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All-new SimCity coming to iPad, iPhone and Android soon, SimCity BuildIt created for touchscreens

All-new SimCity coming to iPad, iPhone and Android soon, SimCity BuildIt created for touchscreens

By 10 September 2014

EA Mobile is to release a new SimCity game specifically for mobile devices. SimCity Built has been announced and will be heading to iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Android devices "soon". Few details have been revealed, but the publisher does claim that... >>

Microsoft to buy Minecraft creator Mojang, will have to cough up $2 billion for the privilege

Microsoft to buy Minecraft creator Mojang, will have to cough up $2 billion for the privilege

By 10 September 2014

Minecraft was recently released for the Xbox One, having been a hit on PC and then Xbox 360 for a while, but that doesn't seem to be the end of the game's tie-in with Microsoft. Reports suggest that the software giant is in talks with developer Mojang... >>

Destiny helps PS4 hit one million sales in the UK

Destiny helps PS4 hit one million sales in the UK

By 9 September 2014

Sony has sold one million PlayStation 4s in the UK. Bwah, ha, ha! That makes the next-generation console the fastest-selling PlayStation in the country since Sony started making consoles. And it's reached the magic figure thanks to pre-orders for the... >>

Xbox One October update details confirmed: DLNA and Plex support only tip of the iceberg

Xbox One October update details confirmed: DLNA and Plex support only tip of the iceberg

By 9 September 2014

Microsoft has revealed specific details on what Xbox One owners can expect with the October dashboard update and it's a significant one. We saw some of the new features during a briefing at Gamescom a couple of weeks ago, but Major Nelson has gone into... >>

Destiny:  5 things you need to know about the full game

Destiny: 5 things you need to know about the full game

By 9 September 2014

Destiny is now available on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3 and it has the potential to be the biggest game on the next-generation consoles yet. Activision launched it at a massive party in London on Monday and it could be argued that the game rumoured... >>

Gigabyte P34G v2 review
4 out of 5

Gigabyte P34G v2 review

By 8 September 2014

Gaming laptops are usually chunky beasts - the sort of thing that will give you shoulder ache and win you odd looks should you dare to take them out of the house. The Gigabyte P34G v2, however, is something quite different. It has serious gaming power,... >>

Minecraft to arrive on PS4, a day before Xbox One

Minecraft to arrive on PS4, a day before Xbox One

By 4 September 2014

Microsoft was the first to announce its next-gen version of Minecraft on the Xbox One and now Sony has swooped in to release the Minecraft PS4 Edition a day earlier. The PS4 version of Minecraft will be priced similarly to the Xbox One version, meaning... >>

Sony Xperia Z3 series offers PS4 Remote Play, GCM10 lets you mount a DualShock controller

Sony Xperia Z3 series offers PS4 Remote Play, GCM10 lets you mount a DualShock controller

By 3 September 2014

With a complete refresh of flagship, compact and tablets, the new Xperia Z3 family of device may well be of biggest appeal to PlayStation 4 owners. Why? Because these devices offer PS4 Remote Play. Like the PS Vita, you'll be able to use your Z3 device... >>

Minecraft: Xbox One Edition launching this Friday, from £4

Minecraft: Xbox One Edition launching this Friday, from £4

By 3 September 2014

Minecraft is making the jump to next-gen on the Xbox One with its Minecraft: Xbox One Edition due out this Friday 5 September. For those that already own the Minecraft Xbox 360 version they can pay £4 and get upgraded to the next-gen version. For first... >>

Philips TVs powered by Android to get OnLive cloud gaming service pre-installed

Philips TVs powered by Android to get OnLive cloud gaming service pre-installed

By 2 September 2014

After announcing that its Philips TVs will come with Spotify Connect from the box, TP Vision has also signed a partnership with cloud gaming service OnLive. All new models of Philips TVs powered by Android will come with the OnLive application pre-installed.... >>