In the early days of video-games, there were several consoles on the market, and choosing one was not easy. Consoles seemed to come every day, and many died quickly, so getting your money’s worth was difficult. Continue reading SNES games are coming to the New 3DS
At today’s event, Apple finally announced the much rumored successor to the Apple TV, which is also called the Apple TV. Continue reading Apple announces the new Apple TV
The 3DS didn’t do well initially, but after a slew of great game launches and a huge Price Cut, it finally caught on, and absolutely slaughtered the sales of the Playstation Vita.
After the 3DS, the 3DS XL was launched, which was essentially an enlarged version of the 3DS, as it offered no changes except that off a bigger screen and a bulkier form factor.
Nintendo today has announced two new Variants of the 3DS, which actually offer some improvements to the 3-Year Old Console. Continue reading Nintendo announces new 3DS Variants
Remember the NVIDIA Shield? That Hunk of a Device that was meant to be a Portable Console? It was a bulky device and wasn’t really all that portable. But for all that bulk, you got some serious firepower, and a nice controller to boot. Continue reading The NVIDIA Shield Tablet: A Device built for Gaming
E3 is extremely close and already companies are readying their products, games and accessories for this Expo. Continue reading The SteelSeries Sentry: A Peripheral that allows you to Control Games with your Eyes
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For long, it had been rumored that Amazon has a set top box in the works and many years we waited, but to no avail. An Amazon set top box was not in sight.
The rumors fluctuated in magnitude and recently, the rumor mills were churning again. Rumors started floating around about the Amazon set top box, but this time, something was different. This time, the rumors were real! Continue reading Breaking: Amazon announces the FireTV set top box
Valve has built itself a fortune with it’s Steam client for purchasing games. Now Valve is focusing on dominating on the software side of things. Last year, we saw the unveiling of the Steam Machine, Valve’s stand on how a console should be. Continue reading Valve unveils the redesigned Steam Machine Controller
A major Xbox One update is underway. Microsoft has released some details about what has change in the new update. We have already given you the rundown of the February system update , so now here is the March update! Continue reading Xbox One gameplay streaming coming to the Xbox One in March update courtesy of Twitch!
The Xbox One Titanfall Bundle
We knew it was coming. The next gen consoles, the PS4 and the Xbox One have launched and are now 3 months in their lifetime. the next gen consoles are priced much higher than their older counterparts. The Xbox One costs 80 euros more than the PS4, which may be the reason why it’s sales reports are lesser than that of the PS4. Continue reading Xbox One gets price cut treatment, but limited only to the UK
Virtual reality never actually took off with poor hardware and not much software to support it. One of Nintendo’s biggest failures, was a virtual device : VirtualBoy. Fast forward to 2014, many manufacturers are again dabbling in the dark waters of Virtual Reality. Continue reading PrivoVR Gaming suit succesfully hits Kickstarter Goal !