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HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology has announced the pre-order of its next generation gaming headset – HyperX Cloud Alpha.
Acer has confirmed that their Predator Helios 300 gaming notebook, announced earlier in the year, will be coming to Australian customers in October.
Gaming hardware and accessories brand Razer have confirmed that their new customizable mouse will be available worldwide from September.
Speakers at the GameOn III conference will answer questions about what makes or breaks a game at the congress and exhibition centre LITEXPO, Lithuania on September 16th and 17th.
Branded as the Alloy Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, the new keyboard features a and solid-steel frame, Cherry MX mechanical switches, lighting effects and 100 percent anti-ghosting/N-key rollover.
Global fast-food brand KFC is now utilising virtual reality to train new employees, via a new VR game for the Oculus Rift.
Developer, Osmotic Studios, and indie label, Surprise Attack Games have announced the release of Orwell: Ignorance is Strength.
The latest entry of the landmark Age of Empires franchise has been announced.
The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses 2017 is Coming to Sydney Opera House on the 29th October.
This symphonic celebration of the much loved Nintendo video game will play at the concert hall, Sydney Opera House on the 29th October
Gamers in Germany will be able to get their hands on Xbox One X for the first time and the Xbox booth when Gamescom officially opens at the Koelnmesse on Tuesday, August 22nd.
Spotify is now available on Xbox One, allowing millions of Xbox One gamers to choose the perfect music from Spotify to provide a fresh gaming experience every time.
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