CES 2014 Sparked Added Amounts of Gamer Excitement

January 21, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The CES this year stood out for the astounding gadgets the event put up on show. From televisions that came curved, to cars sans drivers, and much more, the international Consumer Electronics Show brought to the podium all that a consumer would ask for. And, for the gamer, this edition of the show was spectacular.  […]

China Set to Block Video Games Which the Nation Sees as Hostile

January 15, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

China has now begun to draft new rules to restrict the selling of video games and consoles in the country. A fourteen-year-old ban on games was recently lifted. The new move comes close on the heels of this. Cai Wu, the head of China’s Ministry of Culture, has been quoted as saying that the rules […]

Xbox One: What Makes it Awesome

November 21, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Gamers! The Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One  have been ruling your minds for long, we know. The fans of PS4 have their own reasons to applaud Sony’s latest innovation. Microsoft, in the meanwhile, had been readying the Xbox One with a whole lot of stuff you wouldn’t have imagined. Or, did you? The […]

Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom Heads for AT&T, Says Leaked Press Photo

October 17, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

When it comes to leaks, @evleaks has become one of the most trusted in the tech terrain. And when they come out with something hot, the tech news space tends to be all ears. The latest info on the device that has surfaced talks of the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom. The leaks before us hint […]

Valve Steam Machine Expected to be Highly Powerful

October 11, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As you might have heard, Valve will be shipping only 300 prototype version of its first Steam Machine later this year. The latest piece of info we stumbled upon says the Steam machine will be highly powerful and will come with high-end hardware specs. The maker of blockbuster games, like Portal and Half-Life, has also […]

Sony PlayStation 4 to Hit Asian Markets this December

September 21, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony’s PlayStation 4 (PS4) will hit the Asian markets, including Hong Kong, Malaysia, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan, by the end of December 2013. Earlier, Sony had announced that its latest PlayStation will start shipping in North American and European markets by next month. Meanwhile, Microsoft’s Xbox One will be released in November 22 in 13 […]

Apple iPhone 5S 64-bit Chip to Enhance Mobile Gaming Possibilities

September 17, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Mobile gamers rejoice. Apple’s latest flagship device, the iPhone 5S, will enhance the possibilities of mobile gaming. Apple’s recently unveiled iPhone 5S sports many excellent features including a fingerprint sensor and an improved camera. Still, the best feature of the iPhone 5S is its new A7 chip that is twice as fast as its predecessor. […]

Wallet-friendly 12 GB PS3 Coming to North America on August 18

August 15, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony’s cut down version of their PlayStation 3, which will cost $200, is coming to North America on August 18. The ‘wallet-friendly’ 12 GB device will be flash-based, say rumors. The stripped down model is aiming at budget-level customers in the North American shores. At present, Sony is selling its PlayStation 3 at a price […]

Amazon Android Gaming Console Arriving this Year

August 12, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After Microsoft and Sony announced their new gaming consoles this year, Amazon seems to be making a move to release their new Android console. A report by folks at Game Informer states that the console will be released later this year. The roll out date could possibly coincide with the Black Friday sales season. We hear […]

Microconsoles Gear Up Like Never Before; Gaming Showdown in the Pipeline

July 19, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Though many indie gamers and developers look to make new games from time to time, it becomes difficult for them to deal with the expense of working with major console makers such as Microsoft and Sony. That has been the case all through. In fact working with majors give these developers little freedom as they […]

Consoles Galore: What Chances Do Google and Apple Gaming Devices Have?

June 29, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have been hearing rumors about Google’s plan to make its own Android-based video gaming console  for quite a while now. Grapevine murmur had it that Google’s plan comes close on the heels of Apple also thinking of releasing a videogame console in the near future. If these rumors turn true, it would fully change […]

Gaming Consoles as Home Entertainment Devices; More Than Just Gaming

June 15, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Gamers rejoice. The E3 video game conference in Los Angeles has brought forth gaming consoles from Microsoft and Sony – yes, those very consoles we were all looking forward to lay our hands on. Though both companies had announced their consoles earlier, we had only a little knowledge about them. If everything goes right, then […]

Sony PlayStation Cloud Gaming to Launch in 2014

June 11, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We just heard Sony PlayStation’s cloud gaming service will be available in 2014, initially in the US. But the company has not yet mentioned the UK and EU release dates. The cloud gaming service will allow gamers on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 systems, followed by PlayStation Vita gamers, to access to PS3 games over […]

Forty Titles for E3; Sony Set for Superlative Show

June 6, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The interest in E3 is raging, and see what the event podium has showcased for all you gamers out there. If Microsoft has lined up at least 15 exclusive titles for you, competing major Sony has so much more in its kitty. Forty is the number being hinted at now, and we think it is […]

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