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The New Order pits players against seemingly insurmountable odds in a skewed 1960′s where the Nazis conquered the world. An FPS that’s old-school in all the best ways, it eschews modern niceties — no recharging shields here — in favor of merciless, finely honed shooting. Our recent hands-on experiences with the PS4 version pointed to an invigoratingly confident...

Garrett slides an arrow against the string of his bow, candlelight nipping at his foot — just out of reach. The guard paces the hallways in silence, unaware of the glinting metal trained at his temple. One whistle later and the guard’s body is splayed on the ground, and Garrett steps over it without a word. Just another moment in the shadowy campaign of Thief,...

Steam Big Picture Presents New TV-Friendly Interface For the last week or so Steam have been talking about something called Big Picture, which supposedly makes the venerable online store/community/gaming client friendlier for TVs. My initial thoughts were that this was related to the rumored hardware Valve may or may not be working on, alas it’s just a redesign...

HTC get PlayStation Certification for its Mobile devices HTC get Playstation certification for its Mobile devices?? According to reports HTC will become the first smartphone and tablets manufacturer outside of Sony to get the Playstation devices for their customers, Now it seems possible to run PS games and applications on HTC phones and tablets as like Sony Xperia...

Pogo.com launched free Club Pogo Guest Pogo.com providing premium game service to their millions of members to enjoy online entertainment with no ad interruptions with named “Club Pogo”. Now pogo.com launched free Club Pogo Guest Pass to attracts gamers to play Arcade games, Card games, Puzzle games, Sports Games, free for seven days, access to their most liked...

Xbox 360 Sold 66 Million Units WorldWide The Xbox 360 has reached 66 million units sold worldwide plus 18 million Kinect sensors. That represents a growth of nearly 10 million consoles over the holiday season while the Kinect essentially doubled its install base year-over-year. On Tuesday, the Xbox celebrated its 10th anniversary. Strictly speaking, this is the anniversary...

Nintendo's Classic Gaming Console SLY CUBE Nintendo’s latest Sly Cube is a portable gaming console is a complete classic With the Sly Cube; you can take your Gamecube action to go since it is now more portable.  If you want to enjoy in Nintendo GameCube classics then play Sly Cube. The design of the latest Sly Cube portable gaming console is very attractive and simple and its designed by Slipstream. Measuring in at about 11″ (w) x 5.75″ (d) x 1.75″ (h), it’s more like a netbook than a handheld gaming console. Sly Cube is...

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Sony PlayStation Vita Play Station vita is now released in Japan. Sony has released PSP in Japan two months ahead of its worldwide debut. The new PSP contains an Wide display 5″ AMOLED 960×544 screen with a 3G/wi-fi function and a console-like dual analog interface loaded with extra-ordinary graphical performance and with advanced online features Vita provides the most console-like experience with input methods like touch-screen and (direct) controls. As we take a look at the operating system of Play station vita it is also...