The useless knowledge we all have could fill a room, and possibly an encyclopaedia, but now you can flex your trivial knowledge muscle with a game that only takes a couple of minutes but can be hyper-addictive and very competitive.
The new 4th generation Apple TV went on sale last week in Australia. I’ve been using one in my living room a few days before launch to see what’s new, and most importantly, if it should take pride of place over all of the other ‘streaming’ video devices available.
PlayStation 4 owners might no longer be forced to have the same generic console as everyone else, as Sony has announced custom faceplates.
If cost was the very reason stopping you from getting a next-gen console was price, you may have just lost your excuse.
Remember how much fun Lego was as a kid? Now you can relive that fun while playing a video game. Just don’t do it while your wife is around, otherwise she’ll look at you wish a puzzled grin as you assemble pieces in both the real and virtual world.
A couple of the people responsible for the addictive endless Frogger game that is “Crossy Road” are taking another arcade classic and making it endlessly addictive once more.
An astronaut is stranded on Mars and only you can help him. “The Martian” will let you do just that, giving life to the Ridley Scott movie in a way only interactive fiction could.
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.