Archive for the ‘Game Console’ Category

Given the way the PlayStation Classic went down, people are understandably still dubious about how the Genesis Mini will turn out. But fear not, because all questions are now answered after a slew of reviews hit the internet.

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Nintendo has today relaunched its popular miniature NES Classic Edition, with 8BitDo also announcing that it has a new wireless controller ready for the new micro console and it’s available to pre-order right now.

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Here’s our very first look at what Ataribox console will look like, as shown off by Atari today in an official reveal.

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List of PS4 Pro 4K and HDR compatible games that will be available at launch has been released. Here are the details.

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Photos of PS4 Slim have leaked online. The refreshed console is expected to launch next month alongside the 4K-capable PlayStation Neo.

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Not content to be outdone by the miniature NES, Sega’s Mega Drive is also getting a remake, with a standalone mini console as well as a handheld variant being released that will ship with a massive 80 games to enjoy.

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Chinese company Fuze has announced the Tomahawk F1, an android-powered gaming machine that looks like a cross between PS4 and Xbox One, and will cost buyers just $140 when it goes on sale.

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Sony has launched beta of PS4 3.00 firmware update which brings with it game streaming to YouTube Live and a lot more. Here’s everything that is new coming soon to a PlayStation 4 near you.

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Valve’s Steam Machine project is an interesting one as far as the age-old problem of making PC gaming mainstream goes. The reason people like console gaming has always been the plug-and-play nature of the systems, with no configuration or upgrading needed. Steam Machines are supposed to help close the gap between consoles and PCs by packaging machines in fancy boxes that won’t look out of place next to a television, but what if you want to game on the go?

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Now that Xbox One has been announced, and naturally, immediate comparisons are already being drawn between it and the PlayStation 4 of Sony. Since we’re still a long way from seeing either of these two titans hit the market, it’s impossible to begin to compare the two up against each other in terms of performance, but taking into consideration the hardware specs of each, we can at least gauge a rough idea of how these two significant machines stand up to one another. Here, we’re going to use what information we already know to compare the hardware and features of each, and although this won’t be indicative of anything beyond mere reference, it does set the ball rolling.

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Attention PlayStation Vita owners. If you didn’t already know, then it might be the time to power on that little portable gaming machine and update the device as Sony has made the 1.80 software update available for all owners. If you happen to keep abreast of these things, then a lot of the functionality and upgrades within the update will already be known to you, but it does offer one or two little additional inclusions that may just bring a smile to even the most entitled Vita owner.

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Being third to market with the PlayStation three behind Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Nintendo’s Wii undoubtedly hurt Sony, at least in the early days. With gamers already having stumped up the money for the Xbox 360 in particular, Sony’s expensive option struggled to gain traction for quite some time after its release. A hugely staggered worldwide release did not help, either.

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