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.
The first time we got a chance to chat with the Oculus Rift team, they mentioned how they were interested in making the device compatible with Android devices. It’s a pretty nice fit considering the open nature of the Android platform. Fast forward to now and the product is now official. According to VentureBeat, the more »
Nvidia talked to me about two of their latest projects — Shield, a handheld gaming console and Grid, cloud gaming hardware.
Sony wrapped up its Japan PlayStation event with the debut of PS Vita TV. PS Vita TV connects to a television and allows you to watch video content and play games offered through the Sony Entertainment Network. In other words, you no longer need to have a PS3 connected to your television to watch more »
Last week Nintendo made a bold move by announcing the next system in their hand-held line: the Nintendo 2DS. This, of course, caused a collective WTF to ripple throughout the gaming community and the internet as a whole. This slab-like monstrosity has been touted by the big N as a device geared towards a younger more »
Sony’s PlayStation 4 has no ownership destroying videogame DRM, Microsoft’s Xbox One has no ownership destroying videogame DRM and for the first time in several months there is a relative degree of tranquillity across the videogame industry. The torches have been doused, the pitchforks returned to the shed and the armies of disgruntled gamers have more »
Sony have release a set of handy grids which fully detail the specifications of the PlayStation 4 (PS4), the DualShock 4 Wireless Controller and the new PlayStation Camera. The lists of specifications also include the additional items that come with each product, their price in most major Western currencies and the exciting range of colours more »
Game console peripheral manufacturer Mad Catz has announced today that their new Android based M.O.J.O. home console will be made available to purchase this holiday season. According to an official Mad Catz press release, the M.O.J.O is “expected” to come with the Mad Catz C.T.R.L.R Wireless GamePad, another newly announced device that allows mobile games with touch more »