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Hashtag Escape is the latest craze in South Africa

We had the amazing opportunity to test out, with fellow media, the latest craze to hit South Africa – Hashtag Escape. Run by Christopher Tsatsarolakis and Stratis Kouvdis, located at 39 Grant Avenue, Norwood, Johannesburg, Hashtag Escape offers South Africans a new and unique experience.

Essentially, you and a team of 3-6 friends are locked in a mysterious room… Once your team enters the room, you will have 1-hour to solve various riddles and puzzles in order to escape the room.

Granted, being locked in a room can be slightly daunting for some; however, the team at Hashtag Escape monitors the room constantly. This is done by Closed Circuit Television in order to make sure the players are safe at all times. In addition to the safety of the players, the team also uses the system to relay hints and tips… Just in case your team is struggling.

Overall, Hashtag Escape is well-worth checking out… It’s fun, interactive and a great friendship/team building experience. The two main rooms have been previewed in the videos below; however, the team is developing a third room, which – from what we have been told – is going to blow your mind!

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Unboxing the Overwatch Recruit Kit

Thanks to the folks over at Megarom Interactive and Blizzard Entertainment, we received the Overwatch Recruit Kit (Press Kit). Overwatch is expected to launch on May 24, 2016 on the PC, PlayStation, and Xbox One.

Since the beta, Overwatch has been on our radar, and from what we have experienced… it’s pretty dam awesome! So, without further delay… Let’s get straight to the unboxing of the Overwatch Recruit Kit.

Don’t forget to scroll down further for some gameplay from the multiplayer beta!

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Resident Evil 7 demo walkthrough and ending

The Resident Evil 7 Teaser is now available to PlayStation Plus members. The game is expected to land in 2017, and has been developed by the talented team at Capcom.

The demo is roughly around 20 minutes long, and feels more like the past P.T experience. When it comes to story, the demo follows a cameraman, host, and producer as they explore an abandoned house.

The demo is genuinely creepy, and well worth multiple playthroughs. Players have reported multiple ways to exit the house as well as found various different items. There is also a mysterious girl who keeps popping up; however, this is not something I came across… unless I missed it?

According to Capcom, the demo does not represent the final product, and Resident Evil 7 will be more like the classic Resident Evil experience.

“Puzzle solving, resource management, and combat” are all “coming down the line,” director Koushi Nakanishi told IGN. “They’re all in there, but we’re focusing on horror has come home as a kind of theme for the teaser demo. So if you thought the games were going away from horror in previous years, this is just a statement of intent, purpose, to say it’s back.”

Check out the gameplay below. Video contains strong language, and gore.

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