Darksiders III, SCUM, and more
Nvidia is pushing hard to bring as many developers on the RTX train and while support for Nvidia Ray Tracing might be limited to a couple of titles at launch, Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) support is gaining much more ground with nine new titles added to the list.
Some games will only get DLSS
Following the previous announcement of the new Geforce RTX series, Nvidia has now disclosed a few more details about which games will actually adopt Ray Tracing and which will focus on Deep Learning Super-Sampling.
But the PC industry is not ready for them
The stereotypical online gamer is young and male, but smartphones have meant women play more games than men, it is just that the industry mostly ignores them.
"Guns don't kill people computer games do" myth dispelled
Trying to avoid saying that the nation's gun obsession is responsible for school shootings, US politicians are focusing on violent video games as a cause. However, a new long-term study has proved that they are talking rubbish.
Will still give automatic weapons to mentally ill kids though
Strapped for an idea of stopping kids shooting up schools that do not involve some gun control, President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump is thinking of tougher censorship rules on violent movies and computer games.
Matt Booty looks to improve Volish outlook
Microsoft has promoted the brains behind Minecraft's success to be the head of the company’s games studios.
First time in 20 years
Atari is making a video games console for the first time in more than 20 years and it looks like it will be a retro machine.
Where's the mango?
Software king of the world Microsoft unveiled last year that it will be launching a super-specced Xbox One variant -- codenamed Project Scorpio and now Vole has split the beans on what they will look like.
Another study proves it
Yet another study has come out and denied that there is any long term psychological effects on people who play violent video 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.