As E3 and GDC draws closer rumours about the next Xbox and PS4 have really begun to gather pace with a spate of leaks appearing online almost daily, with the latest rumour supposedly uncovering the proposed specifications for the next Xbox. VGleaks (who? Precisely.) believe they’ve unearthed the full spec list for Microsoft’s next console, […]
With the dust finally settling on yet another E3 we thought we scour Youtube and the like for every conceivable game the was shown at E3 and give you round up of what were the killer games from this year’s show – a few of them won’t be available this year, but are more of a window into the future next generation gaming.
With Sony’s current financial woes you’d think they’d want to go out all-guns-blazing with this year’s E3 presentation – there were rumours they’d be leading the charge with a deal for a cloud gaming service, a revamped Playstation Plus and a host of new games to get gamers’ tongues wagging.
While Nintendo actually started their E3 on Sunday with a Youtube presentation about the changes the company had made to the Wii Game Pad – their keynote speech was actually on Tuesday – we’ll round-up everything Ninty announced and give you some insight into Nintendo’s next generation console, the Wii U.
Microsoft were first to kick off this year’s E3 in Los Angeles and while Microsoft’s presentation was as slick as you’d expect you couldn’t help but think they were holding back. There was no next Xbox, yet, but they did show off a multitude of new games, new partnerships and apps for Xbox Live.
It’s a big time of year for the big three console makers as E3 is less than a month away, and with all three manufacturers seemingly having one eye on the next generation – it’s hard not to speculate about the impending announcements.
2011 has been a bumper year for technology; Apple continued their domination of the tablet and smartphone markets; Sony pushed 3D technology with their Playstation 3; Microsoft continued their controller-free gaming revolution with Kinect; Nintendo showed us a glimpse of the future with glasses-free 3D and Android became the world’s most popular smartphone platform. But, […]
More rumours are surfacing about the follow-up to Microsoft’s Xbox 360, with industry publication Develop predicting that the new console will be unveiled next year and will gone on sale Christmas 2013, and they’ve even gone as far as suggesting its code name is Xbox Next. Microsoft Xbox 360 is 5-years-old, and turns 6 in […]