Jump to content
Torrents: Don't Hit & Run, Please Seed Back After Download ×


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


DudeRaj1994 last won the day on February 12 2017

DudeRaj1994 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1 Leecher

1 Follower

About DudeRaj1994

  • Rank

Recent Profile Visitors

547 profile views
  1. In anticipation of the release of Assassin’s Creed Origins on October the 27th, the development team has released the official PC specs and system requirements (listed below). In order to learn more about the new features and development process for the PC version, we spoke to Jose Araiza, the producer responsible for coordinating with Assassin’s Creed Origins development teams around the globe. MINIMUM CONFIGURATION OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only) PROCESSOR: Intel Core i5-2400s @ 2.5 GHz or AMD FX-6350 @ 3.9 GHz or equivalent VIDEO CARD: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD R9 270 (2048 MB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0 or better) SYSTEM RAM: 6GB Resolution: 720p Video Preset: Lowest RECOMMENDED CONFIGURATION OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only) PROCESSOR: Intel Core i7- 3770 @ 3.5 GHz or AMD FX-8350 @ 4.0 GHz VIDEO CARD: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD R9 280X (3GB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0 or better) SYSTEM RAM: 8GB Resolution: 1080p Video Preset: High For more information on the PC specs and recommended hardware, check this link. Assassin’s Creed Origins is coming out for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on October 27. For more on the game, be sure to check out our previous coverage, and stay tuned for future updates. by Chris Watters | Associate Communications Manager
  2. If you love Resident Evil 7, you must play its genius ‘Bedroom’ DLC 90 Minutes at Marguerite’s by Allegra Frank Resident Evil 7’s first expansion pack is out now on PlayStation 4, and there’s a clear winner among its trio of playable episodes. “Bedroom,” an escape-the-room puzzle that pits the player against their own memory and cunning, is a brilliant set of scares that is single-handedly worth the price of admission. “Bedroom” is one of two VHS tapes that are playable in the Banned Footage Vol. 1 DLC, and it follows doomed cameraman Clancy’s attempts to break free from the room he’s trapped in. Also returning from the main Resident Evil 7 campaign is Marguerite Baker, the haunted mansion’s creepiest caretaker, who’s keen on keeping Clancy in bed at all costs. What follows is a first-person puzzle game that features some truly smart level design. “Bedroom” isn’t just about getting Clancy away from some sickening bowls of soup and his horrifying confinement unscathed. It’s also a test of the player’s ability to beat the clock and remember every single step they took before time runs down and they get caught. That’s because certain steps taken to break free from the bedroom will sound an alarm that calls Marguerite back into the room. If she finds that Clancy’s been out of bed, rifling through the drawers and rearrang ing furniture? Well, that’s it for him. EXPECT TO BE DRENCHED WITH SWEAT REPEATEDLY WHILE PLAYING The need to ensure that nothing appears untouched by the time Clancy’s captor returns is what elevates “Bedroom” to something truly tense and remarkable. Escaping a room within a time limit is already an anxious experience, but having thirty seconds to put the room back together or face certain death? Expect to be drenched with sweat repeatedly while playing. The solutions to the room’s puzzles are also some smart, surprising designs that make an initial playthrough of “Bedroom” especially memorable. Like any good puzzle game, nothing feels cheap or impossible to deduce. Every answer is encased within that tiny room, hidden within every inch of it — literally. The step-by-step nature of the mode makes it a learning experience, and one that’s best played collaboratively. Resident Evil 7’s main campaign is heralded as an interpretation of several horror subgenres, and “Bedroom” is yet another celebration of a diverse medium. This is like the Five Nights at Freddy’s to the more absurdist modes’ Evil Dead, so expect jump scares to punctuate every failure to absorb the bedroom’s lessons. Seriously: We jumped a half-foot into the air toward the episode’s end. To get a sense of just how “Bedroom” works in action, watch us play through it below. (We start it up around the 15-minute mark.) And as a tip: Don’t eat the soup, whatever you do. It’s not worth it.
  3. thanks, buddy give me a link where I can subscribe u
  4. We’re at it again with the APU. Last go around we threw the A10 7890k at Battlefield 1 and this go around it’s Watch Dogs 2’s turn. We’ve already broken down the performance of Watch Dogs 2 on our test system where we proved that the game is quite the beast to run at full Ultra. We also so the benefits of enabling Ubisoft’s Temporal Filtering to drastically increase the performance of the game and were keen to see if it had any real benefits down on the low end of the spectrum of computer parts. Using our typical test system for APU performance we didn’t dig in too deep on the performance metrics but rather worked on a video where we went through changing settings and seeing the performance metrics change in real time. This way we’re able to see just what these changes actually look like so there aren’t any performance graphs associated with this test. If charts and graphs are something you’d like to see return to our APU testing just let me know in the comments section. AMD APU Test System CPU A10 7890k Motherboard ASUS ROG Crossblade Ranger Memory 8GB (2x4GB) AMD Radeon R9 Gamer Series DDR3 2400MHz. 2GB to iGPU Storage Visiontek 240GB SSD PSU Bitfenix Fury 550G Sometimes seeing if you can get a game performing well under the minimum is fun. Just like I said at the end of the video, this is more of ‘Can it be done’ rather than a ‘Should it be done’ scenario. If anything I was actually surprised by the results and didn’t expect near what the A10 7890k was able to push out. At the end of the day this makes me a little more anxious for new Zen based APUs with beefed up GPU cores along with DDR4. By Keith May
  • Advertisement

  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and Guidelines.