Entries in 'Next-gen' (120)
Sony appears to have emerged as the narrow front-runner in the early days of the next-gen console war in the US.
2013 was a huge year for the market. Even the launch of the biggest entertainment product of all time will forever be overshadowed by the year’s biggest moments: the launch ...
The games industry's biggest blockbusters are recovering after disappointing opening week sales.
Sony’s PS4 has commanded a greater share of online web traffic across five leading retail websites in the UK.
“It’s a very intense decision” – that’s how North American Ubisoft president Laurent Detoc describes the process leading up to the delay of a game.
Id Software co-founder John Carmack has said he is dissatisfied with the industry abandoning aging console generations and the huge audiences that they have in favour of rising costs and ...
Ubisoft’s latest Rayman title, Legends, is getting a next-gen makeover and will be coming to stores early next year.
PS4 won’t break all-time console sales records but will emerge as the next-gen console winner, analyst DFC Intelligence has predicted.
Last year one of the questions was whether free-to-play was really a legitimate business model or a temporary fad?
A new video demonstrating the tech powering Ubisoft’s The Division points to a very exciting looking next-gen release.
PS4’s early advantage over Xbox One is purely because it retails for £80 less.
The simplified architecture of PS4 and Xbox One allowed EA to reach a higher quality benchmark with its launch titles than it managed last time out.
New research from Way To Blue has suggested that PS4 put in a stronger social media performance than Xbox One in their respective 72 hour launch periods.
Shoppers are currently paying through the nose to secure Xbox One and PS4 consoles on eBay.
Nvidia insists players shouldn’t limit their decision between the PS4 and Xbox One when choosing their next gaming device.
The PS4 and Xbox One launch line-up has been overshadowed by games for Wii U, Vita and 3DS.
Sony’s PS4 arrives in the UK and Europe today and a new report has found that the machine currently has the advantage over its rival Xbox One on social media.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has emerged as the big winner in the next-gen games race, Activision has claimed.
Top independent chains have told MCV that PS4 is already ‘winning the war’ against Xbox One.
Pre-orders are sky high, but the latest data from Kantar Worldpanel reveals that the number of consumers eyeing Xbox One and PS4 is significantly higher.
The pace at which consumers will buy PS4 and Xbox One will vastly outperform what was seen with the current generation of machines.
GameStop has said that software and hardware trade-ins increased by a factor of four the weekend before PS4 launched in the US.
Publisher EA has dismissed concerns over falling sales of this year’s biggest games.
The UK arm of online retailer Amazon cannot guarantee pre-Christmas delivery of either next-gen console for those who have yet to order.
A new report states that PS4 is narrowly ahead of Xbox One as the new consoles hit shelves.