Tag: GT Academy

Gaming News Wrap [21 Apr 2015]

Good day to you. Welcome to another tasty edition of the Gaming News Wrap. Games The first (post launch) patch for Mortal Kombat X has been released and improves the game’s netcode, adds a free skin, and fixes general bugs. [More…] GT Academy for 2015 has been announced, giving everyone a reason to get their PS3 and Gran Turismo 6 out…

Gaming News Wrap [10 Feb 2015]

This is a journey into… the Gaming News Wrap. Games Evolve will launch this week (today in the US, Friday elsewhere) with a 3GB patch. The update balances the game, optimises level-loading, fixes some bugs, introduces some new elite skins and adds connectivity to the Evolve Hunters Quest mobile app. [More…] The Battlefield Hardline beta saw more than six million players…

Gaming News Wrap [23 Apr 2014]

Good morning. Almost back to (relative) normality for now after the long weekend. If craving brains and the destruction of humanity can be considered “normal”. Games The first image from the 2014 entry into Call of Duty by Sledgehammer has been unveiled at GDC 2014 and revealed by IGN. The image suggests the game may be set in the present or…

Gaming News Wrap [16 Apr 2014]

Good morning gamers. We’re feeling a little infected around here today. It’s not our every day infection, so best you keep your distance if you see a zombie shuffle into view. PSA: There is a PSN Maintenance period from 4pm BST (5pm SA time) on Monday 21 April until 4am BST (5am SA time) on Tuesday 22 April. Games There are…

Gaming News Wrap [19 Feb 2014]

Good morning. These days appear to be blurring into one, making it feel like the longest day (or week) of a lifetime. We’ll make it feel a little better with these titbits of gaming news. Games The games on special for today only in the Xbox 360 Ultimate Game Sale are: Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, F1 2013, Farming Simulator, Lost Planet…

Gaming News Wrap [16 Sep 2013]

Good morning and welcome to a new week of easy to digest news articles. Short, sharp, and not always shocked. Or shocking. Development sources are claiming that the differences between the PS4 and Xbox One are “significant and obvious”. Apparently the memory reads on PS4 “are 40-50 per cent quicker than Xbox One”, with the graphics chip’s ALU (Arithmetic Logic Unit) being…