Entries in 'Hardware' (335)
A Fire Emblem-themed 3DS hardware bundle is heading to US and Canada, Nintendo of America has announced.
The popularity of Nintendo’s 3DS in Japan shows no signs of abating with the device having now sold over 10m units in the territory.
The 1990s. The Super Nintendo and Sega Mega Drive. The Game Boy and the Gamegear (or the Atari Lynx, if you like).
The console sector is at a crossroads, and a look at the numbers behind Xbox 360 and PS3 make for uncomfortable reading.
Valve appears to have made plans to reveal its custom PC-console this year.
Sales of video games consoles in 2012 fell 33.1 per cent year-on-year.
Sales of Wii U hardware and software failed to meet expectations at leading US games retailer GameStop, an analyst has claimed.
The fist shot in the next-gen console battle has seemingly been fired.
Konami and Sony have teamed up to release a limited edition Metal Gear Rising Revengeance PS3 console in Japan.
Nintendo’s Wii U console sold around 40,000 units in its first 48 hours on sale in the UK, MCV understands.
Well, we're all a good few hours into playing our Wii U's now, and sales charts for Q3 this year have come in.
Sales of the PlayStation Vita have fallen to an all-time low in Japan, but that’s not Sony’s biggest concern this week.
This is something you don’t see every day.
The iPad Mini. Well, that’s not a surprise, is it? But the new iPad 4? We admit – we had no idea that one was coming.
Xbox 720 will likely launch with cut-price hardware subsidised through monthly subscriptions.
The Xbox 360 will not be receiving a price cut in the UK this Christmas, Microsoft has told MCV.
Valve has revealed its searching for people to playtest its games and hardware prototypes.
The new PS3 launched this week, Dick Smith was sold, while the Wii U was confirmed as playable at the EB EXPO, which has only 8'000 tickets left.
Valve’s freshly revealed hardware team will be looking into public beta tests next year for the division’s various prototypes.
Freeplay kicked off this week with a visit from Tetsuya Mizuguchi, while Ubisoft wins the industry soccer tournament and EB EXPO is selling fast.
Valve has finally admitted the company’s plan to enter the hardware market.
The established Nintendo narrative amongst European journalists seems to be quite negative at the moment, but the story in Japan could hardly be better.
A brand new peripheral is threatening to eclipse the advances made by technologies such as Kinect.
The stupid thing is we know it’s a lie. But in the modern world of tightly controlled corporate communication strategies, this is what we have to work with.
Nintendo could be on the way to withdrawing from the console hardware market, according to one of gaming’s most senior executives.