Mix-Style Headphones will soon be launching in the UK. Various types will be launching, pictures above and below, and will have a price tag of 38 euros for the buds, 39 for the clip-ons and 55 euros for the cans. [Read more...]
Inspite of it’s massive launch earlier this month and selling millions of units world wide, the funky camera is still receiving a lot of stick from not so eager “hardcore” gamers. They have good reason too. Just taking a quick glance at the titles available at the moment, it seems to be the more casual gamer that will benefit the most from Microsoft’s latest tech with games tending to fall into family/party/minigame/rhythm gaming genres. [Read more...]
Microsoft have announced the first DLC to be made available to Fable’s third instalment named the Understone Quest Pack. With this new DLC you’ll have the opportunity to buy new properties such as houses and new shops.
The main quest known as “The Voice”, will have you exploring an a new land found deep underground which was built by a Mr Montague Hummes in trying to hide from the “Spire” noted previously in Fable 2. [Read more...]
Just this weekend past, many have had their iTunes package update to 10.1 and for those who hold an iPhone 4 or iPad close to their hearts will also soon be receiving their awaited iOS 4.2 update. But according to the good people at Apple, an “exciting announcement” is to be made tomorrow at 3pm. [Read more...]
Pigs have taken your eggs. What better way of getting back at them by firing ‘angry’ birds from a massive slingshot directed straight at them. That’s pretty much it as far as the premise goes and that’s really all you need to know.
Since it’s launch on the iPhone back in December last year, Angry Birds has gone from strength to strength. With downloads literally in the millions, the fowl-flinger has seen huge success amongst it’s rivals and since then has more recently arrived on smartphones running Google’s Android operating system and is currently still doing rather well indeed. [Read more...]
“We sincerely apologize to GT fans for the delay”… That’s what Sony Computer Entertainment producer Taku Imasaki when Sony promised the game would be on store shelves for Christmas.
Since then, many retailers had dates set for sometime in 2011. Other announcements included one mentioning the discs ready for dispatch.
First announced in 2006, eager fans have been waiting and waiting VERY patiently, knocked back time after time it seems that a date has now been settled after an announcement made by Sony today. That date is November 24th – You can write that down in stone. It’s now official. [Read more...]
Well it’s been a day since Microsoft’s new hands-free, motion sensing camera – Kinect, arrived in the UK.
With such titles as Kinectimals and Dance Central, we gain a small glimpse at what Kinect is capable of. But this comes with mixed reviews. Many users have complained about the spacial requirements deemed necessary by the hi-tech camera where others have found difficulties in the camera’s ability to recognise faces. Though these haven’t seemed to dampen the new peripherals impact on the nation. [Read more...]
We posted an article yesterday regarding pretty impressive stats concerning Xbox LIVE’s online multiplayer gamers logging on to Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Receiving raving reviews (GameSpot for example giving the game a 9.0 with the only downside being that the campaign mode is too short) Black Ops has managed to sell 5.6 million copies in the UK and North America combining to gross a grand total of $360 million during the game’s first 24hrs. Though inspite of this, many gamers arrived home after the games midnight release disappointed due to lag issues and graphical glitches and the like. [Read more...]
It might be a little hard to believe for die hard Xbox fans but according to EEDAR (Electronic Entertainment Design and Research) analyst Jesse Divnich’s predictions, by 2012 this may well be the case.
Arguments for and against each console seem to envelope many a gamer’s forum. Some differences between the two are slight where others are blindingly obvious such as Blu-Ray vs No Blu-Ray for example but nevertheless, it seems Microsoft and Sony both have reason to be happy for themselves as both have seen good growth in their own unit sales throughout this last year.
Rather astonishingly (depending how you look at it) Treyarch, the developers behind the latest Call of Duty game, have, at the very least, over 1,000,000 reasons to celebrate today.
That’s the number of online multiplayer gamers registered on Xbox LIVE as of 0900 hours GMT. [Read more...]
Those gamers only concerned with their PS3 but relishing the idea of having a go on Mass Effect can now relax and won’t need to feel envious much longer. The original Mass Effect is still out of reach as this will remain exclusive to the Xbox 360 but Mass Effect 2 on the other hand is definitely making it’s way to the PlayStation 3 console. [Read more...]
A multitude of posts regarding Fallout: New Vegas and it’s bugs started cropping up as gamers got to grips with their new desert wasteland soon after release day. Though credit where credit’s due, Bethesda did their job and fixed various known issues via online updates across the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 days later.