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Witcher 3 still remains my game of the year so far for 2015. I gave the game a perfect score in my review with the justification that the game masterfully […]
It was really only a matter of time before a PC hardware manufacturer like MSI branched out into more peripherals. MSI has started their foray into peripherals by donning a […]
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*takes a bow* Naughty Dog is expecting its recently released Nathan Drake starring trilogy of games, The Uncharted Collection, to do really well. How well? Well, as equally well as […]
In case it was glaringly obvious by now, the coming weekend sees South Africa’s biggest, most popular gaming and technology expo taking place once again in The Dome, situated in […]
In case you missed it there is a growing dissent among voice actors regarding the way they are treated and remunerated for their services. Things seem to be coming to […]
Special unlockables such as Big Head mode, bonus damage or making enemies explode on contact with your fist are more or less relics of the past. They simply don’t get […]
Resident Evil 7 may not have officially been announced yet, but it’s certainly not the most surprising news that we could be hearing about the next title in the massive […]
Since the start of this generation, open-world games have been out in full attendance. We seem to be moving further away from the linear style of game design, with more […]
G2A, a third-party reseller of video game keys across numerous digital platforms, is not a company that’s been in the news for good things in recent times. There have long […]
It’s pretty well known that next year is the year where the world will get its first taste of commercial VR technology– and while Samsung has their GearVR out now […]
It seems like just yesterday that we wrote about Far Cry Primal, the latest entry into the Far Cry series. Why Primal? Because five is a prime number, silly. Or […]
If this is not an endorsement (or a money grab) from the tech industry about VR, then I’m not sure what is. One of the most anticipated VR hardware launches […]
Destiny — Activision’s huge money sink, which has accrued itself quite a substantial community over the its last year of its lifespan — is getting a new form of monetisation: microtransactions. […]
Tales from the Borderlands is the Telltale Games game that nobody knew Telltale Game would consider worthy of telling a tale. It’s Borderlands, after all. The series that started life […]
The Far Cry series has generally prided itself on contained experiences in vastly different settings. The Savannah of Far Cry 2 is quite different from the Rook Islands of Far […]
The Star Wars: Battlefront beta is only days away, set to kick off on October 8 for pretty much everyone who is interested. What better way to determine whether you […]
I recently became a VR convert after my brief, but fulfilling, experience with the technology courtesy of Oculus Rift at DBNGamers a few weeks ago. Now as we inch ever closer […]
Space has been on our minds a lot recently, from Martian water to superbloodmooneclipse photos everywhere. Both of these have given us spacey thoughts about the excitement of discovery, the […]