Some excellent news came out of EA this week in the form of The Sims news. This November, The Sims 4 will be arriving on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, being the first console port of the series since last gen’s Sims 3 in 2010. Will it be a watered down version, however? Continue reading The Sims 4 is moving into your neighbourhood on consoles
Following the release of content updates for both PC and Pocket Editions of Minecraft, Mojang have announced a console version update, which adds loads of new features to an already deep and endless supply of goodies. A new trailer highlights the new features. Continue reading Minecraft gets console holiday update
Today, Nintendo have finally revealed the Nintendo NX, or rather the Nintendo ###### . We have seen many leaked reports and rumours over the past number of months, but now we can start to pick away at some of the facts. Continue reading Nintendo NX announcement
While new games are few and far between this time of year Sony have come up with an alternative, slashing the prices of a handful of AAA titles for you to enjoy over the weekend. Remember, if you haven’t played it, it’s new to you.
Squad, the developers of Kerbal Space Program have announced that the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions, developed in conjunction with Flying Tiger will be blasting off next month. Continue reading Kerbal Space Program coming to consoles in July
It’s one of those stories that you really do need to take with a pinch of salt, but following two new filings to the FFC, it has led many to believe that Microsoft are planning to reveal a new Xbox One design at E3 2016. Now, this could be something as simple as some form of wireless accessory for the console, given that kind of technology first needs to be approved by the Federal Communications commission.
7 Days To Die is coming to Xbox One and PS4 thanks to Telltale Games. Here’s all the information you need before you start chopping trees and crafting axes. Continue reading 7 Days To Die Coming To Consoles
This is something you might want to read, Phil Spencer, has created a tidal wave of speculation today after hinting that the Xbox One could, in the future, become the subject of hardware updates bringing the console up to the spec of modern day PCs. Speaking last week at a Microsoft press conference, Spencer commented on the future of the Xbox One, comparing it to that of a PC with upgrades to help boost performance.
[One from the Facebook archives before we launched the site].Here is a subject very close to everyone’s heart. What are the characteristics that come to our minds when we hear the word ‘gamer’ or even when we ourselves are referred to as gamers. It brings with it an interesting series of hard questions. Continue reading What it means to be a gamer
Ars Technica did a performance analysis on a dual boot system and found that games performed anywhere between 21% and 58% worse depending on graphical settings with SteamOS than Windows 10 using the same hardware. This sure paints a grim future for the operating system as gamers try to get every ounce of performance from their systems.