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Ray Tracing Support Isn’t Enough For Radeon RX 6000 To Compete With NVIDIA – Why FidelityFX Super Resolution Is Important

AMD's Radeon RX 6000 cards are out in the market and have support for ray tracing, but that isn't nearly enough to compete with NVIDIA. Here's why AMD needs FidelityFX Super Resolution and other features.

Kate Bishop is Coming to Marvel’s Avengers in New Expansion, But It’s Still Not Enough To Save The Game

A new Marvel's Avengers War Table video showcases the new addition to the game - Kate Bishop. But is a new character and new expansion worth jumping back into the game?

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla First Impressions- The Perfect Mix of Old and New

After almost 40 hours with Assassin's Creed Valhalla, I think it is a perfect mix of the old and new styles of gameplay that Ubisoft's franchise has offered over the years.

Apple Silicon — History in Making

Apple is only days away from announcing its first-ever Mac running Apple Silicon. Let's take a closer look at the chipset.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Launching With 60 FPS on Console Is a First For the Franchise, But Will It Be The Only Time?

Assassin's Creed Valhalla has now been confirmed to launch with 4K 60 FPS modes on PS5 and Xbox Series X, but will it be the outlier once future games come out?

Does AMD Need a DLSS Alternative for its Radeon RX 6000 Graphics Cards? (Yes it Does)

AMD's upcoming RDNA 2-powered Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards will include ray tracing capabilities, but what about a DLSS-like feature? Does AMD need one? Yes, it does.

Is There A Way To Bring Consoles To The Forefront of Gaming in India After Mobile Gaming’s Dominance in 2020?

With console gaming being as expensive as it is in India, can the upcoming next-generation of consoles capture the attention of the masses, with mobile gaming being such a dominant category?

Xbox Series X Backwards Compatibility Enhancement Is Bonkers- But Will PS5 Follow Suit?

First Impressions on Xbox Series X's backwards compatibility are now public, and it seems like Xbox has done a tremendous job on providing better performance on legacy games. Will the PlayStation 5 offer a similar backwards compatibility offering?

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