Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 31 Oct 2014

I truly, freakin’ love gaming laptops. Yes, they are massively expensive. Yes, they will be outclassed by PC hardware within a year. And yes, you can build something more powerful for half the price. But gaming laptops are essentially the supercars of PC gaming hardware, wholly unnecessary but unbelievably cool to gawk at. And the latest offering from MSI has my mouth watering. Because the Titan most certainly looks like it can talk the talk and click the clack.

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Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 31 Oct 2014

Today is Halloween, a holiday we don’t really celebrate here at the Southern tip of Africa, but we try have fun with anyway. Here then is your obligatory Halloween-themed FFD.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 31 Oct 2014

All Hallows' Eve, or Halloween, is all about that time when those spirits from beyond return to haunt us. Remember the ghost of your paycheck, or how about the spirit of your backlog? Well prepare to light some candles, the Steam Halloween Sale has begun and it's after your money, and your soul.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 31 Oct 2014

If you’ve been griping about the current lack of bigger budget games on PlayStation Plus for a while now, I can’t say that I blame you. While the monthly indie games are treasures that do deserve more eyes and hands on them, as a consumer you’re wanting something that really justifies your purchase of a membership. DriveClub was supposed to be that game that would help sell itself and PS Plus. But it’s been delayed until further notice.

Posted by Alessandro Barbosa - 31 Oct 2014

Far Cry 3's multiplayer was a complete throw away. It was just there, like a slapped on component with no real unique ideas or adaption of the single-player material. Far Cry 4, on the other hand, is looking very different. That's mostly because of the mystical mountain ninjas, though.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 31 Oct 2014

Even worse than the stuff PlayStation Plus owners get as part of their subscriptions – depending on personal tastes, of course.  Where PlayStation 4 owners are getting some big name indies in The Binding of Isaac and Steamworld: Dig, Xbox One owners instead get something they’ve likely never heard of before.