Entries in 'Next-gen' (120)
Microsoft has said that pre-orders for the Xbox One are “trending ahead” of those enjoyed by the Xbox 360 at the same stage in its pre-release cycle.
Although there are indications that there’s a decent appetite for Xbox One and PS4 in the West, the same can’t necessarily be said of Japan.
The Strider franchise is being lined up for a return in 2014 publisher Capcom has announced as Comic-Con in San Diego.
Yves Guillemot has said that his company must increase its open-world gaming output as it looks to capitalise on the upcoming arrival of the next-generation.
He built arcade classic Marble Madness. He produced Sonic 2. He brought Crash and Spyro to market. Oh, and his PS4 design reignited passions for Sony. MCV meets Mark Cerny ...
Online retail giant Amazon has sold its entire launch day allocation for both next-generation consoles.
Are publishers like EA, Ubisoft and Activision being smart by releasing their games as cross-generation titles this Christmas?
UK retailers have warned that consumers may hold-off buying PS4 or Xbox One in order to play GTA V.
This year's Gamescom in Cologne will be the biggest event in the show's five-year history, thanks in no small part to Xbox One and PS4.
The excitement surrounding the next generation of consoles has led to a record-breaking performance on Amazon.com.
The boss of EA Sports has warned his teams not to ‘screw up’ its next gen games.
Developer Infinity Ward cannot finish work on key elements of Call of Duty: Ghosts as it is yet to receive final next-gen hardware samples.
All the noise surrounding the next-generation of consoles is a fantastic opportunity for investors to make big money from gaming.
It sounds like PC gamers may face a bit of a wait for true next-gen FIFA to be released on PC.
Xbox One games will not cost more than Xbox 360 titles.
A subtle dig at proposed next-gen restrictions or a casual observation about market strategy?
What a difference a day makes.
The first ever next-gen gameplay footage for EA's FIFA 14 has been released.
Microsoft appears to have grabbed an early advantage in the next-gen sales war.
The launch of PS4 and Xbox One is a “good time to reinvent classic games.”