Breaking: the Xbox One sold more units than the PlayStation 4 in December 2013, according to the latest NPD figures. Numbers for PS4 are not yet known, but we do know that the X1 sold 908,000 units in December alone. …
The dust has settled on the launch of PS4 and Xbox One, and after mediocre launch lineups for both consoles it’s time to take a look at what’s coming next. This article will look at all the exclusives coming out over the first half of 2014, so you can make your decision as to which console is going to the best throughout the year (spoiler alert: it’s the Xbox One).
Today, Sony announced they sold 4.2 million PlayStation 4s worldwide in 2013. This is, inevitably, compared to the Xbox One, 3 million of which were sold in the same period (give or take a few days, based on release dates). …
You’ve heard our thoughts on the Xbox One, but what about the launch games? Fear not: we got our hands on them at the recent Eurogamer Expo, and you can check out our previews right here.
The Xbox One will be upon us in under a month, and thus it’s time you found out whether it’s worth your hard earned cash. We got some hands on time with the Xbox One and some launch titles at the recent Eurogamer Expo: here’s what we thought.
This Call of Duty: Ghosts advertisement, found on Microsoft’s Xbox One website, could be hinting at the console’s release date.
Jitterbug’s a great guy. But he recently wrote a post about Microsoft’s 180 on the Xbox One’s DRM policies being a bad idea. And he couldn’t have been any more wrong.