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Digital Shift: Third of Console Spending Digital by 2017

Digital Shift: Third of Console Spending Digital by 2017

Nov 19, 2013

A new report from IHS has predicted that 34% of software spending will be on digital products by 2017, on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. They also expect that 18% of new releases will go digital. Of course, these figures are dependent on a number of things, such as the popularity of the new Continue reading →

AAA Title Sales take a Plunge due to Next-Gen

AAA Title Sales take a Plunge due to Next-Gen

Nov 15, 2013

There have been a number of huge releases over the past few weeks, that would usually sell like hotcakes. However this year, a number of publishers are reporting that their games are not selling so well, perhaps due to the upcoming next-generation, meaning some players are waiting to upgrade. At the beginning of November, Assassin’s Continue reading →

Next-Gen Sales – 10 million Consoles by March

Next-Gen Sales – 10 million Consoles by March

Nov 13, 2013

EA COO Peter Moore has  made a statement predicted that combined PS4 and Xbox One sales could totaly 10 million by March 2014, which shows EA have high hopes for the next-gen consoles. This apparently comes from indications from Sony and Microsoft, due to the globalised launch of the two consoles, alongside high production. “When I Continue reading →

Apps Arrive on Next-Gen Consoles

Apps Arrive on Next-Gen Consoles

Nov 11, 2013

How did I ever survive without apps? It seems I use an app for every possible task these days; whether that be for entertainment, or for more productive reasons. And recent news has revealed apps are coming to your next-gen consoles. Both Microsoft and Sony have released a list of apps available at launch for their respective Continue reading →

The Graphical Arms Race: Pushing Hardware to Its Limits

The Graphical Arms Race: Pushing Hardware to Its Limits

Nov 4, 2013

Although we look forward to the step up and graphical improvement that the next generation of consoles promise, it is important to keep in mind that pushing the hardware post-launch to make continuous improvements is just as key.For a console to be on the shelves for such a lengthy period of time and not show Continue reading →

Xbox One to Prevail in Launch Window Sales?

Xbox One to Prevail in Launch Window Sales?

Nov 4, 2013

According to a recent study by research analyst Colin Sebastian of Baird, the Xbox One is set to pull ahead in sales during the all-important next gen launch period. With reports of shortages, then surely the consoles are set to sell as many as the companies ship? Well, this is not entirely the case according Continue reading →