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It looks like Google Stadia is off to a bad start as far as consumer interest. According to Kotaku’s Jason Schreier, pre-orders for Google’s Stadia game streaming platform have been underwhelming. Despite the Founders Edition actually selling out, one person involved in the process told Schreier pre-orders were below expectations. Until the free tier becomes
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By Sherif Saed, Monday, 18 November 2019 09:33 GMT Just hours from the launch of Stadia, Google has expanded the service’s launch line-up of games. Google announced that 22 games will be available for purchase to Stadia players at today’s launch, nearly doubling the initially announced 12. Google is also giving Samurai Shodown away to
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By Sherif Saed, Monday, 4 November 2019 12:50 GMT Development of Apple’s rumoured AR headset is seemingly moving forward again, this time with help from Valve. According to a new Digitimes [paywall] report (via Mac Rumours), Apple is working with one unlikely partner – Valve – on its long-in-development AR – augmented reality – headset.
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By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 10 October 2019 20:22 GMT Switch has sold over 10 million units in Europe, according to the latest figures from Nintendo. Nintendo of Europe announced today over 10 million Switch units have sold in the region since its 2017 release. The figure represents both the standard model and the new Switch
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By Sherif Saed, Thursday, 26 September 2019 09:52 GMT Sony has opened a new store to directly sell PlayStation hardware and games to players. As the relevance of brick and mortal retail wanes, Sony decided to step in and establish its own online store for all things PlayStation. Available only in the US, the store
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By Sherif Saed, Tuesday, 30 July 2019 11:06 GMT Sony has officially sold over 100 million PS4 consoles. Since its introduction in November 2013, the PS4 has now sold 100 million units worldwide. Sony announced the unsurprising news earlier today as part of its earnings results [PDF] for the first quarter of FY2019. During the
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Cheap, emulated re-releases of classic consoles have been around for many years now, but with Nintendo’s release of the NES Classic, everything changed. No longer was the retro throwback ‘micro console’ the realm of unlicensed, piracy-happy boxes – now, these little boxes are legit. They’ve gone straight. The latest company to joint he fray is
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