Here's something you don't see every day. Marc Cieslak, reporter for BBC Click, has conducted an interview about Watch Dogs Legion from within the game's virtual London. The journalist paid a visit to Ubisoft in order to speak with creative director Clint Hocking, but in a brilliant twist, the pair carried out the interview inside...
The BBC is killing it at the moment, with its PlayStation VR powered World Cup experience in particular dropping jaws. However, it’s not done kicking competitor ITV while it’s down just yet, as it’s just updated the PlayStation 4’s iPlayer app to support 4K streaming on the PlayStation 4 Pro ahead of England’s first match versus...
Crashing out on penalties in virtual reality
Hot off the heels of E3 2018 is the World Cup, and you'll be able to watch all 33 matches through your PlayStation VR headset as the BBC plans to trial the latest technology at the greatest footballing showcase on the planet. As the Los Angeles show floor begins to wind down, you'll be able to take your...
And it's got Harry Potter in it
BBC dramas tend to go one of two ways: they're either really good like Sherlock or awful like The Gamechangers appears to be. This forthcoming feature starring Daniel Radcliffe promises to plot the rise of Grand Theft Auto developer Rockstar Games, with Harry Potter himself filling the role of London-born chief Sam...
Mass Effect's popular Turian must have hopped into the TARDIS
Doctor Who will always baffle this particular editor. The low-budget BBC sci-fi series is a British institution like James Bond and Bourbon biscuits, but has always prompted a raised eyebrow from this dismissive scribe. Alas, a new trailer for the latest episode in the never-ending...
Watching full episodes of EastEnders via the Game Gear’s chunky television adapter was a real technological breakthrough back in the early 90s, but it’s not so impressive anymore. Unfortunately, while the PlayStation Vita is fully capable of taking us on a technicolour tour of Walford, the BBC seems less keen on the idea...
It seems the titular Eternity Clock is running slow, seeing as Doctor Who’s arrival on PlayStation Vita is extremely late. Nearing six months since the PS3 release, BBC Worldwide has confirmed that the critically panned Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will arrive in handheld form next week. That’s 9th October in North America and 10th...
Now in high-definition
If you were worried that you weren’t going to be able to see Jessica Ennis’ incredible... Er, gold medal winning performances in high-definition, then your prayers have been answered. Sony has announced that the beta version of the BBC Sports App currently available for PS3 has been upgraded to support high-definition...
Anyone for tennis?
Those of you across the pond have our permission to tune-out while we inform our UK readers that the BBC Sports application for PS3 has entered beta. The free download – currently available from the “My Channels” area of the XMB – will allow you to stream a “huge quantity” of sporting events directly from Sony's home...
Tardy Vita version lags behind
Fans of dodgy British sci-fi will be able to get their fill on 23rd May when Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock releases on PlayStation 3. It’ll launch as a digital download first, but will quickly be followed by a retail release on 25th May. Sadly, the Vita version won’t arrive until 13th June. Both titles will be...
If we watched Doctor Who like the rest of the world, you could guarantee this article would be packed to the brim with puns and self-referential jokes. Trouble is: we don’t, and we’ve used up our one and only pun in the sub-headline. Oh well. In that case, we’re going to jump straight to the point: the BBC’s announced a limited...
We're not sure what we were expecting from Supermassive Games' upcoming Doctor Who video game tie-in, but it certainly wasn't a sidescroller
Still, that's exactly what appears to be on show in this first trailer for Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock. The gameplay looks a lot like Ubisoft's recent TinTin movie tie-in, if you're familiar with that. We actually quite liked that game so, consider our..
Embedded above is your first glimpse of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock, the Supermassive Games developed video game tie-in due out on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita later in the year
The screenshot doesn't confirm much in isolation — other than that, yes, that does appear to be the current doctor, Matt Smith — but we daresay fans will be flipping out over the prospect of a digital Doctor..
Why not add another title to the mix, huh? MCV is reporting that the recently announced Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will be ready in time for the PlayStation Vita's hardware launch
The Supermassive Games developed title features Matt Smith as The Doctor and Alex Kingston as River Song. The game's also due out on PlayStation 3. It's unclear whether the PS3 version will launch alongside the PS..
We know its considered a mortal sin to be British and not like Doctor Who, but it's a plight we embrace every day
For years we've been curious about the popularity of Doctor Who — particularly overseas — but its something we accept that we'll never understand. Unsurprisingly, we're not particularly enamoured with the idea of the ol' Doc making...
BBC's upgraded the iPlayer on PlayStation 3
The new version is optimised for the living room TV, and includes a new design, improved search functionality and the ability to save favourites. It's online now, just hit the iPlayer button on the TV channel of the XMB.
The BBC's revealed that the upgraded version of the iPlayer will hit the PlayStation 3 sometime later this year
A Techradar interview with the BBC's Simon Cross has revealed that the player is on the "roadmap for this year". The upgrade brings new social functionality to the iPlayer, such as a "For You" section which generates programming based on other things you have watched..