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  1. Slendytubbies Online Game

    April 4, 2014 by admin

    Did you ever think that Online Gaming could get scarier than Slender? Slendytubbies overtakes Slenderman as the scariest online game characters. You may think, “Aww a Tellytubbies spin-off to Slenderman!” do not be deceived by the innocence of Tellytubbies!

    The objective of the game is to collect 10 Tubby custards without being caught by Tinky Winky Slendytubby, sounds easily right? Wrong! It’s dark out and you, an unnamed Teletubby, are in the woods surrounding your home, but something isn’t right. As you begin walking around, you find signs of a fight, knocked over trees, destroyed items, and worst of all dead Teletubbies. All of a sudden, you find a bowl of Teletubby Custard, and you have the feeling something or someone is following you. You turn around to make sure you are ok, and then out of nowhere something screams and begins chasing you without stopping the screaming. You have to collect all 10 Tubby custards with Tinky Tinky constantly tracking you down, he’ll know where you are but you’ll won’t know where he is. However, you don’t have to be alone, you can also play the game on multi-player mode.

     


  2. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

    February 24, 2014 by admin

    Donkey Kong has been going for over 30 years, and it’s easy to see why because it’s back with a bang and it’s now up to number 2 in the UK Game charts. Not much has changed over time when it comes to Donkey Kong and perhaps that’s for the better.

    Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze certainly has the best graphics ever seen on a Donkey Kong game, and they give this old hit a nice new glossy look.

    It’s also quicker than ever and if you love fast paced retro gaming with a new look, then this is the game for you. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze certainly has a huge following already and it will be interesting to see whether it tops the charts and puts some of the so called ’modern’ games back in its place.


  3. Renting Games in 2014

    January 31, 2014 by admin

    2014 is certainly a big year for gaming, and the two big name consoles are to thank for that; the Xbox One and Playstation 4. There’s no doubt that the pricing for buying games has gone up, and it could make renting Xbox One and PS4 game much more suitable.

    If you rent a game you can get a feel for it and really find out if you enjoy it and if it is something that’s worth buying. Renting games can be extremely cheap; however, it depends on how long you chose to rent the game for. Short term game renting can be a good option if you want to test out any games, and it’s a lot better than just downloading the demo, which takes time and you don’t get the ‘whole game’ experience.

    2014 will see games at a record high with many priced above £50 so it can mean that people now have to pick their games more wisely and renting can definitely help.


  4. Sony’s PS4

    December 20, 2013 by admin

    Microsoft Xbox One and Sony Playstation 4 are the two main competitors in the upcoming generation games console. With both the machines launch in the late 2013, Playstation 4 from Sony has unveiled their full technical specifications on its latest console. In this article we take a look at the Playstation 4 technical details.
    Processor

    The processor is the heart of any product the Playstation 4 use a processor manufactured by AMD which is not yet released product, named Jaguar. The CPU will feature 8 low-power cores & will work in along with the Radeon graphics processing unit.

    Random Access Memory PlayStation 4 comes with GDDR5 RAM of 8GB . This high-end RAM is very expensive & this makes it more impressive about the PS4.

    Storage with a Playstation 4 comes with the internal storage about 500GB 2.5-inch SATA hard drive. The main advantage in the PlayStation 4 is that the hard drive is upgradeable and user removable.
    Optical DriveThe drive can read and play DVD’s, CD’s and Blu-ray discs. The drive can read with the maximum speed of 27MB/sec.


  5. Xbox PC Marketplace Closing This Month

    August 29, 2013 by admin

    Microsoft today announced that it’ll be closing the Xbox.com PC Marketplace on August 22. The closure will come as portion of the scheduled Xbox 360 system update so as to retire Microsoft Points, converting the whole system over to real currency. Luckily for Dark Souls fans, gamers will still be capable of play already-purchased PC games that use the much maligned Games for Windows Live client.

    According to a Microsoft support page update, Games for Windows Live games will cease to be on the market through Microsoft after the shop closes. On the contrary, Games for Windows Live titles published by Microsoft will not be available in any online marketplace. Microsoft-published titles that use Games for Windows Live include Fable III, Gears of War, Halo 2, and Brad Muir‘s Iron Brigade. Other publishers should offer their Games for Windows Live games through other stores, notably Steam.

    This news comes only 1 day after the inside track hit that a former Valve employee that was accountable for Steam was hired on at Microsoft to enhance its Games for Windows Live platform. Whatever is coming next for Microsoft Studios on PC, the tip of the Xbox.com PC store demonstrates that the corporate has either given up on Games for Windows Live or is preparing for a big overhaul of the service.


  6. Amazon Developing Android Console For Release By End Of 2013

    August 26, 2013 by admin

     

    Sources have approached Game Informer with a captivating little bit of news from among the world’s largest retailers. Amazon is developing an Android based console for release by the top of this year, likely by Black Friday.

    According to these we spoke with who’ve knowledge of the in-development hardware, Amazon would be leveraging the titles already available on its platform. Day after day, the corporate offers one productivity or game app without cost and stocks a healthy library for its own devices, just like the Kindle Fire. The console can even have its own, dedicated controller.

    We have reached out to Amazon for comment.

    Developing…

    Matt Bertz contributed to this report.

     


  7. Xbox One Delayed Until Next Year In 8 Countries, Still Coming To U.S. In November

    August 23, 2013 by admin

    The Xbox One is more often than not sold out within the U.S. In the event you pre-order one now, you’re not guaranteed a unit at launch. For gamers in eight countries, it now not matters how early they installed a pre-order because the console’s launch was delayed.

    Microsoft announced today that its initial plan to launch the Xbox One in 21 countries this year was scaled back somewhat. The console will now launch in 13 countries this year. Those countries are Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Uk, U.s. and New Zealand.

    The other eight countries – Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland – gets the Xbox One in 2014. Microsoft hasn’t committed to a date just yet, but they are saying that the above countries gets it “as soon as possible.”

    So, why the delay? Microsoft said they had to scale things back to “meet demand.” That’s not surprising the least bit bit because the Xbox One has sold out at various retailers, and a rumor from earlier today said that Microsoft is solely going to have 7 to 9 million units available at launch. That’s a very high number for a console launch, but it’s essential to needless to say there’s lots of pent up demand for brand new consoles. Microsoft has to service its core markets first before it may possibly start pushing out hardware to other markets.

    Of course, Microsoft isn’t going to only delay the console for thousands of gamers and expect them to take it lying down. The corporate said that those that pre-ordered an Xbox One within the affected countries will discover a free game packed in when the console ships in those countries early next year.


  8. Iwata Says Multiplatform Development Is not really In Nintendo’s Future

    August 20, 2013 by admin

     

    With the Wii U posting anemic sales numbers, the demands Nintendo to follow within the footsteps of Sega and leave the hardware business for multiplatform game development are increasing. However, Nintendo head Satoru Iwata says that it might be a move done for “short term profit.”

    In an interview with CVG, Iwata stressed that developing both hardware and software was fundamental to Nintendo’s strength as a corporation.

    “What i think is that Nintendo is a extremely unique company, since it does its business by designing and introducing people to hardware and software,” said Iwata. “By integrating them, we will be able to be unique. And since we’ve hardware and software developers within the same building, they stimulate one another.”

    While the way forward for the Wii U is cloudy - especially given its recent sales - but something is obvious: if Nintendo exits the house console business, it won’t go willingly.

    [Source: CVG]

     


  9. PlayStation 4: The Next Generation Gaming Console

    June 14, 2013 by admin

    Sony is at it again, this time round Sony’s has emerged the winner in the next generation gaming console race. This time round, Sony have made favorable changes to the new E3 PlayStation 4; it now open system can now allow gamers play offline games without having  internet connection and freely share games with other. Sony have sweetened the deal for most  gaming enthusiast to join the PlayStation nation by setting a more favorable price for the PlayStation 4 their competitors, Microsoft’s Xbox, and Nintendo’s Wii game consoles.

    Sony’s PlayStation 4 is now  region free; gamer will not have to experience any constraints in playing whatever game. More to that, this magnificent gaming console has revolutionised gaming experience ,thanks to this next generation gaming console technology that give game a more real-like experience thanks to its design using ultra fast processors, advanced graphics performance, and more system memory, a more personlised system that learns and adjusts to your preferences,  and an advanced wireless controller, meaning that game play will be bigger faster and more creative than ever before, more than you imagined. Sony PlayStation 4 is  truly the next generation gaming console.


  10. Xbox one

    June 13, 2013 by admin

    Xbox one is the Microsoft’s upcoming video game console. This new addition to the world of games with its perfect liquid black look uses glowing white Xbox logo making it user friendly.
    This multitasked console requiring internet connection has the ability to snap the applications like music, videos, pictures , Skype to one side of screen and the voice control ability allowing the users to control  the functions via voice are the best features introduced in Xbox one. Digital video recording is also provided which allows recording the video of the game played however It does not support video output for component or composite video. Menu and view buttons are the new introduction along with impulse triggers. The controller of Xbox one is more sleek and stylish with a slim battery compartment.

    Xbox one supports 4K resolution video with three operating systems having 500 GB hard drive and 8GB RAM. It will be a perfect new feature for game lovers


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