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A supposed Microsoft insider over at NeoGAF has been revealing all sorts of secret information on the company’s Xbox One plans, including details of the India launch.
Google is rumoured to be readying the axe for its Nexus hardware line.
A games-focused under-the-TV entertainment system will be launched by Amazon in 2014, a new report has claimed.
Game4u has a trade-in offer for those looking to move up from PS3 or Xbox 360 to the PS4.
If you thought buying a Steam Machine would take away the hassles of PC upgrades and quickly outdated hardware, Alienware has some news for you.
We normally wouldn’t put too much stock into analyst predictions, but when a console price drop is the topic of discussion, any sliver of hope is welcome.
The UK physical games market has grown for the first time in five years.
Speaker manufacturer Klipsch had revealed a pair of upcoming headsets designed specifically for gaming.
The company behind the Neo Geo X retro console has accused SNK of “bullying” retailers.
Global PC sales fell at their fastest rate ever in 2013.
UK online retailer ShopTo says it is enjoying its most successful year on record.
The PlayStation 4 is finally on sale in India, and Sony is already talking shortages.
Specialist games retailer Games The Shop has confirmed that it will hold a midnight launch for the PlayStation 4.
Gaming peripherals maker Mad Catz has partnered with Origin Games to bring its range of products to India.
Game4u has announced that it will hold midnight launches for the PlayStation in four cities.
Flipkart has stopped accepting preorders for the PlayStation 4 just days after kicking off its pre-order campaign.
Update 2: Landmark has revealed more incentives for gamers to head to their stores for the midnight launch.
Despite the many negative reactions over the pricing of the PlayStation 4 and its games in India, Sony is quite confident about the console’s prospects, especially in the launch period. ...
Sony yesterday announced that the PlayStation 4 would retail for Rs 39,990 in India, and while that didn’t come as a surprise considering everything we’ve been hearing over the last ...
The PlayStation 4 will go on sale in India on 6th January at a maximum retail price of Rs 39,990.
Sony India’s press conference on Wednesday, where it will reveal launch plans for the PS4 in India, will be live-streamed.
The PlayStation 2 is India’s highest selling console by far, but with Sony having discontinued production earlier this year, it appears the console will narrowly miss hitting the landmark one ...
Although certain press releases issued last night may make you think the opposite, it is PS4 that has emerged as the early leader in the next-gen US sales race.