Microsoft has officially announced the Xbox Series X launch date time-frame. Here's everything you need to know about it.
Sony has announced PlayStation 5 / PS5 release date window time and naming along with a few new details. Here’s everything you need to know.
Nintendo Switch game console-handheld hybrid is official. Here's release date, features, price details and everything else you need to know about it.
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.
Could we be looking at the possible announcement of Xbox One Slim somewhere around June this year? If recent FCC filings by Microsoft are anything to go by, there is a plausible reason to believe that the Xbox One could be in for a small hardware refresh.
Smartphones are getting ridiculously powerful, folks. The smartphones we carry today in our pockets are more powerful than the computers used to launch the first spaceship back in the 1960s, this, is while these smartphones are mostly being used to launch pissed off birds at evil pigs.
Remember the date folks - today is the day Apple (and Firemint) changed the video gaming world.
It was only last week when we reported about a USB Modchip called the PS Jailbreak for the PlayStation 3 which enable users to create backups of original games on the internal or any external drive connected to the PS3. One of the biggest complain has been the high price tag ($169), considering that it could go to waste if Sony cripples it in the next firmware update. And so as a result, Chinese clones of PS Jailbreak USB Modchip have started to pop up already which costs relatively less (around $20 to $30) than the original thing.
PlayStation 3 has been in the market for quite some time now, and it packs lots of power for both gaming and entertainment purposes. Released back in November 2006, it has since then been one of the most praised consoles in gaming history. There are now talks going on in the wild about Sony already working on the next-gen PlayStation 4 (or PS4). Release date is expected to be somewhere between late 2012 to 2014, and that the development of next-gen games for this console has already begun.