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Friday, 12 June 2020 17:22

PlayStation5 revealed

Sony has unveiled the industrial design of the forthcoming PlayStation5, along with some of the first games for the new console.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 10 December 2015 12:17

Presto’s eye now on PS3 and PS4 at home and away

Presto is now available on Sony’s PS3 and PS4 consoles as Sony kicks off 20th anniversary Playstation celebrations and Presto gets set to air new content.

Published in Entertainment

Since Microsoft announced Xbox One backwards compatibility for Xbox 360, the news has been met with waves of enthusiasm. But with just 21 titles released for the beta, most of which are lesser known Xbox 360 games, it has raised a few questions around whether Microsoft has long term plan for Xbox One backwards compatibility.

Published in Entertainment

It looks like the PS4 is the One, and not the Xbox One, at least when it comes to games console sales, with the Playstation 4 crowned by the NPG Group as ’the fastest selling home video games console in Australian history’.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 18:08

PS4 Remote Play for Xperia arrives

PS4 Remote Play now available on Xperia Z3 models, and coming soon to the Z2 series.

Published in Entertainment

Interviewed at a conference this week, Linus Torvalds stated he sees Valve Software's Steam Machine as a development which can unify the morass of Linux distributions.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Thursday, 04 July 2013 20:30

MOGA bring console gaming to Aussie Androids

After spending some nine months abroad, finally the MOGA pair of Android supporting game controllers are migrating to Australia.

Published in Mobility
Sunday, 14 November 2010 17:50

Nintendo wants to Wii some more - a lot more

Just when some suggested Nintendo's stream of Wii console buyers might be drying up because of 'saturation' or expectations that a Wii 2 might be on its way for Christmas 2011 comes a denial, suggesting instead that when it comes to the Wii, there's plenty more from where that came from.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 11 November 2010 15:04

FoXbox 360's only potential issue is bill shocks

With no ISPs in Australia offering to unmeter Foxtel's live video and on demand or catch-up streams, the biggest issue Foxtel on Xbox 360 users need to be aware of is the potential cost of streaming large video above and beyond your existing download limit.

Published in Entertainment

Seeking to restore an unjailbroken balance to the force that is the Sony PS3, a new 3.42 firmware update has disabled the PSGroove, PSFreedom and PSJailbreak USB dongle methods to stop unauthorised access to a world of pirate and homebrew PS3 software.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 20 January 2010 09:18

'Best year ever' for Xbox in ANZ

Microsoft claims 2009 was the "best year ever" for Xbox in Australia and New Zealand, with growth in console sales, attach rate, and Xbox Live registrations and use.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 18 January 2010 07:10

Mass Effect 2 themed 250GB Xbox 360

In what is becoming a trend, Microsoft has announced a themed Mass Effect 2 Xbox 360 equipped with a 250GB hard drive.

Published in Entertainment
[Updated with trailer]It’s time to leave the comfort of the saloon, put on your ten gallon hat and step out into the dusty streets of the violent founding of the American frontier west.  Red Dead Redemption, the follow up from RockStar Games’s 2004 Red Dead Revolver now has a street date.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 01 December 2009 06:38

No future for game consoles

The head of one of the world’s most successful game developers has stated that his company is ready for the demise of the home entertainment game console as we know it today.  Could it be another entry in an expanding conspiracy that will become clearer as time goes by?

Published in Radioactive IT
Wednesday, 25 November 2009 08:02

CSIRO hooks up gaming brains to crunch numbers

Apart from providing high resolution graphics as a way for gamers to frag each other, the Graphics Processing Units (GPU) attached to every video-card can provide computing power for scientists wanting to unlock the secrets of the human genome.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 20 November 2009 04:53

Bioshock 2 Special Edition detailed

Still dripping from its undersea immersion, 2K Games announces the BioShock 2 Special Edition contents.  Here are the details including a cool vinyl LP.

Published in Entertainment
Microsoft has announced the release date for the next Xbox 360 Dashboard update.  The refresh brings social networking to the game console, sporting Facebook, Twitter and movies on demand.

Published in Radioactive IT
Now that the 802.11n standard has been ratified, the Xbox 360 is finally getting a Wireless N adapter to better cope with the heavy demands of today’s digital content devouring public, but it’s double the price of a USB Wireless N adapter for your PC!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Well look at that, a free PS3 offer looks to be proving popular for Sony, so much so that the company is tossing another 10,000 PS3 units upon the 25,000 given away with recent BRAVIA LCD TV purchases.

Published in Entertainment
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has been scooped up before the rest of the world by Australian gamers and jaws are already dropping.

Published in Entertainment




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