It’s obviously no secret that I’m a fan of virtual reality. It stems from my ongoing love affair with anime like .Hack and Sword Art Online. I dream for the days when we can be fully immersed in video games. Hopefully that immersion doesn’t end badly like it did in .Hack or SAO, but that’s more »
Recently my fellow GamerTell writer, Michael, talked about how he probably won’t be able to play Pacific Rim: Jaeger Pilot. He blamed it on motion sickness, and claimed that his “head and gut” weren’t ready for the game. Well, not all of us suffer from motion sickness Michael. And those who do, can sometimes take more »
Debuted to the public back in March 2014, Project Morpheus is Sony’s take on virtual reality. While it seems Sony just jumped on the bandwagon behind the Oculus Rift, it has become recently apparent that the company is taking this very seriously. CEO Andrew House has said that Project Morpheus is not just an experiment more »
We all know that Valve’s Steam Machines, more commonly known as Steam Boxes, are coming later in 2014. However, some Steam Machine hardware developers, like Alienware, are already voicing doubts about whether or not they will be successful. Instead of questioning, Alienware should be confident in the Steam Machine. It can not only sell, but more »
Now that we can turn off HDCP on the PlayStation 4, many of us are going to be dusting off our external capture devices to record gameplay footage. One of the most popular capture devices for consoles is the . I’m happy to say the device works just fine on the PlayStation 4. There is more »
Feenix Autore Price: $163 System(s): PC Feenix is a fairly new company making stylish PC accessories. They value build quality and style as the driving force behind their products. The Autore, is a wonderfully understated keyboard of the mechanical persuasion. A well built slab of a keyboard that does away with anything frivolous, and unnecessary more »
Yesterday at GDC, Sony revealed its prototype virtual reality system that’s designed for the PlayStation 4. Sony is calling it Project Morpheus, and it’s a device that fits over your head just like Sony’s 3D head gear. This product is not ready for mass distribution, and there’s no telling when it will be. However, it’s more »
One of the only bad things about that glorious that’s coming out this year is that it doesn’t play N64 games. Fortunately, those of us who still have N64 games don’t have to tolerate standard quality visuals for long. A young man named Marshall H. has developed a N64 HDMI converter, so we don’t have more »
Back on November 1, 2013, Nintendo released a demo version of Wii Fit U on the eShop, giving anyone who wanted to put their old Wii Balance Board to use again an excuse to dust it off. Of course, the demo was only available for that month before it disappeared. It looks like it’s time more »
The new Xbox has the “One” moniker for a reason. It’s meant to be the “One” media box in your living room that controls most everything. You have to relinquish control to the Xbox One to fully take advantage of all it has to offer. It wants to be your gaming console, cable box, remote control receiver, Blu-ray player and digital media provider.
If you buy one of four specific Turtle Beach Xbox 360 headsets, you’ll be eligible to receive a free Xbox One audio adapter.
Part of the reason why the PlayStation 4 is $100 cheaper than Xbox One is the exclusion of the $60 PlayStation Camera. The PlayStation Camera isn’t as important to the functionality of the PS4 as Kinect is to the Xbox One, but it does have some uses. However, much like the PlayStation Eye, its success will depend on continuous developer support. As of today, there aren’t a lot of reasons to own the PlayStation Camera, but I’ve definitely seen some glimpses of its brilliant potential.