This week has been an interesting one, with lots of stories of patching games up - such as Assassin's Creed: Unity, Far Cry 4 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection. We also talk about Sony cutting down on its investment into TVs and smartphones, putting it more into its PlayStation division, and Blood Sport; the intravenous line that would take blood from you when you get hit in a game, yeah - it was a real thing, but not any more.
I also talked about the various Driveclub problems on the PS4, GTA V for PC having 'Just For PC' specific features like a video editor, major bans for CS:GO gamers, and Ubisoft telling gamers not to trust early reviews of The Crew. We also quickly discussed Sony's new image sensor, that could blow minds next year.
The last week or so in the world of technology has been a busy one, with one of the most impressive things teased was from GIGABYTE. The company teased their super-small, factory-overclocked GeForce GTX 970. We see it fitting into a Mini-ITX motherboard, with a WindForce-like cooler, and a single 8-pin PCIe power connector.
Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, PayPal, eBay and Tesla Motors has warned the world that the pioneer of AI will be "summoning the devil". From there, we have Netflix teasing three new original shows coming out next year, and much more. Check out the Podcast above.
Our latest gaming Podcast is out, where we talk about some of the biggest things that have happened in the last week in the gaming world. This includes Activision and Sledgehammer Games asking PC gamers to have 6GB of RAM and 55GB of HDD space to run Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Microsoft having issues to build a screenshot taking ability into the Xbox One, Naughty Dog promising 1080p at 60FPS for future games on the PS4, GTA V rumored to be at 1080p on the PS4 which reportedly looks amazing, and much more. Check it out, below.
This week, we reboot our Podcast, where I sit down and discuss the huge issue of Ubisoft's games running at 30FPS. This includes Assassin's Creed: Unity running at 30FPS, The Division locked at 30FPS, The Crew also at 30FPS, oh and did I mention Far Cry 4 at 30FPS? What about
Well, the Podcast above has me blabbering on for around half an hour, talking about it all. Not only that, but I discuss the problem the 'next-gen' consoles are going to have over the next few years, the prospects of a subscription-based Steam Box which could radically change the gaming market, and the entire technology sector.
A lot has happened in the world of technology in the past week or so, something I discuss in our Weekly Tech Podcast, which you can watch below.
There's lots to talk about, with Intel teasing its new 15-core Xeon processor, MasterCard and Visa pushing in a new PIN-based credit card to the US, Netflix announcing a third season of House of Cards and much more. Tune in to get the latest in tech news!
The week just gone in the gaming world was quite hot for news, with some big stories breaking over the past week - something we cover in Podcast #12.
Lots happened in the gaming world over the past week, with EA coming out and calling Battlefield 4 an "exceedingly successful product", Flappy Bird coming in and out of our lives, over 15 million copies of Diablo 3 have now been sold, Titanfall beta registrations opening up, and a new police-themed Battlefield title is reportedly in development with Visceral Games.
We just posted up Podcast #10, which covered all things tech, but Podcast #11 is all about games. We now have two Podcasts, one for tech, and one separately for games.
We cover a bunch of topics in this Podcast, including DICE and its apologies to gamers through Battlefield 4, Microsoft acquiring the rights to the Gears of War franchise, the tease of Far Cry 4, and how The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is pushing next-gen consoles to their limits... already.
Our first Podcast for 2014, where we're now officially splitting them into two. Instead of having one giant Podcast, we're going to have a Tech Podcast, and Game Podcast.
This will be easier to digest, as we have a legion of game fans, as well as tech fans. Plenty happens in both worlds during the week, so starting with tech, we have lots to talk about. Qualcomm teasing 8K smartphones, Lenovo purchasing Motorola Mobility from Google for $2.91 billion, and much more. Tune in above to check it out!
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Were back with yet another podcast, and since our last one was all about gaming we thought that we would toss this one together to cover all of the major stories in tech from the past week. First on our agenda is a report that clues us in on the US military ponying up $50 million after getting caught pirating software. From there we move onto Netflix, Bitcoins, and Google's love for Apple Mac devices. We finish things up with some commentary on the big announcement from OCZ this week.
The next-generation consoles are here as well as a ton of new gaming news. This week we decided to shoot a series of podcast since there was just too much news to cover. Our first podcast of the week is dedicated entirely to gaming, and we cover everything from Star Citizen, to the next-gen consoles, and even talk Steam Machines. This is one of the last podcast that will be marked as beta editions, so if there is anything you think we could do better, please let us know by leaving a comment.