Nvidia’s Shield TV is the best streaming box you can get right now, thanks to 4K support, a variety of surround sound audio formats & a great execution of Android TV, & it just got a little bit better: The latest update to the YouTube app brings 360-degree video support, as well as an improved UI that should make browsing content easier.
The new app introduces the 360-degree video feature that Nvidia & Google have both demonstrated previously, which provides viewers with a way to enjoy immersive content without having to don a headset. You can use the Shield TV’s included Nvidia controller to navigate your view, & it works with both existing & new content [...]
Graphic SettingsThere are many guides on this topic so I’ll keep this section relatively short. Make sure that you set Foilage to very low, at higher settings as in most games foilage works against you. Grass makes it more difficult to see targets over the crests of hills and birms, and bushes become more lush and easier for other players to hide in. Settings preferences will change from person to person, but if you choose to play with foilage on high or ultra you are only hindering yourself. If you are having FPS issues, there are a handful of launch options that can help. -USEALLAVAILABLECORES -malloc=system Above are the launch options that I use, but there are many [...]
Game subscription services now look like they’re here to stay, & Sony’s PlayStation Now just got an exciting update: The first PS4 games on the service are now available to play. The debut list includes 24 games that originally came out on PS4, bringing PS Now to the contemporary console era of games releases for the first time.
The games list includes quite a few smaller releases & some remasters, like God of War 3 Remastered, but though it may be humble beginnings, it’s also a good sign that Sony intends to keep investing in the service & bringing more recent iconic titles to member. The subscription services streams games to a [...]
Video game company Atari helped define the electronic entertainment industry from the 1970s to the mid-1980s with its iconic products such as Pong and the Atari 2600, but it hasn’t created a gaming console in over twenty years. Suddenly out of nowhere we had an email from one of Ataris press sides. What did it contain? Well not as much as would have hoped it did. They are keeping there cards close. But they did give us some information so watch out for the articles coming never the less it’s exciting to be on the cusp of this & just checkout the video. Wether it’s a retro play console or a whole new idea it’s looking exciting.
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