While external hard drives can make it possible to bring more games to next-gen consoles, a bigger hard drive inside the system is always better, and that’s what Sony thinks, too.
The term “hybrid” gets passed around often these days, usually in relation to cars and computers, but hard drives are about to get a hybrid of their own. Sort of.
Most of the time, we’re talking gadgets, but this week our eyes are fixed on screens, watching trailers and demos that showcase why late 2015 and early 2016 will rock for games on Xbox One.
If you’re into initialisms, video games, and special edition products that only a few people can get their hands on, listen up, because Sony has something coming.
In May, one of the leaders in the current virtual reality movement announced the consumer hardware was almost done, and they weren’t kidding, as it has given us a taste ahead of what’s coming next year.
Video games are getting bigger, so what’s the answer when you own a console with a finite amount of space? Simple: just add more.
If gaming hasn’t convinced you that virtual reality is coming back, Samsung might be able to do that for you, and if you currently own either an S6 or S6 Edge, you might even be one of the first to experience consumer-ready VR.
You may have written virtual reality off as a gimmick, but not everyone has, and as part of a developer coding jam, we’re seeing some cool new reasons to take to the virtual world.
We’re almost at the point where virtual reality is a thing, and we’re excited by the prospect. Oculus has been developing its headset for longer than most, and the good news is that it’s almost here.
Video games are getting more realistic, but graphics aren’t going to make them better alone, with faster syncing also a part of the formula.