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Wargaming.net delivers new (real) tank
Wargaming.net, famous for it’s free-to-play World of Tanks game has just delivered a real tank to the Australian Armour & Artillery Museum in Cairns.
Is Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition worth a look?
It’s time, once again to run, jump and hide from the zombie horde in Techland’s Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition.
D-Link gets serious with security
Netguide’s Darren Price takes a look at a couple of indoor and outdoor networked cameras from D-Link's Vigilance range.
Unravel: a yarn with a difference
Netguide's Darren Price take a look at Unravel, the new platform game from EA Games and Coldwood Interactive.
Virtual tramping in Firewatch
Narrative adventure, Firewatch, provides a relatively passive gaming experience with a profound story.
PC gamers strike back with XCOM 2
The PC exclusive follow-up to 2012's XCOM: Enemy Unknown is out now. Netguide's Darren Price takes a look.
Rise of the Tomb Raider comes to PC
PC owners finally get to play what can only be described as the definitive version of Lara Croft’s latest adventure, Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Project CARS gets more Kiwi content
Project CARS, a game that is possibly the best all-round road racing game available at the moment, gets another iconic Kiwi upgrade.
Tyson enters the octagon in EA Sports UFC 2
One of the most iconic athletes of all time is coming to EA Sports UFC 2.
World of Tanks now available free on PlayStation 4
The hit online tank battle game, World of Tanks has finally made its debut on PlayStation 4.
PlayStation 4 gets Beyond: Two Souls remaster
The remastering trend continues with Quantic Dreams 2013 PlayStation 3 exclusive adventure game, Beyond: Two Souls, getting a new-gen makeover.
Digital mayhem: Just Cause 3 review
Prepare yourself for some nose-bleed inducing mayhem as gaming’s homage to over-the-top action movies gets its third entry.
Hands-on review: Crucial BX200 2.5-inch SSD 480GB
NetGuide’s Darren Price takes a look at Crucial’s 480GB BX200 2.5-inch SDD.
The Force is strong in this one: Star Wars Battlefront review
In advance of the most long-awaited movie of the year, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, comes the year’s most anticipated game, Star Wars Battlefront.
Running rubber with Need for Speed
Is this a new beginning for EA Games' veteran racing franchise?
Kiwis invited to sign up for the 2016 Hearthstone Championship Tour
Blizzard Entertainment have announced the 2016 Hearthstone World Championship, the largest Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft tournament in the world.
Sandbox mayhem: Just Cause 3 preview
In the week before PAX Australia Netguide’s Darren Price was invited to an exclusive look at Just Cause 3 at Square Enix’s Sydney office.
Star Wars Battlefront: play it for free right now!
Netguide checks out a preview of EA Games' upcoming Star Wars Battlefront and reveals how you can play it for free right now!
Wandering the wasteland of Fallout 4
Bethesda’s summer tent-pole game has arrived giving gamers the chance to leave vault 111 and wander through the post-apocalyptic world of Fallout 4.
Hands-on review: Lexar JumpDrive M20i and JumpDrive M20c
Netguide’s tech guru, Darren Price, puts Lexar’s next-generation of flash drives, the JumpDrive M20i and the JumpDrive M20c, through their paces.
Shooting some hoops with NBA Live 16
Darren Price takes a look the latest entry in EA Sports' veteran basketball series, NBA Live 16.
PAX Australia 2015: the greatest gaming show in Australasia?
Darren Price reports back from last week's PAX Australia 2015 in Melbourne.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt- Hearts of Stone expansion pack released
CD PROJEKT RED has released Hearts of Stone, the first premium expansion pack for their celebrated fantasy game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
Last chance for tickets to PAX Australia 2015
From 30 October to 1 November Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre will be hosting PAX Australia 2015.