Friday, April 18, 2014

Author Archives: Ernice Gilbert

Weekend Quencher 04/18/14 – Happy Easter, Everyone!


Easter is always a great time of year, as it sees Christians celebrating the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and also makes room for us gamers to play a little longer. Yep, most people will be off from Today (some from yesterday) until Tuesday, enough time to play games you’ve been meaning to, but never got around to ... Read More »

Everything You Need To Know About PS4 Update 1.70


Sony’s released a detailed post explaining what should be expected in PS4 update 1.70, and Sony Japan has released some screenshots of what said update will look like. There’s even a video from SCEA detailing PS4′s new sharing capabilities now called “SHAREfactory. All details below. Read More »

NPD March 2014 Results: PS4 Tops Hardware, Titanfall Software


The results for March, which shows PS4 topping Xbox One in hardware sales, comes as a surprise to many who follow the industry, because it was the sole month that Xbox One was supposed to dominate, with Titanfall being the catalyst of the rise. But that didn’t happen, leaving Microsoft in a very difficult position moving forward. All results can ... Read More »

Trials Fusion 1080p On PS4, 800p On Xbox One


The Xbox One continues to be inferior to PS4 in terms of performance and visuals, the last game to magnify what’s become a big problem for Microsoft is Trials Fusion, running at a native 1080p and 60fps on PS4, while the Xbox One version only manages 800p and 60 fps. That being said, Trials Fusion publisher Ubisoft will release a ... Read More »

Weekend Quencher 12/04/14 – Next Gen Mire Edition


If I asked what system and games most of you are currently playing, I’m betting that the answer would be PS3 or Xbox 360 — instead of PS4 and XBox One. And more PS3 on the last-gen side of things, because of PS Plus. But why? Well, the answer is simple: There are more great games to play on the ... Read More »

The Crew to Launch in Fall 2014, Premiere Gameplay Trailer


Ubisoft’s The Crew will indeed release this year (we have a trailer inside showing fresh gameplay), but the game is apparently laden with some nasty  micro-transactions, needs a persistent internet connection to work, and features other troublesome features. We’ll update you as more information comes in, but in the meantime, enjoy the trailer below, alongside the press release and some ... Read More »