Platforms And Hardware
8 February 2017

Kin Boon |8 months ago

It’s a fact that console makers need full third-party support for their products to thrive, as one can only depend so much on first-party games. Nintendo learned this lesson the hard way with the Wii U, as the lack of third-party games was one of the reasons why it’s the worst ... Read more

Riez |8 months ago

All this while, any Nintendo 3DS gamers that you know would have their console registered either under any of the US states or Canada. This is so that they could purchase digital copies of their games rather than hunting for the physical copies out in the open market. However, for the past 5 ... Read more

6 February 2017

Kin Boon |8 months ago

Hero shooters are gaining traction nowadays, with Overwatch setting the standards in the genre due to its popularity, playerbase, and positive reviews. These games are generally played on PC, but console players get to enjoy Blizzard’s latest IP as well. With that said, it’s not ... Read more

2 February 2017

Kin Boon |9 months ago

Important details of the Nintendo Switch was revealed last month in a live stream event, much to the joy of fans who have been looking forward to knowing more about Nintendo’s revolutionary home console. Besides the relevant info such as retail price and the release date, most ... Read more

16 January 2017

Kin Boon |9 months ago

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been confirmed as part of the launch lineup for the Nintendo Switch after months of speculation. The open world RPG looks to be a must-have game for the Switch, but fans might be required to do some extra shopping for memory cards, consider ... Read more

13 January 2017

David Tan |9 months ago

The Nintendo Switch Presentation just ended a few hours ago and we are as excited as everyone out there who is going get one. As for the long-awaited price announcement of the console, the Nintendo Switch will be available for USD$300, arrives worldwide on March 3rd! With that said, h ... Read more

5 January 2017

Melvyn Tan |10 months ago

There used to be Gaikai and Onlive, competing services that'd let us stream games to our PCs and let us play them without worrying about our system requirements. Ironically, they ended up getting acquired by Sony, with their technology used for Sony's PlayStation Now streaming s ... Read more

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