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Gears Tactics is finally out on PC, the spin-off from the main Gears of War franchise has taken a surprising turn into tactical strategy combat, but how does the game perform? Does it run as expected according the PC system requirements? We've run some benchmarks using the official in-game benchmarking tool and collected all our results and presented them here so we can all have a look at the game's performance.
The Resident Evil 3 Remake has just arrived, after the demo we played a while back, it seemed that the RE3 Remake might not exactly be the most optimized game currently. But does the final game fix that? How well does the Resident Evil 3 Remake perform? Let's find out...
Call of Duty Warzone has made an absolute killing online, recruiting over 30 million players in just 1 week after launch it has already been one of the fastest growing Battle Royale games ever, no thanks to it's new free-to-play model. But how well does it perform? In this article we're going to test a variety of graphics cards and how well they can run CoD Warzone.
Mount and Blade 2 has galloped it's way to us finally, officially launch into Early Access yesterday. Lets see a variety of graphics cards and how well they run Mount and Blade 2 Bannerlord. We will compare FPS on Low and Ultra graphics presets to see the type of frame rates you might expect on your PC.
Well, Half-Life: Alyx is finally here. It’s been 12 years since we last got a new Half-Life game, and as most of us know, this one is VR-exclusive. While most people who have a VR headset are likely to go and buy a big hit game like HL: Alyx (nice move, Valve), not everyone is going to get the expensive VR hardware required to run the game, especially without first checking if their hardware can run it. So, we are going to take a look at some of the expected PC performance that Half-Life: Alyx gets in these frames per second benchmark results, across a few of our graphics cards…
We find ourselves once again scorching the Earth (or, more specifically, our PC systems) along with the DOOM Slayer, fighting hordes of demons in our merry trek across the umbral planes. We all saw those Official System Requirements last week that broke us into a sweat just by looking at them, but is DOOM Eternal really that demanding? We aim to find out...
This time last year it would've seemed utterly impossible but the (ex) PS4 exclusive Detroit: Become Human is now out on PC. Quantic Dream's adventure game portrays the tale of three AI androids who believe themselves sentient, fighting for their to be considered human. It was a big budget, tentpole PS4 release back in 2018 and now it's back and looking better than ever on PC.
Ahh, Halo. It's good to see you back. After well over a decade lost in the Xbox wilderness, Halo is now officially back on PC. Halo: The Master Chief Collection, offering revamped 4K visuals, mouse and keyboard support, and every bit of content that was ever released for Halo Reach on Xbox 360.
Star Wars fans are being absolutely spoiled right now. The Mandalorian is being very well received over on Disney Plus; Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker is out next month, and then we've got Star Wars: Jedi - Fallen Order, the best Star Wars game in many a year.
Zoo Tycoon fans haven't had much to sing about lately but with Planet Zoo it feels like the return of one of the tycoon greats. A successor to Planet Coaster, although sadly not linked from a gameplay standpoint, Planet Zoo offers players the chance to oversee there very own zoo paradise.
Red Dead Redemption 2 offers an undeniably stunning open-world. Probably one of the finest we've laid eyes on, in fact. But all it takes is one frame rate dip, or one judder, to rip us out of this immersive landscape, and this isn't a game which runs particularly well out of the box. Performance is key for RDR2, and it's what helps elevates the PC version about the 30FPS locked console edition.