BlackIce is Senior Editor and Site Founder here at Gamer-Tech. He attempts to cover just about everything interesting in the world of gaming and tech (DUH!) To be honest, he's an old man with a love for just about everything console and PC gaming related.
Atari has released more details about their upcoming Ataribox game console, disclosing that the machine will run Linux on an AMD processor and cost between $250 to $300. The company will begin a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo this fall and launch the Ataribox sometime in the spring of 2018 with a large back catalog of …
This past Thursday, AMD released Radeon Software 17.9.2, AMD’s most recent graphics card driver that unlocks 2-way multi-GPU support in the company’s newly released Radeon RX Vega graphics cards. Good stuff. HOWEVER, not great for hardcore gaming PC builders.
Secret of Mana, one of the most beloved RPGs of the 16-bit era, is returning in the form of an all-new remake. The game is planned for global release on various platforms, such as the PlayStation 4, Vita, and Steam, Square Enix announced recently.
Lisa Su has popped her head up on Twitter this morning showing off the AMD Ryzen Threadripper packaging. What really piqued my interest is that AMD stated that, “it will be on the shelf in early August.” Looking forward that THAT release. I’d love to build a Threadripper based machine. Just because. 🙂 Getting ready …
Microsoft has published a support document revealing what features will be removed or deprecated in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: these include features and programs such as the Paint application, Outlook Express, screen saver functionality in Themes, System Image Backup (SIB) Solution, and Windows PowerShell 2.0. The following features and functionalities in the Windows …
If you’re a platform fan like I am, you’ve probably owned and/or played Rayman Legends, the most recent entry in the long running Rayman series of games. Initially, this particular entry in the series was originally supposed to serve as a Wii U exclusive title.
A Russian mod developer behind the popular Grand Theft Auto V modding tool Open IV has stated that the project is being killed off in the aftermath of a cease-and-desist letter from game publisher Take-Two. Up until this point, the tool had been helpful in helping to facilitate all sorts of GTA mods.