With the 2015 NRL season about to conclude with the Grand Final, the tragic Rugby League fan may need something to cope with the impending end of the season. Fortunately, there’s a new rugby game to play, so that’s something.
Remember when games consisted of a few dots on a screen and two colours? Snake ’97 lets you relive the good ol’ days.
One of the more exciting developments in technology at the moment has to be virtual reality, and it has the potential to change entertainment as we know it. If you own a Samsung phone, you’ve had the chance to be at the forefront for an early adopter’s fee, but that will soon be dropped, and that can only be a good thing.
Malware and virus makers tend to be going after your wallet, and if you’re an online gamer with aspirations at winning on the poker tournaments and you don’t have internet security, the cybercriminals might just be the real winners.
Zombies are big for movies and games, but if you’re anything like us, you tire the old “let’s kill zombie” hack and slash and shoot formula. Fortunately, “Rebuild” is different.
One of the best things about being a grown up has to be getting to do what you want, and buy what you want, but if you’ve ever been told to put away toys, a new game on the way is all about not doing exactly that.
Keen gamers won’t have to settle for the same old same old experience if they love the Xbox One, as Microsoft later this year will be bringing both a faster console and a more customisable game pad.
Endless runner games like “Temple Run” and “Flappy Bird” are certainly addictive, but what happens when you mix them with the old school retrolicious charm of 80s arcade gaming?
Fathers Day is right around the corner, and if you’re anything like us and wondering how that snuck up on you, not only are you not the only one, but you also have a list of bits and bobs that’ll make your old man smile.
Collectable consoles have always been a thing, but this year we’ve seen enough to fill a lifetime, and now there’s one more (insert Darth Vader breathing here).