The Thor Corps., a squad of Marvel heroes like Storm and Dazzler who all wielded different versions of Mjolnir, was one of the more novel ideas to come out of 2015's Secret Wars event. In this week's The Mighty Thor, one of the Mjolnirs that went missing post-Secret Wars has suddenly shown up — with a brand new owner.
At E3, I got to play multiple rounds of Call of Duty: WWII's multiplayer. While the core experience feels similar to previous games, a focus on presentation and a new story-based mode made things much more interesting than recent entries in the series.
Back when Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor first came out in 2014, people pretty much immediately started asking, "When will other games get Nemesis Systems?" Flash forward three years, and the most prominent game to do it is… Shadow of War, the sequel to Shadow of Mordor. But soon you'll be able to add XCOM 2 to that painfully short list as well.
Bethesda's Creation Club is a new program that will allow select development teams and modders to develop, polish and release Fallout 4 and Skyrim content alongside Todd Howard's magical toy factory. Modder CDante's "Creation Club" is a different kind of club entirely. A golf club.
Winter has come to Westeros in the form of a brand new trailer for Game of Thrones' penultimate season. It's jam-packed with footage that lines up with all the rumours we've been hearing about the show over the last year, so let's break it all down to see what secrets we can uncover.
So SEGA is bringing some of their classics back to mobiles every two weeks. It's a neat idea, and it begs the question. It's not technically complicated to get games like Golden Axe or Sonic going on your phones, given how far they've come, so what else from your childhood would you like to return?
GTA Online's free Gunrunning update, which dropped last week, lets players acquire a variety of military tools and weapons, including an underground military bunker. None of it is cheap, and once you have it, you might be left waiting around for too long in order to make any money or unlock more toys.
The Surface Pro 5 launched recently and, as expected, it's the best iteration of Microsoft's 2-in-1 devices yet. But it's not the only new tech from Microsoft. They also launched the Surface Laptop, a Pro-looking device aimed at the crowd who would traditionally buy a Macbook Air.
The Surface Laptop became available in Australia last week, and I paid out of pocket to grab one on launch day. I've been using it ever since; here's what that's been like.