk Chu to uncover the ...

Samsung Gear S3 First Look | Gadget Review | Gaming Central 🎮

We get our hands on the Samsung Gear S3 at the launch of the Smartwatch. A classy looking Smartwatch designed by Yvan Arpa. Full review for the Samsung Gear S3 coming soon, so stay tuned! Be sure to follow us all over social media. We love attention! YouTube:: http://bit.ly/17kS5ot Facebook :: http://bit.ly/1Vp1dj5 Twitter :: http://bit.ly/1LJxjwS Instagram :: http://bit.ly/1TaB0V7 Favorite

Review: Zion Blaze DDR4 2400MHz RAM

The highly rapid development in PC components, especially processors has created a demand in the industry for more compatible products, ushering in a similar development pace for other components thanks to which we now have a plethora of hardware at our disposal. DDR4 RAMs have been out in the market for a while now, and very recently, Zion launched its latest series of DDR4 memory sticks which have a clock speed of 2400 MHz, making them on of the fastest Zion RAMs. Specifications Memory Type DDR4 Capacity 8GB / 16GB Tested Speed 2400 MHz Latency 17-17-17 Tested Voltage 1.35V Registed / Unbuffered Unbuffered Error Checking Non  – ECC SPD Speed 2133 Mhz SPD Voltage 1.2V Heatsink Aluminium Alloy Warranty 3years + 2 Years Extension Zion has heated things up with the Blaze memo...

Choke-A-Hoe! Final Fantasy XV Review

Yes, this is a Final Fantasy for Fans & First Timers alike. And that’s a monumental achievement in itself, given how deep-rooted in tradition JRPG mechanics the franchise is. One of the things that made this abundantly clear (other than the obligatory disclaimer the game throws up every time it boots) was how quickly I was thrown right into the beautiful open world. After a brief opening cutscene, the game had me off on a roadtrip with the best of friends, pushing a fancy, albeit broken down, car down the road. As the vastness of the world of Eos greeted my eyes, and a cover of Stand By Me greets my ears, I knew that this was going to be, uh, finally fantastic. And the reason for the roadtrip, a journey to Accordo’s capital city of Altissia, where Noctis’s weddin...

How To Tame Your BirdDog (In Just Under 10 Years): The Last Guardian Review

The Last Guardian was not an easy game to review. As I started the game, and the initial title screen with Fumito Ueda’s name splashed across it popped, I could only stare for a few moments, taking in the fact that after almost a decade The Last Guardian was finally more than just fairy dust. It was a real video game, that I could play on my PS4. And I couldn’t help but be appreciative of that fact. I had been eager to see what Team Ico had accomplished this time around. I am a big fan of Shadow Of The Colossus, and despite it’s flaws, it’s one of my favorite games till date. And so as I sit to review The Last Guardian, I am biased, and I want to be. I want to give this a higher rating than this game deserves, and I want you to play it, in spite of the fru...

Review: MSI GS63VR 6RF Stealth Pro Gaming Laptop

A gaming laptop can either give you good performance or portability, but not both – this has been a major problem for a long time. But not anymore. The MSI GS63VR Stealth Pro packs quite a punch, with a GTX 1060 in a 17.7mm thick panel, making it one of the slimmest 10-series laptops in the world. Specifications CPU 2.6-GHz Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor Operating System Windows 10 Home RAM 16GB RAM Upgradable to 32GB Hard Drive Size 128GB Hard Drive Type M.2 SSD Secondary Hard Drive Size 1TB Secondary Hard Drive Speed 5,400 Secondary Hard Drive Type SATA Hard Drive Display Size 15.6 Native Resolution 1920×1080 Optical Drive None Graphics Card Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU Video Memory 6 GB Wi-Fi 802.11ac Wi-Fi Model Killer N1535 Combo 2*2 ac Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.1 Touchpad Size...

Avert Thine Eyes: Ashes Of Ariandel Review (Dark Souls III DLC)

Dark Souls III released in April 2016 to much fanfare and huge expectations. The (proper) next gen debut of the souls franchise ticked all the checkboxes required from a souls game – precise and visceral combat, intricate level design, great boss battles and minimal hand holding. It met expectations a bit too well though, being too conservative at times, seemingly afraid step out of its predecessors shadow and afraid to tread new ground. Coupled with miscommunications about certain design choices (see Poise is working as intended only aggravated fan’s discontent. So does Ashes bring anything new to the table and address long standing issues with the game. Let’s find out, and bring your warmest cloth along.   A Cold Dark Place Ashes of Ariandel takes place in the...

I Think, Therefore I Am What? – SOMA Review

A Legacy Of Terror Frictional games have carved themselves a reputation for making horror games with a unique gameplay mechanics. Minimal or no offensive power to the player means lurking around terrors rather than taking on them. Physics and gestures based environmental interactions mean that even simple acts like opening a door leaves you with sweaty palms and thumping heart. Amnesia: The Dark Descent brought mainstream recognition to them. The following years has seen this apporach being adopted by other games like Outlast and (most famously) Alien Isolation. With SOMA, Frictional now takes us into the future and down below under the sea. Who am I? We start the game as Simon Jarett, an average joe living in present day Toranto. Simon has recently been in a Car crash in which he sustaine...

Putting The Xtreme Back In Sports: Steep Review

Steep is Ubisoft’s take on extreme sports games, and like most things Ubisoft, it features an open world with a multitude of endeavors waiting to be undertaken. The premise is simple, you’re an adrenaline junkie out in the Alps, taking part in snowboarding, skiing, paragliding , and wingsuit events. The mission structure is simple. You can switch to any type of event among the aforementioned four at any time on the fly. And you rack up points for pulling off complex tricks, narrowly avoiding obstacles, winning at the events, and sometimes even hugging a tree at top speed, shattering every bone in your body. It’s easy to get a hang of, and is purely skill based. there’s no character or equipment leveling, even though you do acquire new gear for winning events. The ev...

Review: Logitech G403 Prodigy Gaming Mouse

The Logitech G403 is one of the latest Prodigy series mice, aimed at making gaming more affordable for new and budget-wary PC gamers. It follows the classic ergonomic right-handed design popularized by the Razer DeathAdder. The price however, puts it in direct competition against not the entry level mice, but established, well known names. Gaming mice are often identified by their unique and exotic shapes, but the G403 keeps it simple and classy. The shape that feels very natural and familiar to hold. In contrast to high end gaming mice like the Razer Naga or the Logitech G600 which boast of a horde of buttons, it takes things back to the basics with two side buttons, and one DPI switch button in addition to the conventional left-click, right-click buttons and the scroll wheel. The G4...

Logitech G231 Prodigy Gaming Headset Review

Logitech came up with the whole Prodigy peripheral line up to help ease new players them into the sphere of gaming. They are trying to appeal to a new generation of gamers who just started out on their gaming journeys. One of the products, the G231 was a result of this. A G230 with better sound and mic quality….and a higher price tag. Design It’s kind of an upgrade from the G230 as both have the same washable ear-pads, same noise cancellation microphone and pretty much the overall same style. The main difference between the G230 and G231 is the 3.5mm jack. It now has the combo microphone and headphone all in one. But it does come with the splitter in case you want to use it on the laptop. Specific to this model is the in-line controls through which you can turn your ...

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