Gaming

We have finally reached a point where games and movies are coming out in 4K resolution, looking better than we ever thought possible. Now, 4K requires several components to work properly, including a powerful CPU, a GPU or two that are ready for the graphics upgrade, the right connections to your gaming rig…and of course…continue reading.

Curious about why cheat codes were such a big deal for video games, and where they’ve all gone? Here’s the backstory.

Oculus has some interesting competition, and gaming laptops branch out along innovative paths at CES for 2016.

LA is one of the most unique places in America for innovation and we get some of the biggest venture capitalist not only in LA but in the world!
LA Tech may be the second largest tech hub in the world, however its only a matter of time before its number 1!

We did it folks! The 1st annual REACH NeXT event was a great success! Before we get to the winners I wanted to give a big thanks to Christen da Costa of GadgetReview and Co-founder of REACH. Also, another huge thanks to Gray Bright of The Tomorrow Show, Cauri Jaye, Chris Dover, Rebecca McLauchlan of rhubarb studios and Cameron Kashani! All the amazing that went down yesterday could not have happened without you :)

Boasting over 100 million players, Minecraft is an online virtual reality game where players create online worlds by placing and breaking blocks, surviving monsters and sustaining life. The game takes up where Second Life left off — but is so simple kids can build worlds in it. Beloved by children and parents alike, the game has been lauded and awarded by education groups for teaching STEM and code skills while encouraging social collaboration.

Social Gaming Network (SGN) and Fox Digital Entertainment teamed up for the recent release of a new game called The Book of Life: Sugar Smash. The game is based on Fox Digital Entertainment’s new computer animated film, The Book of Life, and launched for the iOS with an Android and Facebook version in the works.

With giant conferences like E3, showing off the coolest new video games to the world, very few innovations arrive in the game industry that’s off the screen. Enter Doozy, an interactive, life-sized board game for everybody ages 8 through 88.

Here’s our second quick look at the upcoming games from E3 2014.

E3 brings out developers to show off their future games to the masses. One of the biggest events in the gaming industry, E3 sets out to give gamer’s a look into some exclusively announced games and a preview of what the future has in store for the industry. Techzulu presents a quick first look into a few games coming out in the near future.