Streaming technology will bring Sony back catalogue to entire Playstation family
Sony has finally unveiled its plans for Gaikai, the online streaming service it acquired in July 2012. Rebranded “Playstation Now“, the technology allows gamers to stream interactive content to pretty much any device with an internet connection. The PS4 is currently able to stream games directly to the PS Vita over a Wi-Fi connection via remote play with no noticeable lag, but the next iteration of this service will allow global streaming to all platforms. Continue reading
Over the New Year period I was officially accepted onto the Darkstation.com review team. From now on, I will be submitting reviews directly to that site and providing link-backs here on my personal blog. Continue reading
Ubisoft; Wii U; £15
An underrated original
You wake up alone. Disoriented. In a panicked state and in unfamiliar surroundings. You awake to the realisation that you will soon be dead. Your only witness in this broken world is the disembodied voice that barks orders through your ‘Prepper Pad’ – a 21st century survival tool that’s an imaginative cross between a tablet and a Swiss Army Knife.
You are the latest recruit of The Prepper, an anonymous benefactor who anticipated the apocalypse long before it arrived, and who is now using you as an extension of his vast network of spy cameras and security systems to outlive the end of the world. You think of the survivors who’ve gone before you; the ones who’ll come after. You’ll meet them soon enough. Continue reading
Will decision impact subscriptions?
No Love for Games?
LOVEFiLM’s recent decision to phase out its game rental service by 8 August has been met with some criticism online. The only rationale provided thus far is that it wants to focus on “providing the best selection of film and TV content.” But what prompted this drastic change, and what impact will it have on a subscriber base of over two million? Continue reading
Giants Software; PS Vita; £6.49
A Diamond in The Rough?
Krone. Lemken. Kotte. Deutz-Fahr.
To the uninitiated, these brands hold no significance. But to anyone with an agricultural background, these names represent the epitome of prestige, ranking alongside Rolls-Royce, Mercedes Benz or Bentley. They represent the very best in modern farming machinery. And in the latest pocket version of Farming Simulator from Giants Software, you get to put these behemoths through their paces as you build your very own agricultural empire. Continue reading
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