Pk's Game of the Month: Planetary Annihilation

  It's March already, and here's the Game of the Month: Planetary Annihilation, a fast-paced...

Olympus TG-820 tough digital camera review

About three months ago I bought this shiny little digital camera which had just hit shelves by the...

Cyborg R.A.T 5 Gaming mouse review

 Cyborg R.A.T. 5 Gaming Mouse-Review  The Cyborg range of R.A.T mice look a little lik...

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Battlefield 3 retail copies will require players to install Origin to work, according to a Q&A session between fans and DICE community manager Daniel Martos on the BF3blog. Fans were asking whether Origin would be required to run the retail version of Battlefield 3. Martos tweeted "Yes those 'rumours' are true." Beyond retail, Battlefield 3 will be available to buy through all major digital stores except Steam, but it's not clear whether those versions will also require EA's new client to be installed.

Category: Battlefield news


We're going to i43, the biggest UK LAN ever! A bunch of our Community and friends will be in Hall 2, at the Multiplay, Insomia 43 computer gaming festival, this August bank holiday weekend.  Keep up with news and info:
- The nE Journey Map
- The nE servers at i43
- The nE blog (adult content!)

We're looking forward to meeting you in the flesh....

Category: Community news

nebabyblue4nervousENERGY has a new TF2 team for you all to support. Say hello to nervousENERGY Baby Blu.  It's been put together by our new community member saboz from the players he met and played with in the IDK/.:ne:.Newbie 6v6 mix steam group.  They're looking to enter etf2l season 10 in division 6, where I think they may do rather well, after all, Monkeh will be mentoring them to success! 



Category: Community news


Coinciding with both QuakeCon 2011 and the release of Brink’s first DLC, Steam has started a free weekend for Splash Damage’s parkour shooter. Spotted by Eurogamer, the offer has already started, and continues until Sunday evening,


Category: Brink News


Brink: Agents of Change DLC is now available to download for free on Steam for a fortnight. The new pack, which will cost $9.99 after the initial 14-day free period, adds shiny new bits to almost every section of Splash Damage’s shooter.


Category: Brink News
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