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Role-playing Mato Anomalies Officially Announced
Role-playing Mato Anomalies Officially Announced

Role-playing Mato Anomalies Officially Announced

We have good news for players who love to role play. Mato Anomalies, a turn-based role-playing game developed by Arrowitz, the creator of Strange Case Files, has been announced. Mato Anomalies will be released on Xbox One, Xbox Series, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC platforms in the first quarter of 2023. Mato Anomalies, which will be published by Prime Matter, will be released worldwide for $40. By adding the game to your wishlist on Steam, you can be informed about the development process. According to the developer team, Mato Anomalies will support a total of eight different languages, including English, Italian, French and Japanese. Mato Anomalies PC System Requirements Minimum OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 10 / 11 Processor: Intel / AMD quad-core 2.5 GHz RAM: 6 GB RAM Display: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 / AMD Radeon RX 460 Storage: 30 GB Recommended OS: Windows 10 / 11 Processor: Intel / AMD quad-core 3.0 GHz RAM: 8 GB RAM Display: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 / AMD Radeon RX 580 Storage: 30 GB
Asus and NVIDIA Introduced 500Hz e-Sports Monitor
Asus and NVIDIA Introduced 500Hz e-Sports Monitor

Asus and NVIDIA Introduced 500Hz e-Sports Monitor

Known for its innovative steps in the OEM world, ASUS broke new ground and announced the ROG SWIFT 500Hz model. Introducing a 360Hz monitor in the past years, ASUS announced a 500Hz monitor this time. The target audience of the monitor is professional esports players. The 24.1-inch FHD 1920x1080 resolution monitor uses Esports-TN (E-TN) technology and offers 60% faster response time than standard TN LCD displays, giving gamers the opportunity to enjoy the fastest LCD screen ever. No information was given about the price of the product and when it will be released. Minimum Ghosting
Reached the First 100 Commits Goal for Settiny
Reached the First 100 Commits Goal for Settiny

Reached the First 100 Commits Goal for Settiny

We've reached the first 100 commits goal for (your gaming platform) Settiny! We are working without slowing down in order to provide the best experience for you. In this context; as Settiny, we have made many changes since the first day we opened and we guarantee that I will continue to improve with your feedback. Remember. Your feedback is very important to us. You can send all your suggestions, ideas and criticisms by contacting us. As long as you give us strength, Settiny will continue to serve you.