Looking to become the next YouTube or Twitch.TV sensation? You’re going to need a capture device in order to do so. Lucky for you, they’re on sale over on Amazon.
Microsoft is expected to release a wearable device compatible with the Xbox One at some point in 2015, according to Xbox One supplier. Exertis, Joe Officer.
Sony announced today that they will be releasing a limited edition PS4, in celebration of the original PlayStation’s release, in Japan, twenty years ago today. It reminds us of a simpler time, before Sony decided to start making their consoles exclusively black.
The “original grey” PS4 features the original “four-color” PlayStation logo, etchings of the iconic shapes of the four main buttons of the PlayStation controller (as well as the number “2,” for the twentieth anniversary), and a small aluminum plate in the lower right corner. This plate denotes which number of the limited edition you have. Did I mention? Only 12,300 units are [...]
ASTRO’s A50 Wireless and A40 headsets have finally arrived for a truly personal 7.1 Surround experience on the Xbox One.
ROCCAT have released their latest multi-function gaming mouse, the TYON. The purpose-built gaming peripheral follows the existing trend within gaming devices of featuring a sleek black design, with a sweat-proof coating to prevent slippage.
It’s been over a decade since SteelSeries dropped their award-winning Siberia headset loine, and while we were enthralled by the controller and Eye Tracker they showed us at E3, we’re beyond ecstatic that SteelSeries has returned to what they do best: awesome gaming headsets.
NVIDIA have made their new gaming tablet the NVIDIA SHIELD open for pre-order for an October 1st release.
I’ve kept a close eye on the Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) long before it became available publicly at this years Game Developer Conference (GDC-2014), for a nominal fee of $20.00 (USD). The unreal engine is beautiful and powerful, and gives indie game developers like myself an opportunity to create games on a similar level as fully-funded studios.
If you’ve been following the Samsung rumor mill you’re probably familiar with the new partnership between Oculus and Samsung. There was an official announcement today along with some pictures, and additional information. The new headset will be called Gear VR and is made for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
Following the success of the original Elgato Game Capture HD, Elgato have announced a re-imagined version of the device with some improvements. Most notably, the ability to record gameplay footage at 1080p – 60fps, something that many devices in this field struggle to achieve.