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GameCube Games Now Running On One Android Device

June has been a big month for the team working on the Dolphin emulator, which allows users to play GameCube and Wii games on their PC. In addition to getting Virtual Console games up and running, they have also managed to get GameCube games working on an Android device (albeit one that few of you will own).

Nvidia Makes Doing Doughnuts In The Batmobile Mean Something

As demonstrated in the latest Batman: Arkham Knight video from Nvidia, doing doughnuts with the Batmobile without GameWorks is an empty, soulless experience.

NVIDIA Makes Batman: Arkham Knight Look All Fancy

Interactive smoke and fog, dollar bills that flutter across the floor, enhanced rain that beads off Batman’s cape — that’s right, it’s NVIDIA’s obligatory “look-how-good-Batman-looks-on-our-hardware” video for Arkham Knight!

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review: Overkill Without Excess

Nvidia’s graphics lineup could be deemed complete in the enthusiast front. Starting at $US200 with the GeForce GTX 960 and finishing at $US1000 with the 3072 CUDA core monster that is the GTX Titan X. Hardcore gamers with cash to spare will arguably say the finish line isn’t crossed until you hit two or even three Titan Xs, but I digress.

Project CARS Benchmarked: Brutal Weather Conditions

Project CARS (or Community Assisted Racing Simulator) is a racing simulation game that’s been on everyone’s radar since its drool-inducing visuals started to make the rounds as far back as 2012.

Is Your PC Ready For Batman: Arkham Knight?

It’s still a few months away, but that gives you ample time to save up for new hardware if your PC isn’t quite prepared for the graphical finesse of Rocksteady’s latest outing in the Batman universe. And what great heights will your machine need to hit? Here’s what you need to know.

Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X: Australian Review

Nvidia has been kicking a lot of goals recently. It released the GTX 980, the world’s most powerful single-GPU graphics card in November last year, and did the same with its laptop chips. Now there’s a new king of desktop graphics, the Titan X — and this is one really really ridiculously powerful card.

Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X: Bloody Fast, Surprisingly Efficient

About three years ago we got our first look at Nvidia’s Kepler architecture that powered the GTX 680, a $US500 card packing 3.54 billion transistors and 192GB/s bandwidth. It was the end of the line for the GeForce 600 series, but it wasn’t the end for the Kepler architecture.

Nvidia's New Shield Console Is Nothing To Get Excited About

Last night at the 2015 Game Developers Conference, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said he was announcing three things — a revolutionary television, a game console and a supercomputer. He actually revealed an Android console, the third Nvidia device in two years to carry the Shield name. Yay?

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