Playstation 4 Remote Play: Is it Worth the Hype?

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When the PlayStation 4 launched in November last year, one of its major selling points, and one of the most-demonstrated features, was Remote Play. This is the ability to hook up your PS4 and your PlayStation Vita, allowing you to stream PS4 games on to the small screen, hand-held device. Which let’s face it, is pretty damn handy if someone is hogging the TV. Now you don’t have to kick the family out of the living room to get playing your favourite game. Just grab your Vita, link up to your PS4 and start gaming. But as impressive as it sounds, is it really worth all the hype?

This early on we’re probably not expecting perfection, but is it something that works? Is it a service that people will genuinely use? We tested it out to see whether it should be a big factor in you purchasing a PS4, currently in stock with launch packs at GAME and EBay.

Game play
Remote Play is extremely easy to set up and, on initial showings, works very well. The PS4’s Remote Play works natively, unlike the PS3’s case-by-case support, which means that game developers can add in tailored controls for certain games. So in Assassin’s Creed 4 for example, there are touch screen controls for the map, but you can also use the Vita’s shoulder buttons as triggers, a simple tweak that works brilliantly.

Although there can be issues with WiFi connections, generally speaking there are very few drop-outs in the middle of your game. If you’re patient and hit the ‘X’ button on the Vita, the game starts up again pretty soon, and if you have a decent broadband connection, you probably won’t have any problems.

Flexibility
Thankfully, this is a pretty minor complaint when set against the wonder of playing a proper game of something like Assassin’s Creed on a portable console. You can play your games in bed, on the train, and the games look as beautiful as anything we’ve seen on a hand-held. The HD stream on the OLED screen is a real game changer, and compares favourably with the Xbox 360, thanks to the next-gen rendering.

Other uses
Whilst using Remote Play for games is definitely a big winner, that’s not all you can do. You can also connect to your console via your smartphone, making it easy to message friends and manage PSN friend requests without having to fire up the console or log on to the SEN website. Overall, lots of the second screen uses are more practical and pleasant than you would imagine they might be.

In conclusion, we think Remote Play for the PS4 is definitely worth the hype. If you’ve got a PS4 and a Vita and haven’t linked them up yet, you’re definitely missing a trick. It’s very easy to hook them up and this will definitely make the both the Vita and the PS4 hugely desirable to gamers everywhere.

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Shopto.net Launches Revised Membership Scheme

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Shopto.net have relaunched their membership scheme, all details of which can be found below. Feel free to use the comment box at the bottom of the page to discuss if you think you will benefit from these revisions.

As a way to thank our loyal ShopTo customers we are proud to offer a unique membership scheme! This provides every user with a range of benefits and savings against the majority of items listed on our website. Customers will automatically start at Bronze and work their way up through to Silver and Gold based on the amount of money spent over a 365 day period.

Membership Levels
Gold: Customers who spend a minimum of £700 or more on products in 365 days.
Silver: Customers who spend a minimum of £300 and less than £700 on products in 365 days.
Bronze: Customers who spend less than £300 on products in 365 days.
Trader: Customers who purchase 3 or more units of the same product.

Membership level will not effect when your pre-orders are processed. All pre-orders will continue to be processed in the order that they were placed and our Release Date or Compensate scheme applies equally to all levels.

GOLD MEMBERSHIP
Gold customers receive the very best discounts and benefits available. For any customer who spends over the value of £700 within a 365 day period will receive Gold Membership status. Points will no longer be issued on purchase of an item. Gold members instead receive an exclusive discount of 5% off the site price immediately at checkout. These discounts are not available to Silver or Bronze members.

In order to maintain your Gold Membership you will need to spend a minimum of £700 over a 365 day (1 year) period or your account will revert back to Silver / Bronze depending on spend. You can keep track of your purchase levels & total spend in your ShopTo account

Gold Membership Benefits:
Lost Parcel Priority: In the unfortunate event your item does not arrive we are able to replace / credit / refund after only 7 working days instead of the standard 15 days.
Exclusive Offers: Exclusive offers on titles and DLC content
Early Access: Early Access to sales & promotions: Get the heads up & take advantage before anyone else on future sales or special promotions we will be running.
Free Phone Customer Support: Access to an alternative free-phone number that will get you straight through to a senior member of our Customer Service team.
Returns: If you wish to return an unwanted item we will credit your ShopTo account up to £2.99 for the return postage cost or if its hardware we will collect the item free of charge.
Delivery Emergencies: In the event of a Royal Mail strike we will upgrade delivery of your purchase to a courier company free of charge to ensure you receive your item without delay.

SILVER MEMBERSHIP
Silver customers will receive great benefits & qualify for discounts at checkout. For any customer who spends a minimum of £300 and less than £700 over a 365 day period will receive Silver Membership status. Points will no longer be issued on purchase of an item. Silver members instead receive an exclusive discount of 3% off the site price immediately at checkout. These discounts are not available to Bronze members.

In order to maintain your Silver Membership you will need to spend a minimum of £300 over a 365 day (1 year) period or your account will revert back to bronze. You can keep track of your purchase levels & total spend in your ShopTo account.

Silver Membership Benefits:
Exclusive Offers: Exclusive offers on titles and DLC content
Free Phone Customer Support: Access to an alternative free-phone number that will get you straight through to a senior member of our Customer Service team.
Returns: If you wish to return an unwanted item we will credit your ShopTo account up to £2.99 for the return postage cost or if its hardware we will collect the item free of charge.
Delivery Emergencies: In the event of a Royal Mail strike we will upgrade delivery of your purchase to a courier company free of charge to ensure you receive your item without delay.

BRONZE MEMBERSHIP
When making a purchase of an eligible item on your ShopTo account you instantly receive 10 points for every £1 spent. The value of 100 points will equate to 25p for use at checkout prior to your next purchase.

You can view your points balance at any time when logged into your ShopTo account. If you click your name at the top right of the website, your available points balance will be displayed right away. You can keep track of your purchase levels & total spend in your ShopTo account.

TRADER
There is also an additional membership level of Trader. This level is automatically applied to any account that purchases 3 or more of the same item.
Terms and Conditions
The ShopTo membership scheme is free. Users are enrolled automatically upon registration. Bronze customer earn 10 points for every £1 spent on www.shopto.net. Points are credited instantly after purchase and can be redeemed in exchange for money off any future purchase during check-out.
Points cannot be redeemed once check-out has been completed.
All Bronze points must be redeemed within 2 months of upgrading to Silver membership (minimum spend of £300 in a 365 day period). If these are not used within 2 months, these will be lost.
For pre-orders bronze member points will be credited upon dispatch of your item. Where points earned do not equal a round number, they will be rounded up. You can view your points balance and a record of points spent and earned at any time in your ShopTo.Net account. Points can only be used for discount on the website and cannot be paid out in cash redemption value. Points cannot be transferred between accounts.
If a Lost Parcel Claim Form is submitted for a refund or an item returned for a refund any points earned will be reversed. If you have already spent these points we will deduct them from the next points you earn.
The value of any returned items which are refunded will be deducted from your total spend.
Customer membership levels are at the discretion of ShopTo and purchase quantities / spend required for Gold and Silver membership are subject to change at any time. Trader status is at our discretion and our decision on this is final. ShopTo reserves the right to remove points from customer accounts in the event of abuse being identified or suspected.
Points earned are valid for 12 months from the day on which they are credited to your ShopTo account. Any points not used after 12 months from issue will be removed from your points balance.
If the minimum spend is not met to maintain Silver / Gold membership over a 365 day period, membership will be downgraded accordingly.
Carriage costs do not count towards your minimum spend within a 365 day period for Bronze / Silver / Gold membership
Bronze points cannot be earned on carriage costs.
A minimum order total of £3.00 is required in your basket to redeem membership points.
The ShopTo membership scheme is subject to change or withdrawal without notice.
The Gold and Silver prices are applied to the list price of a product. If that product is already discounted, you won’t receive any additional discount.
Any pre-orders you already have stored prior to membership upgrade will remain at the same price initially. Once you have logged in, these will then be automatically updated to your new membership discount band within 7 days.

Products not eligible for discount / included within our membership scheme:
Hardware – e.g. PS4 / XBOX ONE consoles
Digital downloads – e.g. Music, Instant XBL / PSN cards
Already discounted items – e.g. Sale items

Frugal Gaming Scroogecast Episode 19 – Everybody Loves Daz [Explicit]

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Big Discounts on Blockbuster Titles on Playstation Store

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Playstation are treating us to yet another sale full of great prices. Please check below for the full list of price reductions and don’t forget to save more money by picking up some cheap PSN credit here

Battlefield 4 (PS3)
Was £59.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £24.99/€34.99/AU$44.95

Battlefield 4 China Rising (PS3)
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45

Battlefield 3 Premium Edition
Was £55.99/€69.99/AU$103.95, now £28.49/€34.99/AU$51.95

Battlefield 3
Was £29.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £7.99/€9.99/AU$12.95

Battlefield 3 – Back to Karkand
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05

Battlefield 3 – End Game
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05

Battlefield 3 Premium
Was £39.99/€49.99/AU$73.95, now £19.99/€24.99/AU$36.95

Battlefield 3: Aftermath
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05

Battlefield 3: Armored Kill
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05

Battlefield 3: Close Quarters
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05

Battlefield: Bad Company 2
Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Add-On Bundle
Was £23.99/€29.99/AU$43.95, now £9.99/€12.99/AU$18.45

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Kit Short-cut Bundle Pack
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
Not available in Israel, Kuwait, Ukraine

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Onslaught and Battlefield 1943
Was £9.99/€12.99/AU$18.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
Not available in Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, India, Israel, Kuwait, Qatar, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam
Was £9.99/€12.99/AU$18.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35

CRYSIS 3
Was £59.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £7.99/€9.99/AU$12.95

CRYSIS 3: The Lost Island
Was £11.99/€29.99/AU$21.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35

Crysis 2
Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05

Crysis 2 – Decimation Pack
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.19/€3.99/AU$5.85

Crysis 2 – Retaliation Pack
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.19/€3.99/AU$5.85

Crysis 2 Maximum Edition
Was £23.99/€29.99/AU$43.95, now £9.99/€12.99/AU$18.45

Dead Space 3
Was £59.99/€69.99/AU$99.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05

Dead Space 3 Awakened
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35

Dead Space 3 Tau Volantis Survival Kit
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35

Dead Space 2
Was £19.99/€29.99/AU$39.95, now £5.99/€7.49/AU$11.05
Not available in Germany

Dead Space 2 DLC Bundle
Was £17.99/€21.99/AU$32.95, now £7.29/€8.99/AU$13.25
Not available in Germany

Dead Space 2 Martial Law Pack
Was £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35, now £1.59/€1.99/AU$2.95
Not available in Germany

Dead Space 2: Hazard Pack
Was £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35, now £1.59/€1.99/AU$2.95
Not available in Germany

Dead Space 2: Severed
Was £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35, now £2.79/€3.49/AU$5.15
Not available in Germany

Dead Space 2: Supernova Pack
Was £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35, now £1.59/€1.99/AU$2.95
Not available in Germany

Mass Effect 3
Was £15.99/€19.99/AU$24.95, now £7.99/€9.99/AU$12.95

Mass Effect 3 – Citadel
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35

Mass Effect 3: From Ashes
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35

Mass Effect 3: Leviathan
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35

Mass Effect 3: Omega
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35

Mass Effect 2
Was £19.99/€29.99/AU$39.95, now £7.99/€9.99/AU$12.95

Mass Effect 2 – Arrival
Was £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35, now £2.39/€2.99/AU$4.35

Mass Effect 2 – N7 Complete Arsenal Bundle
Was £6.49/€7.99/AU$11.75, now £3.19/€3.99/AU$5.85

Need for Speed Most Wanted
Was £17.99/€19.99/AU$39.95, now £10.99/€14.99/AU$17.95

Need for Speed Most Wanted – Complete DLC Bundle
Was £23.99/€29.99/AU$43.95, now £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95

Need for Speed Most Wanted – Deluxe DLC Bundle
Was £19.99/€24.99/AU$36.95, now £9.69/€11.99/AU$17.95

Need for Speed Most Wanted – Movie Legends Pack
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35

Need for Speed Most Wanted – NFS Heroes Pack
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35

Need for Speed Most Wanted – Terminal Velocity Pack
Was £11.99/€14.99/AU$21.95, now £5.49/€6.99/AU$10.35

Need for Speed Most Wanted Ultimate Speed Pack
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35

Borderlands 2
Was £29.99/€39.99/AU$49.95, now £9.99/€12.99/AU$18.45

Borderlands 2 Season Pass
Was £19.99/€29.99/AU$39.95, now £15.99/€19.99/AU$29.95
10% additional PS Plus discount

Psycho Pack
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
10% additional PS Plus discount

Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt
Was £6.49/€7.99/AU$11.75, now £3.19/€3.99/AU$5.85
10% additional PS Plus discount

Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
10% additional PS Plus discount

Captain Scarlett and her Pirate’s Booty
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
10% additional PS Plus discount

Mechromancer Pack
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
10% additional PS Plus discount

Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage
Was £7.99/€9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/€4.99/AU$7.35
10% additional PS Plus discount

Source: Playstation Blog

Gioteck EX-06 Wireless Headset Review | PS4

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Gioteck EX-06 Wireless Headset | Reviewed Using PS4
One of the most common questions I get asked is which PS4 compatible headsets provide the best value for money. So I decided to do some research to try and answer this question as accurately as possible. I scoured the internet for reviews of the Gioteck EX-06 as I had got lots of positive feedback about them. Nearly every review I found were by people that had been sent the headsets by Gioteck to review and pretty much every one of those reviews were positive. Being the cynical chap I am, I never take much notice of reviews where people have been given stuff by the manufacturer, just in case this has clouded their judgement.

So I thought I’d take a punt and buy them in order to write a review. When I bought these for a very frugal £36 from Asda, I wasn’t expecting much. I have always found Gioteck products to be very good quality, but surely there’s no way of making a quality wireless headset for the PS4 for only £36?

Maybe, just maybe I was wrong.

First impressions
After unboxing, you are presented with a hard carry case which the headset is stored in. This is a nice touch as every other gaming headset I own ends up getting chucked in to a drawer where they inevitably end up damaged or at the very least get blu-tack stuck on them. Upon opening the case you find the pretty impressive looking headset, folded up in a way that resembles the headset equivalent of the fetal position. Not the tat I was expecting at all. The headset comes with various cables, including USB to Mini USB cable for charging and a cable that plugs in to the PS4 controller which enables chat.

After removing the headset from it’s case I was surprised with how well made they felt. Like many other Gioteck products they have a rubberised finish that makes them almost arousing to touch (this maybe just me). They also unfold with a satisfying snap and felt very sturdy. The mic can be connected to either side of the headphones, or detached and stored away when not required.

Connecting to console
The USB connector is unfortunately a really annoying design as it requires slightly more space in front of the console than most others I have used. However, connecting the receiver to the PS4 is easy as can be, you simply plug the USB wireless receiver in to the console, change one audio setting on the PS4 and you’re ready to roll. Once you have plugged it in, you then need to turn on the power button on the headset and they pair seamlessly.

Comfort
As soon as I put these on to my ample head, I realised much to my surprise that these were actually the most comfortable headphones I had ever owned. They fit really snugly and don’t feel like you’ve got a mobile disco balancing on your head, unlike some Turtle Beach headsets. To put them to the test, I undertook a small selection of physical activities to see just how well they stayed on. 5 press ups, 3 sit ups and one near heart attack later, they were still sitting firm and I almost forgot that I was wearing them.

Getting your game on
I then fired up my console and started to play Resogun as I thought this would be the perfect game to test out a wide range of audio levels. Straight away I realised there was a problem as the sound was cutting out every 2 seconds, making it impossible to hear what was going on in the game. At this point I was sitting about 3 feet to the right of my PS4 as I had the console connected to my PC monitor instead of my main TV, which is where the console and wireless receiver are situated. It soon became clear that the position that I was sitting was causing a connection problem. Although the headset specification states it has a wireless range 20ft, this only seems the case if there is a direct line of sight between the headset and the receiver. Any deviation from this causes the headset to cut out. Even sitting with your feet up obstructing the connection between the headset and the receiver will cause problems.

I have used many wireless headsets and out of all of them this was the only one I have had connection problems with. With my previous Turtle Beach wireless headset, I could go relieve myself in the toilet upstairs  whilst still wearing the headset without any connection problems or interference (much to the dismay of the people in my party chat). But with this set, I’d have no such luxury.

Sound Quality
The sound quality is pretty impressive for a headset that costs under £40. However, after playing several different games it became clear that sound quality is the main difference between these and the higher priced alternatives. Although the sounds of the voices, music and bass are all impressive individually, when you blend them all together the levels just don’t seem right. The bass and music tend to overpower the characters when they are talking, making it hard to understand what they are saying. If you increase the volume to try and hear what the characters are saying, the bass, background music, sound effects and gunfire will make you want to toss the headset across the room. If there was some way to equalize the sound levels there wouldn’t be a problem, but unfortunately there is no such feature on the PS4.

Overall, the sound is pretty good and I’m sure 90% of gamers would think they sound great. But if like me you are an anally retentive audio whore, you may want to invest in a more expensive alternative!

Chat
This is the one area where the headset really fails to impress. Although I could hear others in party chat well enough, they had problems hearing me. I sounded quiet and slightly distorted and the sound quality of the mic was worse than that of the standard headset included with the PS4. One positive is that you can change the game and chat volume independently to each other, enabling you to get the balance of game sound and chat volume set to your personal preference.

Conclusion
Overall this is a very good headset for the money, in fact I am pretty sure it’s the best wireless headset you will find for under £40. It’s well made, looks great and rivals even the most expensive headsets in terms of comfort. Unfortunately the disappointing wireless coverage, off kilter sound levels and piss poor mic stops it being a serious contender to other headsets such as the Turtle Beach PX4’s and Sony Gold wireless headset. I would also be hesitant to pay the full price for this headset, which is around the £70 mark.

If you are a gamer with a limited budget looking for a decent sounding headset, then the Gioteck EX-06 headset is for you. If you are looking for a wireless headset that has amazing sound quality and wireless coverage, save up a bit more cash and opt for a higher spec alternative.

For me, the wireless problems I encountered seriously effected my final score. If I hadn’t had these problems I’d have rated them 7.5/10

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This headset also compatible with the Xbox 360, PS3, Mac & PC and is currently £36 in-store at Asda.

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Specifications and features

  • Folding Hinge System: Fold-up design that allows for easier storage and transportation
  • 2.4GHZ Wireless Technology: Advanced wireless digital technology that broadcasts game audio up to 20ft
  • Superior Fit & Finish: Designed with superior materials for the ultimate comfortable fit
  • Flexible Mic Arm: Extensive adjustment for perfect positing and maximum voice clarity
  • Integrated Audio Controls: Intuitive audio controls on the ear cups for quick, easy access
  • Virtual Surround Sound: Featuring a virtual surround sound effect  for total game immersion
  • Advanced Noise Reduction: Eliminating game sound interference from external sources
  • Rich Detailed HD Audio: Delivering crisp highs, deep lows and everything between
  • Compatible with: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PC and Mac

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All Format Chart – Week ending 22nd February 2014

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POS.  TITLE  PUBLISHER  LAST
WEEK 
1 THE LEGO MOVIE VIDEOGAME WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE 1
2 FIFA 14 EA SPORTS 4
3 CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS ACTIVISION 2
4 BATTLEFIELD 4 EA GAMES 7
5 LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE 6
6 MINECRAFT: XBOX 360 EDITION MICROSOFT 9
7 GRAND THEFT AUTO V ROCKSTAR 5
8 ASSASSIN’S CREED IV: BLACK FLAG UBISOFT 8
9 DONKEY KONG COUNTRY: TROPICAL FREEZE NINTENDO
10 RAYMAN LEGENDS UBISOFT
11 LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII SQUARE ENIX 3
12 NEED FOR SPEED: RIVALS EA GAMES 12
13 NBA 2K14 2K SPORTS 17
14 WWE 2K14 2K SPORTS 16
15 TOMB RAIDER: DEFINITIVE EDITION SQUARE ENIX 11
16 GRAN TURISMO 6 SONY COMPUTER ENT. 15
17 LEGO BATMAN 2: DC SUPER HEROES WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE 19
18 LEGO STAR WARS: THE COMPLETE SAGA XBOX 360 CLASSICS
19 ALIENS: COLONIAL MARINES SEGA 14
20 KILLZONE: SHADOW FALL SONY COMPUTER ENT. 13
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Frugal Gaming Scroogecast Episode 18 – The Greatest Hits [Explicit]

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CastleStorm – Free to Siege Coming Soon for Mobile Devices

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CastleStorm is coming to mobile devices! The mobile adaption of the game will be free to play and offers players an incredible amount of content and exciting features that made the game a success on console and PC platforms.

Featuring console quality graphics and controls tailored for the touch screen, CastleStorm – Free to Siege includes four full campaigns with 150 battles and four nations with distinct troop classes, weapons, spells, bonus rooms, eight playable hero characters as well as brand new spells for the mobile version!

Players with Android devices interested in getting their hands on the game early are invited to participate in a private beta starting today. To join the beta, join the CastleStorm – Free to Siege Google Group by visiting http://www.castlestormgame.com/freetosiege/, opt-in to the CastleStorm Beta on the Google Play Store and then download the CastleStorm Beta.

“CastleStorm – Free to Siege is Zen’s first step into the free to play world. We have been watching, learning and planning our steps carefully so we do this right,” said Mel Kirk, Zen Studios Vice President of Publishing. “This beta period is extremely important to us and we really look forward to community feedback as it will certainly shape the final game.”

CastleStorm – Free to Siege will release on iOS, Google Play and Amazon later this spring.