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John ‘TotalBiscuit’ Bain has sadly passed away

It’s a sad day for the gaming industry at large as last night, John ‘TotalBiscuit’ Bain unfortunately passed away. TB had been battling with cancer for the last few years but continued to make videos, host tournaments and be a strong pro-consumer voice for gamers. Since the news broke, figures …

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EA has acquired its own cloud gaming service

Ever since the rise and fall of OnLive, there has been an increasing amount of interest in ‘cloud gaming’ amongst major publishers. Sony has PSNow, Nvidia has GeForceNow, Microsoft recently acquired its own cloud gaming service, and now it looks like EA is also jumping in and preparing itself for …

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ASUS confirms that AREZ is here to stay

There has been a lot of confusion today surrounding ASUS and the future for its AREZ line-up of graphics cards. Nvidia’s GeForce Partner Program has come to an end, so when a Twitter account claiming to be an official AREZ profile posted that the recently launched brand would be ‘coming …

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The Steam Link app has launched for Android

Last week, Valve announced the next step for the Steam Link, opting to release it as an app for iOS and Android. The app will allow you to stream your Steam library to more devices than ever before, ranging from smartphones and tablets, to Android TV boxes or the Apple …

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The Nitro Concepts S300 now comes in urban camo

Over the past two years, the gaming chair market has become highly competitive, with several newcomers entering the market, posing a serious challenge to bigger brands. One such newcomer has been Nitro Concepts. In 2016, we saw the company release its E200 and E220 gaming chairs and in 2017, the …

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Shenmue III has been pushed back to 2019

It looks like Shenmue III needs a bit more time in the oven, as publisher Deep Silver announced today that the game won’t be able to meet its 2018 release window. Originally, Shenmue III was due to come out before the end of 2017, but was pushed back around this …

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