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    Alienware Area 51m

    Alienware Area 51m – Review

    Do you want a gaming laptop that you can update? The Alienware Area 51m is the most powerful and stylish gaming laptop available, and the fact that you can swap out new components gives it perhaps incredible long-term value. If you’re happy to pay a premium and aren’t worried about its monstrous weight, then the Area 51m is a prime choice for you. 

    Brand Name: AlienwareAlienware Area 51m

    Series: Dell Alienware Area 51M

    Item model number: Dell Alienware Area 51M

    Hardware Platform: PC

    Operating System: Windows 10

    Item Weight: 15 pounds

    Item Dimensions L x W x H: 19 x 20 x 6 inches

    Processor Brand: Intel

    Processor Count: 1

    Computer Memory Type: DDR SDRAM

    Where to buy it: AMAZON.COM

     

    About the Product:

    • 9th Generation Intel Core i9-9900K (8-Core, 16MB Cache, up to 5.0GHz w/ Turbo Boost)
    • 17.3″ FHD (1920 x 1080) 144Hz Anti-Glare IPS Display w/ NVIDIA G-SYNC + Tobii eye-tracking technology
    • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB GDDR6 (OC Ready)
    • 32GB (2x16GB) 2400MHz DDR4 Memory
    • 2 X 256GB PCIe Solid State Drive (R0) + 1TB (+8GB SSHD) Hybrid Drive

    Pros

    • The most powerful gaming laptop
    • Can be upgraded
    • Stylish premium design
    • Excellent keyboard

    Cons

    • Incredibly expensive
    • Extremely large and heavy
    • Underwhelming display

     

    THE ALIENWARE AREA 51M

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    The Alienware Area 51m is a brand new high-end gaming laptop from Dell, which looks so futuristic and boasts such a lightspeed performance that you swear it’s out of this world. Weighing 8.5 pounds, the Alienware Area 51m is considered more of a desktop replacement than an on-the-go laptop. With top-of-the-line specs, it’s one of the fastest portables gaming laptops on the market, going head-to-head with the Acer Predator Helios 700 colossus.

     

    There is always a reason for desktop replacements compared to bona fide desktop computers, though, and it’s an upgrade. If you want the latest processor or graphics card you will need to find a new laptop. That’s not the case with the Alienware Area 51m, on Dell’s revolutionary laptop that lets you transfer SSD, RAM, CPU or even GPU whatever you want.

     

    The ability to upgrade is not only a futuristic future, with Alienware Area 51m integrated with Tobii’s eye-tracking technology, credential tracking and support for the Alienware Graphics Amplifier so you can add next-gen AMD or Nvidia graphics cards (Woop, Woop). With such comfy features that fix a serious package, it’s easily one of the most expensive gaming laptops ever made.

    Related: Best Gaming Laptops for under $1500- 2019

     

    SCIENCE-FICTION DESIGN STYLE

     

    The Alienware Area 51m laptop looks beautiful – especially compared to similarly-sized devices. The metal chassis looks elegant, and the Moonlight and Moonlight Darkness options, help Alienware seek sci-fi styling. Weighing only 8.5 Lbs, this is undoubtedly a bulky laptop, but it is much lighter than competitors such as the Acer Predator Helios 700, which weighs 10.8 Lbs. The Alienware laptop is too big to accompany you to work. The Alienware Area 51m is designed as a desktop replacement for use at home.

     

    The rear section of the Alienware Area 51m is large, which can dissipate heat and highlight many ports. Large laptops usually have a thick border around the screen and easy to look cheesy and old-fashioned. Area 51m does not encounter such problems, and thin and smooth bezels look as complex as they are. A power button similar to the Alienware logo can be found on the mainframe above the keyboard. The alien head has RBG illumination that flashes between blue and orange when the laptop is charging and maintains a steady blue color when the battery is fully charged.

     

    You can customize RGB lighting through the Alienware Command Center, and you can also personalize the color and effect of the keyboard, the lid logo, and the light strips that surround the rear vents. Speaking of the rear, the Alienware Area 51m has unconventional large-scale spoils, making it easy to be the most controversial design choice. However, you can’t blame it for its lack of personality, and the honeycomb vents and oval LED lights look like the inspiration for a spaceship.

     

    You can also select a port from the back, the most striking of which is dual power input. That’s right, you need two plugs to get the Alienware Area 51m running at full throttle, which not only makes the expansion cable already overcrowded but also environmentally conscious. You can also find the ports on the back for HDMI, mini DisplayPort, Ethernet and Alienware graphics amplifiers (sold separately) – the latter allows you to add next-generation AMD and Nvidia graphics cards to your setup and connect to other peripherals.

     

    The side of the Alienware Area 51m laptop also has several ports, including a USB 3.1 connection and jacks for headphones and microphones. DisplayPort does not have a dedicated connection, but the Thunderbolt 3 port supports this port, so 4K games can still be played with the correct cable.

     

    THE KEYBOARD GREAT FOR GAMING AND TYPING

    One of the most amazing features of the Alienware Area 51m is the quality of the keyboard. The Alienware TactX keyboard excels in every department, offering a tasty, almost silent ride when you hammer it and sporting many features like RGB lighting and anti-ghosting. With most gaming laptops I suggest choosing an external keyboard, but I honestly believe you will be happier with the keyboard of Alienware Area 51m.

     

    You even get a dedicated number pad and a column of macro keys down the left side thanks to the large space that this laptop colossus offers. Alienware TactX keyboard is one of the best found on a gaming laptop, the touchpad is impressive too – ultra-responsive. You even get two clicks of physical hardware that make a satisfying noise to let you know that your entry has been registered. Of course, you probably still want a chance game for most games, but the track hat is perfectly usable for strategy games and the like.

     

    The touchpad will also start bright blue when you touch it, withering away after a few seconds of staying useless. This can be configured with Alienware Command Center, so you can change the colors and effects, or even turn it off if you’re sick of RGB lighting.

     

    UPGRADE WITH NEXT GENERATION HARDWARE

     

    The crowning feature of the Alienware Area 51m is its ability to upgrade. Turn the laptop over, loosen the screws and you’ll get access to all the components underneath. Warning, though: if you’re not experienced in tinkering with computers, upgrading the Area 51m laptop is likely a daunting process. 

     

    To reach the processor and GPU, you have to unscrew different components. Area 51m may not have a simple modular design, but Alienware deserves credit for including clear labels while also providing a really useful online guide. The Alienware Area 51m CPU or GPU is not easy to access, with newbie PC builders likely to struggle. You are free to remove and replace any component you wish. The laptop uses Intel desktop processors instead of mobile variants, which are bonkers.  

     

    The Alienware Area 51m is a remarkable use of desktop processors, with 115X sockets ensuring compatibility with 9th and 8th generation Intel Core CPUs. The release of the GPU also causes its headache problems, only supports proprietary graphics cards made by Dell, and so users are limited to what the manufacturer has released in the market. This means if Dell decides to stop selling its adaptations to Nvidia’s graphics cards – perhaps because of bad sales – then users won’t be able to upgrade the GPU anymore.

     

    The ability to replace components with more powerful options is an incredibly cool feature, in theory allowing Area 51m the same lifespan of a desktop computer. In reality, the long-term effectiveness of this modular design depends on several factors, some of which are out of Alienware’s hands.

    Related: The Best Gaming Desktops - 2019

     

    THE BATTERY 

     

    With great power comes the miserable battery life – that’s just the nature of gaming laptops. For a portable device that requires two power ports to achieve peak performance, it’s no surprise that the Alienware Area 51m is struggling far from the network.

    All our benchmark tests are focused on two hours of battery life, which is equivalent to the durability of the Acer Predator Helios 700. This only emphasizes the point that is not designed for portability and is a great replacement for a desktop instead of a laptop that you can take to work every day.

     

    FINAL THOUGHTS

     

    The Alienware Area 51m has such a large and heavy form, it lacks the portability that these days usually offer. This is a desktop replacement that will remain rooted in your desk, and thanks to its new upgrade capability, it can be considered as an alternative to a traditional gaming computer.

    This computer is expensive, of course, but you get a lot of quality for the price. Of all the Trusted Review gaming laptops ever tested, this is the most powerful, most packages, has the best keyboard and is probably the best looking. It’s not perfect though, with a showcase and lack of 4K option, but you can order it with your monitor.

    What is most exciting about this laptop is its long-term future. When a new, more powerful graphics card, processor or RAM is released, you won’t need to buy another laptop to reap the benefits. There are still many questions to be answered on that front, such as the limitations of the motherboard and Dell’s provision of its GPUs, but it is an exciting prospect nonetheless.

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    The Sega Genesis Mini-1

    The Mini Sega Genesis – Product Review

    The Mini Sega Genesis

     

    Finally, Sega began to compete directly with the beloved line of the classic Nintendo console, reissued with the Sega Genesis Mini. Released on September 19, on the other side of the 16-bit console war, there’s finally a decent bit of nostalgia. By now the format should be familiar: the Sega Genesis Mini is a scaled-down version of the classic console, but the controllers are full-size. The game library, while not exhaustive, is a particularly well-curated study.

    What is unique about the Mini, however, is that once Sega handles its production obligations, instead of outsourcing its familiar clothing to AtGames. This is probably why you have read so much so that it will not leave you stressed: Whether your benchmark is the superb SNES Classic or one of the very disappointing clones of Genesis or AtGames, the Sega Genesis Mini features everything you are looking to do.

     

    The Sega Genesis Mini-1CONSOLE PROFILE

    Title: Sega Genesis Mini

    Developer: SEGA

    Media: Video Game

    Release Date: September 19, 2019

    Where to buy: AMAZON.COM

     

    Key Features

    • Miniature SEGA Genesis replica
    • Includes 40 legendary games
    • Plug and play ready box Contents
    • SEGA Genesis Mini Console & 2 wired controllers
    • 40 games- Power cable & USB adapter
    • HDMI cable

     

    M2 / EMULATION

    When I said Sega was handling the console itself, that was half true. Real hardware and manufacturing and all that is Sega, but software emulation turns out to be very complicated and you don’t need to look further than the atrocities performed in classic Sega titles from the entire AtGames range to prove how bad things are going in the wrong hands.

     

    So Sega knocked on a longtime partner who has successfully adapted his titles across multiple platforms for decades to handle the emulation itself. M2, the historic Japanese game developer known mostly for its excellent Sega Ages compilations, both old and new, deals with the software end of the Sega Genesis mini, and I would recommend watching the one-hour developer story My Life at Gaming if you haven’t heard of the studio.

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    The time I spend playing the mini (especially the Japanese Contra: Hard Corps version, which you can read more about below) is perfect. The goal is to make the games look original so that there is no better time, and this record succeeds. A great benefit of an emulation-based retro gaming solution is the application features such as retention and back-up situations that were shown on the SNES Classic two years ago. Savings situations are a feature that many older games like to keep your progress in games where it is impossible to earn or allow you to save before difficult times.

     

    Like anything found in the SNES Classic or the Nintendo Switch Online NES gaming library, the rollback feature is becoming a staple for emulators, especially for trading options. Other standard features include a 16: 9 widescreen (Might not want to try this) And the CRT “scanline” filters (if you choose to). Scanners provide alternate black lines designed to simulate CRT pixels, and putting them back is a matter of time.

     

    The system comes with three backgrounds to fill your widescreen. There is a clear black that lets you draw the game’s attention; There’s a retro patterned background, it’s not a terrible look … and there’s a Sonic themed background. That’s a lot. But the 1990s is such a perfect area for Sega that I can’t blame him.

     

    Mini’s Hardware

     

    The Mini Sega Genesis-2The Sega Genesis Mini is complete with a working power switch and non-functioning Gewgaws such as the volume control, the cartridge valves and the expansion port cover.

    The build feels completely obsessive as if it was built by a hobby model builder. Power is supplied via a micro USB port and included USB adapter, while video and audio are sent via HDMI. The system contains two three-button USB Genesis controllers. Although it would have been nice to see the later six-button controllers – mainly because they included fighting games that they could have used! – the console does support the 8-button USB controllers from Retro-Bit and the more authentic 6-button USB controller.

    In a very welcome deviation from the range of Nintendo, you can return to The Mini Sega Genesis-3the main menu with the Sega Genesis Mini with the controller. If you hold down the Start button for three seconds, the menu opens with the supplied controllers, while the Mode button of the 8-button controller opens it immediately.

     

     

    Mini’s Games

    • Sonic the Hedgehog
    • Ecco the Dolphin
    • Castlevania: Bloodlines
    • Space Harrier 2
    • Shining Force
    • Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine
    • ToeJam & Earl
    • Comix Zone
    • Altered Beast
    • Gunstar Heroes
    • Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse
    • World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck
    • Thunder Force 3
    • Super Fantasy Zone
    • Shinobi 3
    • Streets of Rage 2
    • Earthworm Jim
    • Sonic the Hedgehog 2
    • Contra: Hard Corps
    • Landstalker
    • Mega Man: The Wily Wars
    • Street Fighter 2: Special Champion Edition
    • Ghouls ’n Ghosts
    • Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle
    • Beyond Oasis
    • Golden Axe
    • Phantasy Star 4: The End of the Millennium
    • Sonic the Hedgehog Spinball
    • Vectorman
    • Wonder Boy in Monster World
    • Tetris
    • Darius
    • Road Rash 2
    • Strider
    • Virtua Fighter 2
    • Alisia Dragoon
    • Kid Chameleon
    • Monster World 4
    • Eternal Champions
    • Columns
    • Dynamite Headdy
    • Light Crusader

    The Mini Sega Genesis-4Putting together a list of games for a “mini” console like this should be one of the most challenging jobs in gaming. And look, 42 ​​games is a good variety. That’s 100 percent more games than the SNES Classic’s 21 game choices, and it’s probably not an accident. It’s also not quite enough in some way. Seriously, look at this list! Strider! Gunstar Heroes! Even deep cuts like the SegaNet-exclusive Mega Man: The Wily Wars.

    The rest of the games either grab you or they won’t. What people want in these collections is often a very personal thing. Take for example. Contra: Hard Corps. The US release was famously modified from the Japanese original, replacing the life field of kill with a hit and only offered five sequels instead of an infinite number. Of course, you have to play the Japanese version, and since you have a choice on the Sega Genesis Mini, you can.

    Unfortunately, this choice is no longer visible on the game’s detail page. It’s such a cool detail, and it’s a shame that most people probably haven’t ever seen it. I wish this part of the experience was communicated to the player so everyone knows to enjoy multiple versions of their favorite games.

    The Mini Sega Genesis-5I can also quickly discuss what’s not on this console. In addition to the perennial absent Sonic the Hedgehog 3 – rumors have long pointed to Michael Jackson’s alleged involvement as a reason for its continued omission – other games probably should have been here. There are no sports games on the Sega Genesis Mini, despite sports games dominating much of the 16-bit landscape. NBA Jam? Not here. Any Madden titles? Nada. The legendary NHL ’94? also not here.

    It’s not due anywhere else due to licensing issues, but it remains a bummer that the best way to play these games is to track original wagons on eBay or Google.

    Conclusion

    I feel qualified to say that Genesis deserves better than its owner. But as long as Sega agrees to license its platform rather than manufacture its hardware, it seems unlikely to get much better than this and now, two years later, Sega does it. It has created a best-in-class retro console with good games, great performance, original controllers, and a seemingly fair price tag. Is it enough to undo a decade of damage done by the poorly crafted Genesis clones? But now, on the 30th anniversary of the release of the original console, it’s fair to say that Sega has embraced the challenge of living up to its legacy with the Sega Genesis Mini.

    DAEMON X MACHINA REVIEW – RELEASE 2019

    DAEMON X MACHINA REVIEW

    GAME PROFILE

    Title: Daemon X Machina

    Publisher: Nintendo

    Developer: Marvelous Entertainment

    Genre: Action

    Players: 4

    Release Date: 13th Sep 2019 (US/Canada), 13th Sep 2019 (UK/EU/AU)

    Where to buy: AMAZON.COM

     

    About the product

    • They say it was the greatest disaster in recorded history…
    • The moon tore apart, turning the sky into a kaleidoscope of red light that illuminated all who watched from below.
    • Survive this apocalyptic new age when the self-evolving weapons called “Immortals” have turned on their creators and waged war on humanity.

    Pros

    • Mech Control is really good
    • Variety of customization options
    • Colorful cel-shaded

    Cons

    • The missions get repetitive
    • The plot is convoluted and cut-scenes are a little flat
    • Performance can drop during fights

     

    READ: HORI NINTENDO SWITCH SPLIT PAD PRO REVIEW

     

    DAEMON X MACHINA REVIEW

    Did the developer improve the game before launch?

    Daemon X Machina may end up being a big improvement when the game launches this week. After the developer launched a demo in February and explained that he wanted feedback on how to improve the game, several players instead interpreted it as a near-completion product and decided it was a bit tasteless, and they would not buy it.

    Fast forward seven months and it’s fair to say the developer is right: Daemon X Machina has certainly improved in many ways thanks to user reviews. However, this raises two questions: how much has it improved and is it too late to turn back those who were disappointed with this extremely early demonstration? We can’t answer – only time and the graphics will say – but we can at least confirm that the completed game is a solid job, even if it is not quite essential.

     

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    WHAT IS THE GAME ABOUT?

    In the game you work as an unnamed rookie mercenary who specializes in driving giant frogs, your job is to take multiple paid missions to do your bit in the fight against artificial intelligence, which turned against the human race after sending some strange radiation across a colliding moon.

     

    This is not all bad news: this radiation also extends your capabilities, meaning that your fully customizable avatar has more to offer than your average citizen. The other team that you have with you in your quest is the mercenaries, who, depending on whether you envision a piece of each mission, get up and leave.

     

    This whole idea of ​​the characters popping in and out can soon make it difficult to gain a grasp of the plot, and as the story develops, you start to get a load of conspiracy theories and you will start thinking, “Can you trust this team, can you believe that ?, Can we believe the company we’re working for “shenanigans”, it can be a bit complicated at the top.

     

    It’s not the fault of acting (which is usually high quality) or even the dialogue, which is well-written. There are so many active ingredients to play here: it’s like playing chess and removing new ones every few turns. It is important to involve different characters to stand silent and talk to each other Doesn’t help: The setup is as dull as it sounds, even if they’re interested in what they’re saying, and it can be difficult to concentrate.

     

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    GAME INTERACTION

     

    Games like this do their talking on the battlefield, of course, and it’s here where Daemon X Machina shines for the most part. Mech games can be a bit of a pain to control but that isn’t the case here at all: your Arsenal (which is what the game’s mechs are called) the hefty command list can initially seem quite daunting, it only really takes a couple of missions before you’re swooping around with a giant a&#… well, a 50-foot robot. A graceful one, though.

     

    When you’re in the air movement is a simple case of looking in the direction you want to go and heading that way, while more extreme altitude changes can be controlled with either the ‘B’ button (to quickly boost upwards) or pressing in the left stick (to kill your jets and drop quickly downwards).

     

    A useful set button assigned to ‘R’ is an essential piece of kit, especially as the game progresses and you find yourself in increasingly larger firing lines. When on the ground, you’re also able to exit your mech and run around on foot, though this is rarely useful: technically it lets you continue to get involved in the action while you wait for a partner to repair your downed mech, but you’re so vulnerable in this state that it almost always results in death, at least in the early stages of the game.

     

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    THE BATTLES AND WEAPONS

     

    The battles are satisfying. There is generous play help here, which means as you look in the general direction of the enemy you will lock on them and start shooting at them with accuracy. Some of the self-proclaimed ‘hardcore’ may object to this, but it makes sense: many standard game players are up in the air as well, and it would be a bit odd.

     

    If you are extreme, the impressive giant mech did their best to accurately take down a basic flying enemy. There is something very grateful about taking a group of five or six enemies and selecting them one at a time with relative ease. This targeting aid also somewhat offsets the annoying feeling of dual controls that you usually get when playing switches in manual mode: since you don’t have to be focused on your targeting, it’s far less frustrating.

     

    You have the option of switching to motion-controlled targeting if you like, but we were happy enough with the standard settings that we didn’t feel the need to change the replacement. If you have been previously rejected by soft games because of their apparent complexity, this is the one you may have been looking for.

     

    However, customization is the main order of the day. As well as the extensive options available to you in creating the look of both your pilot and your mechanics, there is a substantial amount of weapons that can be unlocked as you progress: your main and side missions, other looting wrecks of downed enemies.

     

    While your mech starts with the basic combination of an assault rifle in one hand and a shield in the other, before long your hangar will be stocked with swords, laser guns, sniper rifles and the like, giving you plenty of options.

     

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    CAN YOU HAVE MULTIPLE WEAPONS?

     

    You can’t take all your weapons to fight with you, but the game is at least generous in this regard: it is possible to enter a mission with a weapon assigned to your left hand (fired with the ‘ZL’ button ‘, one assigned to your right ( ‘ZR’), a rocket launcher on your shoulder (‘L’), an ‘auxiliary weapon’ such as a grenade or landmine (‘Y’) and two other spare weapons that you can attach to the pillars above you and replace your main ones whenever the situation warrants.

     

    This means lengthy battles – and they can be very time-consuming, especially when fighting bosses – can at least stay fun while making the most of the weapons at your disposal. It’s a nice meh game, but Daemon X Machina is not without its faults. Despite taking user feedback and customizing the game accordingly, the elements of the game can still be quite overwhelming, especially for beginners.

     

    Your HUD consists of less than 21 elements, ranging from three different gauges to an ammunition counter of all weapons to a whole host of icons that show the health of each element of your mechanics. The detailed options menu lets you exclude any of what you see fit, but they are all useful to some extent, so we do not recommend this: you just have to go through that initial adjustment period.

     

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    GAME PLOT

     

    The plot recurs after a while. Most of the game is really just a case of “do a mission, pay, watch a cut scene, do the next mission” and as the plot gets more complex and your inventory gets bigger (although you can sell some off) you begin to realize that it is merely a judgmental and repetitive situation. Although there are some variations to the missions – one minute you defend buildings, the next you take other mercenaries down the road – it still doesn’t escape what is a fairly rigid structure. If you are bored of the single-player missions, there is also the option of engaging some staff, either online or locally, with up to three other players.

     

    These are generally pretty meaty (you’ll fight with giant bosses, scratching with groups of powerful enemy wicks, that sort of thing) and give decent cash rewards for completion, though in the grand scheme they are still more of the same thing. If you loathe the idea of ​​other people, you can take these alone, and as you play through the main story, you also unlock AI partners to recruit and fight alongside you (though they are often used as chocolate tea).

     

    READ: BEST NINTENDO SWITCH GAMES 2019

     

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    LAST THOUGHTS

    If you’re still stuck on Daemon X Machina, my advice is simple: download the free prologue demo, which is currently available on the eShop switch. This gives you the first few missions and, if you like them and decide to buy the full game, you can hand over your saved file. While many other demonstrations are too short to penetrate the full picture of the game they represent, the fact that Daemon X Machina is such a formal experience means that you will reach the end of the Preface.

     

    At its core, Daemon X Machina is a solid mech action game that runs well and gives the player generous help with tuning options. Its mission structure can be repeated, and its plot is so difficult to capture, you should have a good time playing it.

    Nintendo Flexible Ring – New Switch Accessory

    MORE INFO ON SEPT 12, 2019

    As I was scrolling on my google app, I notice a piece of news from Nintendo and then I wonder did Nintendo just revealed a new accessory for the Nintendo Switch?

    Indeed they did, they Calling it a “new experience” for the Switch, Nintendo released a teaser but the firm is not releasing any details yet, but it appears to be in the mold of its Wii Fit/sports game, centered on physical activity and practice. See the video below.

     

     

    The clip shows how the switch’s controls slide into the ring, which is used to control the action on the screen. The strap lets users attach a win-con to their thig and track body movements, how players perform sit-ups, squats, and kegel practice.

    We still don’t know too much about this weird anomaly, but the ending of the video suggests Nintendo will release more on September 12th.

    The device remembers the Wii balance board, which was created with practice in mind. This is not the first unusual add-on for Switch. Last year Nintendo unveiled its Labo kits – essentially, pieces of cardboard where the console and its Joy-Cons could be inserted to create accessories for controlling mini-games.

    Earlier this year, the company used the platform to launch virtual reality on its hybrid device, though the goggles you need to hold in your face are the legend of both Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey coming to Labo VR.

    In other Nintendo news, yesterday the gaming giant added 20 Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) games to its recommended online service, adding to the 45+ NES titles already available. You need to head to Nintendo.com and check it out!

    Also read: Best Nintendo Switch Games - 2019

    The Best Curved Gaming Monitors – 2019

     

    THE BEST CURVED GAMING MONITORS – 2019

    Have you experienced the curve? now when it comes to gaming we all want to have the best experience possible, with today’s technology we can experience video games on a whole other level. The best-curved gaming monitors offer a more immersive gaming experience. Like all monitors, they are available in many shapes and sizes, but they are usually larger high-resolution screens. As is common with monitors, they vary greatly in performance, from basic 60Hz budget monitors to the most advanced 144Hz gaming monitors with either AMD FreeSync or NVIDIA G-SYNC VRR technology. Now without further due let’s get to this article.

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    THE BEST CURVED GAMING MONITORS – 2019

    LG 34UC79G-B 34-Inch 21:9 Curved UltraWide IPS Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate

     

    A lower resolution curved gaming monitor, the LG 34UC79G-B is the best 1080p curved gaming monitor. It’s a stretched 1080p monitor, with a slightly wider screen than normal. It’s a good monitor for most uses, with very good gaming performance.

     

    This monitor is great for gaming on older PCs, or if you simply want the smoothest gaming experience possible. It has excellent motion handling, including very fast response time and excellent 144Hz refresh rate. Plus, it supports AMD FreeSync for a tear-free gaming experience. Like most gaming monitors, it has excellent low input lag, even if you’re playing a game that’s locked at 60Hz.

     

    Unfortunately, the LG 34UC79G-B isn’t very bright and may have a tough time overcoming glare in a bright room. It also doesn’t look as good in a dark room, as despite the decent contrast ratio, there is notable backlight bleed and poor black uniformity. Overall, it will keep most gamers happy.

     

     


     

    Acer Predator Z35P bmiphz 35″ Curved 1800R QHD (3440×1440) NVIDIA G-SYNC VA Monitor

     

    If you play a lot of nights in a dark room, the Acer Predator Z35P is a good alternative to the darkroom of the LG 34GK950F-B. It has a slightly slower response time, but it has a great refresh rate of 100Hz and supports G-SYNC for almost free games. This monitor has a much better natural contrast ratio than LG for better dark scene viewing. Unfortunately, this also means that there is a worse viewing angle and is best enjoyed directly from the front.

     

    Overall, the LG 34GK950F-B is the best extremely curved ultra-wide gaming monitor for most people, but if you’re playing in a dark room and aren’t interested in viewing angles, the Acer Predator Z35P might be a better choice.

     

     


    Alienware 1900R 34.1″, Curved Gaming Monitor LED-Lit, WQHD 3440 x 1440p Resolution, 4ms 120Hz Overclocked Refresh Rate, NVIDIA G-Sync, 21:9 Aspect Ratio, HDMI, Display Port, 4x USB 3.0, AW3418DW

     

    If you want to get the most out of your NVIDIA graphics card, the Dell Alienware AW3418DW is the best G-SYNC game controller. It has high-speed, high-speed navigation, and optical navigation. This launch offers a much better gaming experience and better response time, a little faster than the Samsung CHG70, but slower.

     

    Overall, the LG 34GK950F-B is good for most gamers, but if you want genuine G-SYNC monitors and have no problem switching, the Dell Alienware AW3418DW is a great choice.

     

     


     

    LG 34GK950F-B 34″ 21:9 Ultragear WQHD Nano IPS Curved Gaming Monitor with Radeon FreeSync 2 (2018), Black

     

    The LG 34GK950F-B is the best ultrawide curved game monitor. It’s a great gaming screen with an excellent response time that delivers clear motion with very little blur behind fast-moving objects. There is also an optional black frame insertion feature that can further enhance the motion look. It supports AMD’s FreeSync variable refresh rate technology that delivers an almost tear-free gaming experience.

     

    The ultra-wide aspect ratio of this screen provides a more immersive gaming experience, but it’s not ideal for all games, as it can be difficult to see the entire UI without looking around. This display delivers decent image quality with high SDR peak lighting, wide viewing angles and great reflection handling. It supports HDR, but this doesn’t add much.

     

    In general, the LG 34GK950F-B is a fantastic curved game monitor that should please most. It doesn’t look so good in a dark room but has great gaming performance and decent image quality.

     

     


     

    Samsung CRG9 Series 49″ Double QHD HDR 120Hz 4ms FreeSync Curved QLED Gaming Monitor

     

    For the largest curved display available, see Samsung C49RG9 / CRG9. This massive 49-inch screen matches two 27 “, 1440p screens placed side by side. It has the same radius of curvature as the Samsung CHG70, but the larger size gives an incredible gaming experience and also makes the larger screen mean, you have to turn your head to see the full interface in some games, which is not ideal.

     

    All in all, the Samsung CHG70 is the best-curved display for most people, but if you want something bigger and you don’t have to move your head a bit to see the interface, the Samsung C49RG9 / CRG9 may be the better choice.

     

     


     

    Samsung C27HG70 27″ HDR QLED 144Hz 1ms Curved Gaming Monitor with FreeSync

     

    Samsung C27HG70 – the best game curved monitor. This 27-inch 1440p display provides a great gaming experience, with fast response time, excellent low-latency and high refresh rates. It also supports FreeSync, even when connected to a recent NVIDIA graphics card, which guarantees you that you will always get the practical and almost any gaming experience from virtually any source.

     

    This monitor uses a VA panel, so it is an excellent choice for games at night in a dark room because it has a very good contrast ratio. Unfortunately, this also leads to an image that is rapidly degraded when viewed from the side, although the curved screen 1800R helps preserve uniformity in the seat directly in front.

     

    This monitor is also available in 32 “size, and we expect that most of the model will be similar to the 27-inch model we tested.

     

     


     

     

    Final Thoughts

     

    Curved gaming monitors might look a bit different compared to flat screens that work very well, but there are some real benefits to them. With a screen that fills up your field of view, you can see more of the screen at a glance, reducing the need to shift your focus to different parts of the screen. On top of reducing eye strain, a curved monitor creates a more immersive, undistorted viewing experience. I hope you have enjoyed this article I invite you to read similar articles below.

     

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    Best Xbox One Games – 2019

    BEST XBOX ONE GAMES

     

    Do you own an Xbox One, Xbox One S, or Xbox One X? if so, this is a great destination for discovering new titles as well as older titles, whether you’re a heavy hunter or a time-limited random player. You are in the gaming heaven right now, because 2019 is more fun with every passing week. From Metro Exodus’s gripping first-person survival horror styles to the astonishing slash Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice twice and Devil May Cry 5 combined sky shine, it’s just a dumpling of amazing Xbox One games to get right down.

     

    I would also say it’s worth remembering that now is a great time to build a collection of the best Xbox One games. This is because we are approaching the middle of a gaming-tactical summer season, which means that barely a week passes now with the release of the next best Xbox game. What’s even better is that many video game retailers also run summer sales, which means that many of the games offered in this guide are available at a discount.

     

    In particular, Amazon seems to be smoking the parts and prices of game retailers right now, along with many games on this list, such as Red Dead Redemption 2, Battlefield V, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Tomb Raider Shadow, and all the incredibly wallet-friendly prices. So it’s a good idea to pull it off before you go if you want to check the pricing in the store because that way you can save the trip. It is also worth remembering that with E3 2019 now gone, we have some serious gaming deals to choose from.

     

    But without further delay, let’s get to this article

     


     

     

    BEST XBOX ONE GAMES YOU CAN PLAY RIGHT NOW

    Crash™ Team Racing Nitro-Fueled (Xbox One)

    After Spyro Reignited Trilogy and Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy have shown such a hit, Activision is back on track with its “modern remake of the classic PS1”. This time it is Crash Team Racing – one of the few arcade racers that even approaches the majesty of Mario Kart 64 – and is full of all the old tracks and racers you remember.

     

    Even if you missed it for the first time, you are still in treatment. With advanced visual editing, you can move the picture to every corner and try to get the stage title on some of the saddest songs you’ve ever played. Access online and local multiplayer and other Crash Nitro Kart songs and cards.

     

     


     

     

    F1 2019 Anniversary Edition – Xbox One

    With the liking of Milestone wearing a racing game every month, it’s often easy to forget other developers out there still producing motorcycle sims worth your while and hard money. British studio Codemasters still loves petrol, and the latest addition to its officially licensed F1 series – F1 2019 – is proof that such a nursery is always shining.

     

    This year’s iteration now includes a full simulation of the F2 championship, which tends to make an impact in the restored career mode. With more of a narrative focus than previous years, you’ll be leading a driver through their early career up to the F1 stage, with scripted drama with your longtime rivals holding things on the road. If paired with a great driving model – which will satisfy both hardcore racing sim players and more arcade-focused novices – F1 2019 proves itself to be something really special.

     

     


     

    Tour De France: Season 2019 – Xbox One (Xbox One)

    Sports simulations are themselves a niche for themselves, even as FIFA and Madden only have followed-up dedications in certain regions, but there are super-niche sims that give life to much more obscure sports on a virtual basis. The games of the Tour de France for years now and the last incorporation brings some welcome changes.

     

    Online tournaments have now been introduced with tournaments of two to four players available, while the most realistic and reactive AI makes the game alone more challenging. Speaking of challenges, this new iteration offers special modes like the Descent and the Sprint. Now you can enjoy all the most important places in the TdF race.

     

     


     

    Wolfenstein: Youngblood – Xbox One

    When Bethesda doesn’t provide us with some of the best RPG experiences outside of The Witcher, it serves up arrows as no one does. We already have Rage 2, and with DOOM Eternal on the horizon, the third entry in the alt-history of the Wolfenstein series is poised to introduce its kind of unique ultraviolet. With the daughters of main character BJ Blazkowicz, this 80s fairytale brings the game together for the first time in the series.

     

    You can either play with a friend or partner with AI, offering far more agency when it comes to solving missions and eliminating more rigorous enemies. Missions are also of a more open design, offering a more dishonest style in which tactics involving concealed or fully handed rifles can be used. This is the kind of change that made the series cry, showing a much higher replay value as a result.

     

     


     

    Madden NFL 20

    The new NFL season will begin in early September, which means it must be a new Madden time. The return of the annual American Football Simulator franchise NFL 20, retains familiar tactical sports simulations with some popular new features (including story mode alternatives and some special player abilities).

     

    Faced with franchising: QB1 is not a follow-up to the narrative-driven The Longshot series; instead, it is more like a revival of the Superstar model, where you will lead a creative player from college to the NFL. There are 10 licensed university franchises in this model, so grill fans will like this extra authenticity. There is also a new Superstar X-Factor system that introduces unique and unique features to some of the biggest and best players in the league.

     

     


     

    Age of Wonders: Planetfall

    The Age of Wonders series is back and brings its quadruple gameplay on PCs and sci-fi consoles Age of Wonders: Planetfall. Planetfall, in the same spirit as other popular genre titles like Europa Universalis, uses a procedurally generated map where six factions compete for control by all necessary means.

     

    You can choose to track business transactions and diplomacy, using natural resources to power your faction, or you can follow the path of a hot bully and build an intergalactic navy capable of destroying anyone who dares to resist. Each of the six factions has its unique units and there is enormous depth in both the turn-based battle and the political agency.

     

     


     

    The Sinking City (XB1) – Xbox One

    If you have a taste for games focused on investigating and solving mysteries, then the Ukrainian developer behind the latest Sherlock Holmes games has just that. Sinking City takes the same template – you are trying to solve the overriding mystery by collecting clues and addressing the locals – but that gives off the horror.

     

    The titular city is rife with waves, like open Gothic Venice, and our hero must try to unravel the cause of maintaining his health. If you witness acts of horror, you will be weakened to reality, so you will have to defuse your senses or risk falling into madness.

     

     


     

    Remnant: From the Ashes

    The makers of the Darksiders series (including last year’s criminally underrated Darksiders III) are coming in: The rest: From the ashes, a new three co-op shooter that takes the tried-and-tested formula (open folders, XP leveling, upgradable device and more) and gives it a fantastic twist.

     

    It turns out that night terror from another dimension invaded Earth and turned it into a familiar post-apocalyptic state. The last remnant of humanity must now use the same technology to travel to other worlds, find new weapons, and hunt for the source of this enemy. It’s very silly, and not very revolutionary, but it’s a fun alternative to The Division or World War Z games.

     

     


     

    Control

    Based on the studio for May Payne, Alan Wake and Quantum Break, Control – a monstrous survival horror and third-person shooter. You play Jesse, conscript, working at the Federal Bureau of control, a secret agency that studies the paranormal activity.

     

    If the headquarters of the agency, “The Oldest House” in New York goes to closing, Jesse has to learn his constantly changing hallway and solve the mystery at the heart. You will be able to unleash paranormal forces, such as mind control and levitation, and the use of more conventional weapons gunners to resist evil forms Hisao.

     

     


     

    MXGP Pro

    Like Motorsport where it’s based, the Milestone Team’s MXGP remains a very fitting racing series. One that balances realistic physics with a game about making big jumps from muddy hills and flying your bike in a first corner pile. Five games in the series and the Italian studio is constantly tweaking its racing model, as well as adding many desired modes and features for MXGP 2019.

     

    First, MXGP 2019 has a Track track (something the series has needed for years), so you can build, share and race on user-created tracks. There is also a new training hub – now known as Playground – that enables you to create custom race checkpoints through Waypoint mode, as well as a learning method to handle others’ different engine strokes in different track conditions. There are even contemporary rider resemblances and team details.

     


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