Everyone is going crazy for virtual reality over at this year’s GDC in San Fransisco. Sony is reminding everyone they’re still in the race with their Project Morpheus VR headset, which they’ve now revealed to be arriving in the first half of 2016.
Shuhei Yoshida presented new information regarding the headset’s capabilities, including the fact it will feature a 120Hz refresh rate, allowing them to deliver the smoothest video available in the VR market […]
After an unexpected delay resulting in a bit of drama, the March update for PlayStation Plus is finally here.
There are some decent offerings this month, with the likes of Oddword: New ‘n’ Tasty! and Papa and Yo. Newly released title OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood has also been thrown in for free, and judging from review scores, it’s an absolute steal […]
The gaming world was expecting to wait until this year’s GDC to hear anything more about Valve’s SteamVR headset, but in a surprise announcement today it was revealed that HTC are working in partnership with Valve on a VR headset called Re Vive. The two headsets are one and the same.
I know what you’re thinking, but no, this is not a smartphone-centric headset […]
Lionhead is taking a leaf out of Riot’s book, following (or more accurately, ripping off) the free-to-play module from League of Legends. Yes, that’s right – Lionhead’s upcoming Fable Legends, thought to be a full price retail game, will now be free-to-play on both Xbox One and Windows 10.
Of course, that also means the game will only be available digitally, and an Xbox Live Gold membership will be required to play it on Xbox One […]
It was a chilly day in London today, only reaching a top of 8°C, which meant A Good Snowman is Hard to Build was made available for only $8. The price will change again tomorrow to reflect the temperature and continue to do so until March 10; at which point the unique pricing structure disappears.
As far as pricing structures go, it’s probably the strangest we’ve ever seen […]
Perhaps that was a few too many F’s.
As part of a partnership with Universal Pictures, Forza Horizon 2 Presents: Fast & Furious will be released on March 28 in Australia, to celebrate the upcoming cinematic release of Furious 7.
Being a Forza expansion, it will of course be exclusive to Xbox, though the expansion will be a standalone release, which means […]
Nintendo Australia has sent out emails advising Club Nintendo members that the Smash Bros. OST will not arrive during the first quarter of 2015 (before the end of March) as promised.
The soundtrack was redeemable by members for a limited time, and only by those who bought both the 3DS and Wii U versions of Super Smash Bros […]
Some excellent titles are being given away for free next month as part of Games With Gold.
Starting from the 1st of March, those with an Xbox Live Gold membership will have be able to download Rayman Legends for Xbox One, as well as Tomb Raider and Bioshock Infinite on Xbox 360. Last month’s free […]
Dragon Quest Heroes, the latest spin off title from the much beloved Japanese series, has finally been announced for a global release Square Enix has confirmed today. […]
10 years ago, the Nintendo DS launched in Australia – how time flies by!
Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training is looking a little lonely on the Wii U eShop, being the only DS game that Nintendo bothered to bring over to the home console, but what if Nintendo were to suddenly change that? […]