NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Launch Review @ Neoseeker

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Launch Review 

Neoseeker Hardware Newsletter: Monday June 01st, 2015

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti delivers Titan X class performance at a more affordable price.

Patriot Ignite 480GB SSD Review

Patriot is back in the SSD game with the Ignite, offering great performance and generous capacity at a competitive price point.

CyberPowerPC Syber Vapor I Review

Play your library of PC games in Windows and Steam from the comfort of your couch with the SYBER VAPOR I PC gaming console.


IT and PC Gaming News Headlines

Respawn: Don’t expect to see Titanfall 2 at E3 this year

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Titanfall 2 definitely exists in some form or another, but fans of Respawn Entertainment’s sci-fi mecha shooter shouldn’t expect to see the unnamed sequel at this year’s E3. Sorry to break the news, ladies and gentlement, but the powers that be have spoken, by whom I mean Respawn CEO and founder Vince Zampella.

League of Legends to release Prehistoric skins, including a new dinosaur version of Anivia

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Heads up, League of Legends fans. Riot has another series of 750 RP skins on the way, dubbed the Prehistoric series. Both Cho’Gath and Renekton will be receiving a Prehistoric skin, but the real winner here is Anivia. Yes, the Cryophoenix is getting a dinosaur makeover.

Games With Gold in June to add Double Fine’s Massive Chalice, plus Just Cause 2 and Thief on 360

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Hey look at that, it seems like Microsoft has scored some interesting games for this month’s Games With Gold. June should have something interesting for everyone to pick up and try, though again with only Xbox One release for the month there may not be something everyone actually enjoys. That game on Xbox One for June is Massive Chalice, Double Fine’s fantasy take on hardcore tactical games akin to XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Massive Chalice will be debuting as part of the Games With Gold service, launching at the same time on other platforms — though certainly not for free.

Wildstar is going free-to-play, the secrets of Nexus revealed to all starting later this year

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Carbine Studios has officially announced that WildStar will be dropping its required subscription and will go free-to-play starting this fall. An exact date has yet to be confirmed, as Carbine is planning a thorough beta to test the transition and the planned content to be released alongside it. According to early plans, WildStar’s free-to-play experience will allow access to all in-game content without limitation. In order to pay the bills, Carbine will be adding a premium shop stocked with cosmetic items and also offer an optional monthly subscription which rewards “bonuses and enhancements.” Power will not be for purchase, Carbine insists.

League of Legends’ Ekko gets his own Champion Spotlight and comes out soon with patch 5.10

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We have a new League of Legends Champion Spotlight today, focused on Ekko, also known as the boy who shattered time. The Zaun kid isn’t out yet, but he will be with the upcoming 5.10 patch.

CD Projekt isn’t ditching The Witcher yet and will focus on franchise for the next year, not Cyberpunk

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CD Projekt has confirmed plans to focus on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt through the next year, effectively dashing any hopes of Cyberpunk 2077 news coming any time soon. The good news is that The Witcher 3 will enjoy a healthy lifespan with full support from the devs.

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