The Ouya is mediocre at best and feels more like a toy than a console. Read More.
Features By Ania Kwak
With technology coming out faster every year it's getting harder for companies to release cutting-edge hardware at what society deems a decent pace.
Video games and their consoles have progressed considerably since they first appeared as main-stream games in the 70s. Today, they've become so successful that they're making more than enough money to compete with sales figures of the movie industry, yet they're usually ignored in the general media unless there's a big issue or an amazing new game achieves high sales and hype. Read More.
I was lucky enough to try several demos of Nintendo's recently announced Wii-U controller for their Wii console, and while it wasn't necessarily "new" news (the rumours that they'd have a new something-or-other at E3 have been flying for months now) it was still a very impressive device to see. Read More.
With the success of Nintendo's Wii it's no surprise that others would eventually follow suit. Sony recently released the PlayStation Move, complete with a PS Eye camera that can see your every move and controllers that sense your positioning, and they did a great job of keeping the concept alive while adding some great improvements to the limb flailing fun. Read More.