You might have heard of it but if you somehow missed the news or choose to ignore it, the PIKOM PC Fair has returned once again and is happening throughout this weekend at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC). NVIDIA is one of the exhibitors at the event, in support of PIKOM Game Master MOL Dota 2 Championship which is also taking place there.
Hence, it’s no surprise that NVIDIA is offering freebies for PC Fair visitors that are planning to purchase an NVIDIA GeForce-based laptops over there but it is not just any random prizes though. In fact, the company is giving away the new Nexus 9 tablet by HTC which is yet to be released in Malaysia.
Microsoft is currently rumoured to be preparing to mass produce a VR headset to be revealed at E3 2015, with the final product going on sale in the second half of the year. This would put it in direct competition with the Facebook owned Oculus Rift and the Sony Project Morpheus.
Dota 2 players from team Arrow Gaming that were involved in a match-fixing scandal, have reformed under the team name “We Are Sorry”. The team has been allowed to play in the upcoming Vietnam Champion League Season 2 as the organiser of the tournament believes that the players have turned over a new leaf.
Blizzard’s award winning Hearthstone card game is now available on all Android tablets after a soft launch in selected regions. Players will need to have a device of 6-inches or more to play the game properly, but there are also plans to bring the game to smartphones at some point in the future.
Asus Republic of Gamers (ROG) has just announced the availability of the Poseidon GTX 980 in Malaysia. In order to provide an efficient cooling system, Asus has implemented its very own DirectCU H2O technology in this graphics card, which also gives users the flexibility to choose between air and water cooling.
Under paying for video games has been doing the world a lot of good, at least if Humble Bundle has anything to say about it. The pay-what-you-want bundle site has raised some US$50 million over the four years it has been operating; and this is only what has been given to charity.
The fourth patch for Ubisoft’s latest entry in the Assasin’s Creed series, Assassin’s Creed Unity, is now available for download on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Ubisoft says the patch is mainly aimed at fixing performance issues that have plagued the game since it’s launch about a month ago.
Capcom has just unveiled very exciting news for fans of the Devil May Cry franchise. Not only have the company announced DmC: Definitive Edition for next-gen consoles, they have also teased what could potentially be a complete refresh of the 2008 game Devil May Cry 4 with a special edition treatment.
Hatred, an action game about a psychotic killer that murders people for the sake of it, has been removed from Steam Greenlight. The game features a top down view that is accented with a noir colour scheme, the game changes perspectives to a 3rd person view when the player attempts to execute civilians in gruesome fashion.