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Posted on Aug 16 2016 - 10:18pm by Robert
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The release of a new Xbox model is pretty big news at any time. The release of the exciting new Xbox One S is definitely an event that it is worth taking some time to look at. The most noticeable difference with older models is that this new console is sleek, white and smaller than ever before. The new Xbox look has already proved to be a hit, with many critics calling it more attractive and desirable than the older, chunkier models. The connectivity is pretty much as same as on the Xbox One, although the presentation is a lot neater...

Live streaming your gaming exploits has been possible for some time now, although the issues involved in setting this up have been enough to put a lot of people off the idea up until now. The good news for gamers who like the idea of sharing their glory and their failures is that there is now a gadget that can help you out. The Razer Cortex: Gamecaster makes it incredibly easy for you to get started on streaming the action to the likes of YouTube or Twitch. The company say that it makes it simple to get started. It doesn’t need the user...

An incredible discovery has revealed to the world that a console from the fabled Sony and Nintendo PlayStation console still exists. There have long been stories of a Nintendo PlayStation being worked on in the 1990s. Until now it wasn’t clear whether any of the models that had been made had survived. Now, a YouTube video has now come out showing what appears to be a prototype model of the tie up. Dan Deibold is the guy who showed this console to the internet. He said that his father had recovered it when clearing out an office a...

Posted on Jul 3 2015 - 4:32pm by Robert
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If you want to play a simple little game then all you need to start with is a single tweet. At least that is all you need when the message in the tweet contains the entire code for a game. It isn’t likely to be the most exciting game you ever play but what can you expect for 140 characters? You certainly shouldn’t be expecting PlayStation or Xbox level graphics and sounds. The game in question is called Tiny Twitch and it all started off as an interesting challenge to programmers around the world. Australian game developer...

One of the latest Kickstarter campaigns has proved to be massively successful, with Sony reaching its funding target in just a few hours. The campaign is for the Shenmue 3 game and the crowd funding target was set at $2 million (£1.3 million). The start of the campaign was counted down on the stage during a Sony presentation at the E3 event. The same event also saw news about the upcoming release of The Last Guardian revealed. The first generations of the Shenmue game were hugely popular and are highly rated by many games. Shenmue 2 was...

Posted on Jun 4 2015 - 12:56pm by Robert
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The latest new Lego product to get launched is called Lego Worlds, and it looks pretty exciting. Basically, it is a creative construction video game that is already being spoken about as a possible strong rival to the wildly popular Minecraft. The Danish company behind Lego have already brought out an initial version of the game on the Steam gaming platform, at a cost of £11.99. New features will be added according to public feedback and the final version is expected to be release next year. A New Type of Lego Experience TT Games are...

The classic Pac-Man arcade game remains one of the most iconic games ever made, some 35 years after first being released. Well, the good news for fans of the pill munching blob is that he is back in a brand new mobile game. It is called Pac-Man 256 and it looks like it could be pretty good. The name of the game comes from an infamous glitch in the original game that caused the screen to go all weird after players after getting to level 256. In this new version of the game that annoying glitch is re-created deliberately as a terrifying...

The Olympic Games is the sort of sporting event where you expect to see hurdles jumped, javelins thrown and weights lifted. You might even catch some synchronised swimming if you are lucky. However, can you imagine settling down to watch some Olympic competitors pick up their gaming controllers instead? This is exactly what would happen if the man behind the massively successful World of Warcraft game has his way. In a recent BBC interview Rob Pardo said that sport now has a broad definition that could cover video games now. Pardo was...

The release of the brand new Nintendo 3DS / 3DS XL in Asian markets made it seem certain that Brits and Americans would also be able to buy one this Christmas as well. However, the word from the Japanese gaming giant is that there will be no release of the new version of the gaming device in the UK or the US this year. It might seem obvious that the new Nintendo 3Ds should get released everywhere that people might want to buy it. Having said that, the firm confirms that sales of the original 3DS are still high enough in the UK and the...

The first of the big consoles to go on sale in China is the Xbox One, with Microsoft nipping in ahead of their rivals to enter this potentially massive gaming market. Shanghai was the scene of the first Chinese Xbox sales, with the price tag being 4,299 Yuan. This works out at around £430.It is expected that Sony and Nintendo will release their own consoles in China before too long. The gaming revolution has been possible because of the lifting of a ban on games consoles that had lasted for 14 years. The ban was originally put in place...