Watch Dogs has been a long time coming and plays fantastically. What do you think of the graphics though? Let us know if you have or will be buying the game. Watch Dogs is developed and published by Ubisoft http://www.ubisoft.com
Xbox changes are coming hard and fast at the moment. Microsoft has announced an Xbox One packaged without the Kinect, and it is at a lower price of $USD399. The Australian price for this Kinect-less Xbox One is $AUD499 but won’t be available until June 9th. Will this make a major difference for the Xbox One in the never-ending
The Rayman franchise just goes from strength to strength with its titles and whilst it may suffer the syndrome of not really changing that much in the way of mechanics or levels, I really don’t think the kids will mind that much. Rayman Legends is the first title for the Rayman franchise on the Xbox One & Playstation 4 consoles and there is a noticeable difference in the graphic style. Whilst the game stays true to its roots there a few noticeable and really fun additions to the game also.
With Titanfall released in North America and due out tomorrow in Australia,Microsoft are secretly holding their breath in anticipation that Titanfall’s release will boost sales for the Xbox One. With Playstation boasting their 6 million plus sales of the PS4; Microsoft have remained quiet about the sales of their Xbox One. After successful Titanfall beta, I believe
Ryse does a good job of scratching the itch to play as a Roman soldier, but it does little to maintain the momentum it starts with at the beginning. Ryse is a game that was announced a couple of years back at E3 as a Kinect game. Then, like other Kinect games it disappeared from the
With another title being added to the already expansive list of EA’s Need for Speed franchise, you could be forgiven for thinking Need for Speed Rivals will be another chip off the old block. However Rivals is the first driving game in a while that really excites me. The Need for Speed franchise really captures
With Xbox One launching in a couple of weeks, I was curious about the general impression people have about the new Kinect. Apart from the blow-up surrounding the announcement of the Xbox One and the bundled in Kinect 2.0, I haven’t really heard much else, certainly nothing positive about the Kinect leading up to the
A report from Ben Kuchera over at Penny Arcade, has confirmed with Microsoft that the Xbox One will be DLNA supported. This will allow you to stream your media libraries from your Windows enabled devices to the Xbox One. The system will also play your audio cd’s, but it seems that MP3’s are out. The
News about the present day side of Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag has been released, with some great extras being thrown in for those willing to spend a bit of extra time looking. The team over at Ubisoft have acknowledged that not everyone likes the present day side of the franchise but there are those
The Gamery team continue their adventures in Monaco in Episode 3 of their playthrough. Slowly but surely they get ever so slightly better…slightly. Monaco is a game developed by Pocketwatch Games
The guys continue their playthrough of indie hit Monaco. They are starting to get the idea…somewhat.
A great ending to the most original IP of 2012 and one of my personal favourite games of all time. The Brigmore Witches is the tale of Daud looking for redemption, he can’t shake the past wrongs he has committed, and feels obliged to do some good before Corvo catches up to him. The Brigmore
Xbox One Release Date 22nd November 2013! 8 Years after the launch of the Xbox 360, the Xbox One finally has a release date and will be shipping to the 13 release “markets”: Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, UK, and USA. With other countries set to receive the console
When Xbox announced their television function for the Xbox One, the Xbox fans got quite excited. This function allows you to run your television set-top box through your Xbox One (Via a HDMI cable) which gives you the power of operating your television programs through your Xbox One. This news came as no surprise to
So the new unboxing video from Larry Hryb (Major Nelson) shows exactly what will be included with the Xbox One. Interesting points include a mono headset and a 4K rated HDMI cable, but no micro-USB cable for the controller. The other stuff is pretty standard but still quite exciting to see the actual box itself. I