These new drives are designed to run HDD storage optimised for game console needs at an impressively affordable price.
Xbox is there. PlayStation isn’t officially but it kinda is. All the big brands have already shown us a lot and there’s still more to come – so what’s looking good and what’s lurking in the days ahead? Seamus and Kosta Andreadis talk it through on the latest High Resolution.
Human rights commission wants to slow down facial recognition and AI, do CIOs need a better grasp of HR needs, Twitter sub pricing revealed, plus Acer, Zwift and more.
Returnal seems brilliant, yet I need to keep playing Sackboy and other gentle games where the stakes are lower and the energy is friendly. And I’ve decided to be OK with that.
A new trailer for Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart is out which shows off more stunning gameplay and reveals the new Lombax’s name.
This week on the show we’re examining Nintendo Direct and Sony’s State of Play to see what’s exciting us in 2021’s videogame line up.
While PlayStation’s State of Play presentation didn’t show much new stuff, there were lots of details on upcoming games worth checking out.
Solar Ash from Heart Machine, the studio behind Hyper Light Drifter, gets a gorgeous new trailer showing gameplay similar to The Pathless.
Deathloop’s latest trailer showed more than time-looping action, it also boasted a cinematic song worthy of a James Bond opening sequence.
Final Fantasy VII Remake’s getting a big upgrade on PS5, known as Intergrade, including an all-new episode starring Yuffie & a Moogle poncho.
The year was 2000, and the PlayStation 2 invited players to the Third Place, an abstract Lynchian creation reminiscent of the Black Lodge.
Liara, Tali, Garrus, Miranda – all characters I’ll be romancing all over again when Mass Effect Legendary Edition releases this May.
It’s been ‘interesting’, but here’s some brilliant TV, tech, games, and standout moments that delighted, inspired or helped us along the way.
The Pathless is a beautiful new title from the team at Giant Squid. Find out what makes it so special in our review.
Sure, you’ll save $150 on the console, but in the long run you’re going to end up way behind. Here’s the maths that proves it.
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a PlayStation 5 launch title which improves upon it’s predecessor in almost every way.