This is a special gaming edition of The Weekly Grenade.
Good news for Star Wars fans is that Kinect Star Wars is now available in South Africa. The magic of this game is being able to control the game without ever touching a button. A special limited edition Xbox 360 console bundle currently on sale nationwide, is priced at R4 699. The console and controller design is out of this world…
They have decided to listen to the people. Yes, from all the protests, BioWare has decided to make their customers happy. Mass Effect 3 ‘Extended Cut’ will be out around June, for free! That is until 12 April 2014…
Rockstar Games has confirmed that Max Payne will be released on mobile format. The original 2001 game will be released on iOS and Android on the 12th and 26th respectively this month. It’s going to be an experience shooting enemies on a touchscreen...
The latest craze in mobile gaming, Draw Something, has reached 50 million downloads within 50 days since its launch around two months ago. Draw Something is a social drawing app, with users drawing images for their opponent to guess what the image is, winning points in the process. It has become viral on the internet, at an average of 3 000 drawings per second. Let’s draw something…
Halo 4 is in the pipelines, and here are some features that will be in it:
- No more weapon camping
- Jetpack, hologram and active camo make a return
- No more respawn delay
- Spartan Points are the new currency
- Forerunner Vision will make you see through walls
Tidbits in future consoles
PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720 will both use an advanced AMD processor.
Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo Wii’s successor will be released in the third week of November this year. Rumour has it the console will be less powerful than PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Other rumours are that it will have a tablet-looking controller.
Gaming Facts: FIFA ’12 is the fastest selling sports game in history
Grand Theft Auto has sold more than 114 million games worldwide
1985’s Super Mario Bros. is the highest selling game ever in history
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