Sony will not allow PlayStation 4 owners to add an external hard drive for extra storage of games. They will, however, allow them to swap out the current hard drive for a bigger one if it meets appropriate standards. Microsoft won’t launch with external hard drive abilities but will add that later. You cannot swap… Continue reading #Video: No external hard drive for PS4
The battle has been going on for months and we’re already growing sick of it. The upcoming releases of the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 has been up and down, left and right, and has been seen from every angle possible. The worst part is that nobody’s even played them yet. Imagine what it’s… Continue reading #Infographic: Yes, there’s already a PS4 vs Xbox One graphic
When Nintendo came out with the Wii controller and remote, it was a dramatic change from the way that gamers had grown accustomed to interacting with their characters. It had two parts, took motion into account, and was either loved or hated depending on whether the user was able to master it or not. Xbox… Continue reading #Video: Steam controller demonstration makes other controllers look old
Technological advances in gaming show no signs of stopping. With that said, I understand the need for such things as RAM and storage space. In the case of the latter, if a video game console does not have enough of it, chances are that consumers are going to blow right past it. Seeing as how… Continue reading PlayStation 4: Is 12G Truly Necessary?
Playstation 4 lead architect Mark Cerny sat down with Stuff.tv and he talked about a concept that struck my interest. As a gamer, I am all about immersion and being sucked into whatever world is being shown. As you’re sitting down traversing through part of Tamriel in “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim,” for example, you… Continue reading Perspiration: could sony Build on it?
The modern day console wars that have raged on for many years seem to have always been dominated by Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony, all competing for the top spot. In the background of these battles lie other consoles: small startups that don’t have the AAA title games or millions of fans drooling over their new… Continue reading OUYA video game console becomes the latest crowdfunding success
Call of Duty has become one of the most popular franchises in the history of video games. The series has undergone an almost complete transformation since its early days, as many gamers overlooked the original World War II titles for the then more popular Medal of Honor first person shooters. However, Call of Duty has… Continue reading Call of Duty franchise: should they stop while they’re ahead?
From a social media marketing standpoint, a multimedia video game platform sounds like a dream. The idea seems novel an appealing: combining the functionalities of networks like Facebook and communication vehicles like Skype and integrating them into your gaming experience. From a gamer’s standpoint, it’s something that some will appreciate, and the rest won’t mind… Continue reading Xbox One: Can it truly stake first place?
The vast majority of Microsoft Xbox users have known that May 21st was likely the date that the next generation of their console would be revealed. Now, it’s finally official. Invitations were sent out today to the media, most of whom had already been publishing the speculations of the special event on the 21st. This… Continue reading In case you missed it, the new Xbox will be revealed May 21
The email that Sony sent to its Playstation subscribers marketing the Transformers: Fall of Cybertron had a neat little Easter egg available when opened with image loading turned off. As Redditor sarranoob discovered, behind the cover art was the Autobot emblem. One might go so far as to say that the email was properly optimized. Apologies… Continue reading Playstation leaves a nifty Easter egg in their Transformers promo email