Entries in 'cycle' (18)
A second high-profile publisher figure has bemoaned the extended lifecycles of the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii.
Retail giant GAME says new hardware launches will take the games industry back to full strength.
Xbox 360 is approaching its sixth birthday, and the Wii and PS3 their fifth. This is when a new console cycle would traditionally begin.
It may be the case that new hardware is in the works at both Sony and Microsoft, but EA CEO John Riccitiello thinks that the console cycle as we know ...
Though we won't know anything concrete for a long, long time to come, the very first roll of the dice on what will eventually become the next generation of console ...
“Who knows,” Xbox's UK and Ireland general manager Neil Thompson replied to MCV when we asked if the Xbox 360 can survive another five years on the market.
The arrival of Kinect and Move this year does not mark the end of the traditional console hardware cycle, according to Ubisoft’s European MD Alain Corre.
A number of industry figures have expressed their belief that the games industry will not see another major new generation of consoles.
An update to the popular McAfee anti-virus software has left many owners of PCs running Windows XP SP3 unable to use their machines.
The High Street has called for increased games hardware marketing from the industry if they are to really make the lengthier console generation work.
Last year, Microsoft’s game software boss Phil Spencer offered a telling quote about the direction of the games industry to MCV.
The PS3 will eventually outsell Xbox 360 – that’s the prediction of PlayStation Network boss Peter Dille, who claims that Microsoft’s machine is unlikely to enjoy the same ten-year lifecycle ...
As Xbox 360 enters its fifth year on the market in times past we would typically be bracing ourselves for the arrival of its successor – but Microsoft reckons that ...
Andrew House, the president of SCE Europe, has suggested that owners of current consoles such as Wii and Xbox 360 will ‘upgrade’ to a PS3 in an effort to keep ...
It’s not the twinning but the taking part that counts, right? Nope. How you win or lose something like E3 is hard to fathom, but the reaction to Microsoft’s conference ...