Tom Clancy’s The Division has been a terrific hit and there are many websites and lots of content available for those who wish to indulge. I share the best of what I’ve found.
If, like me, you’re an online gamer then gaining maximum performance from your network is critical. The following is a compilation of a number of articles I’ve written on the subject plus a number of new suggestions.
The beta program for PlayStation 4’s next major system software update, version 3.50 (codenamed MUSASHI), kicks off tomorrow. We look at some of the key features they’re adding to PS4 in this update.
I’ve been recently championing Game, supporting our local high street gaming stores. But that’s now all changed – find out why.
PS4’s 3.00 system software, codename: Kenshin, is available tomorrow. There are a lot of changes in this update, from entirely new features to UI enhancements.
Today the beta release of the PlayStation 4’s version 3.0 firmware (codename: Kenshin) is released to those lucky enough to be on the beta programme. For everyone else, there is no current release date but details of what is currently included in the system update has been released.
Trigger Treadz are stick-on, rubber grips for your gaming controller triggers.
Why should you buy from Game rather than convenience of an online Amazon order? Find out why.
The latest firmware update, known as “Yukimura”, for the PS4 is due today. Find out what’s included.
The PS4 comes with a 500GB hard drive. On paper that sounds quite generous but with individual games often taking up 10% or more of this a time, it doesn’t take the avid gamer long to fill this. Thankfully Sony have made the procedure to replace the drive very, very simple.