March 3, 2017

This episode: Ryzen and the gaming numbers, Middle Earth is back

This episode: Ryzen and the gaming numbers, Middle Earth is back

Hint: Ryzen chips are good.

Today's Episode
The AMD Ryzen chips launched this week to some interesting benchmarks. The funny thing is the benchmarks are not bad for gaming, they are not better than Intel. Every benchmark I have read has the frame rates above 60 frames per second. It's weird seeing people flip out over nothing. They are not the best benchmarks, but, they are better than the previous CPUs.

The most exciting thing is Middle Earth is getting a sequel. Yes, more information was released on the sequel. Let's hope they do not mess it up! Find out more gaming news down below.

Show Timeline:
Bastion buff not so buff?
New Overwatch Character
Riot won its legal battle.
AMD Ryzen thoughts
Steel Division is an RTS we may all love!
Battlefield 1 voice actors to something weird
Battlefield 1 DLC news
System Shock new pictures
So the JC in JC Denton means Jesus Christ
Nintendo Switch Pro Controller can be used on the PC
A new mod makes Dark Souls a better PC port
G.Skill has a new memory line for Ryzen
Mirage: Arcane Warfare closed beta coming this month
Fortnite will be out this year
Microsoft Creators update gives more privacy
No more Indiana remake game
Middle-Earth Shadow of War coming and system requirements
Twitch will sell games
Sean Murray talks about No Man's Sky development
Some interesting things about RE7
Gaming Deals:
Middle-Earth: Shadow of War
Mass Effect Andromeda
7 Days to Die
Far Cry Primal
Far Cry 4
Far Cry 3
Far Cry 2
Far Cry
Highlights from the Show:
This overblown Ryzen is not good, is stupid.

I really hope they are allowed to still make the Indiana Jones remake

The 1080 ti is an absurd card. There is no reason to buy it.

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