The Electronic Entertainment Expo 2018 in ongoing in Los Angeles, California. After a massive Xbox press conference, the onus was on Sony to steal the spotlight. However, Sony did not announce 50 titles, instead, it had a rather short event and announced a few but, crucial titles for the Sony PlayStation. There were some follow-ups, some new titles but, no major announcements from the Japanese tech giant.The Last of Us II
One of the most popular survival games, The Last Of Us gets a much-anticipated sequel. The Last Of Us II is gory, horrific, and spectacular. The gameplay trailer released by Sony showcases the advanced graphics that will surely grip any player. As [...]
Are you one of those gaming for life kinda fellas? If yes, then you must itching to get your hands at the best deals at Amazon Prime Day. Here’s help. We have curated a list of top 5 video games available at unbelievable prices, courtesy Amazon Prime Day of course.GTA 5
Priced at INR 1848, GTA 5 takes you to the massive open world of Los Santos. Enhanced with a brand new feature which lets you switch over to three different protagonists namely Michael, Franklin and Trevor makes for an engaging GTA style story line. The cinematic Hollywood spectacle of the city streets and the surrounding Blaine County experience will definitely call for a moral [...]
Remastered games have become quite a huge deal in the recent years, especially with the release of games like of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Grand Theft Auto V and The Last of Us Remastered. It looks like 2015 will be another great year in terms of playing games from the long gone past as well.
So, what are the best remaster games arriving out this year that you could consider buying? Find out in our top five list below.Resident Evil HD Remaster
Resident Evil HD Remaster is a game that is based on Resident Evil and Resident Evil Remake. [...]
Over the past 30 years, video games have become an integral part of our lives and culture. Video game companies have become multi-millionaire giants. The gaming industry has grown to a gigantic extent. Today we see not only see teenagers spending a great deal of time on gaming, but also adults too are immersed in this new culture.
The first recorded game was invented in 1947. A ‘Cathode Ray Tube Amusement Device’ was patented by Thomas T. Goldsmith Jr. and Estle Ray Mann on 25th January that year. This device consisted of an analog device that allowed users to control a dot on the screen to guide the missile to targets [...]
Electronic Arts and Crytek announced the highly anticipated sequel of the Crysis franchise earlier last week, and the companies have now released the first Crysis 3 teaser. The new version has a new defined engine that will have more intense graphics and a better standard for the usual questions “Will it play Crysis 3?”.
Crysis 3 is a thrilling mix of sandbox gameplay, advanced combat and hi-tech human and alien weaponry that shooter fans will love, Leveraging the latest CryENGINE technology, we’re able to deliver seven unique themes that offer stunning and visually loaded gameplay experiences. We cannot [...]
Minecraft is the largest played online game since forever. But, it has been running in Alpha and Beta builds from the beginning, up until now anyway. Minecraft designer and founder announced on Minecon 2011 that the game is finally out of beta and is available to download already. The first complete build is aptly termed Minecraft 1.0.
Computer games have come a long way since the days of Pacman and Mario. In today’s day, all the cool 3D graphics that you see are made up of polygons. Polygons are nothing but flat images that are joined together to create an object in 3D. The higher the number of polygons, the greater the viewing detail.
Game developers have been trying very hard for a number of years to increase the polygon count in the games they make. However, computers face a problem when it comes to increased polygon counts. The higher the number of polygons, the greater processing power it takes to render all those polygons. Its because of [...]
[dropcap]I[/dropcap]f a report from market hardware news watch website Digitimes reports that, Sony’s manufacturing partners will begin building the Playstation 4 by the end of this year for a launch schedule of quarter 2 2012. There are no specific details , but most rumors talk about a kinect type motion sensing technology to replace the current generation PS3 Move.
Sony has always held in strong opinion that physical controls are essential for gaming. Dropping that claim would be very convenient for the company and possibly [...]
According to a source close to BGR, Microsoft intends to unveil its next-generation Xbox console at E3 2012 next summer. The rumored console has been in development since 2006 and has been carefully kept under wraps. Earlier it was speculated that the next revision will be called XBOX 720, But that really seems unlikely.
With Kinect already doing better than expected, It makes sense for the Gaming department at Redmond to improve the hardware in the XBOX to bring on the next generation of Consoles which will be ready to handle next-gen Gaming.
Sony PlayStation games have begun appearing in Google’s Android Market. Five title’s became available in the Market on Thursday, including Syphon Filter, MediEvil and Cool Boarders 2. Currently available titles are listed for $6.38 each. More are on their way and should be added to the list of ever-growing Apps on the Android Marketplace.
Sony Ericsson’s Xperia PLAY will be the first PlayStation Certified Android smartphone that will be capable of playing original PlayStation games downloaded through the Android Market.
Sony today announced the NEXT GENERATION PS PORTABLE (NGP) Specs includequad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor 5-inch touchscreen OLED display with 960 x 544 resolution dual analog sticks (not nubs as on the current generation) 3G, WiFi, GPS rear-mounted touchpad the same accelerometer / gyroscope motion sensing as in the Move electronic compass cameras front and back
The new console’s UI will be called LiveArea, which has a bunch of vertically navigable home screens and built-in social networking through PlayStation Network. You can jump between games and the LiveArea without losing your progress and comment on your buddies’ great feats of mobile [...]