Over 100 New Games Added to Playstation Now Subscription Service

November 3, 2015 0

Sony has announced that today they’ve added 105 new games to their Playstation Now subscription service, bringing the total number of games to over 250. This release is by far the biggest release of new content for the streaming service, which launched last year. The service allows users to either […]

Active Video Games Can Improve Agility and Balance, Study Finds

November 3, 2015 0

Has anyone ever told you that video games are bad for your health? Good news, science says they’re wrong. In fact, whoever said that to you couldn’t be further from the truth, according to a recent study from Kaohsiung Medical University in Taiwan. This study, published by the U.S. National […]

Video Game Therapy May Help Treat Bulimia Nervosa

November 1, 2015 0

A new study published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology has found that video game therapy, in this instance through playing the game Playmancer, can help treat bulimia nervosa, an eating disoder which effects over 3 million people annually. For the study, participants took part in four weeks of gaming […]

Sony Breaks Their Own Sales Record With The PS4

October 31, 2015 0

Sony has a knack for selling consoles, and I mean a lot of them, but this time they might have outdone themselves. The Playstation 4’s annual charts have come in and once again, they’re far surpassing the competition. Globally their numbers are over 100,000 more units sold per month than […]

The Ten Best and Worst Games of The New Console Generation (So Far)

October 31, 2015 0

Using data from the review compilation websites GameRankings.com and MetaCritic.com, we’ve compiled a list of the ten best, and the ten worst games of the new console generation (Xbox One, PS4 and Wii U) so far. The Top Ten: Grand Theft Auto V (Xbox One, PS4) – Average score: 97.2% […]

Action Video Games Enhance Visual Motor Control, Finds New Study

October 31, 2015 0

A study titled Action Videogame Play Improves Visual Motor Control, published in the September, 2015 issue of the Journal of Visualized Experiments, has found the “first empirical evidence for a causal link between action gaming (for as short as five hours playing) and enhancement in visual motor control”, which has […]

This Game is WiLD

October 31, 2015 0

Michel Ancel, the guy who brought Rayman into this world, has now brought his world to us. During Paris Games Week, Ancel was on hand to give gamers a much closer look at his newest endeavor, WiLD, after having left players wanting for more last year at Gamescom 2014. WiLD […]

The 10 Best Zombie Games Ever Created

October 30, 2015 0

Although zombies and video games have gone hand-in-hand for decades, the combination has never been more prevalent – and popular – than it is today. In honor of this, we’ve compiled a list of what we feel are the 10 best zombie video games ever created. Here we go: 10. […]

Xbox Live Games with Gold for November, 2015 Announced

October 28, 2015 0

Microsoft has announced the November Lineup for their Xbox Live Games with Gold program, which supplies Xbox One and Xbox 360 users with two free games each month. This time around – and for all future months – Xbox One owners will receive the free games for both consoles (meaning […]

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood Announced as Playstation VR Exclusive

October 27, 2015 0

Until Dawn, the horror adventure game which released in August on the Playstation 4 to critical admiration, will have a stand-alone expansion released next year, exclusive to the Playstation VR (Sony’s forthcoming virtual reality device). Until Dawn: Rush of Blood was announced today at Paris Games Week, during Sony’s press […]

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