Ubisoft Annecy, developers of the extreme sports game, Steep, welcome players to the Riders Republic.
Ubisoft’s snowboarding/skiing/wingsuit/jetpack game, Steep has been a bit of a go-to game of mine since its release back in 2016. Riders Republic is more of the same, but with a bigger and more varied area and a few more extreme sports thrown in for good measure. Continue reading Riders Republic PC review
In a world-first NZ game streamer, Dylan “Rudeism” Beck, has created the “Tractroller”, turning Kiwi ingenuity up to eleven. Christchurch-based Rudeism is famous for converting all manner of objects to use as controllers in popular videogames, including a baguette, a pomegranate and even a microwave. Continue reading Real-life NZ tractor converted into Farming Simulator 22 game controller
PNY is adding extra resources, value, commitment, and presence in the Australian market having signed a new distribution agreement with Leader Computers.
The deal sees Leader representing all PNY VGA, SSD, and DRAM products, the local RMA service, local marketing activities as well as pre and post-sales support across Australia. This new partnership could be a major boost for IT channel resellers, SMB, education and corporate resellers, e-tailers, national retailers, system integrators, and managed service providers. Continue reading PNY signs new Australian distribution partnership with Leader Computers
It’s back to World War II for Activision’s big first-person shooter series with Call of Duty: Vanguard.
After a game set in the modern-day and another set during the cold war, this year’s entry, from Activation’s Sledgehammer Games, returns to World War II. It is, after all, the scenario that the series originated with and the one likely to cause the least offense. After all, as everybody knows, the only good Nazi is a dead Nazi. Continue reading Call of Duty: Vanguard PC review
Marvel’s Guardian’s of the Galaxy is a single-player third-person action-adventure game that puts players in the shoes of Peter Quill AKA Star-Lord. The game is a reimagining that sits outside the continuity of both the Marvel Studios movies and the comic books it is based on. Similar to Rocksteady’s Batman Arkham games, Guardian’s of the Galaxy takes the characters’ established mythology and reinvents it for the game. Continue reading Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy PC review
D-Link continues to usher in digital home transformation with its slew of Wi-Fi 6 devices. The veteran networking company has just launched the DWA-X1850, the world’s first Wi-Fi 6 USB 3.2 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) adapter, and a new Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Router – the EXO AX AX3200 DIR-X3260. Continue reading D-Link D launches world’s first Wi-Fi 6 USB 3.0 Adapter and new Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Router
2K and Gearbox Software have announced the release of Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-Shot Adventure. Originally the fourth campaign DLC for Borderlands 2, players can now experience the fan-favourite 2013 quest as a standalone game.
Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-Shot Adventure features the ever-popular Tiny Tina in her inaugural story as she takes on the role of Bunker Master in a thrilling game of “Bunkers and Badasses.” Players can join her in a world born from her imagination, entering an epic quest of revenge and redemption, and diving into dynamic and fantastical settings filled with castles, dungeons, and magic forests. Continue reading Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands – Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-Shot Adventure now available
PNY are strengthening their presence in and commitment to the Australian and New Zealand market. The industry veterans have established a new and exclusive local distribution partnership with DSTech for their PNY and HP USB and memory card ranges. Continue reading PC component manufacturer PNY expands across the A/NZ region