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Asus tease ROG Claymore keyboard

owww new glowing keyboard

take my money Internet

The ROG Claymore has been in prototype form for at least the last millennia, but it now looks like Asus are getting ready to release their magnum opus mech switch keyboard.

Every gaming keyboard needs a buddy – check out our guide to the best gaming mouse to keep it company.

“The wait is almost over!” teases the post over on the ROG website with images of the final product finally coming to light. They’re hyping the Claymore up and, given it’s been floating around as a prototype on the peripheries of the peripheral world for around a year, they need to justify its lengthy time to market. As such Asus are promising a “completely new experience which no other keyboard offers.”

Ambitious. Maybe we’ll get a little finger-tip massage or maybe the keycaps will secrete caffeine to keep us going during long gaming sessions. Who knows?

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Gang Beasts - fun game

i was stuffing around on YouTube a couple of months ago and stumbled across Gang beasts
the link because i forgot how to embed the video -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arhSyz1VxOc
it looks quite fun i reckon it is worth the $20

About this game

Gang Beasts is a silly local multiplayer party game with surly gelatinous characters, brutal mêlée fight sequences, and absurdly hazardous environments

Watch in horror and amusement as gangs of floppy antagonists grab, push, pull, and shove their enemies from permanently suspended window-cleaning scaffolds, unattended ferris wheels, and commercial haulage trucks.

Gasp with shock and delight at the spectacle of stupidly pugnacious thugs punching, kicking, and throwing their foes into unspecified hazardous machinery, flaming incinerator pits, and the paths of moving trains.

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Paladinis

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Genre: 
First Person Shooter
Description: 

Enter a fantasy world of ancient technology in Paladins, a team-based shooter with strategy elements and deep character customization. Through a unique collectible card system, players can amplify and augment a character’s core set of abilities to play exactly how they want to play.

Fantastic Champions
Paladins is set in a vibrant fantasy world and features a diverse cast of Champions ranging from sharpshooting humans to mech-riding goblins, mystical elves, jetpack-clad dragons, and bomb golems. Each Champion brings a unique set of abilities to the battlefield and new Champions are regularly added to Paladins, keeping the game exciting.

Free-to-Play
Paladins is completely Free-to-Play. Anything that affects gameplay can be unlocked simply by playing, with cosmetic items available for purchase.

Card Mastery
Players collect unique cards for each Champion and build decks that empower their personal play styles. Gamers start with a basic deck of cards and unlock additional cards as they play, opening the door to creative new decks that radically change how Champions play. Players may further tweak their decks in-game with Burn Cards, making themselves stronger or counteracting opponents’ strategies.

Level Up
No matter how players choose to play Paladins, they will gain experience points as they play. As they level up their account, master each Champion, and complete daily quests/achievements players will receive Radiant Chests and Gold which can be used to unlock additional cards, costumes, and weapon skins. The more players play, the more unique their Champions will become.

Accessibility
Paladins is played from a first-person perspective. The controls are simple to grasp for newcomers and shooter veterans alike which makes for an easy pick-up-and-play experience, on either controller or keyboard and mouse.

So many think Paladins copied Overwatch. But it still is goooood!

There you go Robag :P

First Played: 
Wed, 05/10/2016 - 13:00
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Man @ Arms Epic Poppy LoL build

watch it do it do it now

this is a off the hook build from Baltimore Knife and Sword

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New Honorary Member - Atlantis

This bulletin is to inform you that Team IPX BoD have inducted Atlantis into The Team IPX Honorary Membership ranks.

He is required to go through Induction. Please assist our new honorary member in any way you can with this.

Forthwith the above mentioned player(s) are affiliated with Team IPX and are free to use any of the IPX trademarks, Symbols, Sayings or the – IPX “Jersey suffix” while gaming under the guidelines of rule 17.
Please make the new Honorary Member feel welcome.

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Is Rocket League still a thing around here

They just released a beta version for us Linux-using troglodytes (better late than never).

Do any IPX still play this one regularly? I’d be able to play one or two evenings each week from 6:30pm and onwards.

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Happy Birthday N0mad

One of the BoD and one of a kind

I hope you get lots of present n0mad

Eat some cake :p

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Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite Review

When you are building a gaming PC one of the last pieces of hardware you really think about is the keyboard and mouse.
Getting a decent keyboard and mouse at a good price is not that easy as both of these accessories can add another $200 on to the total cost of your build. We have seen inexpensive gaming combos in the past, Cooler Master actually sent us their Devastator II gaming combo not that long ago. Today they are releasing the MasterKeys Lite, which also gives you a gaming-grade keyboard and mouse in one package much like the Devastator II. Cooler Master is stepping things up with the Master Keys Lite which has a much better keyboard with zoned RGB backlighting, a more solid design, and Cooler Master mem-chanical switches. The mouse features an infrared Avago 3050 sensor, Omron switches, and two-zoned RGB lighting.
At $59.99 this combo seems to be the perfect thing for a gamer on a budget, let’s take a look.

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Space Hulk: Deathwing Trailer WWWWWAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRR

One for Oz :p

A new Gamescom trailer shows off Space Hulk: Deathwing, the upcoming first-person shooter. The clip has cinematics from the Warhammer 40K-inspired game, though no real gameplay. Here’s the description detailing the contributions of both “renowned” and “acclaimed” writers:

Powered by Unreal 4, Space Hulk: Deathwing is a first person shooter with tactical elements set in Games Workshop’s gritty Warhammer 40k Universe. In today’s Gamescom trailer, witness the Deathwing squad inspired by the Battle Hymn of Vengeance (written by renowned 40k author Gav Thorpe), hold a last stand against a swarm of insurmountable Genestealers.

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Happy Birthday Sanga!

to one of IPX’S loveliest little ladies

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