If you were hoping Sony would announce its streaming game service at CES 2014, you are in luck. During Tuesday's keynote, Sony's Andrew House unveiled PlayStation Now, the Gaikai-powered streaming service that would let you play PlayStation games on any Sony platform.
This year's CES is off and running, and Nvidia wasted no time in introducing its next mobile chip. The Tegra K1 is much more than just a successor to the Tegra 4, it's the chip that could bring mobile gaming to a point where it can rival the PC.
There is a Russian company called Displair that can do some amazing things with water. What are those amazing things? Well, it's all in the name. Last week at CES in Las Vegas, Displair had on display a machine that can create a wall of water vapor that is interactive!
The eyes are not just the windows to the soul; they may also play an integral part in our gaming future. The Tobii Rex, which uses gaze-tracking technology, allows users to control their computer screen cursor with the use of their eyes.
According to VentureBeat, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has stated that he wants the company to put out one model a year of its new experiment in gaming -- Project Shield.
Madfinger Games released Dead Trigger at the end of last summer and ever since, we have all been marveling at the amazing graphics that it pumps out, not to mention the copious amounts of hot, monster-killing lead.
For anyone who's been keeping track, we have been monitoring the different controller options that have been coming out for iOS devices. The latest entry into this challenging marketplace, fresh from the tables of the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show, is the Caliber Advantage for iPhone 5, a device from iFrogz and ZAGG.
CES is just around the corner and you know what that means -- it's time for all of us to be up to our eyeballs in software and gadgets. One of the companies that will be showing off some new peripherals will be Mad Catz, the discount video game controller maker that seems like they've been around since before video games. So what's on the table?