More and more we are seeing games eschew the standard publishing model and turn to crowd funding. Whether Kickstarter, Indiegogo or Fig; fans are funding projects that the larger developers feel are too niche or risky to produce. One such game recently released after a successful Kickstarter campaign, The Dwarves developed by KING Art Games and published by Nordic THQ. Based on a fantasy novel of the same name it released fifteen months after the launching of the campaign. Warning the following will contain plot spoilers.
A motherboard is one of the most critical components in any PC to get right. Nearly everything in a modern PC is connected directly to the motherboard, CPU, RAM, GPU, Drives, USB Ports, Audio cables, and so on, so it’s pretty important you get something reliable and with enough features and connections for everything you need. The Flip side of that coin is the staggering selection of boards out there, with literally hundreds of choices, some costing more than a mortgage payment on a house, how does a gamer decide what to get? MSI has broken their new lineups into 3 new categories to help you narrow it down.
Compared to the RX 480, the RX 470 had a rather quiet launch. It seems that unless a product is plagued with issues, or its cost is near $1,000, their launch flies under the radar. This was the case with the RX 470. Labeled as the little brother to the RX 480, the RX 470 is in that price range that few people tend to pay attention to. The $100-$200 range. However, with advances in technology over the last few years, maybe it’s time we start to watch the more budget oriented cards. With the launch of the Red Devil RX 470, I think PowerColor agrees. But to play games at anything over 1080p, you must spend $400 or more, right? The answer may surprise you. I’d like to thank Power Color for providing us with the Red Devil RX 470 for this review. Now, let’s see how the budget card held up.
Do you ever wish you had a chassis that would be very easy to work with and made things so much easier to do your build? If so, Cooler Master might have the perfect case for you with their new MasterCase Maker 5t Full Tower Chassis. The 5t is a modular case with tinted tempered glass side panels, plus the chassis is fully modular making it the perfect case for doing your new high-end build. ProClockers would like to thank Cooler Master for sending us the MasterCase Maker 5t full tower chassis for review.
In June of 2012 Ubisoft announced Watch Dogs with the promise that you could hack the world. Sadly the game failed to live up to that promise and the hacking turned into timed button presses to stop a helicopter or prevent someone from calling the cops on you. Then during E3 of 2016 the sequel was officially unveiled after years of rumors. Ubisoft promised to do better with this game, they brought on people to act as hacking consultants. The following will contain plot spoilers for the game.