Origin Access offers gamers access to a growing collection of games, a 10% discount on Origin purchases as well as early access to new EA titles.
It’s that time of the week again, where we highlight the best deals and discounts available for both retail as well as digital.
Valve and the mighty Gaben have demonstrated an incredible foresight, introducing standards we can’t imagine not being in place in the gaming community.
Intel co-founder, Gordon Moore, made an observation about integrated circuitry in 1965, called Moore’s Law. At the age of 51, Moore’s Law has been laid to rest.
IO Interactive apologises to fans and eases worries over the forthcoming launch of the new Hitman game.
Getting VAC banned thanks to hidden but detectable code buried within CS:GO hacks is one thing; hiding malware within a Hearthstone hack is quite another.
Subjective gaming experiences are often weighed against the initial expectations we have for them, so sometimes a highly anticipated game sucks.
Intel wants overclocking to be offered as the unique property of the processors marketed as such; in other words, the more expensive Skylakes.
We head into the Dark Zone to find out if post-infection New York is where you want to be this year.
Oculus has announced the launch of a range of gaming PCs which are “Oculus Rift Ready”.
We love ourselves some Bloodborne, and there are few better at forging weaponry than the men and women at Man at Arms.
Ubisoft has denied reports that they’ve intentionally held back The Division for PC for the sake of making it fair for console gamers.
One of the most anticipated narrative experiences of 2016 just has to be Campo Santo’s Firewatch. Was it worth getting excited about?
Load up your M1 Garand, war is coming… again.
Uncapped ADSL accounts remain a popular way for South Africans to access the Internet, so here is a pricing comparison of prominent ISPs’ uncapped ADSL bundles.
Whether you’re a fan of PS Plus, an Xbox Live Gold member or a subscriber to Humble Bundle’s monthly bundle, February’s free games are here.
Refunds are common practice in the gaming industry, but refunds most often deal with a singular product. It becomes a little trickier when it’s a collector’s edition.
If you’re willing to cheat, then you need to accept the possible consequences. Take these CS:GO hackers, for example.
See what’s coming your way this week in the world of game releases.
Recent reports are warning users away from cheaply produced, improperly-certified USB Type-C cables.