Croteam brings back Serious Sam in a package that is a Duke Nukem Forever sized mess.
Serious Sam 4 Review - Seriously Bland
We go hands-on with Immortals Fenyx Rising and speak with game director, Scott Phillips, read on for more!
Imagine if Breath of the Wild met Assassin's Creed Odyssey...
Arriving with a price-point similar to that of the Founders Edition, the ZOTAC GeForce RTX 3080 Trinity is a great choice for those looking to pick-up an RTX 3080.
ZOTAC GeForce RTX 3080 Trinity Review
An OC beast that runs cool, silent, and also happens to be built like Rolls Royce.
MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming X Trio Review
Post by Dan @ 10:44am 15/05/13 | 0 Comments
Contrary to earlier reports that suggested a delay until "early 2014" for the arrival of the PlayStation 4 in Europe, following the confirmed holiday 2013 window for US and Japan, a "company insider" allegedly speaking to CVG hints that it might still arrive this year after all.
With Sony expecting Microsoft to tackle Europe more aggressively, CVG has heard from a company insider that PlayStation is "prepared to do whatever it takes" to ensure there is no PS4 delay across Europe.

It remains unclear whether there will be a PS4 supply shortage that would affect its output across any of the main three markets, but CVG understands that, if the launch stock is tight, the US and Europe will be the priority over the perceivably "safe" region of Japan.
As a fellow PAL territory, Sony's European movements have traditionally been closely tied to Australia, with most new PlayStation hardware and software arriving launching in AU on the same day as the UK. However, Sony has yet to announce any formal launch dates for the PlayStation console outside of the holiday 2013 window for Japan and North America.



playstation 4sonyplaystation





Latest Comments
No comments currently exist. Be the first to comment!
Commenting has been locked for this item.