Microsoft SA Tag

Posted by Yolanda Green - 15 Apr 2013

Just a hint, it wasn’t Gavin! But good on you for supporting local eSports boss, even though you did suffer a “beat-your-ass-to-the-ground” loss. As for the rest of the competitors, the lone wolves saw six no-shows and the in the clan wars CMR Flashback knocked out their brother team CMR Umkhonto.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 08 Mar 2013

We just got word of something pretty fantastic. Xbox SA has teamed up with BT Games for a pretty incredible competition. You could win a trip to this year’s Gamescom in Cologne, Germany – Europe’s largest video game event – just by pre-ordering Gears of War: Judgment.

Posted by Yolanda Green - 07 Dec 2012

This week in eSports we looked at Microsoft SA’s Halo 4 tournament semi’s, new features coming to StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm, the MLG kicking off, some crazy MainGaming LAN awesomeness, a pro LoL player getting the banhammer for life, an interview with Energy eSport’s own Bhond and what’s been happening with the SECS on Sundays. Also comment on this article for free cookies!

Posted by Yolanda Green - 04 Dec 2012

The last Xbox LIVE round of the Halo 4 tournament hosted by Microsoft SA took place this weekend. Four clans and nine lone wolves have made it through to the finals in 2013.

Posted by Yolanda Green - 27 Nov 2012

Microsoft SA’s Halo 4 tournament will see the last online event this weekend before the finals held in 2013 at a super secret location. Who made it through? Not Geoff and Darryn.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 11 May 2012

Fable spins off into a brand new offshoot with the release of Fable Heroes, a game that attempts to take the familiar characters and settings of the popular Lionhead trilogy, into an all new direction, swopping flesh and blood for felt and buttons.

But can the latest Fable game stand on its own two feet, or does it fall victim to its ambitions and struggle to create an identity for itself?

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 20 Apr 2012

When it comes to niche gaming, you don’t get any genre of gaming more dedicated to a single style of gameplay than the venerable shmups of years gone by. Sine Mora continues this veteran tradition with some bold design choices and new twists on familiar gameplay mechanics, but can this homage to the past kickstart the genre again, or is it a bitter reminder of happier times?