RAGE the PC Game by id Software
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At Benchmark reviews, we thought it might be interesting to offer a light hearted article on the new PC version FPS/RPG hybrid game RAGE, from id software, the creators of DOOM. I've played a lot of PC games since I started using computers. I'm not saying I'm a "gamer," because I'm not. But, I have a good feel for how games have matured since DOOM, which was my first PC game. I've been luke warm with the entire genre of FPSs, MMOGs, and RTSs for a long time, with few exceptions. RAGE is one of those exceptions. Aside from video driver troubles early on, RAGE has a lot to offer and seems like a game inside of a game, inside of a game. This isn't a review, but more of a personal musing on the game itself. So, take off your armor and come on in for some fun.

Battlefield 3 Beta: PC Hardware Tested
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Very recently, EA and Dice released an open beta for Battlefield 3. Preceeding this release was the announcement of minimum and recommended system requirements. Since the beta is now open to the public, Benchmark Reviews uses high-end PC hardware to take a closer look at what gamers should expect to be real-world computer system hardware requirements for their CPU and RAM components.


Duke Nukem Forever: The 3D Vision Experience
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After a 14 year gestation, Duke Nukem Forever has finally arrived. Those of us who played the original Duke Nukem games after weaning ourselves from Doom and Quake have finally had our patience rewarded, but adding a little frosting to the cake is the fact that Duke Nukem Forever was coded to take full advantage of NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology: it's a "3D Ready"-qualified game. Benchmark Reviews takes a look at this irreverent take on the FPS genre in 3D.


Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X 2 PC Video Game
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With their recent release of H.A.W.X. 2, Ubisoft provides a fresh face for the FPS, MMO and RTS dominated gaming climate. It comes to Benchmark Reviews eighteen months after the less-known H.A.W.X. game. Unlike many flight sims of the past, which were nearly impossible for anyone to play, HAWX 2 is a mix between a full-blown simulator and and arcade shooter that can be played by almost anyone. So grab your flying cap and join us as at 15000 meters as we take a plane or two (or three or twenty) for an inverted spin.

Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 Video Game

Best PC Video Games 2010 Holiday Guide
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Just in time for some holiday shopping, Benchmark Reviews' Best PC Video Games 2010 Holiday Guide! Whether you're looking to hook your gamer teen up or you want to kick your PC gaming collection up a notch, this article is going to open your eyes to some of the biggest named titles of 2010 and make you or your child the envy of the neighborhood. Titles like Call of Duty: Black Ops, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, Starcraft 2, Fallout New Vegas, and Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2, should definitely be on your list of games this year. If you're interested in some serious FPS, MMO, RTS, RPG, or Flight Simulation, read on.


Mafia-II Video Game Performance
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Mafia II is the single-player sequel to Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven, in which players assume the life of World War II veteran Vito Scaletta. Driven by a passion for fame and riches, players take on thugs in Empire Bay, working their way to the top in Mafia II. Built on 2K Czech's proprietary Illusion game engine, Benchmark Reviews tests Mafia II using ATI Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce video cards. PhysX and GeForce 3D-Vision technologies are revealed, which shape and build this game into an immersive experience. To help players get the most out of their time behind the trigger, game strategy is explained with tips and hints added.


Starcraft 2 Video Game Preview for PC
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Many RTS gamers across the world, including the staff at Benchmark Reviews, consider Blizzard's Starcraft as one of the best RTS titles ever created. After almost 10 years, Blizzard's Battle.Net servers are still hosting thousands of dedicated players who still battle against each other and enjoy every second, despite the poor graphics and low resolution. Blizzard keeps updating and improving their servers, which is a great and rare thing for such an aging game, but it won't be long before Starcraft 2 arrives for PC.

Starcraft 2 Video Game Preview for PC

Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts Video Game Preview
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Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts has been anticipated for some time now. Since THQ and Relic have just released the multiplayer public beta, it seemed only fitting that Benchmark Reviews offer a preview. While CoH:OF didn't make it into our Most Anticipated Video Games of Winter 2007 article because it is more of a supplemental add-on than it is a completely new game, it is still considered by many to be one of the best Real Time Strategy games of the recent past.

Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts Beta Preview
The Most Anticipated Video Games of Winter 2007
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The summer didn't exactly bring all of the DirectX 10 sizzle we hoped for, but this winter is looking like things will really begin to heat up for gamers. Benchmark Reviews walks though five of the most anticipated video games ending 2007. We have: World in Conflict, Medal Of Honor: Airborne, Unreal Tournament 3, Crysis, and Assassin's Creed. Feast your eyes on some of the most exciting games to hit the widescreen!

World in Conflict, Medal Of Honor: Airborne, Unreal Tournament 3, Crysis, and Assassin's Creed
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