Tomorrow is a huge day for the gaming and technology industry. The video released by Sony last month ending with ‘#Playstation2013’ revealed Wednesday 20th February as a date to anticipate. As if there was any doubt that this would be the announcement of the Playstation 4, Sony have released a collection of videos detailing the history of each Playstation console.
Nintendo might be in a spot of bother. Despite positive reviews and pretty successful sales figures in the first month after launch, the Wii U has failed to keep customers coming.
J.J. Abrams and Valve’s Gabe Newell have revealed that the two are discussing the possibilities of releasing a game together, as well as making a film based on either Portal or Half Life.
It’s been strongly rumoured that both Sony and Microsoft are planning on releasing their new consoles this year, and Sony might have just given the most solid piece of evidence to support those rumours. In a video uploaded by the company yesterday, Sony showed off the iconic Playstation controller buttons, ending by displaying a 20th February date.
Epic Citadel has launched on Android, and is now available on Google Play and the Amazon App Store. The app is more of a demonstration of the Epic’s Unreal Engine 3, which has created a simply stunning medieval kingdom for you to walk around in first person. Previously, Epic Citadel was only available on iOS, however now that it’s made the jump it can be viewed on the latest popular Android tablets, such as the Nexus 10, which has an incredible screen for viewing applications like this.
The Crysis 3 beta is available to download on PS3, XBOX 360 and PC. Graphically, the game is very similar to Crysis 2, however a number of new features and game modes have been included, some of which are accessible in this beta.
EA is now allowing Windows users to sign up for a beta version of SimCity. However the company are only allowing users to play the unfinished product for 1 hour, leaving you desperate for more.
Temple Run is back and crazier than ever, but will it catch on like it did last time?
Google Maps is without a doubt the best map service on desktop, mobile or tablet. But it’s missing one thing. War.
Today Xbox users have been treated to an official Vimeo app, for viewing high quality content straight through their consoles.