With six weeks to go until E3 2016, rumors are already getting started over what's going to be announced this year, including by Microsoft, which is said to be unveiling new hardware at the event.
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Nintendo has officially, albeit quietly, announced that its upcoming NX console will be launching early next year. The company reiterated that the NX is based on a new concept for consoles.
Following growing rumors of a possible 'PS 4.5' Xbox head Phil Spencer has dismissed the idea of an 'Xbox 1.5' stating that if "we're going to move forward, I want to move forward in big numbers."
There's been a couple alleged sources claiming revamped consoles are coming in the near future. Now we can add one more source which actually suggests a soft announcement window for the "PS4.5".
According to ARM Holdings, designer of chip architecture for smartphone and consoles, the performance of mobile gaming could match that of current generation consoles by the end of 2017.
Tom Clancy's The Division, an limited open-world shooter, enters its official beta play stage today. One report shows that the beta is running at full HD on the Xbox One.
Microsoft's Mike Ybarra recently tweeted a short video, teasing an upcoming party feature for the Xbox One. This was one of the most user requested feature in the feedback forums.
Coleco has announced that it is re-entering the home console market in 2016 with yet another cartridge-based machine, described as a "versatile...new, modern-day video-game system."
In a recent interview, head of Xbox Phil Spencer touted his love for the 'console experience' and said he was committed to launching another gaming console after the Xbox One.
Sony has announced that they will begin the sale of eight PS2 games on the PlayStation Store starting December 5th. The announcement suggests, if we read between the lines, that more games are coming.
After releasing several high-quality choose-your-own-adventure RPG games across various platforms, Telltale Games is now looking to launch an episodic Batman game which will debut in 2016.
Similar to Microsoft and the Xbox One, Sony is now offering developers access to an additional CPU core to improve gaming performance on the PlayStation 4.
Alienware sent us a pre-release Steam Machine to start running through the paces ahead of the release date. After using it for the past two weeks, we look at the strengths and weaknesses of the device
The New Xbox One Experience (NXOE) rolled out to the public today, and with it comes a completely revamped UI and plenty of new and improved features in tow.
Dell has announced the official launch of its new Steam Machine in the UK, priced from £449. The device promises to "extend a traditional PC gaming environment into a console-like experience".
Sony's PlayStation 4 gaming console will soon cost $50 less in the United States when the price drops to $349 beginning Friday, Oct. 9, the company announced today.
According to the latest credible rumor, AMD may have won itself a big contract, by building semi-custom chips for Nintendo's upcoming NX console. AMD also built the chips for the Xbox One and PS4.
Mojang and Telltale Games have just announced a new Minecraft game, named "Minecraft: Story Mode" which will make its way to consoles, PC and mobile platforms later this year.
Microsoft has released another game-inspired custom Xbox One. This time the company took inspiration from the Forza racing game. The new device offers 1 TB of storage and comes bundled with the game.
An Xbox One console with a 1 TB hard drive for $399.99 was briefly spotted on Amazon before being pulled down, suggesting a forthcoming announcement of the device at E3.
After a credible rumor started making the rounds yesterday, Nintendo has come out denying that it would be using Android as the operating system for its mysterious, upcoming NX console.
A new, credible rumor suggest that Nintendo's upcoming NX console might be based on Android. The move could help Nintendo attract devs as well as work well with the company's new mobile gaming focus.
Nintendo has just announced during its press conference that the gaming giant is developing a brand new console, called Project NX. Details are still scarce but this is exciting for the company.
The Xbox app on Windows 10 has received an important update and though its biggest features are still missing - recording PC games and streaming from console to PC - the app is coming along nicely.
For all of the Plex users and PlayStation owners out there, you'll be happy to know that the Plex app is now officially available for download on both the PS3 and 4 in North and South America.
The NPD research group is saying that Microsoft sold 1.2 million consoles during the month of November which is the result of the price cuts and bundles.
If you want a white Xbox One, be prepared to pay a premium for the console as the device is in short supply with most retailers showing that the product is out of stock.
Microsoft's previously announced $50 discount for all Xbox One consoles has gone into effect today, which means you can pick up a brand new Xbox One online or at any major retailer on the cheap.
Sony has announced a new system update for its PlayStation 4 console, one that will bring the OS to version 2.0. This update will bring new features, bug fixes, UI changes and more.
Neowin's senior news editor for Europe, Andy Weir, is finally ready to buy a new-generation games console, but he can't quite decide between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Which one should he buy?
Microsoft has announced three holiday bundles aimed at enticing potential Xbox 360 customers. The bundles all retail at $249 and contain various games, console colours, Xbox Live Gold access and more
Microsoft is planning on adding a wealth of new features to Xbox One over the coming months, and they've posted a new video showcasing all of the new additions coming in October.
After launching its gaming-focused Blade notebook and Edge tablet with Windows 8, Razer is working on a 'micro-console' running Android TV, which it says will be capable of "hardcore" gaming.
Sony has finally beaten out Nintendo in annual console sales for the first time in 8 years, selling 18.7 million units to Nintendo's 16.3 million. Does it mark a new era of gaming?
Microsoft has filed a patent that shows how a control scheme for mobile gaming could be standardized to resemble the button layout found on the company's Xbox controllers.
The new Analogue NT NES is now available for pre-order. Coming it at $499 this may be a retro gamer's dream console, offering perfect compatibility with all catridges and peripherals.
Asus may be prepping their very own handheld, Android-powered games console. It's currently called "Gamebox" and if the product does come to market it will directly compete with Nvidia's Shield.
The Internet Archive has announced that they are making available a wealth of free games from early consoles, including the Atari 2600 and the Magnavox Odyssey, for people to play on their website.
At Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference, the Xbox design team have shared some of the prototypes created for the Xbox One, and it's definitely a strange range of designs
A petition on Change.org, currently with around 6,000 signatures, wants Microsoft to bring back the controversial DRM policies for the Xbox One so that "Steam for Xbox" can be envisioned
Microsoft is inviting Xbox Live members worldwide to register for the "2013 Xbox Live Update for Xbox 360 Public Beta", which will bring improved performance and the retirement of Microsoft Points.
A new report from The Wall Street Journal claims Google is working on its own gaming console that will run Android as well as a smart watch that will also use the operating system.
Amazon.com in the US has confirmed a release date for Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One console. With next-generation games and the PlayStation 4 just around the corner, it's likely to be accurate, too.
Aaron Greenberg of the Xbox team has refuted a statement by an alleged Microsoft employee on Pastebin, stating that the Xbox One's family game share was never time limited to just 60 minutes
Microsoft has changed its policy requiring an internet connection for the Xbox One, but users will still have to go online when they first start it up to download a required 'day one' software update.
Microsoft's Yusuf Mehdi has defended some of the Xbox One's used games and licensing policies, saying it's a "big change" that will ultimately "move console gaming into the digital world"
Microsoft has stated they'll spend a whopping $1 billion on exclusive titles for the Xbox One, responding to criticism that the console doesn't focus enough on the gaming side of things
There was plenty of reason to be excited for the Xbox One console following Microsoft's Tuesday announcement event, but there's also reasons I'm disappointed and curious about it as well.
Since 2010 we have reported on a massive 68 different next Xbox-related rumors. Now that the console has finally been revealed as the Xbox One, we check how many rumors were accurate.
Microsoft has filed a complaint against the owner of the XboxOne.com and XboxOne.net domains. The company is trying to register these domains for its brand new console but someone already owns them.