Microsoft has finally unveiled its new Xbox One console. Is it impressive enough? How well does it stack up against the Sony PlayStation 4 in terms of hardware? Read on to find out more.
Microsoft has just unveiled its new generation of console gaming, and gamers around the world look on with anticipation and hope. Jump in for the latest coverage of Microsoft's Xbox ONE reveal!
In a recent Tweet, Major Nelson–the official spokesperson for Xbox–has revealed that Microsoft's upcoming next-gen Xbox reveal will only last an hour.
Nintendo has announced that they will allow gamers to play Wii U game demos from the E3 show-floor in selected retail stores across US and Canada next month.
Recent sources have indicated that Microsoft's next-gen Xbox console may in fact be more smaller and compact than its current-gen predecessor and may feature newly redesigned controllers with a "flattened" appearance. The rumor also suggests a new Xbox LIVE dashboard update will roll out in the next coming months to prepare gamers for the next-gen
Guerilla Games has talked about what it’s like to program on the PlayStation 4 and the news is good; it’s easy to work with.
Michael Pachter, a leading industry analyst, has made claims that both Sony and Microsoft will reveal key information during this year's E3 expo on both the Xbox 720 and PS4, from pricing to official release dates and even the physical consoles themselves.
Nvidia’s Android-based portable gaming system, the Shield, is finally taking preorders with a price tag of $349, to be released in June.
Despite earlier reports, an insider is now claiming that the release of Sony’s PlayStation 4 will not be delayed until 2014 for the European market.
A PlayStation 4 reveal ad has been circling the net lately, and while it’s probably a fake it is still a really cool video that will get you pumped for the real thing.
Sony has revealed that it never considered requiring an internet connection to use its next-generation gaming console.
Microsoft is returning to Gamescom this year to show off the "Next chapter of Xbox gaming experiences".
Sony has recently locked in the timeframe for their official press release at E3 2013, where they are expected to reveal new info on the upcoming PS4–and perhaps even a physical build of the console itself.
Major Nelson, the official spokesperson for Xbox, has revealed Microsoft's official E3 invitation and that live coverage of the Xbox Media Briefing at this year's E3 event will be streamed over Xbox LIVE.
It's been a while since the new DualShock 4 controller was revealed during the PlaysStation 4 press conference earlier this year, but now we're finally treated to a video detailing the practical uses of the new controller.
Mark Cerny from Sony shared why the move to abandon proprietary processors for an x86 chip with unified architecture is the right move for the PS4.
New source possibly confirms Xbox 720 features including backwards compatibility and no always-on requirement
A user on NeoGAF has found a new source that may very well be the final release specifications for Durango, Microsoft's next-gen Xbox console. The source seems to put many of the dreaded rumors to rest, dispatching worrisome rumors like always-on, limited backwards compatibility, and more.
According to a recent rumor, game developers will only have access to 7 GB's of the PlayStation 4's 8GB of RAM, with the remaining gig being utilized by the console's operating system.
“Rumors” want Microsoft’s new Xbox console launching alongside the long awaited Crytek’s Kinect game Ryse. According to the same rumors, Ryse is aspired to be Microsoft’s flagship title for the year.
Microsoft has released an official apology regarding the biting comments made by creative director Adam Orth, who sparked internet infamy in the gaming sector with his defense of the Xbox 720's hotly debated "always online" function.