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LG are set to showcase the worlds first bending gaming monitors

That’s right you heard me LG are planning to showcase convertible monitors at CES 2021 (Consumer Electronics Show) which this year will be hosted strictly online. LG have designed a new display that can curl around to the desired radius for any player to create the most immersive gameplay experience. LG isn’t the only company having a go with this new tech, Intel have also been reported to have some “squishy” screens. With a price tag of $87,000 on LG’s “rollable” TV the price could be quite high for a fancy new bendable monitor.

If you’d like to have peak at these new innovative bendable screens CES 2021 will start on Jan 11th and run until Jan the 14th the whole show will be hosted entirely online so there won’t be any photos from Las Vegas where it is typically held. There is a very long list of exhibitors for the event, as well as a bunch of different platforms to view the show from so if you’d like more information click here.

Kick 2021 off with Games Done Quick charity event

That’s right GDQ are hosting a speedrunning marathon charity event, they’ve been hosting marathons since 2010 and this year they will be raising money for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. This event is no small fry as Game Done Quick have raised over $25 million over it’s lifetime for many important causes. If you’d like to see new world records set live for games such as Sonic, Sonic 1, Sonic 3, Dishonored 2, Divinity: Original Sin II, Diablo 3, Final Fantasy VII, Mega-Man, Metorid, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening and so many more head over here for details.

Steam releases the top 150 games from 2020

According to the aggregate of the Steam platform which you can check out on Steam 250 (which is a Steam user review aggregation and evaluation site) you can grab a snippet of what people were loving on the platform up until December 31st. There are the top 150 rated games of 2020 as well as the top 10 which are in the image above. If you’d like to take a look at the full list of games from 2020 or any other year, you can check out the Steam 250 website here.