Entries in 'Next-gen' (87)
A detailed look at the until now mysterious innards of the Wii U suggests that Nintendo’s machine will be eclipsed by the upcoming PS4 and Xbox 720.
Take-Two has reported a near doubling of revenue of $415.8m for the quarter ending December 31st 2012.
Who will move first in the next-gen battle? It’s the question on everyone’s lips in the games industry right now.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 will be the first machine in the series to abandon the DualShock joypad design, according to online reports.
It’s easy to think up some numbers. That’s true whether you’re a journalist or a tech person trying to sound clever in front of a journalist.
My dad could beat up your dad. Except neither of them exist beyond the confines of our imagination.
March, you reckon? Well it's funny you should say that...
Baird Equity Research’s Colin Sebastian believes that the PS4 will launch in October and will be followed by an Xbox 720 arrival the following month.
The console sector is at a crossroads, and a look at the numbers behind Xbox 360 and PS3 make for uncomfortable reading.
A Sony press conference scheduled for February 25th could be the launch platform for PS4, one online report has claimed.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has claimed that the length of the current console generation has damaged the games industry.
Dan Houser has said that the end of the current console cycle is exactly the right time to release Grand Theft Auto V.
A new Microsoft patent has added to the body of evidence suggesting Xbox 720 will be anything other than conventional.
Bear in mind that many people are still unable to play Kinect because their living room is too small.
EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has promised that EA will not abandon console publishing in the hunt for social and casual success.
Konami has revealed the next instalment in its popular stealth series – Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes.
Team Bondi has confimed that Whore of the Orient will be a next-generation IP.
Electronic Arts may be spearheading the digital revolution, but discs aren't dead yet, says COO Peter Moore.
The management team at EA has convinced analysts that the publisher is well positioned to thrive in the next-gen games market.
The success of PS4, Xbox 720 and Wii U rests on retail, says Sony.
Xbox 8, or perhaps Xbox ∞ (Xbox Infinity) could be the name of the successor to Xbox 360.
Ngmoco’s Ben Cousins has become the latest high-profile games exec to predict the death of the console.
Microsoft's Xbox roadmap includes the 2013 launch a $299 Xbox 360 successor and Kinect 2, convincing-looking (but dubious) documents posted online claim.
EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has said that E3 2012 is the first chapter in the next-gen story.