Nvidia offers visual comparison between PC and PS4 versions. Konami and Nvidia have released the first ever screenshots from the PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. Click here to read the full article
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Konami is prepping for the release of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes on PC this December, and in doing so they have let loose some more details on the game courtesy of Nvidia and the U.K., GeForce team.Click To Continue Reading
Nvidia and Konami have released screenshots comparing next month's PC release of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes with the PlayStation 4 version, and I'm glad I waited. Officially, this is what's new: 60 FPS frame rate Additional deferred...Show More Summary
The official PC system requirements for Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes were published early Wednesday on the game's Steam community page. Minimum Specifications: OS: Windows Vista 64-Bit or later Processor: Core i5 SandyBridge 4Core...Show More Summary
San Francisco was ground zero for HIV in the U.S. Now it wants to be the first city in the world with no new infections, no stigma—and no deaths.
Both the minimum and recommended system specs included.
Here's what you'll need to get the Fox Engine running on PC. Kojima Productions has confirmed a list of minimum and recommended specs for the PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.Click here to read the full article
Snake? Snake? SNAAAAAAAAKE? Oh, sorry about the yelling. Just wanted to know what you've got under the hood of your PC. Read more...
Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes' PC requirements have been revealed ahead of its 18th December launch on Steam. "There's a good chance your rig can pull off a variety of in-game settings with a different piece of hardware than what's listed below," the publisher noted on Steam. Show More Summary
Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, the prequel bit to Phantom Pain, is coming to Steam next month, December 18. Will you be able to play it? Appears I'd just be able to, according to the specs here, if my computer wasn't blue screening four times a day. Show More Summary
When 8 year old Reuben Paul was invited to the podium to speak at Ground Zero Summit in Delhi yesterday, he was provided with a chair, because he couldn’t reach the microphone on top of the lectern. No wonder, the delegates there named him the ‘Chair Person’ of the event. Show More Summary
Two weeks ago it was Iron Fly, this week it's a screenng of DamNation to raise awareness around the proposed Susitna dam followed the next night by the Seattle launch of Wild Steelheaders United. Both events are FREE, open to the public, and there will be great food and craft beer served. Show More Summary
...interview Todd Neiss. Todd is a well know Sasquatch researcher, who has had one of the most interesting experiences I've heard...two actually! A career military man, Todd brings a unique perspective to how he views, and approaches Sasquatch research. I am excited to bring you this interview!
Practically overnight, the once-quiet Chicago suburb of Forest Park has become ground zero for the nationwide War on Sagging Pants.
The Daily Planet may have been at ground zero in Man of Steel, but not even an alien invasion can keep a good newspaper down. Things were back up and running surprisingly fast by the end of the film, and Metropolis' most esteemed news source will return for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, along with a new logo. Show More Summary
Slender Man is not real, and Mammoth, Arizona is NOT ground zero to some grisly outbreak or zombie apocalypse. But many people were fooled into thinking the latter was the case, this week, after a fictional post on Reddit was taken as...Show More Summary
Climate Walkers in the Philippines/ Photo by Climate Walk Not content with sparking a global fasting movement Fast for the Climate at last year's Warsaw climate talks, the Philippines' Climate Commissioner, Naderev 'Yeb' Saño is now three weeks into a 1000km walk for climate action. Show More Summary
Throwing Shade #66: Gay Starbucks & A... 14:35 This week, Throwing Shade checks out a new app called The Hormone Horoscope, Starbucks has allegedly become ground zero for ebola and gay sex, and Erin takes a look at the anti-rape face meme. Show More Summary