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Resident Evil 8 Release Date Announced

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Resident Evil 8 has been given a release date, and it’s not that far off. The eighth entry in the main series will be released on May 7, less than a year after it was first announced.

Officially titled Resident Evil Village, with the ‘VIII’ being highlighted in the logo, the survival horror game will be released for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Last-gen versions will let you play the current-gen versions at no extra cost.

There’s a new trailer showing off more of the villains, who are a family of vampires that we are already terrified of. There’s also a mysterious man wearing a cowboy hat, sunglasses and a creepy smile. Chris Redfield and Ethan Winters definitely have their work cut out for them.

A gameplay showcase also had Capcom tease that ‘the merchant will return’ from Resident Evil 4, but we’re not sure if the character The Duke is supposed to be him. Definitely returning from Resident Evil 4 is the inventory management system, which items having different shapes and sizes, so you can’t carry everything with you at once.

A demo is available now, exclusively on PS5. You play as an unnamed maiden trying to to escape the dungeon. The game will also come with a free online multiplayer title called Resident Evil Re:Verse.

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2K Reveals Details of the Jordan Challenge Mode Coming to NBA 2K23

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2K today unveiled new details and features of the Jordan Challenge mode coming to NBA 2K23. The game mode features 15 playable moments from Michael Jordan’s career that let players relive his legacy from the early days as a college sensation, to his game-winning shot in the 1998 NBA Finals.

“The Jordan Challenge is an immersive experience, unlike anything NBA 2K fans, have seen, completely rebuilding the challenges from 2K11 and adding five new moments,” said Erick Boenisch, VP of NBA Development at Visual Concepts. “Our team took everything into consideration when constructing this game mode; the arenas, the players, the uniforms, the broadcast, and the play style of the era have been accounted for in an effort to give fans a truly authentic and unique playable Jordan experience.”

The Jordan Challenge introduces iconic NBA moments and in-game innovations, including:

  • Experience a breathtaking recreation of a bygone era, from the 1982 NCAA National Championship to the 1998 NBA Finals. Each challenge features a pre-game interview with a luminary who was a part of what made every game special;
  • A complete presentational package including an intricately designed video filter system that recreates the television experience of these games as they were originally broadcast during the 1980s and 1990s, showcasing the look, feel and sound that take players back to the original game;
  • Key gameplay changes to fit the era, such as a heavier focus on the post and mid-range game and reworking the transition game for the 1980s feel, including tighter transition lanes and more players cutting to the basket with a numbers advantage, as opposed to the spotting up for three you see in today’s NBA;
  • More physicality modelled on the floor and in the paint, along with new signature style upgrades for classic greats like Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, featuring all-new jump shot, layup and dunk packages;
  • Hand-checking and hard-hitting body-ups for a different feel to the one-on-one battles with accurately represented regulations that mirror the 1990s basketball era, like the Detroit Pistons “Bad Boys” with their famous “Jordan Rules” and more.

NBA 2K23 is currently scheduled for release on September 9 for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC platforms.

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Review: MSI Optix MPG321UR-QD eSports Gaming Monitor

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Gamers are very particular about the products they use for their setup. Apart from the gaming PC, the next most important thing is the display. Now, there are hundreds of capable gaming monitors available on the market. But if you are on the market for a 4K display that is both affordable and offers a high refresh rate, along with lots of bells and whistles, then you should definitely check out the MSI Optix MPG321UR-QD eSports Gaming Monitor.

The monitor comes packed with a QD-IPS panel, which means it comes with a Quantum Dot layer on top. The QD-IPS panel has been designed to enhance colour accuracy, offer a higher colour saturation, and provide a wider contrast ratio. All of this counts if you are on the market for a top-notch gaming monitor.

The MSI Optix MPG321UR-QD covers 99% of Adobe RGB colours, 97% DCI-P3 colour gamut and supports 82% of REC.2020 specs, thus offering a wholesome gaming experience. This is a 32-inch monitor that offers a UHD resolution of 3840-by-2160 pixels. It also offers a refresh rate of 144Hz, a response time of 1ms, 600 nits of HDR peak brightness, and an aspect ratio of 16:9.

The contrast ratio on this one is rated at 1000:1, and it offers 178° of both horizontal and vertical viewing angles, which is impressive. The surface of the monitor’s panel has been treated with an anti-glare coating for distraction-free gaming sessions.

In terms of I/O ports, you get a boatload. There’s one DisplayPort 1.4a, which supports UHD@144Hz. You also get two HDMI 2.1 ports and one USB Type-C port. In addition, there are six USB 2.0 Type-A ports, three USB 2.0 Type-B ports, one mic-in, one headphone-out, and one 3.5mm audio combo jack.

On the rear right-hand corner, you will also find a 5-way OSD navigation joystick, and just below it on the edges is where you will find the power button. The monitor is G-sync compatible and supports DisplayHDR 600 format. The monitor is tiltable at an angle ranging between -5° and 20°, swivel it between a range of -30° and 30°, and adjust its height from 0 to 100mm.

The monitor has also been optimised for use with the latest generation of consoles, including PS5 and Xbox. And since it is a gaming monitor, it also accompanies a bunch of SI gaming features including Smart Brightness, Smart Crosshair, Night Vision AI, and Sound Tune.

With the MSI Optix MPG321UR-QD, MSI’s team has taken both design and craftsmanship to a whole new level. It is a beautifully designed gaming monitor and the build quality is top-notch. The MSI metal badge on the rear of the monitor gives you an assurance that your gaming experience is going to improve by a multitude.

MSI has also added a KVM to this monitor, which will be particularly useful for game streamers out there that use platforms such as YouTube or Twitch to stream their gameplay. This feature also helps you easily switch between a gaming PC and a gaming console, if both devices were plugged into this monitor at the same time.

Gaming on the MSI Optix MPG321UR-QD eSports Gaming Monitor is a beautiful and fulfilling experience. Games such as Forza Horizon 5 looked brilliant thanks to its native HDR support. Even Elden Ring that uses Auto HDR looked really well.

The monitor also supports 1080p/4K 120Hz for the PS5, and 1080p/1440p/4K 120Hz with FreeSync for the compatible Xbox consoles. Thus gaming on the latest generation gaming consoles was a brilliant experience.

The MSI Optix MPG321UR-QD eSports Gaming Monitor is a very capable monitor. It offers a high pixel density, consistent colours, a wide Adobe RGB colour gamut support, supports DisplayHDR 600, offers VRR + MBR of up to 144Hz, ergonomic design, extensive connectivity options, and built-in KVM.

The MSI Optix MPG321UR-QD eSports Gaming Monitor is possibly one of the most feature-packed monitors out there in the market with a brilliant QD-IPS panel, and it thus walks away with the Gadget Voize Editors’ Choice award!

Price: AED 4200 approx.

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The monitor has also been optimised for use with the latest generation of consoles, including PS5 and Xbox. And since it is a gaming monitor, it also accompanies a bunch of SI gaming features including Smart Brightness, Smart Crosshair, Night Vision AI, and Sound Tune.

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Review: Lenovo Legion 5 Pro (2022)

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Lenovo makes some great gaming laptops under the Legion brand. The new Legion 5 Pro is the latest to come out of its assembly line and it packs in great spec, very good design and build quality, and commendable performance.

The Legion range of laptops is aimed at gamers, the overall design of the Legion 5 Pro is very subtle – Lenovo has used a dark greyish exterior, which Lenovo calls “Storm Grey” without any design cues that scream “Gaming Laptop” in any sort way. Thus, the Legion 5 Pro will also be perfectly suitable for resource-hungry work, more notably for content creation, video rendering and so on. Because it’s got that kind of power.

Under the hood, the Legion 5 Pro is powered by a 12th Gen Intel Core i7 -12700H processor running at a clock speed of 2.70-GHz. It also comes packed with a whopping 32GB of DDR5 RAM and 1TB of M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD storage. For graphics, you get a choice of up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 with 8GB of GDDR6 dedicated memory.

As soon as you open the lid of the laptop, you come face-to-face with a 16-inches QHD IPS display that offers a resolution of 2560-by-1600 pixels. You get an aspect ratio of 16:10, a brightness of 500 nits, a refresh rate of 165Hz, a 3ms response time, and support of 100% sRGB colours. The display is also VESA DisplayHDR-certified and it supports Dolby Vision and NVIDIA G-SYNC.

For audio, the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro is equipped with a pair of 2W speakers powered by Nahimic Audio. On the top of the display, you will also find a 720p camera with an e-shutter. The laptop weighs a hefty 2.54-kgs and the overall build quality is solid.

What good is a gaming laptop if it ain’t got a multitude of I/O ports? Well, the Legion 5 Pro has got you covered. On the left edge, you get two USB Type-C (USB 3.2 Gen 2, DisplayPort 1.4) ports along with the cooling vents.

On the right edge, you will find the USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 port, the camera’s E-Shutter button, and a 3.5mm audio combo jack.

On the rear, you get two USB Type-A 3.2 Gen 1 ports, one USB Type-C (USB 3.2 Gen 2, DisplayPort 1.4, power delivery) port, one HDMI 2.1 port, the RJ45 LAN port, and the power port.

The Legion 5 Pro also comes with a 4-Zone RGB backlight which had very good key travel. The touchpad was nice and responsive. The IPS panel on the Legion 5 Pro is crisp, the colours are stunning, and the size of the screen does offer that extra space you require especially when you are gaming or editing videos.

For testing the real-world performance we ran the Cinebench R23 benchmark on the Legion 5 Pro. In our single-core tests and multi-core tests, then Legion 5 Pro passed with flying colours, as seen below:

The Lenovo Legion 5 Pro is currently available at an asking price of AED 9399, which seems like a good price point if you compare the strong specs and performance it offers. It is well-designed, well-built, offers great performance and is an all-around laptop that can be used for both work and play.

Price: AED 9399

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro (2022)
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Summary

The Legion range of laptops is aimed at gamers, the overall design of the Legion 5 Pro is very subtle – Lenovo has used a dark greyish exterior, which Lenovo calls “Storm Grey” without any design cues that scream “Gaming Laptop” in any sort way.

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