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More news from our super group of investors! aXiomatic are taking to eSports development with an investment in Super League Gaming.
Civilization VI follows the same addictive formula the series has for the past 15 years, albeit with a ton of enhancements and improvements. Is it any good though, or is it more of the same really? Let’s see what the critics think:
Just how much damage can Wolverine take before he dishes it back out? A lot, as Logan is almost unstoppable. Almost.
Here’s all the news we didn’t post today because we were too busy trying to figure out how to meow out warnings to our cats.
Want to be a Super Saiyan of the future in Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2? Our handy guide will show you the way.
World War I is hard material to tackle, but DICE have managed to do it respectably enough. Battlefield 1’s campaign is memorable, and it’s multiplayer, brutal. The latter doesn’t necessarily provide a whole new experience, but a coat of paint from The Great War certainly makes the series feel nice and fresh again.
Episode 3: New World Order of Batman The Telltale Series is very much Bruce Wayne’s World as the Batman takes a backseat.
Things are heating up for the 2017 Hearthstone Championship Tour. Some significant changes are coming to everyone’s favourite card game!
G.Skill update their gaming keyboard with a simplistc, yet functional no-software mechanical keyboard.
Respawn reaffirms Titanfal 2’s free maps and modes. No Season Passes here, folks.
Semblance is a locally made game that’s helping to shape the indie gaming world, and looking damn good while doing it.
The Raging Boll is no more, as legendary video game movie director Uwe Boll is done making movies.
Farming Simulator 17 is the best version to date, and if you’ve ever been curious about what the genre is all about, now’s the best time to experiment with something a little different. However, it’s not a title that will appeal to everyone. This is after all a game about watching digital grass grow.
The community have dived back into the Sombra rabbit hole, and they’ve uncovered a date of significance – November the 1st
Audiophiles rejoice! The Xbox One S (and the regular older Xbox One) is getting Dolby Atmos audio in a future update.