Nvidia’s Botched RTX 20 Series Launch: ‘You Can’t Benchmark Goals’

Linus Tech Tips’ Linus Sebastian seems uncharacteristically and genuinely frustrated during his recent review of Nvidia’s new RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 cards. He spends several minutes hyping up his substantial audience by explaining the hallmarks of the Turing architecture — features like ray tracing and DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) and illustrating how revolutionary they could be.

Sony Plans To Cease Production Of The PlayStation Vita In Japan Next Year

In a new interview, senior vice president Hiroyuki Oda at Sony Interactive Entertainment announced that the PlayStation Vita will end its production in Japan in 2019. Talking with Famitsu, Oda explains that not only is the PlayStation Vita ceasing production, but that Sony has no further plans to release a follow-on handheld. The PlayStation Vita was released back

‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ Will Be Released In Theaters This Coming January

The upcoming Dragon Ball Super movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly will finally be released in theaters this coming January. The premiere of the movie will be held on December 13 and be held at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, followed by the nationwide theatrical release on January 16. The premise of this new movie sees the return of Broly, a Legendary Super

The PlayStation Classic Is Missing One Huge Feature

It’s not analog controllers. It’s not working replica memory cards. It’s not even the lack of an included AC adapter just so you can run the damn thing straight out of the box. What the PlayStation Classic is missing is a huge opportunity, and despite my initial nostalgic excitement, I’m now a bit apprehensive. First

So Where’s The Game List For The PlayStation Classic?

The rumors were true: we’re getting a PlayStation Classic. To say that it’s inspired by Nintendo’s successful re-releases is an understatement: like the NES and SNES Classic it’s a miniaturized version of a nostalgic console pre-loaded with a bunch of popular games. It’s a little more expensive at $99, but that seems to be the convention as