Sly Cooper was one of Sony's mainstays during the PlayStation 2 generation, when they released three separate titles starring the sneaky raccoon. However, it's taken almost an entire console generation to revive Sly and his friends, Bentley and Murray, for an all new adventure, but the boys are...
The Hitman franchise is now in its thirteenth year of assassinating some of the world's most despicable bad guys, and to celebrate Square Enix have collected three of Agent 47's first games, updated them into high definition and released them as one package.
Blackberry, the company formerly known as RIM, unveiled its new Blackberry 10 device after much hype.
Only a few months after Disney bought the Star Wars franchise from George Lucas, we’re slowly but surely getting a clearer picture of what the new installment will look like. We here at All Access Weekly have a few ideas of our own for the latest installment that we hope the folks at Disney will...
Video games allow players to venture into entirely new worlds, and experience the unimaginable, but, after a while, most games end up looking the same. Every now and then a game comes along that offers an entirely new perspective on what a interactive entertainment can look and feel like.
Entertainment Matters Ambassador Felicia Day talks exclusively from CES floor, Haier Vision unleashes their mind-blowing Eye-Control TV, we get a first look at the Dynamic ePlate computer credit cards and HAPIfork shows how you can monitor your eating habits with an amazing electronic fork.
If you followed the news surrounding this year’s Consumer Electronics Show as well as last week’s episode of All Access Weekly from the convention floor in Las Vegas, you likely know that most of the buzz surrounded television. Industry giants presented the latest in television tech with absurdly...
See what happened when the Cannondale Pro Cycling team got their hands on the new GoPro Hero 3.
Dhani checks in with 50 at the SMS Audio booth at CES to talk music, boxing and Bellator MMA.
Dhani met up with Mat Honan of Wired Magazine to see what really made waves at CES.