Nintendo is being coy with information around their new NX console, and there’s a good reason behind that
Are consoles going to change as digital distribution rises, or can I rely on consoles to always be my BluRay players?
Were you saddened when XCOM 2 was announced as a PC exclusive? Buck up, soldier. It’s headed to the PS4 and Xbox One later this year.
In its latest earnings call, AMD suggests we’ll see new consoles of some sort towards the end of this year. PlayStation 4K? Nintendo NX? Or perhaps, just system refreshes.
Overwatch looks gorgeous on PC, so how well does it stack up on PS4 and Xbox One?
PlayStation VR’s accessibility is its ace in the hole, which could help it sell millions more than competitors.
Hate the shoddy quality of the PS4 controller’s thumbsticks? Make the upgrade to the better Xbox One thumbsticks today!
AMD is preparing to ship their fastest card yet in the smallest PC they could’ve found, for a compact, VR-Ready solution
According to mobile chip maker ARM, its hardware will be equivalent to the new PS4 and Xbox One by the end of 2017.
Apparently, it’s all about maths – which is why I understand roughly none of it.
According to EA’s Blake Jorgensen, console games are set to look even better. Developers, he says, are now getting to grips with the consoles and how they work.
If you’re still playing GTA V on the old gen consoles, it’s probably time to move on, as those versions wont be getting any of the game’s new features and additions.