Holiday bells are jingling and everyone’s getting excited about celebrating the Winter holidays with their loved ones. A part of those festivities, at least in the United States, is to spend the day immediately after Thanksgiving engaging in free-for-all brawls in markets all over the country for Black Friday sales. Virtual reality and virtual reality gaming is not an exception from this craze. While Black Friday is still a few weeks out, many businesses are already announcing VR-centric bundles and Black Friday discounts for those who want to jump into VR gaming while saving a little bit of cash. This, in addition to the recent
According to multiple sources we managed to talk to during the last couple of industry conferences, and the story that just break today, Sony is rushing ahead towards introduction of “Playstation 4.5”, codenamed NEO. The company decided to update the console rather than performing a ‘simple’ die shrink, a tactic both Microsoft and Sony utilized over the lifetime of their Playstation 2 and 3, Xbox and 360 consoles. The original plan for NEO was to introduce a 14nm die-shrink of 8-core Jaguar processor and an update of a GCN-based graphics processor. However, a shift from 28nm to 14nm is significantly more complex due to the fact that 28nm process used
As we enter the second half of 2015, we are presented with a virtual reality market that is saturated with high-end and entry level products. From the low-cost Merge VR headset to Microsoft’s HoloLens, the VR market has exploded and offers an incredibly diverse array of products for consumers to consider. With this in mind, several of the frontiers opposing virtual reality have been overcome already. Take the suggestion that VR hardware would be prohibitively priced, for example, as while some headsets are relatively costly there are others that have targeted the lower end of the market (think of Google’s simplistic Cardboard invention). There are
The current state of affairs in Formula 1 is something that kept me away from the sport. The level of predictability simply got to my nerves and the overall appeal was lost along the way. On the other hand, my particular motorsport gaming attraction is growing stronger. One of the upcoming releases from Codemasters, dubbed F1 2015 , is a simulation game revolving around the most famous racing sport out there. But, will it make me (and everybody else) love Formula 1 once again? The teaser below is impressive to say the least. The last Formula 1 game I have played was back when I was in high school, and was one of
Venture forth into the brilliant, hallowed world of Temeria for a fantasy-driven experience you won’t soon forget.
Bethesda doesn’t confirm or deny that Fallout 4 will release this year.
The future of Fallout is here, and we have the trailer, details and more on the post-apocalyptic magnum opus.
New details surface ahead of schedule, but they’re as scarce as the post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Sony issues two new PS4 models, but they aren’t the big console refreshes we’ve been waiting for.
Sony’s ill handling of fraudulent purchases and hacked accounts will go public tonight courtesy of BBC One
Amid graphical disparities between early demos and the final build, we take a closer look at the Witcher 3 downgrade controversy and see what CD Projekt RED has to say.
Sony confirms that DLC for Bloodborne is in the works, but we won’t have details until later this year.
Ubisoft blows the lid on its epic Victorian-era adventure and reveals major new features that propel the Assassin’s Creed franchise further along.
Leaked promo materials tips off new info on the Victorian Era Assassin’s Creed game.
Ubisoft will shed light on the new Victorian Era Assassin’s Creed in four days time.
Destiny is getting an arena-based Firefight-esque gametype with end-round bosses, progressively difficult waves of baddies, and tons of loot.
Tattooine, Sullust, Hoth and Endor might have three maps a piece.
PlayStation Japan introduces the first batch of screenshots for the new JRPG set in the landmark Shin Megami Tensei series.
Overkill’s new The Walking Dead game will be sourced directly from the comic series, with co-op survival FPS elements.
Batman won’t get all the fun; players can switch between Catwoman, Nightwing or Robin on-the-fly and perform devastating tag-team combos.