Ouya Console Unboxing, As First Ouya Consoles Reach Backers

Backers of the Kickstarter Ouya Console who are still waiting for the arrival of their new Ouya games console, are sure to enjoy this Ouya console unboxing by the Engadget website, even if they haven’t got their very own Ouya console to play with as yet.

The $99 Ouya console has broken Kickstarter records and turned the gaming console market on its head, providing gamers with an open source Android gaming console for under $100. Watch the video after the jump to see the Ouya console unboxed.

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BioShock Infinite The Siege of Columbia Board Game Announced

BioShock fans enjoying the latest BioShock Infinite game to be released, might also be interested in a non digital version of the BioShock Infinite saga, in the form of the BioShock Infinite Siege of Columbia board game.

The BioShock Infinite Siege of Columbia board game allows players to fighting to control or destroy the floating city of Columbia as one of its two warring factions. rather than playing as the lead roles from the video game Booker and Elizabeth.

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PlayStation 4 launch expected to be a global event

We know that Sony is launching the PlayStation 4 this year, but as yet not release date or price has yet been announced.

But when the PlayStation 4 is launched  it typically means that the PlayStation 4 console becomes available in one territory before another, as it makes it’s way around the world.
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EPIX Launches On PS3

At the beginning of the year, Sony announced it would be bringing EPIX into its stable of video streaming applications for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. After nearly three months, EPIX is finally available on the PlayStation 3 starting today.
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Ouya Console To Support Classic Games Emulators For N64, NES And More

As the very first Ouya console systems start shipping this week early Kickstarter backers awaiting the arrival of a new Ouya console might be pleased to learn that they will be also be able to enjoy games via software emulators.

It has been revealed that the new open source Ouya console will indeed support emulators and allow owners to enjoy games that were originally designed to be played on Nintendo 64 consoles and Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) to name just a few.

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Fast And Furious 6 Game Trailer Released (video)

If you are a fan of the Fast and Furious movies and games, you are sure to enjoy this first trailer which has been released for the new Fast and Furious 6 game which is currently under development.

The new Fast and Furious 6 game will be launching in May 2013 and will be available for both iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices. Watch the video after the jump to see the first Fast and Furious 6 trailer.

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Thief 4 Out of the Shadows, First Game Trailer Released (video)

Thief fans looking forward to the launch of the new Thief 4 game, which is currently in development, and will be available for PC, PlayStation 4 and other next-generation consoles.

Will be pleased to learn that Square Enix has this week released the first trailer for the new Thief 4 game showing a first glimpse of what you can expect from the title when it launches. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Witcher 3 To Feature 300 Possible Ending Alterations

The Witcher series seems to be punching dramatically above its weight when it comes to storytelling. Lewd moments aside, narrative trappings from characterization to overarching plot have been consistently solid in CD Projekt’s mature RPG, perhaps owing to the game’s origins in Andrzej Sapkowski’s novels. The developer says the newest entry in the series will sport more than 300 intricate changes to the game’s three possible endings, depending on player choice.


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Torment: Tides of Numenera First Screen, Details Emerge

Planescape Torment spiritual successor Tides of Numenera’s Kickstarter success is well documented, but with games the proof is always in the pudding. While the team behind the game is not only made up of, but also has the blessing of original Torment developers, seeing the game take shape is still pretty great. Especially when that shape includes a “semi-sentient” environment that is actively hunting the player’s characters.


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