Greg Gazin - November 24th, 2012
If you subscribe to Netflix, you can watch movies more or less from virtually any computer and most gaming consoles, including Nintendo’s latest gaming machine, the Wii U. What’s unique, is Netflix, running on this new console, can take advantage of the machines two-screen integration enabling a totally new browsing and viewing experience in full HD.
Steve Tilley - June 6th, 2011
In Kinect Star Wars, you'll be able to chop droids up with lightsaber slashes. Insert obligatory Jar Jar Binks reference here.
I just want to sit on my butt and play games!
That’s how I felt after the lights came up in the University of Southern California’s Galen Center (which, on an unrelated note, apparently has a structure called the Tilley Tower) after Microsoft’s Electronic Entertainment Expo press conference earlier today. The flashy, glitzy, 90-minute presentation was very heavy on Kinect games and Kinect integration into the Xbox 360 experience, and not surprisingly so – as the only one of the big three players who isn’t introducing new hardware at this E3, Microsoft was pushing Kinect so hard it sometimes felt a bit… well, forced.
Chris Vandergaag - January 28th, 2011
Early yesterday morning, Sony bosses officially unveiled the successor to the Playstation Portable mobile gaming device, temporarily dubbed the NGP (or Next Generation Portable) at a press event in Tokyo. Pricing information was not announced, nor were complete tech specs, but the new device appears to be capable of graphical fidelity approaching that of the Playstation 3, and will undoubtedly lay claim to the title of most powerful and full-featured gaming handheld.
Steve Tilley - January 21st, 2011
Forget the special effects extravaganzas that will be melting your eyeballs at the local multiplex this year. It turns out the biggest 3D entertainment event of 2011 might just take place in the palm of your hand.