The specifications of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X won’t diverge all that much according to the latest leak.
Following Sony’s announcement of its financial results for the past quarter, analyst Hideki Yasuda from prominent Osaka-based firm Ace Research Institute posted his analysis about the performance of PS5.
In this week’s episode of Spectator Mode Podcast, the crew will be talking about Sony and possibly Microsoft, struggling to keep the cost of their next-gen consoles down in price. Nintendo catching the Pokemon Sword and Shield leaker, is the loot shooter genre becoming stale and more.
Resident Evil 3 Remake, Last of Us Part 2, potentially GTA VI and the introduction to the ninth generation of consoles are all reasons why 2020 is set to be a humongous year in the world of all things gaming. In fact, there is so much goodness on the horizon, this year could be the biggest year in gaming since 2007.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) is, of course, proving to be very popular with gamers on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. With 2020 marking the release of new console hardware, however, lots of players are wondering if they’ll have to end their career early or whether there might be next-gen versions of the game on the horizon. So, do Activision and Infinity Ward have launches for Modern Warfare PS5 and Modern Warfare Xbox Series X planned?
Sticking with the tradition of penning a poem for each seasonal event, Bluepoint Games delivered for Valentine’s day.
Polyphony Digital CEO and Gran Turismo producer Kazunori Yamauchi has offered up some rather interesting comments recently when discussing the possible future of the series and PlayStation's next console generation.
Although Sony's PS5 plans have yet to be officially unveiled, we've seen enough leaks around the new console to feel comfortable the PlayStation 5 will hit shelves with some variation on the DualShock 5.
Kazunori Yamauchi has made some interesting comments about the future direction of Gran Turismo’s graphics. The Polyphony Digital studio boss has suggested that frame rate, rather than display resolution, may be the area in which the next titles in the series look to improve.
Ubisoft has confirmed that Rainbow Six Siege