Starting at the beginning of March, gamers will be able to buy the Alienware Alpha gaming console that among other features, allows them to play PC games on Xbox consoles.
Virtual Reality is making a steady comeback, but ALESSANDRO BARBOSA of Lazygamer.net believes 2015 will be the year that it will explode, especially with cheaper devices like the Razer OSVR making its way onto the market.
This Friday the 13th, Nintendo is aiming on overturning the superstition and misfortune that comes with it by announcing a range of new hardware and software releases.
Sony Mobile and Sony Computer Entertainment have launched PS4 Remote Play which lets users play PS4 games on Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact and Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact devices.
Nintendo has released a system update for Nintendo 3DS that will allow console owners to customise the Home screen, icons and backgrounds.
Last night, Microsoft launched the much anticipated Xbox One in South Africa. Gamers can buy the console from leading retail outlets for R6 299, or can get the console with Kinect for R8 000.
FNB customers can pre-order the Xbox One, which they can pay for over 24 months.
Shadow Ninjas will be appearing on the Conquer Online community with new skills and a weapon to help defeat their enemies – the Dark Ninjas.
Microsoft is offering selected gamers Xbox Live credit for use on games or downloadable content when they buy the XBox One, writes ZOE HAWKINS.
Rumour and hype dominated the run-up to this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles. For once, writes RACHEAL DANE, some of it turned out to be true.”,”body-href”:””}]