Flogian Bros. was a Sega Dreamcast game developed by Visual Concepts (who currently works on 2K Games’ sports titles) and released in 2001. Sporting an “episode 1” after its title, the game seemed to part of something larger that never occurred, including twelve months of DLC for the first episode.… Read the rest
Day: March 18, 2017
You could be playing Mass Effect: Andromeda right now, you know. Maybe not the whole thing, but if you have EA Access (on Xbox One) or Origin Access (on PC), you could be playing through the first 10 hours of Andromeda.… Read the rest
After months of letting Android users pre-register to be notified when the game would be available to download, Nintendo has announced Super Mario Run’s Android release date: March 23.
As is the case on iOS, the game will be free for everyone to try and offer access to its first three levels.… Read the rest
Lúcio has long been the healer of choice for Overwatch players, even as Ana and Mercy have stepped in and out of favor in the competitive and casual scenes. However, while the best Lúcios could pull off some incredible feats, his effectiveness often relied on him simply standing there, healing or speed-boosting everyone.… Read the rest
It’s another beautiful Saturday here at Gathering Magic, and that means it’s time for another Gathering Magic Week in Review! Sit back, relax, and enjoy some of the fine content we produced for you this week!News and AnnouncementsTwo big pieces of news this week in the Magic world.… Read the rest
Splits, Invitationals, and more collide this weekend! Well, not really. They’re not taking place in the same venue or anything. But they are all happening this weekend and there’s a lot of them, so hunker down and watch something!
The Hearthstone Trinity Series finals will pit some of eSports’ top teams (like Team Liquid and Virtus Pro) against each other for a shot at the $75,000 for first place.… Read the rest
What is the future of gaming and workstations? I won’t keep you in suspense: It’s warm hands. So says the Kickstarter for the Envavo Heatbuff, anyway. It’s an infra-red hand heater that looks like it’s been carved off the back of the USS Enterprise and promises to “increase your performance and comfort during computer usage,” in particular when you’re playing games.