Guild Wars 2 expansion Heart of Thorns announced

Guild Wars 2 challenges a lot of the norm when it comes to MMORPGs. You buy the game and you play as much as you want, no subscriptions, no content hidden behind paywalls. There are a few things you can buy with money to keep your items looking amazing, but nothing that gives you an advantage in PVP or PVE, unless you count magical logging axes that never lose their edge. At Pax South ArenaNet ann...

Internet dead? Pass some time with Chrome’s endless runner

I have been having internet problems. AGAIN. So it was a moment of joy in a sea of withdrawal and anger that I tapped spacebar when the lonely dinosaur appeared in my Chrome window and I got to play an endless runner. You need to run through the desert and jump over cacti of various sizes and groupings. Make sure you don’t let your T-Rex land his rear into one, or run headlong into them, bec...

Check Dark Souls’ Lordran rebuilt in Minecraft

Did you play Dark Souls? The kingdom of Lodran is massive and beautiful. Minecraft user Davweed is building Lodran at 1:1 scale, which is a mind-boggling task. The kingdom is so large that the world can’t be built seamlessly, thanks to Lodran’s sheer verticality. Teleporters are used to get from one area to another, but that isn’t stopping Davweed from working on this insanely la...

Get Theme Hospital for free

Back in the late-90s, Bullfrog was a company loved by many gamers. One such gem was this business simulation game, which is really a humorous look at the terrible world that is the hospital. You will have to find cures for Elvis impersonators, and pop and re-inflate the heads of people with over-sized egos, all while trying to turn a profit and keep your staff happy (or stop them from getting too ...

8.8

Great

Aorus X7 Pro review

The 970M in SLI will make most PCs hide their 3DMark score in shame. But can you afford it?

9

Amazing

COUGAR 700M mouse review

Ever heard of COUGAR? Their mouse landed on my desk and it should be on your radar!

SA Gamer Awards 2014: Most over-hyped

The end of the year is upon us and it’s time to reflect on a year that brought as many remastered titles as there were sequels and original IP’s. 2014 was indeed as good as any other year and this week we’ll focus on the games that stood head-and-shoulders above the rest. The winning title for each category have been voted for and debated by the SA Gamer editorial team, but fear not, in early Janu...

SA Gamer Awards 2014: Best RPG

The end of the year is upon us and it’s time to reflect on a year that brought as many remastered titles as there were sequels and original IP’s. 2014 was indeed as good as any other year and this week we’ll focus on the games that stood head-and-shoulders above the rest. The winning title for each category have been voted for and debated by the SA Gamer editorial team, but fear not, in early Janu...

8.8

Great

Sandisk ExtremePro USB 3.0 128 GB flashdrive review

Does this drive deserve the Extreme Pro in its name?

6.7

Fair

Steelseries Siberia Raw Prism review

What happens when the Siberia chops features to drop price?

9

Amazing

AOC G2460PQU 144 Hz monitor review

This might not be G-Sync, but I could get used to this kind of heaven.

8.5

Great

Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition (PS4)

It all starts, like most good stories do, with chaos. The Chantry, Templars and the Seekers are baying for your blood. The Breach looms in the sky above you; a yawning rift into the Fade. Demons are spilling into the world, threatening to overtake Thedas. The maw of the Breach is widening, and it is killing you, thanks to an inexplicable link – a mark on your hand. Welcome back to the grim f...

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