Entries in 'Hardware' (141)
Nintendo has once again stated that the 3DS has a long life ahead of it, despite the company's upcoming Switch launch. Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima told investors at a Q&A ...
Here’s our take on the big events in the games industry this year.
Having denied it just days ago, Nintendo has now conceded that the end has come for Wii U.
Announced on-stage at an event in New York in September, Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro is the platform holder’s hardware for serious gamers.
The NES Classic arrives in the UK tomorrow, but for some buyers one accessory is going to be an absolute must.
Microsoft was ready to announce and release a streaming Xbox device intended to launch shortly after E3.
It appears that time is finally up for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 has returned to the top of the weekly UK hardware race following a number of cut-price bundles.
A Famicom-themed version of the NES Mini has been announced for Japan.
The chief executive of the Pokemon Company has become the first senior industry figure to openly discuss the hybrid design of Nintendo NX.
Final Fantasy fans are very much being encouraged to buy into the new world of PS4 Slim with a brand new limited edition console heading to retail in November.
Has Xbox One finally turned the tide against PS4 in the North American market?
Two new PlayStation consoles will be available before Christmas.
The odd saga of the PS4 Slim continues.
The console isn’t the only hardware to undergo a redesign in Sony’s new PS4 Slim SKU.
Sony has cut production of the existing PS4 ahead of the official announcement of the PS4 Slim and the PS4 Neo, reports have suggested.
Intel’s run of almost uninterrupted reign at the top of the PC processor market could be in for a serious challenge.
Nintendo has announced three new colour variations for its 3DS handheld in the UK.
Microsoft will release the two remaining versions of the Xbox One S in the UK next month.
Almost three years after its release, Sony is finally adding one of the most commonly requested features to the machine.
Microsoft won’t be releasing any more stock of the 2TB Xbox One S, it has been claimed.
Microsoft’s Xbox One S officially arrived in the UK this week, but tracking one down can currently be quite a challenge.
Will it? Won’t it? We now know for certain that the new Xbox One S does, in certain scenarios, run some games better than the existing model.
We finally have a pretty firm idea of what Nintendo has in store for the upcoming NX.