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Hands-on Review: Lenovo C730 Mini Gaming Cube

We take a short detour into desktop land today for an in-depth look of Lenovo’s mini gaming cube, the Legion C730. This one will be a little bit different than the laptop reviews we do here – I’m not exactly…

Return of the Horsemen – Darksiders III at PAX West

THQ Nordic brings us back to the Apocalypse

Play NYC – A Bigger and Better Year 2 this Weekend

After literally running out of space in Terminal 5 for their opening show last year, Play NYC, New York’s first event dedicated to indie games and development, will be roaring through the big apple again this weekend on August 11th…

Hands-on In-Depth: Lenovo Legion Y530 Gaming Laptop
As predicted when I took the Legion Y720 for a test drive last month, Lenovo brought us a new suite of gaming hardware at E3, equipped with Intel's 8th generation processors. Also is a new and fresh design, as a…
PAX East 2018: MSI’s Laptop Gaming Suite

A convention about gaming isn’t complete if it focuses just on the games and not the hardware they can run on. And that brings to light the tangible side of our fine industry – the gaming rig. And those rigs…

PAX East 2018: Liquid-cooled RAM coming soon from ADATA

Gamers and PC enthusiasts alike are all about 2 things when it comes to their gaming rigs – customization and optimization. The former is a show of aesthetic style, touting lighting and case mods to make it a visual masterpiece.…

The 2017 Bit Awards

This past December, the indie gaming scene got to end the year in New York with the second annual Bit Awards presented by Playcrafting. Fans and developers filled the Tishman Auditorium at Parsons for more than just awards being handed…

Don’t Sleep on Play NYC

I’ve been to a number of conventions for pop culture and games from coast to coast, and there’s a certain expectation you have when you attend one. Sprawling crowds, long lines for a panel or trying out a game demo,…

The e-Sports Boy’s Club: Hearthstone, the IeSF and Gender Segregation

I’m surprised at how long it takes for some companies to learn that the internet is a thing now, and that a good action should be executed before fan or customer backlash forces them to.  This is the case of the…

PAX East 2014: Serious Games and This War of Mine

It’s not all about killing bad guys and saving the princess anymore. When you take a look at media as a whole – books, comics, movies, games – and take a step back to see how they’ve evolved over time,…

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