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Let’s Play Aerna: Clash of Champions

Aerena: Clash of Champions is a turn-based, tactical title that calls to games likeXCOM,League of Legends andFinal Fantasy Tactics. This interesting game is currently in Early Access form upon Steam. We were given keys to its virtual kingdom in order to do a tiny test drive for your viewing pleasure. Aerena: Clash of Champions is currently selling for 7.99 upon Steam. It’s upon both the PC and Mac platforms. That 7.99 will actually gain you two copies, one for you and one for a friend. pretty sweet deal, right I find I’m falling in love with this game for quick bouts of play. You’ll see why in the video at the head of this post. Since you’re here, why not subscribe to TechnoBuffaloPlays upon YouTube We push out a ton of gaming content for your eyeballs. More Episodes of allow’s Play Gaming allow’s Play Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag – Yo Ho! Today’s episode of “allow’s Play” is every about the naval element of Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag. There’s a lot of high seas adventure in this game, and we’ve decided to briefly touch upon it.… Read More Gaming allow’s Play Dog Sled Saga It is what it sounds like, friends. A game about driving dogs through the snowy tundra in order to win cash, form bonds and gain fame. This still-in-development title sort of grabbed our attention and… Read More Gaming allow’s Play Gunpoint – Stealth Action Meets Puzzle Solving Hello again, friends. I’m here with another episode of “allow’s Play.” This time we’re focusing upon the recently releasedGunpoint. This is a PC title, though the developer has suggested that he might work upon Mac… Read More Gaming allow’s Play NES Remix – Classic Nintendo Games Go insane During this morning’s Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo announced a surprise launch for the Wii U. TheNES Remixwould go upon sale following the presentation. It did. It hit the eShop at 14.99, we snapped it up… Read More

WWE Network Announced, Brings 24/7 Streaming On iOS, Android, Xbox, PS And More

The World Wrestling Entertainment WWE has just announced WWE Network, a 24/7 streaming service. Wrestling fans with a passion for tardy nights will be particularly pleased about this announcement as it effectively allows subscribers to sit in front of the WWE’s superstars on a 24-hour basis for a relatively little monthly outlay. The subscription based service will be billed at 9.99 per month and will require a minimum six month commitment from those wanting to get in on the action in the United States. The revolutionary service will launch in the United States on Monday, February 24 and will include both live and on-demand based offerings, providing a good mix of content for fans. Subscribers will get access to all 12 annual live WWE events that are normally only accessible through pay-per-view, including the always exciting WrestleMania and Royal Rumble. Purchasing those individual events alone on an annual basis would cost in excess of 600, making the 9.99 a month seem like a no-brainer for those interested in some wrestling action. In addition to the live pay-per-view broadcasts, users will also be entitled to a host of original programming that will include documentaries, newly created reality shows and more than 1,500 hours of on-demand video from the WWE archives. WWE Network will also appeal to wrestling fans of yesteryear thanks to the frequent reruns of some of the most iconic wrestling matches in history, such as Hulk Hogan against Andre The Giant at the WrestleMania 3. Who wouldn’t want to relive the moment when the unbeatable champ power slammed the unbeatable giant Fans who opt to get in on the subscription action at launch will be offered a one week free trial to test out the service. The WWE is also keen to bring the network to as many users as possible in the United States by making the service available through desktop computers at as well as through the WWE mobile app for Android and iOS. Roku users will also be able to access the content, as will console gamers with immediate access from the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360. hold for Microsoft’s Xbox One and the latest influx of bright TV sets will be added later in the year according to the WWE press release. WWE Network will also be taken beyond the United States after a settling in period. The service and underlying content will be lengthy to included the United Kingdom, Canada, Singapore, New Zealand and Hong Kong by the beginning of next year. You can follow us on Twitter, add us to your circle on Google or like our Facebook page to save yourself updated on all the latest from Microsoft, Google, Apple and the web.