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A US analyst has predicted that Sony could eventually grow to control virtually the entire console market.
As the last generation drew to a close, PlayStation limped over the line in third place, soundly beaten by Nintendo and Xbox. Now it is king of the consoles again ...
Customers who believe their Xbox Ones are producing an excessive amount of noise are being offered replacements by Microsoft.
Nintendo has revealed a new design for its handheld 3DS and 3DS XL consoles during its latest Nintendo Direct announcement.
Developers are being lured away from PC and mobile platforms back to the latest generation of console hardware, according to a new report.
What was initially meant to be one of the first Steam Machines will now be shipped with Windows installed and with an Xbox 360 controller.
Nvidia hopes to expand the niche audience for its Shield Portable gaming handheld with a worldwide release of the new Shield Tablet. MCV catches up with Chris Daniel, senior product ...
Japan’s console market saw a significant dip in earnings last year, a new annual report on the region finds.
Kids’ tech firm LeapFrog has announced a new educational games console, the LeapTV.
Disney's hit movie Frozen is to be emblazoned onto the side of Sony's PS4.
PC gaming hardware is now worth over $21.5 billion (£12.6bn) globally – over double the value of the console gaming market.
An alternative colour for the PS4 is due to hit European retailers later this year, SCE Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida has said.
Sony will be bundling its upcoming racer DriveClub with PS4 hardware.
It’s hard to envisage a future in which handheld consoles remain relevant, EA COO Peter Moore has argued.
It's a claim we've heard before, but the video below suggests that Nvidia has every right to boast.
Crysis developer Crytek has announced its second title in as many days.
A new Vita bundle has been confirmed for PAL territories including the UK.
The pressure on full-RRP games is higher than it’s ever been, one developer has claimed.
Publishers and platform holders no longer have to ignore one of the world’s biggest video games markets. China is open for business.
It is only a matter of time before studios are able to convince console users to splash out on in-game purchases without a major backlash.
The PC games sector may be dominant worldwide, but consoles are the real power in the UK and will remain so for years to come, says DFC Intelligence.
DayZ will come to consoles, hopefully sooner rather than later, says the game’s creator.
Nintendo is to develop a completely new console designed specifically to target China and other emerging economies.
Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox One will launch in China this September.
The PC games market has now surpassed the console gaming sector in terms of revenues, an analyst has claimed.