Update: Everything You need to Know about Nintendo’s

Nintendo 3DS Video Game Wii Upcoming Games Nintendo 3DS system software is a set of updatable firmware versions and software frontend on the Nintendo 3DS video game console. Here are the most recent Nintendo 3DS system update and the most anticipated upcoming games. Nintendo’s November Direct presentation today at 2PM PST/ 5PM EST will be focused on upcoming Wii U and 3DS titles. You can watch the presentation live above, or refresh this story which we’ll be updating with the most interesting content as it goes live. What are you expecting (or hoping) will be revealed? UPDATE: And that’s a wrap! We’ll be updating this story with the trailers as they become available. The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask HD for 3DS Confirmed Long-rumored and finally confirmed, Nintendo announced that the cult-favorite puzzle mystery entry in the Zelda franchise will come to 3DS Spring 2015. Video about Nintendo 3DS More Details for Code Name: STEAM We’ll have the full trailer for the game embedded above soon, but Nintendo spent a good portion of the presentation laying out the combat for their action RTS Code Name: STEAM. Available Spring 2015. Nintendo announced the game at E3 earlier this year as a 3DS exclusive created in collaboration with Fire Emblem developer Intelligent Systems. Find out more here. Source: Justin Haywald Image source: Eduardo...

A Review to the Improvement of Xbox One

Xbox One Repairs Crawley What could be the new improvement in Xbox One after more than a year since its last release. Crawley Computer Centre offers repairs for Apple Products, Laptops, Desktop, Smartphones, Consoles includin Xbox One Repairs Crawley and in neighboring cities. Slow and steady, the Xbox One gradually improves The Good Microsoft’s Xbox One offers impressive graphics and can integrate and control live TV with Kinect (which will drive the price up by $100). The Xbox One has a slightly better roster of exclusive games going into 2015 compared to that of the PS4. Xbox Live Gold is no longer required for basic streaming apps and synced game-saves, and the Microsoft console has a slightly better selection of those media apps than PS4 at the current time. The Bad Xbox One’s interface isn’t as smooth as PS4’s. Kinect’s live TV integration is fraught with frustrations: Kinect voice commands don’t always work, and the system lacks full DVR integration. PS4 generally delivers slightly better installation times, graphics and performance on cross-platform games so far. Xbox One also lags behind the PS4 in its selection of indie games. The Bottom Line While the PS4 remains our overall preferred choice in the next-gen console race, the Xbox One’s significant first-year course corrections — including a welcome holiday price drop — make it a better deal than ever, and a much better bargain than when it first debuted. It’s been a year since Microsoft and Sony unveiled their new generation consoles, the Xbox One and PS4, which means it’s time to reassess their places in the market. What’s new? What has changed? And of course,...

Sony PlayStation 4: Game console of all time

Sony PlayStation 4 Review Sony’s fourth PlayStation console is fast, sleek and powerful. Its new DualShock gamepad is the best Sony’s ever made. And the console is just getting started. Here’s more about the flagship creations in Sony’s history,Playstation 4 a great gaming for 2015 and beyond. Now one year old, the PlayStation 4 is already well on its way to becoming one of the most successful games consoles of all time. After selling an incredible one million units in just its first 24 hours on sale in the US, the PS4 has now been snapped up by 13 million gamers worldwide. That’s a huge number which is even more impressive when you consider it’s around double the number of Xbox One consoles that have sold in the same time period. The sales gap is growing every day, too. Things certainly don’t look like turning round for the PS4. With more graphical power than the Xbox One, 32 times more system memory than the PS3 and a firm focus on pure gaming experiences rather than media might, the PS4 has established itself as the next-gen console to beat in this generation. It’s a games console built by gamers for gamers and won the hearts and minds of many from the word go, with lots of prospective next-genners left feeling alienated by some of Microsoft’s bizarre policies and choices for the Xbox One – many of which were reversed as a result of a backlash. Video about Sony PlayStation 4 Review What’s more, the PS4 is now available online for £325, less if you shop around a bit, which is...

The latest Nintendo 2DS; Makes Perfect Sense

Nintendo 2DS Review Latest Handheld Console The Nintendo 2DS is a redesign of the Nintendo 3DS, which uses mostly the same software, but differs in physical design. It features a more solid, tablet-like design as opposed to the Nintendo 3DS’ clamshell design. Here’s more about the latest handheld device or possibly become the best-selling device this holidays. Nintendo of late has been a target of ridicule for many a gamer. The failings of the Wii U have become all too apparent, with the consoles inadequacy to live up to the high sale standards of its predecessor and with the recent announcement of the Nintendo 2DS an eyebrow or two has been raised among the gaming community, questioning Nintendo’s grasp on the market.  This latest handheld device, which appears to be a step backwards in terms of hardware, is set to hit stores on October 12th and while there appears to be many skeptical about Nintendo’s strategy, the release of a 2DS makes perfect sense and it could quite possibly become the best-selling device this Christmas.     Video about Nintendo 2DS Review One of the biggest controversies that surrounded the Nintendo 3DS at launch was how the glasses-free 3D effected the eye’s development, especially at a younger age. In an attempt to avoid any possible lawsuits Nintendo slapped a 7+ rating onto their latest handheld consoles, effectively alienating a demographic that, traditionally in the past, Nintendo has had a strong rapport with. The release of the Nintendo 2DS looks set to break down the barriers put up by this isolation as the 3D aspect of the console has been...

Microsoft Xbox One’s first birthday gives away freebies

Microsoft Xbox One’s First Birthday Free Stuff for Xbox One on the celebration of its first year anniversary Celebrate Microsoft Xbox One’s first birthday with fun stats and free gifts. Microsoft is giving away all sorts of freebies with special pictures, backgrounds and free film and TV rentals, while others are to be handed out a little more randomly, ranging from in game DLC to a whole new Microsoft Xbox One bundle. Video about Xbox One Some Xbox One early adopters are going to get a bunch of free goodies from Microsoft as the console celebrates its first anniversary this weekend. Microsoft is giving away free movies, themes, games and consoles to its more dedicated fans. To celebrate the Xbox One’s birthday on Nov. 22, Microsoft is handing the following digital goods: A Year One Gamer Picture New Xbox One backgrounds: A special Year One background as well as an exclusive Day One background for those who unlocked the Day One achievement A Year One background image A free rental of Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn A free rental of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Gods movie and a sampler pack of Dragon Ball Z TV episodes (U.S. and Canada only) To receive those freebies, you’ll need to have purchased an Xbox One before Nov. 11, 2014 in one of the console’s 13 launch markets. You’ll also need to be at least 17 years old and have 10 hours of Xbox One usage. Read more here. Source: Michael McWhertor Image source: Jeffrey...

Buy An Xbox One And Get Any Game For Free

Xbox One Free Game Microsoft’s Game Console One of the best ways to keep up with the competition in the market is to find strategies that give interest to consumers. Microsoft has a great offer that if you buy an Xbox One you will get any of the game for free. The offer is valid for any retail Xbox One game, and the offer is good for our Xbox One system. Check out this article for more information. Microsoft is offering a sweet deal over the next week to gamers looking to buy an Xbox One. Between September 7 and September 13, Microsoft will give one free game to anyone who buys an Xbox One, Xbox One with Kinect, Xbox One Madden NFL 15 bundle, or Xbox One Forza Motorsport 5 bundle, the company announced on Thursday. Unlike some other past promotions from Microsoft and other console makers that required gamers to choose between a selection of titles, Microsoft is offering the free deal on any game that’s available at the time of purchase. That means everything from Titanfall to the highly anticipated Destiny is included in the deal. Video About Xbox One Despite the somewhat loose restrictions, there are some caveats. The deal doesn’t apply to preorders, so any game launching later this year will not apply. Microsoft is also banning refurbished consoles or used games from the deal. Gamers must also buy the title on physical disc and its value must not exceed $59.99 before tax. Read More here Source: Don Reisinger Image Source: Ylia...