Entries in 'Hardware' (324)
Microsoft has hinted at the possibility of Xbox One downclocking itself to protect itself from overheating.
The Wii U’s full retail price of between £250 and £300 is not the reason for its market struggles.
Word on the digital street this morning is that retail giant Amazon could be on the verge of a spectacular entry to the console market.
654.12m. That amazingly high figure is the number of consoles that Nintendo has sold in the last 30 years.
Another Android console is heading to market later this year.
A black model of Nintendo’s 3DS XL line looks to be on its way to shelves in North America, according to an ad promoting the hardware.
Android and PC streaming gaming handheld Shield has been given a new release date by Nvidia.
This week, the IGEA calls the sales reporting systems in Australia 'outdated', while banned games look for new avenues into the country.
The Nvidia Shield console won’t be hitting shelves this month as originally planned, thanks to a mechanical issue in the eleventh hour.
Microsoft’s Xbox One headset will not be included with the Xbox One hardware.
The graphics card war looks like it’s getting ugly.
Hopes that Wii U might increase its competitive position via a price cut in the run-up to Christmas have seemingly been dashed.
Human rights organisation Walk Free has launched a campaign targeting Nintendo.
Developer Infinity Ward cannot finish work on key elements of Call of Duty: Ghosts as it is yet to receive final next-gen hardware samples.
Xbox boss Don Mattrick has argued that, even at £429, the Xbox One is “over-delivering value”.
A Limited Edition Day One version of the Xbox One will be available to pre-order from some retailers.
A failure to keep pace with changes to the international games market has hit the Japanese games industry hardest.
MCV Pacific interviews Xbox Australia Product Manager Adam Pollington about the new hardware this week, and there are new faces at Activision APAC.
It looks like April may have been another terrible month for Wii U in the US.
For a brief, brief moment this was the most exciting thing we’d seen all year.
Nintendo will release a pink version of its 3DS XL next month.
Nintendo appears to be on the verge of releasing a brand new 3DS SKU in the UK.
Problems with Ouya units sent out to early backers will be eased come the official launch in June, the company has insisted.
The PS4 will likely be hard to find on the High Street when it eventually arrives (hopefully) later this year.
The PlayStation 4 will be introduced globally in 2013, retailer GameStop’s executive vice president of strategy business and brand development Michael Hogan has said.