The day when pixels of a video game look like an actual real-life image is finally here. Not too long ago, an avid gamer (Captcook96) posted screenshots taken from the racing video game Driveclub on Twitter. Nissan’s Twitter account quickly took notice and asked the gamer if he “took these photos” himself, to which he replied with a resounding yes – though not exactly photos as in “actual photographs”.
This, our dear readers, is an extremely rare prototype of a gaming console that was thought to be entirely destroyed. This particular product has been developed by Sony and Nintendo back in 1991; even before the Sony PlayStation entered the market. Dubbed as the Play Station (yes, with a space), it marked the beginning of a fierce rivalry between these two giant gaming companies.
Minecon happened over the weekend, and Minecraft fans had the opportunity to see the direction Microsoft is taking the game. The big news is that there is another version of the game being released, this time for Windows 10. Unlike the current java based Minecraft on the PC, this one is being built from the ground up for Microsoft’s new operating system.
While most of the attention was directed at the new Radeon R9 Fury X as well as Radeon R9 and R7 300 Series cards during their official Malaysian launch event earlier this week, AMD did bring a couple of surprises to the event. They came in the form of two upcoming graphics cards: the Radeon R9 Nano and a yet to be named graphics card that features dual Fiji GPUs.
It was only few weeks ago at E3 2015 that AMD has finally taken the drape off its latest pride and joy, a brand new GPU chip codenamed Fiji which is the foundation of several graphics card including the Radeon R9 Fury X. As opposed to the company’s Radeon R9 and R7 300 Series graphics cards which is already widely available in our market, it is quite hard to source an R9 Fury X in Malaysia at the moment but that didn’t stop AMD from having an official Malaysian launch event for it earlier this week anyway.
Things might have been rather rocky for Video Games Live (VGL) Malaysia 2015 for the past few days as they might have to relocate and reschedule the show after the management of Putra Stadium has apparently decided to renovate the stadium starting from August. As it turns out though, things are now back on track for VGL Malaysia 2015 as the renovation will only begin after the concert has taken place.
Fallout 4 has become one of the most anticipated games of 2015, which is impressive considering that it was only announced a couple of weeks ago. One fan tried to pre-order the game using bottlecaps – which are the legal currency in the game – and Bethesda has decided to honour the sale; but only because he was the first one to try it.
Batman Arkham Knight has had one of the worst PC game launches in living memory, and it has pushed Warner Bros Games to suspend sales of the game until it can be fixed. The game publisher has post an apology to its fans on the official Arkham Knight forums, and has asked for patience while the game is being fixed. It has also reminded fans who bought the game that they can ask for refunds on Steam if they are not willing to wait.
Logitech’s new MX Anywhere 2 wireless mouse will be making its way to the Malaysian market as early as next month. Featuring the very same Darkfield laser sensor as the very popular Logitech MX Master wireless mouse, it lets the MX Anywhere 2 to track on any surface, including glass.
Even though you can generally game with Apple Mac depending on the model you choose, the company is not so big into gaming when it comes to their computers unlike iPhone and iPad. So, this particular design patent that is newly granted to the company is rather odd because it is a gaming headset – a product that is generally out of their usual focus.
After much delay, Batman: Arkham Knight is now finally available for gamers this week on across all platform including PlayStation 4 and has managed to gather plenty positive reviews (except for the PC version, for obvious reason) from throughout the world. However, if you still have doubt on whether if it is a good addition to your PS4 library, here is a chance for you to try out the game before making your final decision.