Cyber Monday is the end of the biggest shopping weekend of the year, which starts with the Thanksgiving holiday and then Black Friday: after celebrating with their families, shoppers hit the stores in droves to pick up any bargains they can get their hands on.
It’s not being released until November, but if you’re thinking about pre-ordering Call of Duty WWII now might be a be a good time because there’s an extremely good deal going on CDKeys at the moment.
If you’re not familiar with Prime Day, it’s when Amazon goes mad for 24 hours and offers big discounts on things you might actually want to buy. It's a bit like Black Friday and Cyber Monday except it's Amazon-only, available exclusively to Prime members and designed to drive sign-ups to the Amazon Prime service.
After a year of waiting, Microsoft finally officially unveiled the Xbox One X at E3 2017. Formerly known as Project Scorpio, this is the full 4K HDR upgrade Xbox One owners have been waiting for.
When Microsoft’s E3 2017 rounded off, all puffed up and proud of the Xbox One X reveal and its beefy hardware specs (well, beefy in the context of consoles, at least), whispers were abound that VR was going to go the way of rhythm action games or the unloved stepchild that was PS Vita – loads of launch fanfare followed by a painful descent into obscurity.
If you thought that virtual reality’s renaissance had finally run its course, you’d be sorely mistaken. In fact, it looks like all the biggest names in the video game industry are doubling down on immersive, headset-based experiences.
Sales come and sales go, but if you were ever on the fence about buying an Xbox One S, or even if you’re just after a 4K Blu-Ray player and some free premium streaming, then this bundle from Big W is worth a look-in.
Easily one of the biggest challenges of ditching physical media on a gaming console is not even getting a fraction of the games you want on your console's hard drive before it's maxed out.