We here at Geek Binge love Titanfall. Being the internet dweller you are, I imagine you are staring at your laptop screen and yelling “PROVE IT!!” at the top of your lungs in reference to my last statement and, hey, I can accommodate your demands. Our video review was rather glowing, and we had a […]
Just in time for Tetris’ 30th anniversary, Ubisoft has announced brick stacking is coming to PS4 and XB1 this summer with Tetris Ultimate. Featuring six new gameplay modes: Marathon, Battle, Power Up Battle, Ultra and Spirit, Tetris Ultimate allows up to 4 players to throw down for stacking bragging rights. Ubisoft plans to announce more […]
Simply put, Transistor is a work of art. Combining beautiful cyberpunk aesthetics and clever puzzle-like combat with a film-noir story creates one of the most original action RPG experiences to date. The game clocks in at around 6 hours, and may be a bit off-putting to some, but for those looking for a game that […]
Valve has officially graduated their In-Home Streaming functionality for Steam from beta to full release. The new feature effectively allows for stationary desktop rigs to handle heavy processing while outputting to less powerful devices on the same network. The technology isn’t exactly ground-breaking (OnLive has been doing something similar through the internet for years), but […]
PC gamers are often separated from their console brethren as members of some special club that demands expert hardware knowledge to join. The reality is that the dark ages of PC gaming where getting the latest title to run would require mastery of the arcane arts of command lines and boot scripts are long gone and ‘plug and play’ has reached a point where it works literally. Buying a quality gaming rig may seem daunting at first but a little research can go a long way and getting started no longer means mortgaging the house. Below I offer some common sense tips for buying a new computer and recant my recent experience of pricing a machine from scratch.