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.
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The Quickflix unlimited movie streaming train keeps on rolling to new devices, with the entertainment company today announcing that it will launch WatchNow on the Xbox 360 later this year.
I’ve wanted a second Xbox 360 controller for ages, but the idea of paying 70 bucks for something I’ll only use when I have mates around or my son gets old enough to use it just doesn’t compute. But for $35, it’s time to spend the money.
After the massive overload of AAA titles in March, this month is going to be a bit quieter on the gaming front. Of course, that doesn’t mean there’s not stuff to spend your money on…
A copy of The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn is sitting in the EFTM PlayStation 3 console, but is it good enough to have us dusting off the old Tintin series by Ellipse Nelvana, ready to watch after a good thumb exercise?
If you bought a Kinect and have lamented the lack of proper Australian voice controls over the past 12 months, get ready to update – Microsoft has confirmed it will be rolling out its next big update on December 6.
Fans of the NBA are in a spot of discomfort at the moment, as players fight the association about how many millions they should be paid without actually playing any basketball. Fortunately, 2K Sports has delivered a masterful recreation of the sport that more than makes up for the ongoing industrial action.
Any true lover of motoring and racing games will know that driving a performance car with your thumbs is just plain crazy – you need to get your hands on a wheel! Microsoft has just released its new offering – the Wireless Speed Wheel. Trev tested it in his man cave.
If there’s a segment of the gaming market that is fuelled by testosterone and machismo, it’s first person shooters. Make the FPS a quasi-realistic modern day shooter like Battlefield 3, and you’ve got yourself a good old fashioned sausage fest. But that doesn’t mean it’s not a lot of fun…
You don’t need to be a gamer to appreciate the intricate story and 1940s awesome of LA Noire – you just need to own a PC, PS3 or Xbox 360. And let’s face it, most of you do.