Oddball Game of the Month is back for July! ...in August. Despite this minor detail, July's game is Company of Heroes 2 If you've listened to my aimless blathering on the awesome podcast that is the RBG Gaming Lounge (totally check that out by the way), you are probably aware of my never … Continue reading Oddball Game of the Month July – Company of Heroes 2
Oddball Game of the Month – Dark Sun: Shattered Lands
It’s been a busy month of preparing for life-changing events and I unfortunately haven’t had time to dig into Steam’s less well known offerings. …So this month, we're breaking all of the (arbitrarily decided and never fully explained) rules and kicking it retro! May's oddball game is Dark Sun: Shattered Lands. … Continue reading Oddball Game of the Month – Dark Sun: Shattered Lands
Oddball Game of the Month – Aragami
Welcome to the last day of April - the perfect day to discuss yet another oddball game. April's game is Aragami. Aragami (or as I like to call it, "Japanese Dishonored") is a third person game developed and published by indie studio Lince Works. You play as a vengeful spirit summoned from beyond the … Continue reading Oddball Game of the Month – Aragami
Oddball Game of the Month – Offworld Trading Company
Another month draws to a close, and with it comes another oddball game experience. March’s Oddball Game of the Month is Offworld Trading Company. Developed by Mohawk Games and published by Stardock Corporation (gurus in the world of strategy games on a grand scale), Offworld Trading Company is a bit of a different animal. While … Continue reading Oddball Game of the Month – Offworld Trading Company
Quick Review – Acer Predator X34
If you recall last week's discussion, we touched on the pros and cons of 21:9 gaming. Now, as promised, let's take a brief look at my test subject - the Acer Predator X34. The X34 comes with all the fixings: a crisp 34'' IPS panel at a respectable 4ms response time, 3440x1440 resolution, a 100Hz … Continue reading Quick Review – Acer Predator X34
Memoires of a 21:9 Gamer
Greetings, PC gaming fans! Has your curiosity ever been peeked by the legend of the 21:9 gaming monitor? Mine was, and that's why I picked one of those beauties up a little while back: an Acer Predator X34. I will hopefully be doing a more in depth review for the X34 on Wednesday, so stay … Continue reading Memoires of a 21:9 Gamer
Technewsday Tuesday – IBM Storage Goes Atomic
Welcome to a snowy Tuesday here in Canada, and what a perfect day it is to talk about some tech news! In what I would professionally classify as "very cool, dude!" (the term's a bit technical, I know), IBM has announced that they've discovered a way to store a 1 or a 0 in a … Continue reading Technewsday Tuesday – IBM Storage Goes Atomic
Adaptive Sync – Will You Adapt?
If you've listened to our technobabble podcast, you've probably heard me defend the virtues of NVIDIA G-Sync with reckless abandon. Well today, on a grey, snowy Monday at the RBG Lair, I'd like to pull up a chair around the gas fireplace with a hot, watered down cup of whatever was left in the … Continue reading Adaptive Sync – Will You Adapt?
The Tech War Roundup – Q1 2017
Our favourite technology teams have traded blows in the last couple weeks. Let's look at where the war for our hearts, minds, and most importantly our money, sits. Team Red (AMD) The Red Revolution has kicked it into high gear in the last few weeks. The great comeback into the high end CPU … Continue reading The Tech War Roundup – Q1 2017
An NVMeaningful Upgrade? Samsung 960 Evo Review
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the latest in Samsung's SSD technology (and the latest in Dan's questionable purchasing decisions): the Samsung 960 Evo. Haunted by my dwindling storage reserves on my 256GB drive and a desire to test the latest NVMe speeds, I decided to pick up a 500GB variant of everyone's favourite … Continue reading An NVMeaningful Upgrade? Samsung 960 Evo Review
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