If you are a publisher and want your game reviewed, we will accept your game gladly. We only require that the game will work with Windows 7 x64 or higher. We may use your game for benchmarking. Presently we use Metro 2033 and Cryostasis: Sleep of Reason for benchmarking. We often seek new benchmarks of interest to gamers.
We revise reviews when we obtain new hardware. Dynamic content much is easier to maintain.
Our reviews are always single page, we use a wheel mouse and we believe almost all gamers have a wheel mouse. At present we are using only a limited amount of game art.
We hold multiple Windows IT MVP awards from Microsoft. We are thus far more competent to help identify problems, if any, in a release candidate. We also respect an embargo when needed. We had specifications for the HD 7970 but until they lifted the embargo we did not post any news on the server.
We also respect NDA which use extensively with may corporations. Corporations have a right to privacy too.
We are now far better equipped to review display adapters. Many of the games we have feature benchmarks which can be leveraged to create a more complete review. We continually acquire more games with an eye towards benchmarking.
If you provide us with video cards, we wish to retain them permanently so that they can be used for future game reviews and benchmark table updates.
MOTHERBOARDS, RAM & CPUs
We chronically need new motherboards, processors and RAM for the reviews. Periodically we experience hardware failures and require replacements. Motherboards do not last very long swapping video cards before the PCI Express slot is damaged.
We prefer to evaluate power supplies as long term assets which is different from the usual strip down review. Stress testing is fine but how well does the PSU perform over 5 years. We use a power usage meter which can measure down to the cent how much power is used.
We have several extreme video cards that use over 250W of power to see how well a given PSU can handle an extreme load.
We also use laptop machines extensively. Many laptop users play games after hours so we test games on our machines for game compatibility.