2014 was to be a big year for the gaming industry. Unfortunately the year was more of a stumble than a step forward as multiple big franchise titles' transition to the new consoles came with boat loads of errors and glitches
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It’s no question that the majority of esports is watched via YouTube, Twitch, Azubu, or in-client functionality (looking at you here Dota). However, the biggest events are played in arenas: Dreamhack Winter 2014 has just ended under a week ago, last year’s event attracted around 25,000 visitors for the whole festivities, and this year was probably even bigger. The International 2014 took place in ...[Read More]
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Many of us thought we were going to get a prettier version of the same game released a year ago, luckily we were wrong.
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Nvidia have finally created a mammoth graphics card that will revolutionise the hardware used within computers.
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