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Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 will arrive on Xbox One later this month, Halfbrick has announced.
A 500GB white Xbox One with Sunset Overdrive can now be had £279.99 directly from Microsoft.
An upgraded edition of Payday 2 is heading to Playstation 4 and Xbox One this June, publisher 505 Games has announced.
New data collected by research firm Superdata claims PlayStation hardware is generating significantly more digital revenue than Xbox in the US.
Ghostly meme horror villain Slenderman is preparing to make his next-gen debut.
There’s another free-to-play game on the way to Microsoft’s Xbox One.
The rumours were true – Lionhead’s Xbox One and PC multiplayer title Fable Legends will be free-to-play.
Brighton-based developer FuturLab has signed a new partnership with Sierra, Activision's indie publishing label, to release new versions of its hit Velocity 2X later this year.
A survey of US console owners has found that the main reason PS4 buyers opted for Sony’s console is “better resolution”.
Microsoft is launching a free version of Forza based on Universal’s Fast & Furious series.
This year’s E3 will offer something a little different from the norm from Microsoft and Xbox, US marketing boss Aaron Greenberg has said.
Xbox One's March update will offer a few new features, including the ability to take screenshots directly from the console's dashboard.
Boxed games are struggling to sell because consumers don’t need to buy any, UK retailers have told MCV.
A new Rock Band effort is reportedly in the works for Sony and Microsoft's latest consoles.
Ubisoft’s experimental PC Grow Home could yet brand out onto other platforms.
PlayStation 4 will beat out Xbox One over the first five years of the current console era, market research company Strategy Analytics has predicted.
Free-to-play action MMO World of Tanks is coming to Xbox One, developer Wargaming has announced.
Darkside Games, the studio working on the Xbox One reboot of Phantom Dust, has been closed.
Microsoft will reportedly turn retail Xbox One hardware into development kits and open up app creation to all developers.
An analysis of articles published online in 2014 has shown that PlayStation enjoyed around 35 per cent more coverage than Xbox.
“You have to do mobile gaming to be successful in the long-term.”
Nordic looks to be preparing a handful of its IPs for an HD re-release on next-gen consoles.
Hardware sales may be down year-on-year in the US in January, but PS4 and Xbox One are already tracking far ahead of their predecessors in the US.
Techland has detailed DLC plans for Dying Light, with the game's first content drop Cuisine & Cargo launching today across all platforms.
Titanfall 2 looks more likely than ever to be heading to PS4.