In an interesting turn of events, it has emerged that Microsoft actually demoed Xbox One games during the E3 conference using HP desktops loaded with Windows 7 and powered by Nvidia GTX 700 series graphics cards.
At a pre-E3 press briefing Sony’s Chief Executive Jack Tretton revealed that PlayStation 4 will have “no restrictions” on used games and that users will not be required to keep their gaming consoles connected to the internet as long as they are playing single player games.
Microsoft has announced that its Xbox One will be launched in November this year just before the holiday season and will be priced at $499.
Microsoft detailed (to some extent) its Xbox One for the first time three weeks back wherein it went on about the media capabilities of the console – a home entertainment system, if we may, rather than talking about the gaming capabilities of the console and since then there have been news and speculations surrounding the console.
Sony is to reveal more information about its next gaming console – the PlayStation 4 tonight and chances are that the consumer electronics giant will show off some big game titles along with answers to some rather important questions.
Sony must have flipped the pages on its PlayStation book to as early as PlayStation 3 launch and having learned a lesson or two it will try to keep the pricing of PlayStation 4 as much under $400 as it possibly can, claims an analyst.
Microsoft has come clear on game resales on the Xbox One because of which gamers will be greeted with more restrictive rules once the console is released later during the year.
Android based gaming console and one of the most successful projects on Kickstarter, Ouya, has been delayed and will now launch on June 25, the company has revealed.
World of Warcarft, gaming industry’s most popular franchise and one of Activision Blizzard's cash cow, is bleeding subscribers with 1.3 million defecting the game in the first quarter of 2013 alone.