Sony have announced a new sleeker Playstation Vita.
Jaw dropping…not the driving skills, nor the breakneck speeds, but, the bloody amazingly ridiculously realistic visuals.
Those gamers worried about the possibility of Xbox One shortages come release have had their fears eased a little by Microsoft Game Studios’ vice president, Phil Spencer.
Those gamers keen to get to grips with Quantic Dream title, Beyond: Two Souls, better make a note of October 1 in their diaries.
Hardy PS3 gamers with a taste for the more vicious side of gaming will be headbanging in the streets today after it was announced that the Dark Souls II beta is open for registration.
Bank robbery’s fun right? I think so, at least it looked a right laugh in Point Break.
The much derided Microsoft Points system used for purchasing online content on Xbox 360 is to be scrapped.
It’s live action, it’s a bit dark, a tad weird and it’s got a the scariest looking clown since Pennywise grinned at us from beneath the grid in ‘It’, but it’s also a little bit cooler than you’re average trailer so cast your peepers over this! The game is set to land on our planet…
Honestly, I’ve never really been a fan of these unboxing videos, I see them as a cruel and twisted form of tormenting me.
In a move that is sure to please a whole army of gamers, Microsoft, has said they will continue to support the Xbox 360 for ‘years’ to come regardless of the sight of the Xbox One looming large on the horizon.
Remember Me, the memory jacking, wall leaping, combo unleashing, cyber punking, adventure title that we haven’t reviewed yet (it’s coming I tells ya!) has received a few extra chapters thanks to new eBook – Remember Me: The Pandora Archive.
A simple yes or no answer for today’s poll, although if you feel like elaborating within the comments box below, feel free. Basically have you ever bought a game solely on the basis that it had great graphics?
The opening lines in the next chapter of the Playstation and Xbox have been read. Microsoft read them like a dyslexic Brit holidaying in some far flung land trying to order a full English. Much confusion ensued, followed quickly by a mix of anger and disillusion, before the translator rushed in and hastily mended the…