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Gaming Software Showdown: Logitech Gaming Vs. Razer Synapse

Logitech and Razer both have some pretty awesome gaming peripherals. Whether you’re playing games or getting real work done, they’re both great options. The software they use have some small, but important differences. Here’s how they stack up against each other.

Stan And PlayStation Join Forces

Mashing extra entertainment into Australia’s fastest selling gaming console, Stan will soon be available on the PlayStation 3 and 4. There is even a nice little bonus for new Stan users.

Sony New Zealand Discontinues Sale Of PlayStation 3

You had a good run, PlayStation 3, but the writing was on the wall when the PS4 came out. You’ve been superseded, demoted, set aside. Retired. And now your papers have been signed by Sony itself. Well, in New Zealand anyway, but I’m sure Australia — and the rest of the world — will follow.

The New 1TB PlayStation 4 Is Still Using Old Hardware

Sony recently revised the PS4 hardware, sneaking out a new model that was less power hungry, quieter and cooler — but it seems the new hardware hasn’t been used on PS4s that are now being sold with a 1TB hard drive.

AMD Gets Another Win As Intel Backs Its FreeSync Technology

After a noticeable dry spell, AMD is finally winning some important battles against NVIDIA. First punching above its weight in DirectX 12 and now Intel plans to side with it in the war on screen tearing, with the chip manufacturer giving AMD’s FreeSync tech the thumbs up.

The Best Gear for the Ultimate PC Gaming Experience

Gaming is more popular than ever these days, and if you want the most versatile gaming experience you’re better off playing on a PC. Not only do you get the option of incredible graphics, there are a whole bunch of different ways to actually play everything. If you’re looking for some gear to get you started on PC, or to improve your existing gaming experience, then look no further.

Our Favourite Games For Big Screen Phones

Gaming is a bit of a subjective thing. Some like 3D action games or first person shooters. Others just want to race. But no matter your game of choice, some are just better suited to larger screens. Here are some of our top picks.

Conquer Westeros In The Game Of Thrones Risk Board Game

Not to be confused with the actual Game of Thrones board game, Hasbro has gone and pumped out a Westeros-flavoured version of Risk. Risk already has about a billion different variations based on popular licenses, so I guess this isn’t entirely unexpected. In fact, I wouldn’t mind getting my hands on it.

Video Games Are Rapidly Becoming An Actual, Professional Sport

Briefly: Video games are rapidly becoming an actual, professional sport. How can you tell? The prizes and prestige are now big enough that gaming leagues will test players for performance enhancing drug use. Our friends at Kotaku are busy discussing some of the potential loopholes.

Australia Gets To Enjoy Part Of Google Play's Game Sale

Google Play’s “summer” sale, much like the Steam equivalent, is still applicable even if you live in the Southern Hemisphere. While you might not be able to cash in on all the deals going, there are a few you can pick up if you’re willing to hunt them down.

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