Apple TV Reportedly Gaining Native Game Support in March

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A new Apple TV is said to be in the works that will come with native game support that will be compatible with Bluetooth controllers, making the set-top box a mini gaming console of sorts. According to both iLounge and 9to5Mac, the Cupertino-based company will reportedly launch a new Apple TV device at some point […]

Xbox One Users Could See An Open Beta of Titanfall Before Release

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Xbox One users could see a public beta of Titanfall judging by a comment the game’s community manager made on Twitter. Respawn Entertainment’s Abbie Heppe, noted that it was possible users could see an open beta of the first-person shooter turned robot action game in a reply message on the social network on January 18th. […]

Xbox One Was Best-Selling Console in the US Last Month

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The PS4 might have taken the top spot in the very first month of availability when compared to Xbox One sales, but Microsoft’s gaming console has reclaimed the throne for the month of December. According to market research firm NPD Group, the Xbox One was the best-selling gaming console in the US during the month […]

iOS 7 Game Controllers Are Crappy Because of Apple’s Strict Guidelines

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A small crop of iOS 7 gaming controllers have popped up over the last few weeks, allowing iPhone and iPad users the chance to finally use physical buttons to play their favorite iOS games. However, as we’ve experienced over those last few weeks, none of these controllers are actually any good, and according to a […]

Gamer Completes 59 Video Games in One Year — Here’s How He Did It

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How many video games have you actually completed last year? That is, beating the single player campaign? A couple? A few? Maybe even ten? Tim Hage completed 59 video games in 2013, proving that it’s possible to get through that overwhelming stack of games sitting in your entertainment center that you promised you’d get through. […]

Signal RP One Xbox-Style iOS Controller Joins the Herd

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If you think we wouldn’t go all week here at CES without seeing new iOS gaming controller, you’d be very wrong. We’ve already seen one from SteelSeries, which was the first Bluetooth iOS 7 gamepad we’ve seen, but Signal is the second company to introduce such a product. The Signal RP One is an Xbox-style […]

SteelSeries Stratus Is First iOS 7 Controller with Bluetooth

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SteelSeries has announced a new iOS 7 gaming controller that follows in the footsteps of Logitech’s and Moga’s own offerings, but it’s the first one to include Bluetooth, which means it can be used with an iPad or iPod touch as well — something that the other controllers don’t offer. It’s called the SteelSeries Stratus, […]

In-app Purchases Ruining iPad Games a Few Bucks at a Time

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Cut the Rope 2 updates one of the most inventive and fun games to hit the iPad and iPhone. The original boosted the physics game category that featured the cute Om Nom. This creature needed peppermints and the player helped deliver them via some physics puzzles where the user cut ropes to drop candy into his […]

Xbox One Review: One Month Later

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It’s been exactly one month since Microsoft launched the Xbox One and it’s been a pretty wild ride so far. We recently reviewed the console shortly after it launched, saying that it’s a good start for Microsoft and that it’s full of potential, but it’s not really where it needs to be. However, one month later, […]

Best Xbox One Accessories

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The Xbox One has been on the market for several weeks now, but the console is still very young. However, plenty of Xbox One accessories are already available and we should expect more to come in the next few months, but the gear that’s available now is more than enough to please the appetites of […]

Xbox One Kinect Privacy Shield: Gaming’s Tin Foil Hat

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Privacy is a huge concern in this day and age, and it’s not just with computers and the internet. Gaming consoles are also receiving a lot of backlash over whether or not game system manufacturers are collecting your data and using it to their own desire. The Xbox One’s Kinect sensor has been the main […]

Samsung Takes On Sony Playstation PSP with Mobile GamePad for Android

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Samsung is looking to take on mobile gaming consoles like the Nintendo DS and Sony’s Playstation PSP with its new GamePad for Android phones. The Smartphone GamePad and Mobile Console was announced in South Korea by Samsung and is currently available in select European markets and Samsung is promising that availability will hit more regions […]

PS4 in Stock, But There’s a Price to Pay

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Electronics retailer Newegg.com has the PS4 in stock and ready to deliver, but PS4 shoppers will have to budget much more than $399 if they want it delivered in time for Christmas. Rather than sell its limited stock of PS4 consoles as standalone items, NewEgg is selling them as bundles that start at S714.94 and […]

Xbox One Controller: A Step Forward and Another Backward

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Microsoft officially launched the Xbox One late last month. We’ve already given it a good look-over in our full review, saying that it’s a good console that’s full of potential. But one thing that still bothers us is the Xbox One controller. At first glance, it’s an obvious upgrade from the Xbox 360 controller, with […]

PS4 In Stock at Walmart on Sunday

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Walmart announced that on Sunday, December 15 at 8 am local time, it will begin selling new units of the PS4 in stock. The company notes that its “largest shipment” of the PS4 will arrive at stores “across the country,” and will begin selling them starting this coming Sunday. However, while Walmart mentions that it’s its […]

What Is 4K and How Does It Affect You?

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4K has been the the talk of the town these past couple of years, promising higher-resolution videos and higher-resolution displays to go along with that. However, seeing as how the technology is still in its early stages, there’s some mystery as far as what is 4K and what it means for the future of technology […]

Forza 5: The Ultimate Grinding Game

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In the video game world, “grinding” isn’t known as a form of dirty dancing, but rather a method in which a gamer engages in repetitive tasks in a video game in order to level up or gain achievements. It’s the most boring thing in the world to a video gamer, and many games are guilty […]

Not Quite 4K Gaming Laptop Matches Macbook Pro Retina Display

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It might not be 4K, but popular gaming hardware company MSI has announced two new gaming laptops that sport “3K” displays, meaning they come with a native resolution of 2880×1620 squeezed into a 15.6-inch screen. The two laptops go by the same name, GT60, and are just ever so slightly different from one another, with […]

Xbox One Stock Tracking Sites Embraced by Microsoft

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You may remember earlier last month when Apple ordered DMCA takedowns of several third-party Apple product inventory tracking websites; apparently the company doesn’t want consumers to know which stores have what products in stock. However, Microsoft is doing the exact opposite and is actually telling customers about third-party Xbox One stock tracking websites in order […]

Xbox One in Stock at Amazon (Update)

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While most retail stores have sold out of every Xbox One they have (both online and in-store), Amazon is showing that they have standard editions of the Xbox One in stock and ready to ship. Furthermore, there doesn’t seem to be any warning about low stock, but that doesn’t mean you should take your time with […]