Sony Project Morpheus VR Headset for PS4

Sony's taken the covers off Project Morpheus, the company's ambitious virtual reality technology system for the PlayStation 4. A prototype headset was shown off at this week's Game Developers Conference happening in San Francisco during an event entitled "Driving the...

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Project CARS ‘From the Sky’ Trailer

We've shared a gameplay trailer for the open-source racing game Project CARS a while back, and here we are again with another gripping trailer showcasing some of the progress that's been made in its pre-alpha phase. The trailer's in ultra-high-def...

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Xbox One Forza Motorsport 5 Bundle

Here's something that might tip the scale for car fans that are considering a next-gen video game console like the Xbox One or Sony PS4. Through a limited time, limited availability bundle, Microsoft's offering up an Xbox One for the...

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Project CARS Gameplay Trailer

Project CARS is a crowd-funded racing game that's said to be more realistic than the ones currently on the market. 80,000 racing and gaming fans supported the development of the game with donations that have exceed 3.75M Euro. Essentially, you'll...

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Sony PlayStation 4

Sony PlayStation 4

With the E3 Expo fully underway in sunny Los Angeles, one of the most highly anticipated announcements of the day was the official unveiling of Sony’s PlayStation 4. It features powerful graphics and speed mixed with intelligent personalization and deeply integrated social capabilities that take advantage of the second-screen phenomenon. The games are said to be explosive and there’s a strong lineup of PlayStation exclusives that will make this purchase decision even easier. Some titles already announced for the PS4 include Killzone: Shadow Fall, inFamous Second Son, Driveclub and Knack as well as partner titles Destiny, Diablo III, Deep Down and Watch Dogs.

Some standout features of the PS4 include the new DUALSHOCK 4 controller with touch pad, three-axis accelerometer and three-axis gyroscope, and rechargeable battery. There are also two high-sensitive cameras with 85-degree diagonal angle views for enhanced depth perception. The controller’s connection powered via Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR while the system also features 802.11 b/g/n wireless network connectivity, Ethernet, and USB ports.

The Sony PlayStation 4 is due to release on December 31st but you can pre-order the console now through Amazon.

Google Ingress

Google Ingress

Google’s Niantic Labs has dropped a new multi-player gaming platform for mobile users, dubbed Ingress. Your real-world location is turned into a virtual world, by way of virtual layering after your location’s been determined. Users fight for territory against opposing factions while the game is sure to take Augmented Reality to new heights. Complex capturing systems allow players to capture nearby building and areas located by using your GPS. Players can work together to capture a bundle of close-by areas to expand their faction territory, or fight to gain other factions’ territories.

Currently an invite-only beta application, you can gain access to Ingress by applying here.

Surprise | Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Trailer

Surprise | Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Trailer

With us being less than two weeks away from the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, we get a new trailer, this one being directed by Guy Ritchie and boy does it show. “Surprise” is a live action trailer that’s filled with near-future weaponry and some legit cameos as well. You can pre-order now through COD and receive the bonus Nuketown 2025 multiplayer map and access to the Double XPLaunch Weekend.