Nvidia has announced that its “Shield” portable gaming system will be released in June; however if you want to make sure you get one of the first systems off the press you can pre-order the system on May 20th. The system will run you $349. The Shield is an Android-based handheld gaming system. It will play Android games but it [...]Read more ›
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Surprise, it’s the PlayStation 4! OK, no one is surprised, but there was a lot we didn’t expect to hear, see, and get out of the conference, including the actual length of it. Here is my rundown of the good, the bad, and some questions from the “Future of PlayStation” press conference. Just a note; I’m going to go through each [...]Read more ›
New Gamer Nation is well aware of the mobile gamers out there. Our series on mobile gaming hardware has helped give credence to this growing genre of gaming by covering two different types of mobile gaming periphery. Today, New Gamer Nation asks: with all the vanilla Android tablet options out there today, can the Sony Xperia Tablet rise above the [...]Read more ›
Frederick Umminger, a software engineering manager at SCEA, has revealed that he has been working on Sony’s next generation console since 2010. Umminger’s LinkedIn profile includes his work on various PlayStation consoles, the line that stands out however is “Maintained voice chat library for PlayStation 4.” Sony have previously said they remain committed to the PS3 for 10 years, technically meaning [...]Read more ›
The use of cell phones as a primary mobile gaming devices has drastically increased in recent years. More and more people move away from flip and text only phones to new smart phones. New Gamer Nation has elected to cover and review cell phones as it relates to gaming only. This not about which carrier provides the best coverage or who [...]Read more ›