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AMD’s Sulon Q offers wire, PC and console free all-in-one VR

There’s a new virtual reality headset on the block that looks to address two of the key problems with most VR headsets. The AMD Sulon Q is an all-in-one solution that is not only wire-free, but also does not require users to plus it into a PC or console. There’s …

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AMD’s Radeon Pro Duo offers unrivalled VR graphics power

The battle to be the world’s most powerful graphics card is always shifting, and today a new beast sits on the throne. It’s called the Radeon Pro Duo, the unit houses two Fiji GPUs, amounting to 16 teraflops of computer performance and 8GB of on board RAM. Also included is …

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Stardew Valley approaching half a million sales

Steam’s current surprise hit is on the cusp of a big sales milestone. PC Gamer reports that Stardew Valley has to date sold around 425k copies. That’s in just 12 days since its launch at the end of February. The game, which has been likened to Harvest Moon, came out …

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Nvidia removes GeForce drivers after serious widespread faults

Graphics specialist Nvidia has been forced to pull its most recent GPU drivers after widespread reports of serious issues with users’ machines. The problems with 364.47, which was released to coincide with The Division, were pretty serious, with some users caught in a blue screen loop that prevented them from …

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MAME emulation goes open-source

Long-running emulation project MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) has transitioned to open-source availability after nearly two decades of existence. Popular among video game archivists and retro enthusiasts for its ability to emulate titles from the 1970s up until the modern day, the software was previously released under a modified BSD …

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Developers refute Spintires sabotage claims as game is pulled from Steam

While the idea of a developer deliberately breaking a game as an act of vengeance is a sexy one, it looks as if the truth behind yesterday’s Spintires fiasco is entirely less dramatic. It was claimed yesterday that Spintires creator Pavel Zagrebennyj had inserted a ‘timebomb’ bug into existing copies …

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Steam introduces dynamic pricing on bundles

Online PC digital retail giant Steam is changing up how its pricing for bundles works. According to official documentation sent from Steam to developers – obtained by PCGamesN – the retailer is automatically giving buyers a discount on bundle pricing if consumers already own some of the games in a …

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