Sony have shown off their brand new console for the next-generation, the Playstation 4. Some have come out and said it looks exactly like the Xbox One, which in a way it kind of does. Sony announced a slew of new features, including new game titles and media features for the PS4, including Flixter coming […]
January 7, 2013 by Liam Wise
Nvidia, the graphics-cards and mobile-processor manufacturer announced today at CES 2013 Project Shield. Project Shield is a powerful Android based game controller that features the powerful brand new Tegra 4 processor. Project Shield isn’t just a game controller. It’s a full portable game console. It packs a 5-inch high-resolution display that folds down onto the controller to […]
November 28, 2012 by Liam Wise
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November 19, 2012 by Liam Wise
As of today, Monday 19th November, Apple have now approved over 1 million apps to it’s iOS App Store – according to Appsfire – a mobile app discovery platform. Appsfire says that 493,298 of these app submissions are for paid apps and 158,848 were gaming apps. Over 736,000 of these apps are now live and available to download for […]
August 14, 2012 by Liam Wise
Treyarch unveiled a large list of changes, tweaks and added features in the game’s online mode in a lengthy and detailed presentation yesterday. Changes include:
The idea of flinging cartoon birds at cartoon pigs probably wont appeal to hardcore gamers but casual players of the Xbox 360, PS3 and the Nintendo 3DS will have something to look forward to this holiday season.
When the Xbox 360 edition version of Minecraft gets it’s next title update, players will have the ability to buy the first skin pack for the game. They will be able to re dress their Steve’s in a whole host of different looks. The first pack will feature 40 skins and the first five were […]
June 4, 2012 by Liam Wise
Along with the Wii U Gamepad, Nintendo’s President Satoru Iwata also announced the Wii U Pro Controller at last night’s Pre-E3 Broadcast. The Pro Controller will be launched along with the Wii U to allow more advanced players to feel at home. The Pro Controller looks identical to the Xbox 360′s controller with dual analog sticks, a directional pad and […]
June 4, 2012 by Liam Wise
Last Night, Nintendo, in their Pre-E3 Broadcast, unveiled the final version of the Wii U’s controller, the Wii U Gamepad. The Gampad shown by Nintendo’s President Satoru Iwata is very similar to the one leaked a few weeks ago. According to Satoru Iwata the name ‘Gamepad’ comes from the name given by players to the NES controller.