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Playstation TV Details

on Mon, Sep 22, 2014 | By James Pritchard

Yes, they are a little bit behind the game on TV Smartboxes, but Sony has made the news a lot in the last year and a half regarding their ideas for the future of Playstation. Today Sony announced the Playstation TV details. It will come out on October 14th 2014 and over 700 games will be available to play right away (in...

Playstation 4 On Your Smartphone!

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on Mon, Sep 22, 2014 | By James Pritchard

TGS is one of those events every year where cool, revolutionary gadgets are shown. Sony has just unveiled their remote play feature on smartphones. Perhaps one of the coolest things regarding this is that you now don’t have to buy a PS Vita to play PS4 where ever you want. The only problem here is that it must be...

Call of Duty is better on Wii U then any other platform

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on Sun, Sep 21, 2014 | By Simon Smith

The following only represents the author’s opinion and not GameLuster as a whole. I know what you are probably thinking, am I out of my mind? How on earth could I possibly think the Wii U versions of Call of Duty games are the best? I am also certain there would be a few unsavoury words thrown around that I probably...

What I want to see in Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

on Fri, Sep 19, 2014 | By Simon Smith

Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are just a few months away and the remakes are already looking to offer some of my favourite features from the original games. There are also features from the original games still to be confirmed that would improve the game and thus I bring you the list of features that would best...

Silent Hills Episodes?

on Fri, Sep 19, 2014 | By James Pritchard

The Tokyo Game Show is on this weekend, and therefore a lot of news is coming out of companies like Capcom, Konami, and Namco-Bandai. One of the most interesting stories is how Hideo Kojima hinted at Silent Hills being a possible episodic video game. This may come as a shock to many, but a lot of people aren’t as...

New “The Order: 1886″ Trailer Released

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on Fri, Sep 19, 2014 | By James Pritchard

The makers of the Order 1886 released a trailer today outlining all of the weapons in the game. It has been clear from the beginning that the game takes place in a fictional universe much different from ours, but this trailer shows how some of the weapons are actually influenced by real life inventions. Tesla was very...

New GTA Online Heists?

on Fri, Sep 19, 2014 | By James Pritchard

GamerHeadlines is reporting that GTA Online Heists are not that far away. Rockstar usually updates GTA online rather frequently and keeps their plans very secretive. We have been suppose to be getting Heists for around a year now, and hopefully this rumour is true. There will be downtime next week on the servers, and...

Destiny Raid Completed in Record Timing

on Fri, Sep 19, 2014 | By James Pritchard

On September 16th Bungie release the Vault of Glass Raid, and stated it would be one of the hardest and most strategic things gamers have ever experienced. Instead of beating it in the projected six hours, youtuber ProfessorBroman beat it in under 2 hours. It has been beaten before, but it took clans around 12 hours to...

Console Lifetime Sales Still on the Rise

on Thu, Sep 18, 2014 | By James Pritchard

According to VGChartz, the sales of current-generation consoles is still rising at a consistent speed. The Playstation 4 leads the race still with almost 11 million consoles sold, and the Xbox One has sold about half of that. The Wii U has sold a lifetime 7 million, despite being released a year before the other two. courtesy of...

Xbox One Games in China Will Have One-Time Play Code

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on Thu, Sep 18, 2014 | By James Pritchard

It turns out Microsoft’s Shenanigans have not ended. GameSyndrome is reporting that Xbox Games will have a one-time activation code, much like Xbox’s plan back in E3 2013. Chinese Xbox’s will also be region locked, adding to the restrictions. This is quite a jump from Microsoft’s apologies back...