Around the Network - late November edition

All the best gaming and tech headlines from around the web

It's late November and finally, finally, the next generation is here! With today's launch of the PlayStation 4, the circle is complete and we can start enjoying a brand new age of gaming. Whether you choose the PS4 or the Xbox One, or both and top it up with a Wii U and your trusty ol' PC, there's more good times a coming and 2014 is going to be an immense year for gaming. Elsewhere our brave lads 'n lasses of games and tech have scoured the internet for buried treasure and here's this week's portion.


The Ps4 is finally here! Find out everything you need in our PlayStation 4 launch centre

PS4 is here, but what about next year? Go beyond launch with our guide to the best 2014 PS4 games

Games Radar

GamesRadar loves the next-gen consoles, but even so it has found 23 Little Things That Annoy Us About Xbox One.
Meanwhile, GR has also spoken to a number of indie developers, including Hohokum creators Honeyslug, to find out Why Sony Is Being Smarter With Indies Than Its Rivals.

Official Nintendo Magazine

Check out our first impressions Super Mario 3D World
Flying fairly? Find out in our Bravely Default review

Official PlayStation Magazine

The PS4 launch info, games & details round up - everything you need to know
PS4's 10 biggest launch games - the release day essentials

Official Xbox Magazine

Seven Microsoft technologies that didn't make it into Xbox One
Upload Studio tips: 10 ways to become an Xbox One video star


Lucky enough to be playing a shiny new PS4 this weekend? Check out T3''s list of the ultimate PS4 games you need to play.
If you need a winter fitness boost, take a look at our video review of Nike's new Fuelband SE fitness tracker.


There's a new Kindle in town and it's your portal to all things Amazon. Read our Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 review.
The PS4 has hit the UK. Find out if it's worth your money in our PS4 review.

Tesco Tech

Bought a new PlayStation 4? Check out our essential tips and tricks for making the most of your new console.
Christmas is time to get snap happy with your camera, but you may not want your photos taking up all of your precious memory space. Find out how to copy photos from your camera to an Android device if you don't have access to a PC.

Total Film

Feel the terror of our Worst to best horror movie remakes
Sisters are doing it for themselves in our 40 greatest female double acts