American Truck Simulator – Wyoming Review

SCS Software’s American Truck Simulator, ironically made by Europeans, has been trucking along (couldn’t help myself) for a while now. The game, plus all of its DLC, has developed quite a loyal fan base. And I see why—it’s a super relaxing game that you can chill with while in your home and travel to far-off…

Lots of New Games and Applications now Support NVIDIA Reflex and NVIDIA DLSS Technologies

Now, NVIDIA GeForce gamers can enjoy an expansive ecosystem of complementary technologies that allow them to engage in power PC gaming. These technologies will give their gaming GPUs even more to work with! Two of these technologies include NVIDIA Reflex, which reduces system latency, and NVIDIA DLSS, which increases framerates across the board, without sacrificing…

Make Sure You Have the PC Gaming Specs to Play Forza Horizon 5

The Forza Horizon series has a nasty (read: great) habit of raising the bar for graphics and intricate but accessible driving controls. This has only been amplified by next-gen technology. The latest gameplay footage that premiered during the Xbox Gamescom Stream demonstrated this with ease. Mexico’s biomes in Horizon 5 are teeming with lush shrubbery,…

Police Simulator: Patrol Officers – Work Week Guide

Aesir Interactive’s Police Simulator: Patrol Officers is a very fun game that just debuted recently and has been catching a lot of attention. Gamers who like simulation games are especially excited. This is a guide to help guide (pun intended) you into the game and learn the work week and shifts. First things first—before starting…

Glitchpunk Release

New dystopian game, Glitchpunk, is a “top-down” view sci-fi action game from Dark Lord and was inspired by Rockstar’s classic, Grand Theft Auto 2 (GTA 2). The game is set in a Cyberpunk-like dystopian future and boasts high-octane gameplay that lets players brawl, shoot and drive their way around as a glitched-out android bounty hunter.…