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Steam User Reviews – The future of game development

On November 15th 2013 Steam users were given the ability to write their own opinions on their growing games libraries. At first, it just seemed to be yet another way for trolls to breed. But as the months progressed, Steam User Reviews opened a new¬†door for the future of gaming. Not just for Steam’s...

Oculus Rift – The device and the team

Oculus Rift is the latest development in the craze that is ‘virtual reality’. Although the device may have been purchased by Facebook for a ridiculous amount of money, (more on that soon) there is still no real market for the Oculus Rift. This Means that many are still left wondering exactly...

Kingston HyperX Limited Edition 120GB SSD Review

Next-gen consoles are here. PC gamers are now researching, saving and buying everything they need to build next-gen beating games machines. While the obvious CPU, RAM and GPU upgrades are a must, what about the leap from HD to SSD? Kingston has sent us their new HyperX Limited Edition 120GB SSD. With a read...

Steam Box or Steam Tower?

Valve recently announced specs for their own Steam Box units. Although powerful CPU and RAM were expected (due to the Xi3’s specs and size) the Geforce Titan was a surprise. Why? Well, it wouldn’t be much of a ‘Steam Box’ with that beast calling the shots? We very much doubt the...

Piston Steam Box Hard Drive SSD Upgrades

When Xi3 first revealed their take on the Steam Box, one particular component may have had PC gamers scratching their heads. While the Steam Box GPU upgrades seem very strong, hard drive space still seems limited. 128GB SSD may seem good in a DVD/Blu-ray-loading 360 or PS4 but when it’s the only form...

Piston Steam Box GPU Graphics Card Upgrades

Steam Box has caused a lot of excitement online. The fact that such a tiny device can not only stream but locally play high-end PC games, is just fascinating. But how can such a small PC console get around GPU upgrades? Xi3 already reveled this answer at CES 2013. You see that card in his hand? That’s...

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