As much as we’d like, we can’t all just jump on a plane and cross the seas to Europe, which is why we’re always pleased to see technology help out with exploring some of the world’s greatest places.
There are loads of games available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, many of them great, though they all require you control them using the touchscreen. Wouldn’t it be great if someone found a way to make these devices more like a PlayStation Portable?
On November 22, Microsoft will try to change the gaming world with the next version of its Xbox gaming platform. But what does it actually play like? For that, we went hands on.
As much as we like gaming in 3D, really, it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, and we can see that there would be quite a few parents not keen on the whole idea. Fortunately Nintendo has been listening, and has found a way to take the 3D out of the 3DS.
The next generation of Sony’s PlayStation 4 is on its way, and we now have both a price and release date for gamers eager to plonk down the cash later this year.
So you have an Android smartphone for work and an iPad at home, and occasionally the kids let you use the big tablet to play some games on. Wouldn’t it be awesome if that long running Angry Birds game would be the same across both devices?
Currently, Microsoft has two yearly subscription services: there’s one for work – Office 365 – and there’s one for home – Xbox Live Gold. Now, the big M is combining the both of them so when you buy one, you get the other free.
There are still a lot of PC gamers out there, and many of them rely on headphones to get their gaming done, often at night when other people in the house are trying to sleep. While we have no problem with two channel sound, surround is almost always preferable, and accessory maker Razer has made something just for that.
Every time we want to access the PlayStation Store on our PS3, we have to keep reminding ourselves that updating could break everything. Good news, though, as Sony is aware of the problem and even has a fix coming later this week.
Looking forward to going home and getting your game on? With top titles like “The Last of Us” to look forward to, we don’t blame you, but if you’re asked to update your PlayStation 3, you might want to hold off for the moment.