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Exploding Kittens is the most backed Kickstarter campaign ever, 1000% funding in an hour

Exploding Kittens is the most backed Kickstarter campaign ever, 1000% funding in an hour

By 3 hours ago

Exploding Kittens sounds excellent. Anything with kittens and explosions was going to do well on the interwebs, but this Kickstarter project is ridiculous as the most popular of all time in just a few days. Within 20 minutes of appearing Exploding Kittens... >>

Sky Go now available for PS3 owners too, TV from Sky app in PlayStation Store

Sky Go now available for PS3 owners too, TV from Sky app in PlayStation Store

By 3 hours ago

After launching a dedicated app for PS4 at the tail end of last year, Sky has launched a Sky Go application for PlayStation 3 too. Like the PS4 version, the app is called TV from Sky and is available as a free download on the PlayStation Store. We couldn't... >>

Sony ditches Music Unlimited in favour of Spotify, will offer Spotify streaming over PS4 games too

Sony ditches Music Unlimited in favour of Spotify, will offer Spotify streaming over PS4 games too

By 22 hours ago

Sony has announced the death of its own music streaming service, Music Unlimited. Instead it is partnering with Spotify to offer its streaming platform to PlayStation console and Xperia phone and tablet users. Called PlayStation Music, the new hub will... >>

Project Cars preview: Gran Turismo for a new generation

Project Cars preview: Gran Turismo for a new generation

By 23 hours ago

There have been a lot of driving games lately, especially on the build up to the Christmas period last year, so Project Cars has a tricky task to stand out amongst the triple-A titles on the PS4 and Xbox One. But stand out it does, at least from the couple... >>

Nintendo fans vindicated: Company in profit again and Wii U officially back in the game

Nintendo fans vindicated: Company in profit again and Wii U officially back in the game

By 28 January 2015

Nintendo has posted its latest financial results and although it has halved its profits forecast for the financial year ending in March, the company is set to end in profit for the period. Basically, its strategies and dogged resilience over the Wii... >>

Resident Evil Revelations 2 preview: Dead good so far

Resident Evil Revelations 2 preview: Dead good so far

By 27 January 2015

The first Resident Evil Revelations was a slow burner, having been released initially for the Nintendo 3DS and then ported and remastered for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Its graphics were perhaps even a little underbaked even then, but the setting – a cruise... >>

Is Sony about to replace the PlayStation 4? PS4 Slim pictures leaked

Is Sony about to replace the PlayStation 4? PS4 Slim pictures leaked

By 26 January 2015

The PlayStation 4 has only been around for little over a year but already some are speculating that it is to be replaced with a smaller, slimmer model. It seems unlikely to us, but the Italian version of gaming site Multiplayer.it has published photos... >>

How much would you pay for the first PS4 20th Anniversary Edition?

How much would you pay for the first PS4 20th Anniversary Edition?

By 26 January 2015

You'll never believe how much someone in Japan just paid for a PlayStation 4. Admittedly it was the elusive PS4 20th Anniversary Edition which is no longer available to buy through regular channels. And it was number 00001 in the production line (of the... >>

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt preview: Four hours playing the fantasy RPG epic

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt preview: Four hours playing the fantasy RPG epic

By 26 January 2015

There are heaps of games to look forward to in 2015. But after playing four and a half hours of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, we're going to stick our necks out and say that there will be no other on such epic scale. It's a huge, sprawling open-world that... >>

New Nintendo 3DS XL hands-on: Finally glasses-free 3D that works

New Nintendo 3DS XL hands-on: Finally glasses-free 3D that works

By 23 January 2015

Nintendo is almost ready to bring its new 3DS and 3DS XL handheld consoles to the UK, having announced a release date of 13 February during a recent Nintendo Direct broadcast for Europe. They both, among other features, offer greatly improved glasses-free... >>


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