Dawn Of War III Review

AT A GLANCE Title: Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Genre: Strategy Developer: Relic Entertainment Publisher: SEGA Release Date: 27 Apr, 2017 Platforms : PC Initially released back in 2004, the Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War series experienced an eight-year hiatus following the closing of THQ in 2013. Fortunately, for us Warhammer fans, Sega decided to pick up where THQ left and in 2017 we finally have Dawn Of War III, the highly anticipated sequel, helmed by Relic Entertainment. While the first game was based on a fairly classic pattern, the second one, however, emphasized…

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Mainstream GAMING will be included in the Asian Games 2022

Gaming is not a new passion. In the gaming circuit, we are familiar with top class events. But if said it will be a Medal sport in Asian Games??? The Olympic Council of Asia has decided to introduce video gaming as a medal sport at the 2022 Asian Games. This will be a possibility as Alisports, a unit of China’s Alibaba Group, will partner OCA in the endeavor. The Asian Games has so far featured only traditional sporting disciplines but now they are shifting gears to make the gaming as…

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Introducing the new AMD Radeon RX500 Series

AMD users has already got there new year wish fulfilled by the introduction of the new Ryzen CPU’s and now the AMD based Gamers got their wish fulfilled as today AMD introduced the Radeon RX 500 series, a new line of graphics cards featuring a powerful combination of improved game performance, higher clock speeds, and a refined 2nd generation Polaris architecture, giving PC gamers the best reasons yet to upgrade their graphics. Design and Architecture The Radeon RX 500 series was designed specifically for system upgrades, catering to the 9…

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Introducing Land Grab, A New Adversary Mode in GTA Online

Claim what’s rightfully yours in Land Grab, the latest mode to invade GTA Online. Every minute counts in Land Grab, where teams battle to control territory in an unforgiving cyberspace: shoot the other guy in the neck, grab his turf, reload and repeat. If you don’t do it, someone will do it for you. Pitting up to four teams against one another and with seven maps to choose from, claim territory by marking it with your team’s neon color simply by running over it. The not so simple part? The army…

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Soundmagic E10C Review : Can the King retain its throne ?

Introduction Soundmagic is a Japanese manufacturer and most of us are quite familiar with the brand as being one of the very first to bring in high quality iems to the budget market. Their PL series is quite well known and their relatively newer E series lineup also impressed most of the critics all around. Today we are going to take a look at the Soundmagic E10C which for all intents and purposes is still the good’ol E10 but with a newer inline control which is now compatible with Android as…

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Apple’s Annual Supplier Responsibility Progress Report

Apple in the past years has kept its progression rate at top notch, and this year it’s no different. Let’s see the 11th Annual Supplier Responsibility Progress Report. Apple believes everyone in its supply chain deserves dignity and respect. From stricter standards to improving working conditions and protecting the planet, Apple raises the bar higher for its suppliers and the industry. See highlights in the new Supplier Responsibility progress report. In 2016, Apple audited 705 suppliers and compliance with a 60-hour maximum work week reached 98%, an all-time high. Apple…

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Inside the Semiconductors, Who Makes Chips?

So, all of us know a computer. If you are looking at this, it’s highly likely that you are looking at it from a PC or a smartphone. But have we ever wondered how we get the hearts and brains of these devices? Irrespective of whether one is a veteran making PC’s since 1989 or amateur to the trade of PC building, looking for advice to his new PC, there is one thing that DIY builders will always appreciate more. And that is “information.” In this post, we try to…

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A Humanists Take on Gaming

Due to its relatively nascent appearance as a medium, games have not received much analysis from the humanities. Yet, gaming as a medium is exceptionally powerful, due to the constant interaction between the player and the Game. This makes studying the moral rules of the universes that we are given, and understanding is allowing one free will in a game to loot corpses, and then calling said character, a hero, not wrong? The objective of this writing is to bring to the attention of the reader question of how morality…

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AMD re enters the CPU Arena with Ryzen ! Challenges Intel’s $1000 chip

Since the days of the initial Athlon, AMD’s hold on the CPU market has been shaky. This was compounded by the fact that for the last 5 years, AMD had neither upgraded their chipset nor their CPU offerings. The Piledriver Architecture was also never competitive compared to the core I7 line of CPUs from Intel. But this trend seems to be changing starting March 2nd with the release of Ryzen. At a press preview in San Francisco, company President and CEO Lisa Su announced that AMD has exceeded its stated…

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