The launch of the next generation gaming consoles has given game developers a new set of tools, a new power, a new specification to build games to and Forza 5 may just be the perfect example of that. It’s stunning to look at, stunning to drive and has new features that bring a new style […]
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I can still remember lining up at Midnight well over a decade ago for the original Xbox. It was such a great thing, and I didn’t quite know why. Over the years the concept has evolved, changed looks the newer 360 version was released yet at its core it was a games machine which took […]
Parents across the world, and in particular here in Australia know the feeling of digging deep into the pockets for a new Skylanders figure for the kids. It’s a phenomenon – millions are spent each year on one of the most popular toy on the shelves and this Christmas you can expect the kids to […]
The F1 computer game from Codemasters is for diehard fans an annual tradition. We wait for it to come, then we engross ourselves into every track and every race. The 2013 version is coming soon and offers a fantastic new feature for the purists and lovers of 80′s and 90′s F1 – Classic cars, and […]
There are a stack of driving games on the market, so competing for the attention of fickle men in a crowded market is a tough ask. The latest Need for Speed title does a pretty good job at it though, delivering a cracker game!
The boffins at NASA have finally decided to turn their overwhelming intelligence to a significant cause – creating videogames. And you can get the first NASA game for free from Xbox Live.
The biggest problem with the otherwise impressive Foxtel on Xbox service was the arbitrary restriction it placed on availability it placed on people who lived outside Foxtel’s broadcast area. Today, that all changed.
At the E3 conference in LA overnight, Microsoft unveiled the next big development for Xbox gaming. Dubbed SmartGlass, it lets you interact with your games using your phone or tablet while you button mash your way to glory.
Foxtel on Xbox is one of the best ways to watch Pay TV exclusive sporting events without signing up for an extended contract. And now it gets even better, integrating Kinect voice commands into its functionality.
A week after the launch of the updated Xbox 360 dashboard featuring the new ‘metro’ look and voice controls, the first Australian content has hit – it’s SBS ON DEMAND. Sorry about the shouting but that’s the name!