PS5 Aims To Bring The Best Value But Not The lowest Price, Says Jim Ryan

Many outlets have posted up multiple editorials and opinion pieces on the price point of the Xbox Series X and the PS5. However, we may not know the exact numbers for both next-gen consoles right now, but we do know that Sony will attempt to bring the “best value” to its customers instead of a lower price point later this year. Continue reading “PS5 Aims To Bring The Best Value But Not The lowest Price, Says Jim Ryan”

Next-Gen Hardware Won’t Likely Be As Ground-Breaking As The Switch, Says Atsushi Inaba

According to a new report, we learn that PlatinumGames’ studio head, Atsushi Inaba, has been “struggling” to get excited about Sony and Microsoft’s next-gen consoles (the PS5 and Xbox Series X). Inaba claims that the news on the upcoming two consoles hasn’t piqued his interest like past consoles. Continue reading “Next-Gen Hardware Won’t Likely Be As Ground-Breaking As The Switch, Says Atsushi Inaba”

Official PlayStation Magazine’s July Issue To Reveal PS5 Games

It looks like we’ll learn more about the PS5’s games and maybe the console itself moving into the mid-part of the second quarter or early third quarter. According to a recent publication’s report, the Official PlayStation Magazine (OPM) offers gamers and fans alike some context on the blue brand’s next-gen timeline. Continue reading “Official PlayStation Magazine’s July Issue To Reveal PS5 Games”

Phil Spencer And Xbox Team Have A Plan To Win Next-Gen With Xbox Series X

It looks like Phil Spencer has a plan to win next-gen’s console battle. According to a recent interview, Spencer and the Xbox Team are working on a plan around their upcoming Q4 2020 due console’s price point, which in turn will allow them to “win next-gen.” Continue reading “Phil Spencer And Xbox Team Have A Plan To Win Next-Gen With Xbox Series X”

PS5 Still Targeting Late 2020 Release Despite Coronavirus Concerns

It looks like the coronavirus won’t impact the launch of Sony’s next-gen console, according to a new report. In other words, the PS5 is still slated to launch later this year during the holiday quarter. Additionally, Sony has noted that first-party titles like The Last of Us: Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima should release as promised. Continue reading “PS5 Still Targeting Late 2020 Release Despite Coronavirus Concerns”

Bioware To Revive One Of Its “Prestigious Franchises” Next-Gen, Says Report

Bioware has been in the news for all the wrong reasons as of late. With Anthem flopping hard and many familiar faces leaving the company to start up indie studios that “aren’t too corporate,” it wouldn’t be wrong to think that the EA owned subsidiary has a grim future ahead. However, it looks like next-gen will bring fans of Bioware a “prestigious franchise” according to a new report. Continue reading “Bioware To Revive One Of Its “Prestigious Franchises” Next-Gen, Says Report”

Microsoft And The Xbox Team Offer A Closer Look At The Xbox Series X Specs

Earlier this year, during the late part of February, we covered the Xbox Series X specs. However, Microsoft and the Xbox Team wanted to offer gamers and fans alike an even deeper look at the forthcoming next-gen console, meaning that multiple videos and a blog post are up, allowing the curious to peer at the bits and pieces that power the Series X. Continue reading “Microsoft And The Xbox Team Offer A Closer Look At The Xbox Series X Specs”

Tokyo Game Show 2020 To Focus On PS5, Xbox Series X Games, According To Report

The Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association (or CESA), which is the company that backs the Tokyo Game Show, recently sent out a notice explaining that the 2020 edition of the trade show will focus on next-gen consoles (like the PS5 and Xbox Series X) and future games. Continue reading “Tokyo Game Show 2020 To Focus On PS5, Xbox Series X Games, According To Report”

Remedy’s Diverse Team Is Working On Multiple Games And Projects

According to Remedy Entertainment (or just Remedy), the company is working on multiple projects as we speak that consist of a new game, a campaign for a multiplayer shooter, and two DLCs for the dying game that is Control. All of this is being done by Remedy’s diverse team. Continue reading “Remedy’s Diverse Team Is Working On Multiple Games And Projects”

Yosuke Hayashi Would Like To Make A New IP For PS5, According To Report

Fumihiko Yasuda and Team Ninja have expressed interest in making a new Ninja Gaiden game not too long ago. Additionally, the team received more fan requests to make a Ninja Gaiden game over Nioh 2, but went on ahead and started working on the latter title. With all of that said, it looks like Yasuda’s partner Yosuke Hayashi wants to make a new IP for the PS5. Continue reading “Yosuke Hayashi Would Like To Make A New IP For PS5, According To Report”

Xbox Team Doesn’t Look At Sony Or Nintendo As Competition

It looks like Phil Spencer and crew don’t look at Sony and Nintendo as competition. In a recent interview, it looks like Spencer isn’t trying to stir up competition next-gen with the blue and red brand, despite saying that he would; but instead, Amazon and Google seem to be on the Xbox brand’s radar. Continue reading “Xbox Team Doesn’t Look At Sony Or Nintendo As Competition”

Nintendo Isn’t Worried About The PS5 And Xbox Series X Stealing Customers

It looks like the Big ‘N’ isn’t afraid of next-gen competition. Despite Nintendo claiming that it won’t release a new Switch Pro or any similar device this year, Sony and Microsoft plan to release the PS5 and Xbox Series X during Holiday 2020. Nevertheless, this doesn’t faze the red brand in that the company is more focused on keeping up the Switch and Switch Lite’s “momentum.” Continue reading “Nintendo Isn’t Worried About The PS5 And Xbox Series X Stealing Customers”