Sony reveals PS4 VR requirements to use on PS5

Sony has revealed the requirements if you want to use your PSVR unit on your new PlayStation 5. So first, the good news is that your PSVR will work on your PS5, however you’ll need some PS4 hardware. First, the new PS5 camera is NOT compatible with the PSVR so you’ll need a current-gen camera (so the one you are using now with your PS4) to make it work. Also a DualShock PS4 controller ...[Read More]

PS4 update 8.0.0 issues: Party, Friend List and WS-44369-6 errors

The new PS4 update 8.0.0 is out now for download on the PlayStation Network but many PSN users were hit with Party, Friend List and WS-44369-6 errors. PS4 update 8.0.0 has been released this week, with the major new system software download bringing with it changes to Party, Messages and new free avatars. Sony rolled out PS4 update 8.0.0 on Wednesday, with the patch “more tightly” link...[Read More]

GK Review: Tennis World Tour 2

Reviewer Bert did a full review of the new and better “Tennis World Tour 2“. Here’s more: The content offer of Tennis World Tour 2 is decidedly substantial, much more than that of its predecessor. The roster is made up of 38 players , not counting, of course, our personalized athlete, who can be selected in any mode, as per tradition. The first surprise comes when you try to star...[Read More]

Sony reveals list of PS4 games that won’t work on PS5

Sony has finally revealed the list which PS4 games won’t work on your new and shiny PlayStation 5. Fortunately, the list is rather small 🙂 Here’s a list of the PS4 games that can’t be played at all on PS5: DWVR Afro Samurai 2 Revenge of Kuma Volume One TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 Just Deal With It! Shadow Complex Remastered Robinson: The Journey We Sing Hitman Go: Definitive Edition ...[Read More]

GK Review: Super Mario 3D All Stars

Hi all. Our review of the new “Super Mario 3D All Stars” is now online. Here’s a snippet: The Super Mario 64 game, which first appeared on the Nintendo 64 platform in 1996, appears. I think Super Mario 64 has a very nostalgic and important place for you, especially if your childhood passed in the 90s. Still, let’s talk about the general structure of the game and its impact on the...[Read More]

GK Review: Project CARS 3

Our review of the new simcade game “Project CARS 3” has landed on GamerKnights. Here’s more: We enter fully into one of the sections with the biggest changes with respect to the previous installments of the franchise. As soon as we start we will create our pilot, who will accompany us during the trajectory mode and the different multiplayer modes and offline modes. Its settings a...[Read More]

GK Review: Marvel’s Avengers

Reviewer Bert has done a full up review of the new “Marvel’s Avengers“. Here’s more: Worst of all, Marvel’s Avengers starts off very promisingly, showing us about two and half hours of what could have been a cool adventure but which just couldn’t escape from the game as a service format. The star of the story is Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel), who wins a fan fiction contest and i...[Read More]

Meridiem Games and Quantic Dream Announce Fahrenheit: 15th Anniversary Edition on PlayStation 4

Meridiem Games is thrilled to announce a collaboration with French developer Quantic Dream to manufacture and distribute the physical boxed edition of Fahrenheit: 15th Anniversary Edition for PlayStation 4. For over two decades Quantic Dream, founded by industry visionary David Cage, is best known for their use of cutting edge motion capture technology to create story driven interactive dramas inc...[Read More]

GK Review: Necromunda: Underhive Wars

Reviewer Ian had a closer look at the new strategy game “Necromunda: Underhive Wars“. Here’s a snippet: The immediate impression was good, with some pretty decent quality FMV introductions to the world and to the storyline, as you take up the role of an Escher gang chasing after some archeotech. Unfortunately, for those expecting the depth of strategy offered by say, XCom, you’ll...[Read More]

GK Review: WRC 9

Our review of the new “WRC 9” is now online. Here’s a snippet: In practice, the WRC 9 looks like its predecessor like two drops of water, with all the good or bad it entails. The similarity is almost scandalous in all its areas, but since its level of quality is so high, this similarity does not bother. Really, who does not want to put on his racing uniform, grab the steering whe...[Read More]

Maneater Evolves with Ray-Tracing, 4K 60 FPS and More Enhancements for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 Consoles

Fresh off of the wake of a spectacular launch on current-gen consoles and PC via the Epic Games Store, developer and publisher Tripwire Interactive and retail partner and publisher Deep Silver, Inc, are thrilled to announce that Maneater has sold over one million units worldwide. To celebrate this significant milestone and the growing pool of players who have successfully navigated the harsh water...[Read More]

Microsoft acquires ZeniMax Media and Bethesda Softworks!

We didn’t saw this one coming …. but Microsoft has juist acquired ZeniMax Media and its Game Publisher Bethesda Softworks.   As the gaming industry transforms from a device-centric era to a player-centric era powered by new technology that provides the freedom to play with friends anywhere on any device, Microsoft on Monday announced plans to acquire ZeniMax Media, the parent comp...[Read More]

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