Someone Made Gorgeous HD Screenshots of Nintendo DS Games

Ever wondered how those classic Nintendo DS games that were not entirely 2D would look in HD, upscaled to 720p? One talented Japanese fan experimented with the games and the system, managing to render them in a higher resolution than their native setting. You can check some of his results below. » 4/09/14 9:00am 4/09/14 9:00am

Top 10 Ways to Enhance Your PC Gaming Experience

PC gaming is great, but it's a bit more complex than console gaming. You have a lot of different hardware to choose from, tweaks to increase performance, and other ways to improve the experience—as long as you're willing to put in the time and effort. Here are our top 10 PC mods and tricks for better gaming. » 3/15/14 1:00pm 3/15/14 1:00pm

Yes, Dark Souls II Looks Different Than It Did Last Year

If you've been playing Dark Souls II, and following the coverage leading up to the game's release, you may have noticed that the version of Dark Souls II that was originally shown off to the public was not the same as the game we got on consoles. Tweaks to the lighting, overhauls in the structure of the game and… » 3/13/14 5:00pm 3/13/14 5:00pm

Flower On PS3 Versus PS4

» 11/13/13 2:00pm 11/13/13 2:00pm

Flower is often cited as an example of how beautiful games can be. Part something about flower petals instead of guns, but it's also to do with how beautifully the environment moved and responded to you. So, as a PS4 launch title, it's a good example of how visuals have improved since Sony's last generation of… » 11/13/13 2:00pm 11/13/13 2:00pm

PS4 Vs Xbox One: A Hypothetical Graphics Comparison

Maybe you’re burning to know how the PS4 and Xbox One’s graphics will stack up against each other. Maybe the way each console handles lighting, textures and detail will be what makes you pick one over the other. Sadly, we don’t even know when the next-gen machines are coming out. But, hey, you could conceivably build… » 7/31/13 11:30am 7/31/13 11:30am

The Next Generation Of Mobile Graphics Is Here, And It's Amazing.

You may remember Ira, the facial rendering demo Nvidia used to show off the power of the latest desktop graphics technology. He's even more impressive when he's running on Project Logan, Nvidia's Kepler-powered next-generation mobile processor. These are mobile graphics. Damn. » 7/24/13 10:00am 7/24/13 10:00am