Deus Ex: The Fall is the latest entry in the Deus Ex franchise that released on the App Store this week. It looks pretty much like any other Deus Ex game, just on iOS. But publisher Square Enix has decided …Read More »
It’s been more than a decade since Microsoft introduced the original Xbox, and since then we’ve grown increasingly used to its name. Just ask anybody who plays video games if they think the Xbox name is weird and they’ll probably …Read More »
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Roomba and vacuum the floors of people’s rooms? No? Well, with Robot Vacuum Simulator 2013, you can find out anyway! The game is surprisingly not the first of …Read More »
‘The Road to PS4′ is an amazing and insightful look at the development of Sony’s new console [Video]
When Sony announced the PlayStation 4 back in February, it was clear that they were taking a very different approach for the console this time around. The excessive hubris that seemed to pervade the launch of the PS3 had disappeared, …Read More »
According to the Wall Street Journal, Google is working on a video game console that will be powered by Android. If that sounds familiar, the recently released Ouya runs on Android as well. This device, however, would be both …Read More »
If you’re an avid gamer, you might have heard about a little indie game called LIMBO. It’s a puzzle-based platforming game that made quite the splash when it was released back in 2010, exclusively for the Xbox 360. It’s made …Read More »
Microsoft completely reverses Xbox One policies, removes used games restrictions and will no longer require online checks every 24 hours
After Microsoft’s E3 press conference, the Xbox One got a lot of new nicknames: The Xbone, Xbox 359, or even the Xbox One-and-done. Now we can add a new nickname: the Xbox 180.
Microsoft executive Don Mattrick has announced on …Read More »
Sony rubs it in Microsoft’s face with the brilliant ‘Official PlayStation Used Game Instructional Video’
The Xbox One, despite not being out yet, already sounds like it has a lot of hurdles to overcome. Using the system will require an internet authentication check every 24 hours, games can’t be lent to friends and it doesn’t …Read More »
Sony reveals PlayStation 4 details: $399 price tag, no DRM, not always-online, and no used games restrictions
Sony must be feeling especially smug today, especially after one of the most successful E3 showings in recent memory. During their press conference in LA, the company showed off the final PS4 hardware — and surprise, it’s another black box.…Read More »
During Microsoft’s press conference at the currently ongoing E3 convention in Los Angeles, the company announced one of the biggest things we still didn’t know about the console. Nope, it wasn’t even more restrictive DRM or online requirements, but a …Read More »
Halo: Spartan Assault is the latest game in Microsoft’s popular franchise and it’s coming to Windows 8 devices and Windows Phone as an exclusive title.
I have to say, I didn’t see this coming. Halo: Spartan Assault has been hinted …Read More »
New Zealand teenager on home detention runs out of Xbox games to play, asks to serve rest of sentence in prison
According to a report from the New Zealand Herald, a teenager who has been serving an 11-month home detention asked to spend the rest of his sentence in jail instead. The reason? Well, he ran out of Xbox games to …Read More »
Xbox One needs to connect to the internet every 24 hours, used games can only be given away once, and Kinect features can be turned off
After basically keeping us all in the dark on the finer details of how the new Xbox One will work since its announcement, Microsoft has finally shed some light on the issue. Today the company released details on the console’s …Read More »
This year, Computex has been full of surprises and tons of great new tablets, laptops, phones and everything in between. Gigabyte has just announced their P27K and the P25W gaming laptops.
There’s a 15.6-inch, 1080p successor to the P2542G, which …Read More »
When Microsoft announced the Xbox One, the company detailed virtually everything you needed to know about the device’s capabilities. Tech specs for the console, the Kinect motion sensor, and the new controller were easily available for anyone to see. But …Read More »
An internal email that was sent to employees that are currently working on Microsoft’s upcoming next-generation Xbox has revealed something that will cause gamers worldwide to breathe a sigh of relief: The console will not require a constant online connection …Read More »
Google Glass’ companion app, MyGlass, might have just revealed some big new features for Android in the gaming space. The code behind the app contained a full suite of Google Play services, and Android Police reports that a fully featured …Read More »
Formerly known as “iSwifter”, Agawi has made a deal with Microsoft to push out their cloud-based game streaming service along with Windows 8 this October.
Already very popular on the iPad, where it offers “more than 12,000″ Facebook games, Agawi …Read More »
Gabe Newell, the CEO of Valve, is an ex-Microsoft employee who worked there for thirteen years. Apparently there are still hard feelings between the two because Newell has just raged against Microsoft’s latest Windows iteration, Windows 8.
At the Casual …Read More »