Final Fantasy XII’s Gabranth has joined the Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Roster


As of today, players can take on the role of Judge Master Gabranth from Final Fantasy XII in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT alongside a brand-new reveal trailer. Here’s what you need to know.

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Steam Summer Sale: 19 Indie Games to cool off with this summer


The Steam Summer Sale is here and that means one thing: Big Savings. To help you better prepare, we’ve decided to draw together a list featuring some of today’s hidden gems, but also some of today’s heaviest hitters in the indie category. Are you ready to cool off and have some fun that’s not in the sun?

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Stormdivers is an upcoming Third-Person Battle Royale title from Housemarque

stormdivers_sc_01.pngWith the success of Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, it’s hard not to wonder just how far developers can go to offer one of the most unique Battle Royale titles on the market. To join Vostok Games in making a unique approach, enter Veteran Finnish development studio Housemarque with their newly announced PC exclusive by the name of Stormdivers.

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If You’re a Console Gamer, You’re Missing Out On These 10 Great Games


Console gamers in this day and age have had a lucky hand dealt to them. They’ve gotten their hands on some pretty solid ports such as WarframeSmiteNeverwinterKilling Floor 2, and a select few others. The experiences of those games are actually quite awesome, but not to the extent of what their PC variants are, and will ever be. PC gamers are in luck, they get mods, they get updates right off the bat, and they don’t have to wait for files to be uploaded to game servers in order to enjoy their games. Also, they don’t have to pay subscription fees.

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B.A.T.G.R. Enters PC Gaming With a Custom Rig Named Scarlet


As most of you know, Blast Away has always been primarily a console gaming review site. We do reviews on PS3, PS4, X-box One and Nintendo Switch. We have enjoyed the life of console gaming, but after my first trip to Quakecon in 2014, I decided I had to one day build a gaming PC in order to expand our range of gaming and to be able to say I did it.

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