Today's Episode Middle Earth details were finally released. They did not disappoint, this game looks to expand on the last Middle Earth game. We shall see in August if the game can live up to its hype, or become the next No Man's Sky.
Middle Earth details were finally released. They did not disappoint, this game looks to expand on the last Middle Earth game. We shall see in August if the game can live up to its hype, or become the next No Man's Sky. Speaking of No Man's Sky, there as new update and it's huge! This helps to bring a more robust game. The launch of the game was not good, but, these updates are proving that this game can be great. Find out more down below.
Blizzard drops the ban hammer on some Overwatch players
Ana is the next Overwatch character to get a nerf
The Division getting more expansions and this time they're free!
No Man's Sky gets ground vehicles and more!
Mass Effect Andromeda has a lot of speaking line and multiplayer is free!
New Fallout 4 mod ads C4 and remote detonators
Creative Assembly acquires Crytek Black Sea
AMD update adds support of Ghost Recon Wildlands
Nvidia update makes DX12 better
Lawbreakers launching a closed beta this month
Outlast 2 launching in April
No more reviews for free games on Steam
Mordhau looks to take on For Honor
The plot thickens: John Carmack Sues Zenimax
Quake Champions is free-to-play
Twitch announces Twitch Desktop
Dawn of War 3 system requirements
It's getting dangerous in Elite: Dangerous
Talking about Middle-Earth: Shadow of War
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3
Killing Floor 2
Middle Earth: Shadow of War
GOG Spring Sale Finale
Steam Weekend Sale
Highlights from the Show:
This lawsuit between Oculus, ZeniMax and John is stupid.
Shadow of War looks to vastly improve from Shadow of Mordor
No Man's Sky looks to finally be the game we were hoping for
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