The Xbox One’s disappointing reveal has shot up sales of the Wii U on Amazon.com. The system was at #390 before the conference, but now has shot up to #40 due to Microsoft’s glorified TV box.
This momentum should carry Nintendo right into the summer as they have big plans for the Wii U at E3 and this fall. The console race has just begun but it’s good to see gamers are picking up a system that’s dedicated to gaming first, and multimedia second.
We haven't even seen what the Xbox One's first-party headset looks like yet, but Turtle Beach is already hoping folks will opt for its premium alternatives. The headset manufacturer announced today that it will be "among the first to market with Microsoft-licensed gaming headsets for the Xbox One."
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Mark September 24th on your calendars. That’s the North American release date for FIFA 14, arriving on store shelves for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. The worldwide release of FIFA 14 happens three days later on September 27th.
Those who pre-order FIFA 14 in North America will receive 24 FIFA Ultimate Team Packs –one per week for 24 weeks– that can be used to build and strengthen their squad in Ultimate Team
Nvidia's second consumer graphics card featuring the GK110 GPU became available at retailers today, marking the first release of the GeForce GTX 700 series of cards. The GTX 780 is nearly identical in appearance to the GTX Titan, which launched in February as part of the GTX 600 series, aside from half as many memory chips on its circuit board and different lett ...read more
In formality news, developer Infinity Ward took to Twitter to confirm Call of Duty: Ghosts for the PS4, in addition to the PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. In related news, the death of announcements featuring the phrase "next-generation platforms" is blissfully upon us.
At the Xbox One event, Activision revealed it's continuing its exclusivity agreement with Microsoft on Call of Duty DLC. So, the one missing link regards Ghosts remains the Wii U, which Activision is staying quiet about.
Grand Theft Auto 5 will try to beat a couple extra bucks out of you with its "special edition" and "collector's edition," which were announced for pre-order this morning by Rockstar Games.
The $79.99 special edition includes the game, artbook, blueprint map, in-game special ability boost for the playable charact ...read more
EA has announced Need for Speed Rivals for current and next-gen consoles.
Set for release on Xbox 360 and PS3 on November 19, 2013 and Xbox One and PS4 later this year, the game promises to capture "the adrenaline and intensity of the street's ultimate rivalry between cops and racers, in a stunning open road en ...read more
According to an IGN source, the new data port is indicative of a new Microsoft strategy to take control of the accessory market.
The new port means that current headsets by leading accessory manufacturers, including Turtle Beach, will not work with Xbox One.
According to the source, the propriety data port means Micro ...read more
Microsoft has a 'huge' announcement for the Xbox 360 at this year's E3, despite this week's unveiling of the Xbox One.
Microsoft Game Studios executive Phil Spencer has pledged that the Xbox 360 still has plenty of life following the reveal of the company's next-gen console.
He told Gamespot that Microsoft will continu ...read more
PS4's currently more powerful than Xbox One on paper, according to Linus Blomberg, chief technical officer at Just Cause maker Avalanche Studios.
Asked how the two consoles compare, he told Edge: "It's difficult to say, as it's still early days when it comes to drivers. With each new driver ...read more