Madden NFL 12 enhances the franchise providing a fun, realistic version of the American sport.
New Worms 2 DLC has launched on Xbox LIVE Arcade, featuring new missions, hats and a few other additions besides. The new pack is called the The Worms 2: Armageddon Time Attack Pack and is available now for 320 M$… Read More »
SEGA Saturn title Guardian Heroes will be heading to Xbox LIVE Arcade on 12 October, for the relatively minor sum of 800 M$ Points. The side-scrolling action-RPG has been remastered in HD and will feature online play for up to… Read More »
In the wake of confirmation of dedicated server support, Robert Bowling, community manager for Infinity Ward, has confirmed through his Twitter account that Modern Warfare 3 will be getting LAN support. “Lots of competitive questions from #XP2011. Yes, #MW3 has… Read More »
Unnamed sources close to AMD have indicated that sometime in the fourth quarter of this year AMD will release two unlocked A-series APUs. The two APUs will carry the identifier “K” at the end of their model numbers. The A8-3870K… Read More »
Besides rumours and reports that the Sandy Bridge-E processors would be delayed till 2012, a leaked slide has revealed that Intel plans to launch its Enthusiast processors somewhere between the 14 November and the 27 November. The leaked slide indicates… Read More »
Hitachi’s G-Technology will be releasing two external hard drives, the first to use its 4TB drives. The G-Technology drives come in 4TB and 8TB flavours with the latter using two 4TB drives in RAID 0. The Hitachi 4TB drives being… Read More »
Tanner? Tanner? Okay, he’s gone again. Look for the fourteen car pileup.
AMD has released the first dual-core A-series APUs to the market. The A4-3300 and the A4-3400 each have only two x86 CPU cores in their silicon which run at 2.5GHz and 2.7GHz respectively. Both new APUs use AMD’s FM1 package,… Read More »
Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge has made some brave efforts to reinvent the game in its virtual space. Some of it works and others factors need some attention.
Philip Reitinger, formerly the director of the U.S. National Cyber Security Center (part of that delightful Department of Homeland Security that they have over there), has found new employment with Sony. He will be taking up the post of chief… Read More »
If bumping cars is your thing you’ll find enough here to keep you going, if not there is always Driver: San Francisco