WWE 2K22 introduces its new MyFACTION mode

Collect Superstars and build your dream team



On March 11,  2022, 2K and Visual Concepts will release WWE 2K22 on both modern and next-gen consoles for all the WWE fans out there. Apart from offering the Deluxe Version early for purchase, the developers are also offering new features that effectively improve on the entire gaming experience. In their latest set of reveals, WWE 2K22 will now include a new and innovative feature called MyFACTION.

For the unaware members of the audiences, factions have been in a staple in WWE and in every wrestling promotion out there. Specific to the WWE, factions like the New World Order, D-Generation-X, Evolution, and The Shield come to mind. Within these factions, you have a bevvy of WWE Superstars that would go on to become multi-titled champions and be the face of the company. In MyFACTION, players get to recreate some of these legendary factions or build their own with the best of the best.

In essence, it’s more of a collect-a-thon with a mix of team chemistry building here and there. For the most part, it will be up to the players to decide on the team composition and additional boosts to give their factions the edge. Also, you have a wide range of WWE Superstars and Legends to choose from to mix and match. Who knows, maybe you can recreate The Bloodline with Roman Reigns, The Usos, and The Rock?

WWE 2K22 will be available on March 8, 2022 for Deluxe Edition owners and March 11, 2022 for Standard Edition owners.


Nreal Air: A Must-Have Gaming Accessory!

Portable 130″ screen right in front of your eyes



Michael Josh has reviewed many kinds of smart glasses over the years — some play music, some have cameras on them, some have dimmable shades.

The Nreal Air is his favorite of all of them.

They are not just the best smart glasses, but the best accessory for gamers, too!

And with the current support of Nreal’s Nebula for Mac,

gaming will also be on the next level once they release Nebula support for Windows.

Curious about these smart glasses?

Head over to our latest Nreal Air hands-on at the Game Developers Conference 2023 in San Francisco, CA!

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Crime Boss: Rockay City now available across Southeast Asia

Conquer the Rockay neighborhood



Crime Boss: Rockay City

505 Games has announced the availability of one of its biggest titles this year, Crime Boss: Rockay City on Epic Games, with console releases to follow.

With a star-studded roster of voice actors in Hollywood greats Michael Madsen, Chuck Norris, Danny Trejo, Kim Basinger, Danny Glover, Michael Rooker, Damion Poiter, and Vanilla Ice, the organized crime shooter features a turf war for its main storyline, taking players back to 90s crime movies.

The game is available throughout Southeast Asia for the following rates:

  • Indonesia – IDR 323,999
  • Philippines – PhP 1,077.99
  • Malaysia – MYR 93.99
  • Singapore – SG$ 49.99
  • Thailand – THB 819
  • Vietnam – đ 513,000

Purchases until April 4 also get a corresponding 15% discount.

Rule the criminal underworld

Madsen plays the protagonist Travis Baker, who will have to overcome ridiculous odds amidst an explosive turf war to become the king of the criminal underworld.

Using different play-throughs, gamers will have to evade Sheriff Norris, team up with in-game characters, and conquer challenges and missions such as heists to take over Rockay.

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E3 2023 is cancelled

Both in-person and digital



Throughout the past few months, E3 has suffered through devastating losses. Though the conference was still scheduled to push through later this year, the event’s biggest names — Nintendo, Sony, and Xbox — have pulled out of the event for their own exclusive launches. Now, the death knell is clear: E3 2023 is reportedly cancelled.

First dropped by IGN, the bombshell announcement supposedly comes from a leaked email sent by Entertainment Software Association. The email, which was verified by IGN, states that the event “simply did not garner the sustained interest necessary to execute it in a way that would showcase the size, strength, and impact of our industry.”

Back in February, Nintendo, Sony, and Xbox reportedly pulled out of the event. All three companies were still slated to hold separate events in some form during the conference. However, more recently, Ubisoft also pulled out, holding an in-person event in the Los Angeles area.

Now, it’s clear. A few minutes after IGN dropped the news, E3’s official Twitter account confirmed the news and announced the cancellation of the 2023 conference. Both in-person and digital conferences will no longer push through.

For the past few years, the annual E3 conference seesawed between outright cancellation and exclusively digital programs because of the pandemic. This year was supposed to be the glorious return of the conference to an in-person event. However, with the new digital zeitgeist and an increased interest in smaller events, the writing on the wall is clear: E3 is gone, at least for the time being.

SEE ALSO: Ubisoft pulls out of E3 2023

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