Zero Latency has landed in Singapore! For the unaware, Zero Latency is a free-roam multiplayer virtual reality gaming. It provides you with a hyper-immersive, state-of-the-art VR gaming experience.
Singapore is the 14th branch in the world after major cities in Japan, USA, Spain, and Australia.
It started out as a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of S$121,370 out of their initial goal of S$20,000 from 2,164 backers.
I did not back it on Kickstarter because, at that time, I am not really interested in card games.
StarCraft 2 – Legacy of the Void was officially launched on 10th November 2015. I have collected both Heart Of The Swarm and Wings Of Liberty Collector’s Edition and of course I can’t miss out on this last one.
The original Final Fantasy VII (FF VII) was released on 31st January 1997 for the PlayStation 1. It was released to Windows PC in 1998.
It was on a Windows PC that I first played FF VII and I got hooked. It is my favourite RPG game and I was hoping it will get a remake eventually (I am sure many FF VII fans as well).
The much anticipated Xbox One will finally be available in Singapore from Tuesday, 23rd September 2014 after it was launched more than 6 months ago on 22nd November 2014, 2013 in North America.
The Xbox One itself will retail for S$639 and Xbox One with Kinect will retail for S$739.
I bought the Diablo III: Collector’s Edition back in May 2012 and about 2 years later, it is time for the expansion!
Pre-ordered my copy of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls: Collector’s Edition from Amazon on the 1st February 2014, it was shipped on the 25th March 2014 (the official release date) and I got it on the 10th April 2014.
About 2½ years had passed since I gotten my StarCraft 2 – Wings Of Liberty – Collector’s Edition.
StarCraft 2 – Heart Of The Swarm was officially launched on the 12th March 2013. As I am a collector, I placed my order 5 months ago (on the 15th November 2012) for the StarCraft 2 – Heart Of The Swarm – Collector’s Edition from Amazon.com.
Alienware recently opened their second Alienware Arena in Singapore at Level 3 of Lucky Chinatown. This Alienware Arena is conceptualised by Alienware from the group up. The first Alienware Arena in Singapore is located at #B1-01/02/03 of Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station (NE6) and that was bought over from JCube Cybercafe and rebranded to be Alienware Arena.
Alienware Arena @ Lucky Chinatown houses about 140 Alienware’s X51 desktops with Dell ST2420L monitors, Alienware keyboards/mouses and Razer Goliathus (Control Edition) mouse pads. I wished they ditch the Alienware keyboards/mouses for Razer keyboards/mouses instead.