Submitted by Axia on January 23rd, 2017
If you’re a non-gamer, the options for virtual reality headsets have been somewhat limited. The best of the best—Oculus Rift and HTC Vive—require powerful (and expensive) computers and are ideally suited to hardcore gamers. At the other end of the spectrum, smartphone-powered headsets like Samsung Gear and Google Cardboard offer subpar optics that can quickly strain the eye.
Submitted by Axia on July 13th, 2016
Until recently, the world of 4K has had a lot of barriers to entry. 4K TVs and 4K Blu-ray players were expensive, streamable 4K content was lacking, and 4K streaming services require some pretty far-above-average Internet speeds.
Submitted by Axia on February 24th, 2016
Video gaming has come a long way since Pong was released in the early ‘70s. Originally only available in arcades, video games entered the home later that decade and have continually evolved ever since. Now there are all kinds of game genres including action, adventure, role-playing, simulation and strategy, with multiple sub-categories within each one. And, there’s as many ways to play these games, even in 3D!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on November 28th, 2015
It’s been almost 2 years since the Xbox One was released by Microsoft and it just keeps on getting better!
With the second major update to the Xbox One since its launch, Microsoft has made the user interface better and easier to use with based on Windows 10 called the “New Xbox One Experience”. This makes the dashboard much easier to navigate and it is organized in a much more intuitive way.