While gaming makes for a great solo hobby, there are some titles that are actually improved by playing with someone else. Not against them, with them.
Sony has really been branching out lately when it comes to its DualShock 4 controller range. After announcing its 90s influenced crystal range at the start of September, followed by the officially licensed mini controllers from Horti, the company has announced yet another new DualShock 4 color is coming.
In a deal so good it made us think Black Friday had come early, Valve has absolutely slashed the price of its streaming box the Steam Link. Right now, you can pick up a Steam Link for a fraction of its usual price.
It's the annual shopping extravaganza, now that Black Friday in the US stretches way beyond its Thanksgiving roots and has become the number one deal-hunting event in the run up to Christmas. For gamers, it's often the best time of year to pick up a stunning bargain, and if you're after an Xbox deal, there's lots to suggest this year may be the best yet.
Two years ago, Microsoft proved that there’s market for a $149 (£129/AU$195) premium Xbox controller. Given the price, the online competitive multiplayer gamer-centric Xbox Elite Wireless Controller certainly wasn’t made for player two, but according to many of those who owned it, it was worth every penny.
When the original Xbox One and PS4 consoles came out, it looked like video games – on consoles, at least – had opted to sit out the 4K revolution that was already sweeping the TV world: Both consoles were originally resolutely HD-only, and there wasn’t so much as a sniff of support for the high dynamic range (HDR) technology that was just joining 4K on the TV scene.