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One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is doing 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats…

One Punch Man, in case you’ve been neglecting your anime viewing of late, is a series about a hero. A hero who never needs more than a single punch to defeat his foes. Which sounds absolutely awesome, until you realise that that’s… a pretty boring life to lead. We’ve already seen the oddball series take manga and anime forms, and now it’s about time for a video game t...[Read More]

Lock up your muggles, because ‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’ launches this week

We have started to become restless waiting for this wonderfully wizardy instalment from AR game creators, Niantic called Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.

Get in a quick game of Mario Royale (while you still can)

Everyone's getting a battle royale these days. Like a Mountain Dew-crazed Oprah handing out gaming goodies, just about every video game is getting a battle royale variant. The latest? Fallout 76, for some reason. Oh, and this fan-made conversion of the original Super Mario Bros., known simply as Mario Royale. Which you should go out and play right a-bloody-way.

Google has released a free, drag-and-drop Game Builder

Google's in-house incubator, Area 120, has released a Minecraft-style game that helps normal people build their own games called Game Builder.

Completing the set: Konami announces the TurboGrafx-16 Mini throwback console

Video game publisher Konami has some new hardware on the way and for a change it has nothing to do with a Pachinko machine (long story). In keeping with Sony, Nintendo, and Sega launching throwback mini-consoles of their own, Konami is bringing back the TurboGrafx-16 with the TurboGrafx-16 Mini, a smaller version of the 1980s console released by the gaming company. 

The best games of E3 2019 – Stuff’s massive roundup

It’s that time of the year again -- the Electronic Entertainment Expo is on and we’ve seen some stellar game trailers so far.

Here’s our roundup of Bethesda’s blood-, gore- and fun-filled E3 event

The Bethesda E3 2019 event has produced some of the most exciting announcements at the conference thus far -- here's our roundup.

The upcoming Marvel’s Avengers game from Square Enix would make Thanos quiver

One of the most anticipated games at this year’s E3 conference was the secret ‘Project Avengers’ developed by Square Enix.

Xbox Project Scarlett revealed: 8K graphics, 120 fps and coming in 2020

Xbox’s Project Scarlett has been in the pipeline for what feels like forever -- thanks to E3 2019, we now have some concrete specs. And they look oddly familiar.

Cyberpunk 2077 gets an April 2020 release date and… Keanu Reeves

At Microsoft’s E3 Xbox briefing, we were totally shook when a likeness of Keanu Reeves appeared at the end of the new trailer for Cyberpunk 2077. Oh, and we know the launch date now.

Light Start – The very small slice of E3 edition

There will be far, far more this week but for Light Start, we've picked a very small crop of what was seen at E3 this year.

Google Stadia launches in 14 countries this year (and South Africa isn’t one of them)

So you're wondering whether Google's Stadia game streaming service is going to be launching here in South Africa. According to our remote reporter, Captain Obvious, South Africa's going to be left off the initial rollout. Google Stadia, according to the search company, will be launching in November this year in fourteen countries. South Africa, unsurprisingly, will not be one of them. 

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