Summer is here, so what better time to lock yourself in a dark room with a scary game?
ViewSonic has launched the second Nvidia 3D Vision screen, capable of a 120Hz refresh rate to let you game in 3D. That is, stereoscopic 3D like what you get in the cinema - we've been 3D gaming since Wolfenstein 3D (or 3D Monser Maze, if you're pedantic). Read on to see whether the 3D revolution starts now!
Epic and Steam have announced another free weekend for Unreal Tournament 3.
The haptic 3D motion controller, the Novint Falcon, is set to launch on consoles in the near future after gaining support for more games.
Novint, the makers of the cool haptic controller the Novint Falcon, have just signed a deal with EA Sports to make games haptic compatible.
Penumbra: Requiem, an expansion to the Penumbra series from Frictional Games has just been announced.
When we first looked at the PhysX features in UT3, we were a bit non-plussed. It turns out though that our hardware was a little glitchy, so we're having a little revisit.
IBM has just revealed that 32nm chips will be available to its partners late next year, including Microsoft. That means that the 360 could skip 45nm altogether!
We recently had a chance to talk to Mark Rein, VP for Epic Games, at the European launch for Unreal Tournament 3. Over the course of many beers, we discussed the PS3, PhysX and the future of Epic - so check out the interview inside.
We take a look at the best and brightest games from this year's Independent Games Festival and hazard some guesses at which games will be winners and which will be losers as they compete for the $20,000 Grand Prize.
We chat with Ageia's Michael Steele and Dan Forster, who showed us a few of the new PhysX supported games and let us know just what they think about Crysis and John Carmack's recent comments.
We take a look at GRAW 2 for the PC to see just what's new in the PC version of the game and how Ageia PhysX affects the game experience. Is this as good as previous Tom Clancy titles, or just a cash-in? Find out inside.
We take CellFactor: Revolution, the showcase for Ageia's PhysX physics processing card, out for a spin to see how it handles.