The Xbox One may be lagging behind the PlayStation 4 in terms of lifetime sales, but research from the research firm IDC suggests the two newest versions of the consoles, the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro, are nearly tied for holiday season interest.
Longtime game designer Manveer Heir has gone indie, but before that he spent years at BioWare working on Mass Effect 3 and Mass Effect: Andromeda.
The Legend of Zelda for Wii U missed its 2015 release and didn't show up in Nintendo's 2016 financials forecast either, though current scuttlebutt is guessing Zelda Wii U launches at the end of this year, right with Nintendo's new "NX" console and an "NX" port of ZeldaWii U (much like Nintendo did with Twilight Princess).
If you want to get your hands on Microsoft's holographic headset, the company is nowtaking pre-orders for the HoloLens Development Edition. Hardware will be shipping to the US and Canada on March 30, just scraping in to Microsoft's first-quarter deadline. As previously announced, the hardware will cost $3,000.
Sony announced on Monday that it will shutter the PSP's native store on March 31, 2016. Customers will still be able to purchase PSP content from the company's webstore, just not directly through their devices. That said, users will ...
Ladies and gentlemen: freedom is at stake. But not to worry, because an unstoppable troop of bros has arrived on PS4 to protect it. It’s time for Broforce.
Pikachu was one of the 151 Pokémon introduced in the original games back in 1996, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this week. He quickly became its breakout star, featuring prominently in the popular cartoon, movies, card game, and tons of merchandise. You saw him on everything: T-shirts to plush dolls and
HTC revealed last week that its Vive virtual reality headset would cost $799 in the US, but the company has kept mum until now on just how much it'll cost early adopters around the world. As of today, it's a mystery no more: the Vive will cost £689 in
Recently, there was a Nintendo leak posted on NeoGAF said to be from an internal US marketing budget and schedule overview for the rest of 2016 leaked by a Nintendo insider. Fake leaks happen all the time (Rayman in Super Smash Bros., anyone?), but with today'sofficial announcement of Pokémon Sun and Moon, this rumored information has gained credibility.
Pikachu may be Pokémon’s king of crowd-pleasing cuteness (and dancing), but that doesn’t mean that the other Pocket Monsters don’t have their own specialties which they do better than anyone else. As you might guess from his name, Snorlax snoozes superiorly