Come one, come all to see an Xbox One launch game running at 1440p! It's pretty, isn't it?
We fed Metro 2033 Redux to that benevolent giant we call the Large Pixel Collider and ran it on max settings at 1440p.
Pixel Boost While space sim diehards are fighting over which modern sim is the one true king, Pixel Boost turns its eyes back to one of the greats of the past: Tachyon: The Fringe.
We threw both the original Metro 2033 and the Redux version to the LPC to look at 4A's remastered environments, lighting and character models.
We took a break from playing today's most graphically demanding games on the LPC to run one of our favorites: Deus Ex.
Pixel Boost It's one of the best RPGs ever made. It's one of the best games ever made, period. Since 2000, Deus Ex has been the benchmark for open-ended game design.
After building the Large Pixel Collider, we wondered: what if we could build an equally ridiculous but smaller PC suited for playing games on a couch?
Pixel Boost First, there were pirates, the sea dogs of the the 17th century Caribbean. Then there were Pirates!, who were very similar, except they lived inside computers.
Yes, you can play games at 3840x2160 pixels right now. Yes, 4K monitors are becoming more affordable. But are they worth it?
Last week, modder TheWorse released the final version of his now infamous Watch Dogs graphical mod, and we decided to put it to the test.
Pixel Boost If you've played NOLF or its sequel, you know why they're some of the best shooters of all time: smart AI, inventive weaponry, and an endlessly witty script.
NeoTokyo, the Half-Life 2-mod-turned-full-game, may be running on the old horse that is the Source engine, but it still sports some lovely cyberpunk skylines.
Pixel Boost Halo: Custom Edition still has a small but active playerbase thanks to a Bungie patch (11 years after release!) that replaced Gamespy with new master servers.
Watch Dogs launched with some performance issues on PC that cause serious stuttering and lag on some systems.
We've picked a keyboard that can handle the gaming demands of our supercomputing overlord, the Large Pixel Collider.