Further proof the “console war” is currently a tepid pillowfight.
All little girls just want to be iPads when they grow up.
The PS4 and Xbox One are here, but that doesn’t mean we know how to evaluate them yet.
Last night, hundreds of gamers lined up in Manhattan for one of the 444 PlayStation 4s that went on sale at midnight. We asked them why.
We canvassed the office for the dilettantes and the dabblers, and made them play the next generation of gaming.
Until developers have some time to build out engines for the new consoles, PS4 and Xbox One buyers will be left with one thing: garbage. Big, swirling, flying clouds of garbage.
Starring an executive in stiff leather gloves.
The man who invented Mario holds forth on the disappointing sales of Nintendo’s new console and why he almost showed off some of the new Zelda game at E3.
Watch Dogs, Ubisoft’s William Gibson vision of digital life.
Last night, Sony didn’t announce a new console, it founded a new religion. And from what we saw, it’s only for the true believers.