The first technical details for Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes have been released by Konami and it seems the PS4 version is top of the tree.
I have been cast out. Shunned and alienated by my band of brothers. Discarded beneath the long shadows of frown laden faces.
Microsoft have stated that ‘Illumiroom’, the tech that projects images around the traditional TV set to enhance the immersion within games will be unlikely to ever see the light of day due to costs.
The much derided Microsoft Points system used for purchasing online content on Xbox 360 is to be scrapped.
Honestly, I’ve never really been a fan of these unboxing videos, I see them as a cruel and twisted form of tormenting me.
In a move that is sure to please a whole army of gamers, Microsoft, has said they will continue to support the Xbox 360 for ‘years’ to come regardless of the sight of the Xbox One looming large on the horizon.
Here in my own little bubble where reality takes a backseat to fantasy and I’m a reasonably respected writer and authority on all things gaming, it also stands to reason that the good folks at both Microsoft and Sony are willing to do what it takes to make me buy their new consoles.
Although the latest generation of games consoles are still alive and kicking the end is definitely in sight.
The opening lines in the next chapter of the Playstation and Xbox have been read. Microsoft read them like a dyslexic Brit holidaying in some far flung land trying to order a full English. Much confusion ensued, followed quickly by a mix of anger and disillusion, before the translator rushed in and hastily mended the …
So as we all know by now the mighty Microsoft basically buckled last night and did a complete u-turn on their initial, and controversial, policies in relation to their new baby, Xbox One. It seems the opening blows of the next gen console war have been struck by the gamers themselves with pre-order PS4 preferences …