You can't play an RPG without monsters, and you can't play a horror RPG without some really, really f$%&ing scary monsters. Here are some of our favourites.
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It took a while, but eventually manufacturers were able to give gamers monitors larger than 23" with the high refresh rates they've come to know and love. But the bar didn't stop there. People are looking towards a 4K future, and they're not prepared to sacrifice their buttery smooth 144hz for it.
Problem is that's too much for the current generation of monitors. But it looks like a 4K, 144hz future isn't too far off.
We've already seen a stack of cooling tech engineered into Acer's new Predator laptops this week at IFA in Berlin. But water-cooling? Holy crap. Besides previewing the world's first water-cooled laptop, Asus also unveiled heaps of new Republic of Gamers (ROG) gear -- laptops, an ultra-wide curved G-Sync monitor, graphic cards, headsets and more.
If you wanted NVIDIA's G-Sync smoothing tech in your monitor when it was announced, you had about nil and buckleys chance of getting what you were after. Now that Computex 2014 is in full-swing, however, we're finally getting some results with Asus bringing a compatible gaming monitor to the market.