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  1. Deadpool

    Surprise, Fortnite fans: Deadpool is joining the game's latest chapter

    The merc with a mouth will make his appearance in Fortnite’s Chapter 2 Season 2 as a character skin.
  2. Warhammer 40,000 figurines.

    Commentary: How a company making 'the best fantasy miniatures in the world' conquered the hearts of gamers, investors and more

    Ian Sturrock discusses how a bunch of wizards and goblins drove a 25-fold explosion in the company’s share price.
  3. Origin PC's Big O gaming PC with a built-in Xbox One S

    For gamers who can't decide: A PC with a built-in Xbox One or PS4

    Custom PC manufacturer Origin PC’s Big O, which was launched at this year’s CES 2020, is priced at S$3,370.
  4. Will Smith in Gemini Man movie

    From Apple’s Memojis to Will Smith's clone: How virtual reality will shape the 2020s

    The virtual and the real world are starting to move even closer together – will we be able to tell the difference?
  5. Oculus headgear

    Commentary: Life is humdrum. Virtual Reality life is little different

    The trend to create VR versions of existing games and videos will not work, in the same way that radio play would make terrible television, says ...
  6. Singapore gaming company BattleBrew Productions

    Nerf battles and banana costumes: Welcome to work at this Singapore gaming company

    BattleBrew Productions’ 34-year-old CEO Shawn Toh shares how they went from dreaming over Mala hotpot to creating the popular BattleSky Brigade ...
  7. Goods of Nintendo game character Mario are displayed at a new Nintendo store

    Mario Shopping Kart: Nintendo unveils Tokyo store to lure casual gamers

    Nintendo Co Ltd unveiled its first Japanese store on Tuesday in Tokyo's trendy Shibuya shopping district, in a step towards greater ...
  8. Team Singapore at the Razer SEA Games e-sports bootcamp

    Commentary: E-sports is the future of all sports

    While traditional sports are still more mainstream than e-sports, e-sports meet fans’ desires for interactivity, says University of Salford, ...