Cyberpunk 2077 E3 Trailer! HYPE!!

Check out the brand new Cyberpunk 2077 E3 Trailer. This is literally the going to be the best game ever! Trust me, you are gonna love this one!

[PS: To avoid any spoiler, I used the video with the above thumbnail.]

To my fellow Gamers: After you watch this video after you watch the above, watch the presentation HERE. The crowd goes in-freaking-sane during the presentation. Check out the crowd reaction here.

This literally has been the best E3 so far. Holy smoke! I am Pumped!!!



Detroit: Become Human – The Game of Choices

Detroit Become Human is a game developed by Quantic Dream which gives the player multiple choices throughout the game. According to the choices you make, the game changes its course and changes direction. Each choice that a player makes has its own set of consequences that you live with throughout the game.

It took the script writer and director about 2 years to plot this game. The developers even visited Detroit, Michigan to research the setting and cast hundreds of actors from LA, London and Paris before starting the development and animation.

There are 3 main characters that would play in this game- Connor, Kara and Markus.

The game trailers are freaking EPIC!!!. The visuals are stunning, characters are realistic to the next level and the soundtrack is very carefully planted throughout the game.

Check the game trailer out below. (Use your headphones, watch in HD – Trust me, you wont regret it). The game trailer is one of the intense trailers that I have ever come across and has a vibe of Heavy Rain and Deus EX Mankind Divided.

Game Trailer:




Detroit Become Human choices screenshot gameplay



Detroit: Become Human - Connor screenshot

Detroit: Become Human Connor screenshot 2

Detroit: Become Human screenshot


Detroit: Become Human - Marcus Screenshot


Detroit: Become Human - Main Charactors

Detroit: Become Human - SWAT screenshot


Detroit: Become Human - Marcus


Detroit: Become Human – Cast


For those who are interested in the soundtrack. Check them out below:

What are your thoughts on the game trailer? Have you played it yet? Feel free to leave a comment down below.

Happy Gaming! 


Image Credits: Game Tyrant, variety, Playstation


AMD announces RX 470 & RX 460

AMD has announced two more cards RX 470 and the RX 460.

The specs (unconfirmed) that we know so far for the RX 470 and RX 460 are shown below:

rx 470 and rx 480 specs (not confirmed)

If you missed out AMD’s previous announcement about the $199 VR ready card, then you can find it in my previous post here. Now talking about the RX 470, it is meant for 1080p gaming @ 60fps (on a budget) while the RX 460 is suited for games with lower system requirements such as MOBA. The TDP for the RX 460 is speculated to be less than 75W and this is great for gamers who don’t have a beefy PSU and just looking to upgrade to a better GPU.

Personally, I think this was the right time for AMD to announce the RX lineup and I like the direction where they are headed this time. With the RX 480 priced at $199, the RX 470 and RX 460 would be priced lower, these would sell like hot cakes once launched.

Would you buy the RX 480, 470 or the 460? Or would you wait for Nvidia to release their new card? Feel free to leave a comment in the comment section down below.

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Source: videocardz

AMD announces RX 480 at $199

AMD has announced the RX 480 14nm GPU which is VR ready. The RX 480 is meant for gaming at 1440p resolution + VR & its 4GB variant will be priced at $199. (R.I.P. Nvidia)

rx 480 specs
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Now that’s a brilliant move from AMD and I believe its going to sell like hot cakes. It will be officially launched on 29th June 2016. There will also a RX 480 8GB version which will be released later but its pricing is officially not out yet.

According to reports from gamespot and pcworld, the RX series of graphics card will support DirectX12, Vulkan gaming APIs, HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.3/1.4, HDR, and H.265 encoding/decoding.

Source: gamespot, pcworld