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  • A new console is currently in the works called 'Mad Box' and should be out in 3.5 years

    A new console is currently in the works called 'Mad Box' and should be out in 3.5 years

    Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft better watch out as there may be a new contender in the console field. Slightly Mad Studios, the company behind the games Project CARS 2 and Need for Speed: Shift, is currently working on a new console named “Mad Box” and it is expected to be out in 3.5 years’ time.

  • TechNave Gaming Newsbytes - Top 5 games to look forward to in Q1 of 2019

    TechNave Gaming Newsbytes - Top 5 games to look forward to in Q1 of 2019

    As mentioned many times before, 2018 was a very good year for gaming. We had an amazing range of games that were definitely Game of the Year worthy. This year looks to be no exception with two super anticipated games coming out at the end of this month alone. While we're excited for console games, we hope that this year mobile games get a huge range of games as well. Here’s our top 5 picks of games to look forward to from now till April this year!

  • Fancy a gold-plated XBox One going for just $10000 (RM32375)?

    Fancy a gold-plated XBox One going for just $10000 (RM32375)?

    While there may be gamers who don't care about how much money they throw at their games and gaming consoles, these still don't compare to users who'd go out and get a $10000 (RM32375) Xbox One just because they can. Still, if one likes gold and other shiny things, then a gold plated Xbox One should be perfect. Currently available for around $10000 (RM32375), the gold plated Xbox One is available from Harrods of London. Tech specs and features are more or less the same but if the controller is also gold-plated you can expect to get tired from couch gaming very soon. No news yet of a gold plated AND crystal covered version yet, but just wait and see. Also no news of any Malaysia release dates or pricing, but if you're willing to shell out RM32375 for a game console, travel or shipping shouldn't be an issue.

  • Microsoft Take Back Xbox One Restrictions

    Microsoft Take Back Xbox One Restrictions

    When Microsoft first announced their latest next-gen console the Xbox One, it came with a whole bunch of restrictions including having to be always online and you couldn't lend games to more than one person. Even then, lending was one big hassle just for that one friend. Xbox fans can now rejoice though as Microsoft are taking back those policies. Check out the quote below:

    "An internet connection will not be required to play offline Xbox One games – After a one-time system set-up with a new Xbox One, you can play any disc based game without ever connecting online again. There is no 24 hour connection requirement and you can take your Xbox One anywhere you want and play your games, just like on Xbox 360.

  • Xbox One Coming to Asia in November 2014, Malaysia Still Not Included

    Xbox One Coming to Asia in November 2014, Malaysia Still Not Included

    Based on a recent interview from Alan Bowman, Microsoft regional vice president for sales and marketing in Asia, the Xbox One will only be brought over to Asia in November... 2014. Even then, this will only be for existing Asian Xbox Live countries such as Hong Kong, India, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan. Malaysia was unfortunately not in the list.

  • Xbox One Coming to 21 Markets Except Malaysia for RM1600

    Xbox One Coming to 21 Markets Except Malaysia for RM1600

    Microsoft has finally disclosed their Xbox One game console. The console has typically been constrained mostly to the US market, while other markets around the world had to deal with rings of death and various other problems on their own. Thankfully, Microsoft have decided to make it officially available globally in 21 markets around the world. It will be available this November for $499 (RM1565) in the US. In Europe it will go for EUR 499 (RM2066) and GBP 429 (RM2088) in UK. Unfortunately, Malaysia was not included in the list of new markets.