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Steam OS – Valve Wages War on the Living Room

Steam OS – Valve Wages War on the Living Room

Sep 26, 2013

Valve have been gaining “Steam” (sorry) for some years now. Their latest news? Steam OS. This was fairly unexpected, but their intent is clear. They want to bring Steam to the living room, away from the traditional desk.  As we’ve been working on bringing Steam to the living room, we’ve come to the conclusion that Continue reading →

GTA Online Micro-transactions Materialize

GTA Online Micro-transactions Materialize

Sep 26, 2013

Rockstar’s upcoming Grand Theft Auto Online is hotly anticipated, yet recent news has arisen regarding certain micro-transactions that will take place within the game. The basic concept is that you purchase in game money, for your hard-earned real-world money. This was spotted within an XML file on Rockstar’s own website. The game is set to Continue reading →

Xbox Live Subscribers Love TV – 42% Watch 30 hours a month

Xbox Live Subscribers Love TV – 42% Watch 30 hours a month

Sep 25, 2013

Microsoft caught a lot of flak when unveiling their new console, as many gamers claimed a games console should centre around this, rather than video content. However, recent statistics prove that people don’t use their consoles pruely for gaming,  as it has been reported by Microsoft COO Kevin Turner that 42% of Xbox Live subscribers Continue reading →

The PlayStation Eye: Kinect Competitor?

The PlayStation Eye: Kinect Competitor?

Sep 25, 2013

Sony have recently confirmed that they are rivalling the Xbox One’s Kinect with similar features on the PlayStation 4, with their PlayStation Eye. The accessory is supposedly also going to support face recognition and voice commands, meaning you can start up a nice game of Watch Dogs without physical movement. Voice commands an be used Continue reading →

Microsoft and Sony: The Flag Bearers for Next Gen Consoles

Microsoft and Sony: The Flag Bearers for Next Gen Consoles

Sep 24, 2013

To put it bluntly, the Wii U dramatically underachieved in its first year since launch, however it’s hard to imagine Sony and Microsoft having the same issues when their respective next gen consoles launch this November. The Playstation 4 and Xbox One are pushing their consoles, trying to piece together the most powerful consoles available, Continue reading →