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22
Mar
2014

FIFA 14 Celebration Fail – Capturing Gaming Clips Goes Mainstream

FIFA 14 Xbox One
For a number of years now, I have been capturing gaming gameplay from various titles going as far back as the Commodore 64 right up to the Xbox 360 and PS3 for my video game reviews. This kind of recording though was limited to those who were happy to invest in additional and often expensive equipment, until both the PS4 and Xbox One were released that is – allowing gamers to share their exciting, epic or darn right ludicrous gaming moments.

So, with my trusty Xbox One, here is a lovely celebration fail I captured using just the console with absolutely no extra recording accessories. Watch as poor Carrick from Manchester United is absolutely nailed by a celebrating player.

19
Feb
2013

Podcast #37 – Humax, Freeview & Freesat – Humax Discuss TV Technologies

Humax
Joining me today over Skype, Graham North – Commercial Director from Humax UK details the different television technologies, the services available and looking ahead to the future of TV and content delivery.

5
Jan
2013

Halo 4 Multiplayer – Big Team Infinity Slayer – Vehicle Mayhem [VIDEO]

Halo 4 Multiplayer
To say I have been enjoying Halo 4 would be a bit of an unfair understatement. Although it has been a number of years since gamers have been able to enjoy the full ‘Master Chief’ experience in a new Halo title, even though it is no longer developed by Bungie and even though many of us had our reservations – Halo 4 has actually turned out to be one classy romp.

15
Oct
2012

Yamaha PSR-S950 Keyboard – Main Demonstration [VIDEO] [UPDATED]


After visiting my local Yamaha dealer, I had the pleasure of trying out the new Yamaha PSR-S950 keyboard, packed full of accompaniment styles & voices as well as a myriad of additional features.

14
Oct
2012

Monster Cast #16 – QR Code Backside – ConsoleMonster.com [VIDEO] [PODCAST]


Today we recorded Monster Cast #16, produced for the Console Monster website – covering news from all of the major players including Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo.