So for the last two weeks, my PlayStation 4 hasn't been working.

To be more precise, it was refusing to play discs.


We're starting to get into the business end of the gaming calendar already. While most of this week's releases are either ports or your typical indie fare, there's two major entries that people have been waiting for.

First up is the new Resident Evil, which should be fun if only to see all the PSVR footage again of people screaming at jump scares. Secondly is the immense Yakuza 0, which has finally made its way to the West almost two years after its Japanese release.


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We take graphics cards for granted these days. But there was a time when blocky resolutions and pixels the size of dinner plates were standard.

But in November 1996, the 3dfx Voodoo entered the consumer PC gaming market - and it changed everything.


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Yes. This is exactly what needed to happen for Sega to resurrect the nearly 20-year old Dreamcast! OK, maybe we're jumping the gun here, but it's still a nice surprise to see Minecraft (well, a clone called Crafti) running on the retro hardware. It certainly looks like the real deal.