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It's $199 in the States
- Exclusive to GAME in the UK for only £249 (reason due to something-something-brexit)
Been trying some games on my PS4 in HDR and they change the games for the better.
$5 (or your local equivalent)
Nvidia have said it's a custom design
it says oculus rift in the top left
It's for Xbox One and PS4 coming Autumn 2017
the TTWO share price supposedly "soared" the other day
Seems is available in insider program but public release is next year
It's also the first PC game to support HDR rendering
Yeah I used to be a fan of SLI from the old Voodoo 2 days, but I prefer single GPU setups now, have had too many dramas with stuttering shadows and glitches
and after seeing how SLI doesn't seem to be getting the support it used to it is something I probably wont go back to.
Even Samsung abandoned OLED.
I'd be like the Secret Lemonade Drinker creeping downstairs to play PSVR
Very much looking forward to getting my hands on this tonight
as soon as my move controllers are delivered is Sports Bar VR
So rare to see Valve actually do anything.
best PC controller right now is the new Xbox One controller tho.
it has built in bluetooth that works without any special dongle or third party software
just been reading a bit on IGN about it saying the camera needs to be on top of the TV
This is also why the Wii U's attachment rate was quite low.
It's also disappointing that the excellent HDR mode available to Xbox One S users is not included with the PC version. Granted, there currently are no PC games supporting this feature, but many of us do play PC games on HDR-ready displays and would love to have this option.
Can current GPUs (e.g. 480, 1070) output an HDR signal?
what does the curved screen actually add
Are the HDR upgrades worth it?
Samsung has releases a firmware enabling HDR in gamemode for all their new HDR TV's.
though my back catalogue