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Titan falls: Blizzard puts an end to MMO game Project Titan after seven years of work

Titan falls: Blizzard puts an end to MMO game Project Titan after seven years of work

By 24 September 2014

Developer firm Blizzard just put Titan on a block of ice, permanently. According to Polygon, which interviewed Mike Morhaime, the cofounder and CEO of Blizzard, one of Blizzard's most ambitious projects to date has just been killed. The company never... >>

PlayStation TV release dates confirmed: October for US, then UK

PlayStation TV release dates confirmed: October for US, then UK

By 23 September 2014

Sony has announced the PlayStation TV will release in the US and Canada next month. The set-top box will launch in Europe just one month later. The PS TV, which first released in Japan and other countries, will allow you to access movies and TV shows... >>

Xbox One price drops below PS4 for the first time, now £330

Xbox One price drops below PS4 for the first time, now £330

By 23 September 2014

Microsoft has dropped the price of its Xbox One console in the UK to below the recommended retail price of the PlayStation 4 for the first time in the next-gen battle. You can now buy the standard edition, without the Kinect sensor, for £329.99 - £20... >>

Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype adds 360-degree tracking to the mix

Oculus Rift Crescent Bay prototype adds 360-degree tracking to the mix

By 22 September 2014

Oculus VR has unveiled a latest prototype model of its virtual reality headset and the company claims that it is a "big leap" for the technology. The Oculus Rift Crescent Bay model adds 360-degree tracking, which means the wearer and stand up, spin around... >>

Play FIFA 15 now ahead of next week’s release, as long as you own an Xbox One

Play FIFA 15 now ahead of next week’s release, as long as you own an Xbox One

By 19 September 2014

The full version of FIFA 15 is available to play now if you have an Xbox One and are willing to purchase at least a month's subscription to EA Access. Electronic Arts caused some fuss when it decided to launch its own game subscription service, not least... >>

What is PlayStation Now and when can I get it?

What is PlayStation Now and when can I get it?

By 19 September 2014

Officially detailed during Sony's opening keynote for CES 2014, PlayStation Now is available in the US and Canada under an Open Beta scheme for all PS4 and now PS3 owners. And while it's not available in any other regions yet, it is a major push by... >>

PlayStation Now expands to PS3, subscription plans still being worked on

PlayStation Now expands to PS3, subscription plans still being worked on

By 19 September 2014

Sony has extended its PlayStation Now Open Beta phase in the US to include PlayStation 3. That means owners of PS3 consoles can now access the cloud gaming service like their PS4-touting peers. PlayStation Now offers a wide variety of PS3 games to play... >>

Oculus who? AirVR straps an iPhone 6 Plus or iPad mini to your face

Oculus who? AirVR straps an iPhone 6 Plus or iPad mini to your face

By 18 September 2014

Move over Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR, there's a new virtual reality kid in town and it's iPhone and iPad based. AirVR is a cheap virtual reality headset currently going through the Kickstarter funding phase that uses the Retina display on a latest... >>

Asphalt 8: Airborne is first Metal ready game for iOS 8, and boy does it look lovely

Asphalt 8: Airborne is first Metal ready game for iOS 8, and boy does it look lovely

By 18 September 2014

Apple has rolled out iOS 8, meaning several games are currently updating for the new operating system. One of which is Gameloft's Asphalt 8: Airborne which has been rehashed to support the new iOS 8 feature Metal. So now the racing title now looks better... >>

5 great gadgets you definitely shouldn't buy right now

5 great gadgets you definitely shouldn't buy right now

By 17 September 2014

It is inevitable with technology and gadgets that they will eventually be refreshed and bettered in many ways, often leaving you one step behind the latest trends. And with many devices, that refresh can come too soon. Smartphones are often on a yearly... >>