After announcing their latest online addition to the action-fantasy RPG series Dragon Dogma yesterday, developer Capcom has unleashed the first look at the game in action and it definitely looks like the Dragon's Dogma we know.
Razer's software lineup consists of audio, peripheral and streaming platforms, but its latest product shows a new direction: eSports matchmaking, which the company hopes will make it easier to create and cultivate competitive matches in various games.
Since its launch in 2011, the user-generated Steam Workshop has now paid out more than $57 million to those creating various in-game items for Team Fortress 2, Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. And now Valve is expanding the list of supported games, meaning even more money-making opportunities for Steam users.
While Nintendo has had some amazing games debut in the last year for their Wii U home console, the hardware continues to struggle with just 9.2 million units sold since its 2012 debut. That number however has not phased Nintendo's profits, with the company now expecting its first profitable full-year results since that fabled launch date.
After being absent in Australia for some time now with no real word on when we'd be receiving the fabled device, Microsoft has finally got some good news: Australian Xbox One owners will finally be able to purchase the TV Tuner come this March.
We went hands-on with close to three hours of content complete The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt recently, with a handful of CD Projekt RED members on-hand for both questions and to offer gameplay feedback to, which we took on board with gusto.