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This triple-monitor Razer gaming laptop is a thing that actually exists

There are certain things you can rely on from a gigantic tech show like CES — hilariously large TV’s, lavishly appointed electric cars that malfunction onstage, long segments of glitzy big brand press conferences trying to make washing machines seem cool. And then, every year, there’s The Homer. This year, Razer have gone above and beyond in The Homer category with the triple-screen monstrosity pictured above. Continue reading This triple-monitor Razer gaming laptop is a thing that actually exists

Here’s the new Mass Effect: Andromeda teaser direct from CES 2017

Bioware general manager Aaryn Flynn took the stage during Nvidia’s press conference during CES 2017 today to debut the latest look at the hotly anticipated sci-fi RPG, Mass Effect: Andromeda. You can check out the new trailer, running on Nvidia’s very latest GTX graphics hardware, after the jump. Continue reading Here’s the new Mass Effect: Andromeda teaser direct from CES 2017

Video Games Review: Dead Rising 4 (Xbox One, 2016) is dumb as hell and that’s exactly why we love it

For an industry that spends so much of its time focused on getting things done in time for the Christmas season, video games themselves do not seem to give much of a shit about Christmas as a setting. Dead Rising 4 is one of only a handful of games I can think of in recent years that have had anything to do with Yuletide cheer whatsoever. It begins the same way The Division did — a horrific plague unleashed during the Black Friday sales prior to the holiday. However, where The Division takes this scenario as seriously as a heart attack, Dead Rising 4 is determined to have a good time with it. Continue reading Video Games Review: Dead Rising 4 (Xbox One, 2016) is dumb as hell and that’s exactly why we love it

Video Games Review: Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection (Xbox One, 2016) is not the comprehensive retrospective Ezio deserves

As is well documented on this website by now, I am an avowed Assassin’s Creed fanboy. Where others have abandoned the series due to a lack of innovation after the revelatory experience of Black Flag or the unmitigated disaster that was Unity, I’ve stuck with it. I made it through Assassin’s Creed 3. I even played those side-scrolling Chronicles titles nobody gave a shit about. The three games included in Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection are, in my opinion, among the best the series has ever produced, but they are also the ones that everyone played which makes this anthology difficult to recommend, even for a die-hard like me. Continue reading Video Games Review: Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection (Xbox One, 2016) is not the comprehensive retrospective Ezio deserves

New Prey trailer looks like a cross between Dishonored and BioShock

Arkane Studio’s revival of Prey got a new trailer during The Game Awards last night, its first since its E3 2016 reveal, as well as a promise from the developer that the game would launch in Spring (that’s Autumn for us here in Aus) next year. Continue reading New Prey trailer looks like a cross between Dishonored and BioShock

Halo Wars 2 unveils its fearsome, undefeated villain Atriox in new trailer

RTS genre revival Halo Wars 2 unveiled its latest cinematic trailer during The Game Awards 2016. Focusing on the imposing new villain and dogged Covenant survivor Atriox, the trailer paints a picture of a fearsome, driven foe. Continue reading Halo Wars 2 unveils its fearsome, undefeated villain Atriox in new trailer

New Mass Effect Andromeda gameplay trailer demo’s the fight for a new home

The wait for footage from Bioware’s space-faring role-player Mass Effect Andromeda has been an excruciatingly long one, but it seems the gates are slowly beginning to open. The latest gameplay trailer debuted during The Game Awards last night and takes us on a guided tour of some the galaxy’s most hostile planets. Continue reading New Mass Effect Andromeda gameplay trailer demo’s the fight for a new home