Entries in 'Hardware' (307)
Supermarket chain Asda has gone live with a new Tech Trade-In offer that allows customers to hand over a range of their consumer tech – including games consoles – in ...
A special Metal Gear Solid-themed 3DS console will be released alongside Konami’s Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater next year.
Video games retail giant GameStop has been named as the exclusive stockist of Nintendo’s 3DS Circle Pad Pro.
The US games retail market generated $3bn overall in November representing a year-on-year rise of 0.4 per cent.
Retail giant Sainsbury’s has been the first supermarket to go aggressive on pricing this year. But it’s not new software the grocer is discounting – the firm has instead slashed ...
Having enjoyed success on Xbox 360, Microsoft is to take Kinect to the next stage of its development with a Windows-specific version of the hardware – as well as a ...
Nintendo’s 3DS was given a welcome boost in the Japanese charts last week thanks to the arrival of Super Mario 3D Land.
A first of its kind Blue Wii will be released on November 18th in the UK, Nintendo has announced.
It won’t be a shock to hear that Microsoft has admitted that it has ceased production of Zune hardware.
A new transfer cable is on the way from Microsoft that will allow gamers to transfer information between two of the new style Xbox 360 S consoles.
The all new Flame Red 3DS has launched in Australia and New Zealand today, adding to the already available Aqua Blue and Cosmos Black options.
Sony has finally confirmed that its PlayStation Vita handheld console will be region free, according to the president of Sony Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida.
Starting Monday 15th September, Microsoft will be kicking off a Kinect tour at shopping centres throughout Australia.
Sony has announced two brand new colour variants of the PS3 that will be released in Japan later this year.
Xbox Australia today announced that it will be lowering the RRP on the Xbox 360 and Kinect bundles by AUD$50 from tomorrow, 15th September.
Sony Computer Entertainment Australia announced a 400% PS3 sales jump last week, and has today confirmed 300% in New Zealand.
After a huge price slash of the Playstation 3 console on 22nd August, Sony has confirmed that sales in Australia have risen over 400%.
With Christmas rapidly approaching, Microsoft has decided to spruce up its Kinect hardware offer.
Xbox 360 is approaching its sixth birthday, and the Wii and PS3 their fifth. This is when a new console cycle would traditionally begin.
With the huge Nintendo 3DS price drop now in effect, MCV takes stock of what prices each Australian / New Zealand retailer are hitting.
Sony sold 1.8m PS3 consoles in the quarter ending June 30th 2011. That’s around 600,000 fewer units than it sold in the same quarter last year.
Nintendo Australia has confirmed its plans to drop the suggested retail price of the 3DS in Australia and New Zealand, starting 12th August.
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 ...