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Microsoft Xbox One price has dropped, yet again

Microsoft Xbox One price has dropped, yet again

By 16 January 2015

Microsoft has announced another price drop for its Xbox One console. In a bid to keep up competition with Sony's PS4 the price of the Xbox One was dropped back in October to $349. But then it jumped back up to $399 on 3 January. And now Microsoft has... >>

Minecraft to launch 'The Simpsons' DLC pack next month for Xbox One and 360

Minecraft to launch 'The Simpsons' DLC pack next month for Xbox One and 360

By 15 January 2015

Minecraft is launching a content pack that'll put Xbox gamers right in the middle of Springfield. Xbox has announced that it teamed up with Twentieth Century Fox to launch "The Simpsons" content pack for Minecraft on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The pack... >>

Got a 3D printer? Have a collectable Dying Light zombie figure for free

Got a 3D printer? Have a collectable Dying Light zombie figure for free

By 15 January 2015

To celebrate the launch of zombie survival game Dying Light on 30 January, developer Techland has released 3D printer files for a figurine of one of the in-game zombies, for you to download and print for free. What's more, the company has posted a... >>

Nintendo Wii U owners finally get Wii games to download, including Super Mario Galaxy 2

Nintendo Wii U owners finally get Wii games to download, including Super Mario Galaxy 2

By 14 January 2015

Unlike Sony and Microsoft, Nintendo has always been strong on backwards compatibility for its consoles. The Nintendo Wii U is fully compatible with original Wii games, but until now that has only been through hardware emulation and using Wii discs. The... >>

Nintendo bringing New 3DS and New 3DS XL handhelds to UK and Europe 13 February

Nintendo bringing New 3DS and New 3DS XL handhelds to UK and Europe 13 February

By 14 January 2015

Nintendo has announced that it will be selling its new versions of the 3DS and 3DS XL handheld consoles in the UK and Europe from 13 February. Having already launched in Japan, prior to Christmas, the two consoles feature a number of significant upgrades... >>

Can’t decide between PS4 or Xbox One? PlayBox combines both in a 22-inch laptop

Can’t decide between PS4 or Xbox One? PlayBox combines both in a 22-inch laptop

By 14 January 2015

Ed Zarick, the console modder behind the PlayBook 4 and XBook One gaming laptops, has struck gold with his latest effort; a 22-inch laptop that combines both a PS4 and Xbox One in the same device. Like the PlayBook 4, which Pocket-lint featured last... >>

Best insane in-game stunts: GTA 5, Far Cry 4, Minecraft and more

Best insane in-game stunts: GTA 5, Far Cry 4, Minecraft and more

By 13 January 2015

Completing a game nowadays is just part of the challenge in most open world titles. It's finding original ways to use the environment, in the most extreme way possible, that wins the online cred. We've scoured the best videos online to find examples of... >>

Want to drive the new Ford GT? Forza 6 for Xbox One might be your only option

Want to drive the new Ford GT? Forza 6 for Xbox One might be your only option

By 13 January 2015

It must be said that we've been blown away by the surprise announcement at this year's North American Auto Show in Detroit, the Ford GT supercar. It is, quite simply, beautiful. However, our chances of ever driving let alone owning one of the £200,000... >>

Best Super Bowl ad spied yet? Bud Light's real-life Pac-Man maze has to be a contender

Best Super Bowl ad spied yet? Bud Light's real-life Pac-Man maze has to be a contender

By 12 January 2015

The 2015 Super Bowl - or the "XLIX" event for those who love a Roman numeral or the first names of prospective Star Wars characters - will kick off on 1 February and that means we can soon expect to see leaks and hype for the adverts that run during half-time.... >>

Look how gadgets have shrunk: Then and now in pictures

Look how gadgets have shrunk: Then and now in pictures

By 9 January 2015

Modern technology has propelled us forward to create smaller and smaller gadgets especially since the microchip appeared. Sure phones are growing in screen size now but you'll be amazed how they are still smaller than their historical counterparts. And... >>