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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.
PC tech giant AMD has revealed that it was the upcoming Radeon HD 7990 that powered EA’s technically impressive Battlefield 4 demo at GDC.
Sony has revealed that around a third of the games it sells on Vita are digital.
GameStick creator PlayJam has revealed dev kits for its portable Android console will start shipping next week, when the hardware will be making its first public appearance at GDC 2013.
Valve’s tight grip on the PC market is paying off, as the company saw business grow by around 50 per cent last year.
Nintendo of America has hinted at an upcoming US release of a special edition Nintendo 3DS XL featuring Pikachu.
Xbox executive Don Mattrick doesn’t believe Valve’s upcoming Steam Box hardware as competition in the console market.
Gabe Newell has revealed customers can expect to get their hands on an early version of Valve’s Steam Box hardware in the next three to four months.
It has in some parts of the media become the talking point of Sony’s big PS4 reveal this week.
Outside of the giant PS4 news this week, Mortal Kombat gets an AU release date, Synthesis opens in Singapore and PAX helps out indie developers.
In times of uncertainty on the High Street, it’s reassuring to feel some of that old-fashioned friction that only the games market can provide.
Nintendo has revealed a new ZombiU-featured Wii U bundle for North America.
Ouya will look to follow the way of smart phones and tablets, with plans to launch annual iterations of the Android-based console.
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.
Nintendo of America has announced pricing and release date info for its Fire Emblem: Awakening 3DS bundle.