Fnatic’s Dota 2 team has announced its new lineup as three players join remaining members Mushi and Ohaiyo. With the addition of these new players, Fnatic is no longer a fully Malaysian team, although the team has also announced plans to establish a gaming house in Malaysia for the team to live and train in.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is set to include an online multiplayer option, and one particular game mode may end up rubbing gamers the wrong way. The Forward Operating Base mode, which allows players to build strongholds against other players includes the option to pay real world money to expand their bases.
They may no longer be pre-installed since Windows 8, but in the early days of Windows, Microsoft had a crucial reason to include its version of Solitaire, Minesweeper, FreeCell and Hearts. These games which few play today actually served a very important role in helping users get acquainted with an object we are now universally familiar with: the mouse.
As it turns out, the GeForce GTX 950 graphics card was not the only new stuff that NVIDIA has announced yesterday. However, the second subject which is an upcoming function within GeForce Experience software called GameStream Co-Op is not available immediately but we have actually seen it in action during a recent media briefing with NVIDIA and it is a rather interesting feature.
Hearthstone’s latest expansion now has a release date. The expansion brings 132 new cards with a couple of new mechanics that interact with Hero Powers and comparing minion costs. Blizzard has already spoiled all the cards due to arrive on 24 August, and is offering a new card back to celebrate The Grand Tournament.
The Malaysian contingent may have not survived past the first round at The International Dota 2 Championship 2015, but that didn’t stop local fans of the game from tuning into to the rest of the matches. Astro counted almost 1.5 million viewers over the course of the tournament; and now the League of Legend community wants equal treatment.
When it comes to imitating products, one country almost always comes to mind: China. Recently, a Chinese company has unveiled its “own” video game console, the OUYE (not to be confused with OUYA, which has recently been acquired by Razer). One look at the machine and it’s glaringly obvious that the OUYE is a complete rip off of the Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One.