Microsoft had previously promised to show more upcoming Xbox One games at E3, because at the end of it all, when the hardware finally ships, it's all about the games. We are glad that the company kept to its word. Throughout their E3 press conference which was held earlier this week, Microsoft and its partners showed some of the blockbuster titles that we will all be looking forward to playing as this holiday season draws ever closer. and when the hardware finally ships, it's all about the games.
Both Sony's PS4, and Microsoft's Xbox One, are now available for pre-order through various retail outlets. Details and more info on pre-ordering can be found right after the break.
Retail price of both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have been confirmed by their respective manufacturers. Here are all the details.
Sony PlayStation 4 was announced backed in February with a (super) lengthy three hour event that revealed tons of features and details, but missed on something big and important: the design of the console itself. And today during a press conference at E3, Sony has finally taken the wraps off and has revealed what PS4 actually looks like.
It's been rumored for quite some time that both Microsoft and Sony would be hitting the shelves with their next-generation consoles this holiday season, but today's slip from Danny Isaac all but confirms the planned release time for the Redmond company's new gaming console.
Today, as if a reminder was ever required, is the opening morning of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, otherwise known as WWDC. If you're reading this, chances are you're eagerly awaiting the revelations and announcements from Moscone West, and with the wait almost now over, here are the details of how, where and when you can watch and follow the coverage.