Hilarious – basically Sony giving Microsoft a slap in the face
I’m sure you’re all excited about the recent PS4 announcement! Well here’s a Guest post about the best of both PS4 and XBOXOne
Talk of the consoles is always around the corner, so to speak. We have heard everything from the speculation that Xbox One will not be able to be used without a high speed Internet connection to the idea that both consoles will support an almost unheard of resolution that is not widespread in the modern household. Here are the key selling points and features.
The Playstation 4 is making a push towards the next generation. The rumored technical specifications reveal a bit about the Playstation 4.
The Playstation 4 will be bringing an 8-core processor, from AMD, for your gaming needs. The processor is going by the codename Jaguar. Other than raw processing power, it is bringing a powerful graphics processing unit, but the specifications for that unit have not yet been released to the public. The graphics processor will be shipping with 8 gigabytes of GDDR5.
The controller will be almost identical to that of the Playstation 3, but it will be bringing a touchpad where the start and select buttons used to be. It is also bringing a new feature, a 3D tracking light panel.
In addition to a slick new controller, the Playstation 4 will also bring a 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) for your viewing pleasure. This has been confirmed to be in the works for both games and movies.
As a new feature, Sony is going to be promoting a new method of social media. You will be able to observe your friend’s games. If they are willing, and doing badly enough, you could take control of the game and play for them.
The Xbox One is intent on releasing this year. And unlike Sony, Microsoft is not afraid of being the first to release its console, just like the Xbox 360.
Unlike the Playstation 4, Microsoft has yet to release the details for its powerful new processor, but it is going to be an AMD based chip. It will have 8 gigabytes of on board memory to support the processor. The details on the graphics processing unit have yet to be released. But you will have plenty for storage, since the Xbox One is coming with 500 gigabytes of storage space.
The controller for this Xbox One is to stay virtually the same, minus a few tweaks. You can expect the controller will still have the Xbox 360’s charm.
The Xbox One is also going to support 4K resolution, although it is unknown whether this will be available to games or just movies.
Do you like voice activation? With the new Kinect sensor, you will be able to relay voice commands to your Xbox One, with commands such as playing movies, opening a browser or a video game.
Microsoft is adopting an interesting sharing strategy for the Xbox One. Any game you upload to the cloud will be able to be shared among your friends. You could even sell the game to your friend, and then you lose access to the game. Your friend would have full access to the game if you chose to sell it.
Both machines have a similar hardware layout, but the features will apply to different groups of people. Both machines are practically neck and neck regardless of where you look.
Crikey, has it really come to my Digital Devil Saga 2 review? It’s that game about cannibalism!. Hooray.
Better or worse that the first? Gameplay wise around the same, story wise, a lot better
Still about eating people? Yep
I’ve kind of been following E3. I’m not about to get a PS4 or anything, but I love knowing what games are about to be released. I found this:
Best of E3 Gamergraphic – by the team at NetVoucherCodes.co.uk
Here’s what I care about:
Thanks to fan of cute things, Julian Kay I finally got to play a game I’ve wanted to play since I was a kid. Enjoy my Yoshi’s Island review.
Yoshi is the best: Yes he is
Why did you want to play this game so much? I had a walkthrough of one of the Yoshi games from a Nintendo magazine.
I would like to thank nice guy Julian Kay for allowing me to do this Warioland 4 review.
Isn’t it like Mario but with Wario? THere are some similar aspects, but no, not really.
Biggest Difference? There are objects you HAVE to collect.
Hi guys, here’s a guest post by Mark about how online gaming has changed over time, hope you enjoy!
The days of gaming online being just a means to pass time has long gone. Gaming today is educational, entertaining, and for some, it’s even a form of income.
I honestly don’t know why I’ve not done a Sonic R review before now. I guess it didn’t occur to me that I’d completed it.
R is for..? Racing! Although the back cover had a slew of things R could mean… but it meant racing.
Isn’t Sonic the “fastest thing alive”? You’d think he’d always win but… you know…
Today we have a guest post by SEOno about a hilarious way to fix a glitch in Skyrim!
For all its charm, Skyrim is a helluva glitchy game. Perhaps one of the most worrying bugs I’ve come across – as I thought I’d have to restart my game file – is the missing follower glitch, which is when your follower disappears but they haven’t died, so you’re unable to recruit a new one, however you’re unable to find them absolutely anywhere, leaving you followerless (if that’s even a word).
Sometimes fast travelling to a new location can fix it – they’ll just ‘catch up’ to you. Also, certain quests replace your follower with another one: this is the case with Proving Honor, with Farkas replacing your follower, however Farkas meets you at the quest location (rather than following you there), which has ended up confusing people and wondering why they can’t recruit a new follower in the meantime.
For me however… I lost my follower and I searched everywhere to try and find them. I nearly gave up until I accidentally stumbled upon the solution in the funniest circumstances possible.
Hello all, welcome to my Princess Maker 2 review. It’s a very Japanese game, that I just had to play, and have played several times.
Console I played it for PC but…
What is “Princess Maker”? You raise a young girl to become a princess, as it says
What do you mean “very Japanese” Well, it’s a sim game about raising a little girl, and there’s also an RPG part…