Time once again to delve into the vaults for a Friday retro review. This week: EA’s off-beat science fiction American Football game, Mutant League Football.
The PS4 is officially available as of today, and the Xbox One has been out for a week. They’ve got reasonable numbers of games on offer, but many of them are sports games. Are they, as the cliché goes, giving 110%?
You know what Doctor Who needs? A good video game. You know what it doesn’t need? Yet another tepid match three puzzle game.
My week with an ultra-cheap Firefox OS phone comes to a finish. What have I learned?
The government FTTN plan for broadband is cited as “inadequate” and “unlikely to be completed on time” according to internal NBN Co reports.
My journey through the world of super-budget phones considers screen quality, entertainment options and photo taking. Also photo regretting.
The T100 is a great hybrid notebook with exceptional battery life, let down by terrible Australian pricing.
Castle Of Illusion is an old-school platform game with a brand new coat of paint. It’s charming, but sadly rather lightweight.
For smartphones, it’s all about the apps. The way that Firefox OS handles its apps is quite cool, but there are many significant gaps.
It’s tempting to think that everything we see in big budget blockbusters is just a digital effect. On the set of The Wolverine, while some props were digital, many were real — including props specifically created using 3D printers.