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If you’re a hardened penny pincher that doesn’t yet own a current-generation home console because you think hardware prices are still exorbitant—this piece of austerity-friendly news is for you. Specifically, UK supermarket chain Morrisons has launched a round of tantalizing hardware price cuts that ably demonstrate how videogame consoles have never been so accessible. For [...]
In a week already awash with ‘NextBox’ speculation, we bring you yet more unfounded and conveniently anonymous ‘insider’ details regarding the Xbox 360’s eventual successor. Specifically, a report offered up by videogame site Kotaku claims Microsoft’s much talked about hardware will apparently play host to both standard DVD and high-definition Blu-ray discs. While the above [...]
When it comes to tantalizing speculation, the much talked about arrival of next-generation console hardware is simply unopposed as the single best example of the rumor that keeps on giving. Case in point, following on from persistent chatter that Microsoft will formally unveil its Xbox 720 (a.k.a. NextBox) during this year’s E3 Expo in Los [...]
We’re barely two weeks into 2012 and already rumor and speculation regarding the PlayStation 4 and Xbox Next (a.k.a. 720) is piling up about the office. Following on from last week’s glut regarding mystery CES hardware peeks and E3 Expo announcements, we today bring you reports that suggest Microsoft’s next-gen platform will ape the Wii [...]
It doesn’t matter how many times Sony denies the existence or development of the PlayStation 4, the hardware successor to PlayStation 3 will arrive at some point and rumors and speculation will continue to swirl accordingly until the big reveal. Case in point, current online whispers suggest Sony Computer Entertainment will follow the February launch [...]
Having recently announced that 2012’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will be its last as a major contributor, current rumor suggests Microsoft Corp. is planning on going out with a bang rather than a whimper. More pointedly, online whispers point to the Redmond-based software company using the global CES platform to officially reveal the successor to [...]