HP have refreshed their OMEN gaming sub-brand, rounding out the range with a new pair of opto-mechanical accessories plus a new Pavilion laptop.
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Nerial and Devolver Digital have released a free new update to Reigns: Her Majesty on the App Store, Google Play and Stream.
HP are refreshing their presence in the gaming laptop space with their newest Omen gaming laptops and peripherals. Here's a closer look at what's on the table.
City of Brass has announced its ‘Fortunes Rivals’ update, out now on PC and coming soon to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Daedalic Entertainment has announced that State of Mind will launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam for PC, Mac and Linux on 15th August, 2018.
The first season of the Gfinity Elite Series Australia came to a close this weekend, with Melbourne Order taking home trophies across the board.
Sydney's Burgers By Josh have partnered with Blizzard, adding two new items to their menu to celebrate the launch of World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.
Ubisoft has announced that the second post-launch DLC for Far Cry 5 - Far Cry 5: Lost on Mars - will launch on July 17.
CreativeForge's espionage tactics game Phantom Doctrine has gotten a new launch trailer ahead of a newly-announced release date.
Fuel Games has announced the pre-sale launch of their online game, Gods Unchained, which they’re branding as the world’s first blockchain-based eSport.
MSI and SteelSeries have announced that the newly launched Optix MPG series curved gaming monitors are now supported by SteelSeries Engine.
The Australian contingent of this year's Overwatch World Cup has been finalised, with the team being headlined by the LA Valiant's Scott “Custa” Kennedy.
World of Tanks: Mercenaries, the next evolution of World of Tanks for PlayStation 4 and Xbox, is now available, featuring new vehicles, hero Crews, maps and an explosive story campaign.
HyperX have made a play for console gaming audiences with the new, budget-friendly, Cloud Stinger Core headset.
Razer's gaming-focused smartphone, launched overseas last year, is finally coming to Australia.
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