Nvidia locks down games
Published in Games
03 February 2017

Nvidia locks down games


Making friends and influencing people


Nvidia has decided to impress its customers by blocking them from giving away or selling bundled games – after all punters love it when you tell them what to do with something they have bought.

Nintendo returns to profit
Published in News


But sees trouble ahead


Former playing card maker Nintendo has managed to make its first profit in four quarters thanks to its mobile gaming division.

Valve's top games for 2016
Published in Games


Valve has gone them on its list

Valve has named its 100 best-selling Steam games of 2016.

Windows 10 to get a “game mode”
Published in Games


Improve PC games


Software King of the World Microsoft is planning to bring in a “game mode” for Windows 10 to spruce up PC games.

Games market is booming
Published in News
23 December 2016

Games market is booming


Worth $91 billion this year


Games generated $91 billion worldwide in 2016, according to a report from beancounters at SuperData Research who have been adding up some numbers on Christmas Party napkins.

Asustek cleaning up in the game monitor market
Published in News


Competition not harming us

Asustek says it is not concerned by an increase in the numbers of rivals trying to enter its gaming monitor turf.

Microsoft will adapt Windows 10 for games
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Auto Update arrives next year


From the spring, Microsoft will be releasing a new update for Windows 10 that it is calling the Creators update which will adapt Windows for games.

Nintendo Switch is 232 euro
Published in Games


Aiming at a cheaper market


Nintendo Switch price details have seemingly been revealed by retailers and it is more or less what we were expecting.

Apple talks about Apple Music and App Store
Published in Games


Introduces new Nintendo Super Mario Run game

Apple has kicked off its Apple event in San Francisco, California talking about both its Apple Music and its App Store, with a special focus on games.

Online gamer kids are brainy kids
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They do better in maths, reading and science

New research has shown that kids who play computer games online every day perform better academically in science, maths and reading tests.