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Cooler Master Cosmos C700M: Stylish, Functional, and Expensive

General - Hardware Reviews

Another day, another Cooler Master chassis review. But unlike previous reviews we are going big. Bigger than the 360mm AIO review. Larger than the delicious H500M chassis sneak peak. We got our hands on the feature rich, full-tower, case of the year: the Cooler Master Cosmos C700M. Check out our review of this beastly, and pricey, case.Posted Oct 25, 2018 by Robert Baddeley

Path of Exile: The Exiled Tribune - Catching Up with GGG

Path of Exile - Columns

It's been awhile since we last checked in on the Path of Exile team to see what they've been up to recently and we're not disappointed. Content update 3.5.0 is on its way with lots of info sure to be coming along soon. And what about those FFA boss fights? See what else is new!Posted Oct 25, 2018 by Suzie Ford

Our Spoiler Free Red Dead Redemption 2 Review

General - Editorials

While the online portion of Red Dead Redemption 2 doesn't come for another month or so, make no bones about it - Rockstar's sweeping western epic will give you plenty to do until then. Read on for our review of the greatest western game you've ever played.Posted Oct 25, 2018 by William Murphy

ASRock Z390 Taichi Ultimate Motherboard Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Hot on the heels of our i9-9900K review and the ASUS Z390-E ROG Strix yesterday, we’re back again with one of the coolest motherboards on sale today. On the test bench we have the ASRock Z390 Taichi Ultimate. ASRock has made their name on delivering exceptional value per dollar. At $299, does it live up to that reputation? Join us as we find out.Posted Oct 24, 2018 by Christopher Coke

It May Not be Fallout 5, But Fallout 76 Looks Fun

Fallout 76 - Columns

Bethesda has taken a lot of flack from fans over Fallout 76 ever since it was announced, but personally, I’ve been cautiously optimistic about the game. It’s true, I’d much prefer Fallout 76 to be a more narrative driven co-op PvE experience than the multiplayer survival sandbox we’re getting, but let’s be fair, the IP fits the genre like a glove. And best of all? It looks fun!Posted Oct 24, 2018 by Michael Bitton

MSI RTX 2070 Armor OC 8GB Review - It's Great...But...

General - Hardware Reviews

Nvidia’s RTX 2070 presents an interesting dilemma for those looking to adopt the new Turing GPUs. On one hand, it boasts some pretty impressive specs for a card that lists a suggested retail price of $499 on some models. On the other hand, the namesake feature of the card - Ray Tracing - isn’t really testable right now. And with the 2070 having less Ray Tracing power than its 2080 and 2080ti counterparts, it’s hard to know exactly whether grabbing one of these cards provides decent bang for your buck. Posted Oct 24, 2018 by Joseph Bradford

Fortnite - Haphazard & Hurriedly Beautiful

Fortnite - Columns

Another two weeks pass. Another column is due. What should I write about? The crowd-funded news well isn't exactly flowing. The big game release schedule, just in time for Christmas, is looking thick, solid and tight but I don't see any MMORPG's in the mix. I guess that means I have to dip a toe outside the narrow lines that define our niche and talk about the only multiplayer game to retain my attention this long since Darkfall launched. I'm talking about Fortnite, again.Posted Oct 24, 2018 by Tim Eisen

ASUS ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming Motherboard Review

General - Hardware Reviews

Intel’s 9th generation of CPUs has officially hit the market and along with it the new backwards compatible Z390 chipset. It’s enough to have many of us considering whether it’s time for an upgrade. We’ve got you covered a pair of motherboards early this week beginning with the ASUS ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming. Available now for $239.99, is this the Z390 motherboard for you? Join us as we find out!Posted Oct 23, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Fallout 76: What Faction Will You Help?

Fallout 76 - Interviews

In MMOs factions have become a big deal. It is a game feature that players can relate to and join up with to help identify their character further. In many games factions can take on a whole life of their own. Look at Warcraft with the Horde and Alliance. Fallout has given us some classic factions in their day and a few returning to 76 will be familiar. However, we also get two new factions. Posted Oct 23, 2018 by Aaron Couture

Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel & the Temple of the Lizard People

Elder Scrolls Online - Columns

Murkmire, the latest big story DLC pack from Elder Scrolls Online, is finally shining a light on one of the series’ greatest enigmas – the Argonians. By traveling to the lizard-folk’s racial homeland, the story of ESO is definitely headed in a new direction from past events in Morrowind, Clockwork City, and Summerset. But what new danger will be uncovered?Posted Oct 23, 2018 by William Murphy

Not So MMO: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review

General - Columns

The latest in the long line of Call of Duty games has finally come out to play. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 marks several firsts for the series. It’s the first to be featured on the battlenet launcher, the first to not feature a single player campaign and the first to have Battle Royale AKA Blackout. WIll all these firsts make for a new mark in the CoD series or simply be a footnote in gaming history? This is or Call of Duty Black Ops 4 review. Posted Oct 23, 2018 by David Holmes

Chuwi Hi9 Air Gaming Tablet Review

General - Hardware Reviews

If you’re in the market for a gaming tablet, the odds are good that you’ve seen just how widely prices vary. We had to know: can you get a good second screen experience without breaking the bank? That’s exactly what we’re out to find out in today’s review of the Chuwi Hi9 Air tablet. Coming in at only $179, it offers impressive specs but is there a hidden catch? Join us as we find out.Posted Oct 22, 2018 by Christopher Coke

ASUS ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2070 OC Edition Review

General - Hardware Reviews

NVIDIA kicked off their newest Turing generation of cards with the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti. Gamers have had to wait some time for the RTX 2070, and naturally, we have as well. How will this card fare? This is our review of Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2070 OC Edition.Posted Oct 22, 2018 by Poorna Shankar

Nobody Wants Destiny 3

Destiny 2 - Editorials

Even though we are all having a great time in Destiny 2: Forsaken and talk about it daily, none of us trust Bungie to keep moving forward without ripping the game out from under us and to make Destiny 3. Posted Oct 22, 2018 by Aaron Couture

RuneFest Cosplay

Runescape - Event Blogs

It’s a common misconception that the best games are built by developers. Sure, great games need incredible talent, but the truly exceptional titles, the ones that stand the test of time, are born of their community. While Activision finishes squeezing the last vestiges of loyalty from those willing to suffer Destiny 2, a seemingly plucky British upstart continues to cultivate an unusual level of loyalty from its players. I am, of course, talking about Runescape.Posted Oct 22, 2018 by Ed Orr

October 20th 2018, Weekly Newsletter

General - Newsletters

In Issue 639 of the Newsletter, we look at MapleStory 2 and all the rest of the news from the past week in MMOs.Posted Oct 20, 2018 by Michael Bitton

Intel i9-9900K Review: The Gaming World's Most Powerful

General - Hardware Reviews

The day has finally come: The Intel i9-9900K is here. The new “world’s best gaming processor” brings the i9 line to mainstream consumers for the first time and packs a full 8 cores and 16 threads of performance, boosts 5GHz out of the box, and marks the return of a soldered heat spreader to keep it cool. Let’s see how it held up!Posted Oct 20, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Motospeed K27 Single-handed Mechanical Keyboard Review

General - Hardware Reviews

When you think about playing a computer game you generally don’t think about using a one-handed keyboard but while many games require the full set of keys, many others rely only on a few select keys, such as first-person shooters and eSports. Motospeed has come up with a one-hand mechanical keyboard that could get serious traction. This is our review of the Motospeed K27 Single-handed mechanical keyboard.Posted Oct 19, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

Torchlight Frontiers & the Awesome Power of Relic Weapons

Torchlight Frontiers - Interviews

Relic Weapons are as integral in defining who your character is as your pet and the gear that you’re wearing. In essence, pet, character class and relic weapon become your identity, but one that can shift from Frontier to Frontier or just because you want to play a different way.Posted Oct 19, 2018 by Suzie Ford

Starlink: Battle for Atlas Review

General - Columns

As I said earlier in the week, Starlink is the Starfox 64 sequel we never really got. Not only that, but it gives birth to a fantastic new sci-fi franchise from Ubisoft. It’s filled with deep lore, satisfying combat and travel, loads of content, and a great narrative. Starlink: Battle for Atlas gets derailed a bit by repetition and an expensive monetization model, but the overall game is still a success and one that should be experienced.Posted Oct 19, 2018 by William Murphy