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The PlayStation Portable (PSP) was first released in Japan on December 12, 2004 and managed to sell over 80-million units during its 10-year lifespan. What if Sony released a PlayStation Portable 2 (PSP2) that built upon the design of the original console, but with a few modern touches?
We have seen the future of gaming, and it’s Alienware’s Concept Nyx. Put simply, the system allows for high performance game processing to be done in the home and shared across the local network, which means up to four streams simultaneously.
The talented programmers at 64 Bits have managed to demake of BioShock Infinite for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). You’ll get a near pixel perfect recreation of Columbia, along with Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth.
The Matrix Awakens is an Unreal Engine 5 experience that has just launched on the Xbox Series S|X and PlayStation 5. After you start, the experience begins in open world fashion, with three individual and distinct sections for players to explore.
Sonic Generations, which was first released back in 2011, has now gotten an FPS Boost on the Xbox Series S / X. This platform game in which players control two variants of Sonic the Hedgehog – “Classic” or “Modern” – now has smoother gameplay than ever, while still requiring the character to use classic moves such as the Spin Dash as well as the Spin Attack