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XMA launches Viglen PCs into the UK gaming market

Viglen first opened its doors as a retailer way back in 1975. In the 1980s it sold and supported systems such as the BBC Acorn, but it steadily moved into PC manufacturing. In 1994, the company was acquired by Lord Alan Sugar and its focus slowly moved away from selling …

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EGX Rezzed game line up expands to 150 titles

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EGX Rezzed always showcases a lot of games and this year’s event will be no different. The list of big name games and indie titles has now reached 150 and that’s even before some of the truly experimental Leftfield Connection games are finalised. EGX Rezzed event is traditionally a smaller, more …

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EGX Rezzed April 2016 declared the biggest ever

Gamer Network’s EGX Rezzed has just completed its most successful event ever, at Tobacco Dock in the heart of London. KitGuru was on hand to sample the atmosphere, speak with the indie developers and to see which companies are investing the most into grass-roots gaming. Whatever you might think about Boris …

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EGX 2015 fixes up previous years’ queue issues

One of the biggest issues with attending a lot of the biggest game shows in the UK and elsewhere around the world, is that they involve a lot of queuing. We saw it at this year’s big Multiplay Insomnia series festival and we saw it was last year’s EGX in …

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EGX’s big games are queue-fests

If you’re heading to EGX, Eurogamer’s gaming expo, this weekend, with plans to check out some of the biggest game launches over the next few months, you’ll have plenty to choose from. Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor is there, as is Battlefield Hardline, Far Cry 4, Batman: Arkham Knight, Alien …

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