Gaming

Nintendo has sold over 52 million Switch consoles

Over the holiday quarter it seemed most companies did pretty well with sales, Apple had record sales of the iPhone 11 and revenue and profit was up too. Now Nintendo has revealed its sales figures for the most recent period. Nintendo sold 10.81 million Nintendo Switch units over the holidays which is now a total of 52.48 million in total, up to the end of last year. The company is […]

Fortnite on iOS now supports 120FPS gameplay

This week, Epic Games released a significant update for Fortnite, the hugely popular multiplayer game which is on iOS, Android, Xbox and every platform you can think of. The newest update, amongst other updates now supports 120 frames per second on the latest generation of iPad Pro, which is the 2018 model. Fortnite for iOS is now on version 11.40 and this now includes better support for controllers as well […]

Apple Arcade exclusive, ‘Assemble with Care’ is coming to PC next year

One of the standout games on Apple Arcade at the moment, is Assemble with Care which is a very nicely designed assembly puzzle game which walks you though taking items, such as cassette players, watches and old phones. Each one of them doesn’t work for any given reason and its your task to take it apart, work out why it isn’t working and then put it back together. Well, a […]

New GTA Online heist coming tomorrow

On Thursday 12th December, Rockstar is rolling out a brand new heist to Grand Theft Auto Online, called ‘The Diamond Casino & Resort’. “The Diamond Casino Heist is an all-new approach to Heist architecture and execution: one huge gameplay-packed operation as you work with the Cheng family to infiltrate the most secure building in all of Los Santos.” The casino opened up in July and now you’ll be able to […]

Minecraft on PS4 now supports cross-platform play

From today, Minecraft gamers on PlayStation will finally be able to play with other people who use other devices, such as Xbox One, PCs and Nintendo Switch. Mojan has updated the PS4 version of the game to support cross-platform gameplay, Minecraft on PS4 is now on the Bedrock version. If you want to use cross-platform play with someone, everyone involved will need to have at least version 1.14 for it […]

The original Sony PlayStation launched 25 years ago today

25 years a really long time in the tech world, and exactly 25 years ago to this date Sony launched the original PlayStation to the world in Japan on 3rd December 1994. The whole premise is that, late into the 1980s Nintendo wanted to produce a CD-ROM accessory for the then – upcoming Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). To do this, Nintendo reached out to Sony to help make this […]

Rockstar releases its own PC game launcher

Rockstar has followed suit with EA, Ubisoft and others by launching its own PC game launcher, providing an easier way to access all of your Rockstar games. It also enables cloud save for games as well as automatic updates. Also, if you install the game launcher soon you’ll be able to bag yourself a free copy of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. You can download the game on Rockstars website […]

Minecraft now has 112 million players – a month

Minecraft is a huge platform and whilst it has been around for over 10 years now (it was introduced back in May 2009) it has become a massive game, and since Mojang launched the game, Microsoft has acquired Mojang and the overall game has changed quite a bit too. In an interview from Helen Chiang from Microsoft with Business Insider she explained that the game now has 112 million active […]

Sony is now allowing users to change PSN Online ID names

Sony is finally catching up with Microsoft on a feature which the Xbox has had for a number of years now, the ability to change your user ID for the PlayStation network. As of last week, Sony has now enabled the option for users to change their PSN Online ID. Your first change is free of charge, which is nice but any additional changes to your ID will cost $10 […]

Apple Arcade – World’s first gaming subscription service for mobile and desktop

Arcade Apple Arcade is a new gaming subscription service available on all Mac and iOS devices and will be released this fall / autumn. This gaming subscription service is unlike it’s competitors Microsoft, Google, Nvidia and Sony who use cloud streaming. Instead this new gaming service is exclusively for titles that can be installed from the iOS or Mac App Stores and used for offline gaming. Ann Thai (Senior Product […]