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Wondering if the special edition of The Elder Scrolls V is worth splashing your cash on? This video gives a nice side-by side comparison as to just how stunning Skyrim is, and exactly where the improvements have been made.

(Spoilers: It's the grass. The grass is beautiful).


Video: As a console gamer, I'm constantly in a struggle to figure out what to do with my old busted systems. I guess there's always the store credit route, or maybe a quick resell online. But I like this YouTube channel's way of thinking — just melt the bastard.


You had a good run, PlayStation 3, but the writing was on the wall when the PS4 came out. You've been superseded, demoted, set aside. Retired. And now your papers have been signed by Sony itself. Well, in New Zealand anyway, but I'm sure Australia — and the rest of the world — will follow.


So PlayStation Now works. Like really. Like what the heck are you sure there isn't a PlayStation tucked away behind this TV and hidden somehow behind this Vita works. It's incredible because it doesn't feel incredible, if that makes any sense. You can play streaming games without any game console, and that's pretty damn impressive.


The good Doctor has travelled through time, space, alternate dimensions and even, regrettably, EastEnders. Sony's announced that it's inked a deal that will see Doctor Who head into Playstation Home as well.


Hacker, modder and DIY extraordinaire Ben Heck has seemingly done the impossible with his latest project. For years, a fierce battle has raged between proponents of the big three gaming consoles, but to finally bring peace and civility to gaming forums across the land, Heck created an all-in-one console that combines a PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U.


The new look PS3 is coming out in a couple of days — 27 September to be precise — and it comes in both 12GB and 500GB models. If you feel like saving some cash, K-Mart have the 12GB model for cheap. $50 cheaper than you'd get it at EB Games, for example.


The PlayStation 3 controller is a starved, emaciated excuse of a video game controller. It's terribly skinny with no curves and feels like you're holding the result of a skinny TV remote's incestual relationship. The Xbox 360 controller? Now there's something worth holding. And with this Cronus adaptor, you can use the Xbox controller with your PS3.


$288 for a 3D Blu-ray player is pretty good value any where you look, but throw in the PS3's game playing functions, IPTV, and 160GB HDD and it's hard to go past at this price. If the 160GB isn't big enough for you, you can replace it yourself, too. Worth every cent...