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Xbox Tech Series controller revealed

Xbox Tech Series controller revealed

Microsoft has announced their latest range of controllers which are available for pre-order, the Xbox Wireless Tech Series.


Fallout 4 VR demo planned for E3 2017

Fallout 4 VR demo planned for E3 2017

Todd Howard and Pete Hines of Bethesda have informed that the full, uncompromised experience of Fallout 4 will be coming to VR.


Gamestop say The Switch could eclipse the Wii

Gamestop say The Switch could eclipse the Wii

Gamestop has issued a statement saying they think the Nintendo Switch could sell even better than Nintendo’s best-selling home console the Wii.


Horizon: Zero Dawn sales hit 2.6 million

Horizon: Zero Dawn sales hit 2.6 million

Sony has announced that sales of Horizon: Zero Dawn have hit 2.6 million within the first two weeks after the release date.


Nintendo plans high quantity of Switch consoles in 2017

Nintendo plans high quantity of Switch consoles in 2017

Nintendo plans to manufacture 16 million Switch consoles, up from 8 Million, for the next Financial Year.


Project Sonic 2017 revealed as Sonic Forces

Project Sonic 2017 revealed as Sonic Forces

SEGA has revealed that their next Sonic game, which up until now was known as project Sonic 2017, will be called Sonic Forces.


UK games market now worth £4.33 billion

UK games market now worth £4.33 billion

Trade body Ukie recently found that the UK Video Games industry had increased in value during 2016 by 1.2%, making it worth £4.33 billion in total.


Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands keeps the Top

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands keeps the Top

Week ending on 18/03/2017:
1. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands – Ubisoft
2. LEGO Worlds – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
3. Horizon Zero Dawn – Sony


SuperData estimates 1.5 million Switch sales

SuperData estimates 1.5 million Switch sales

Research firm SuperData this week estimated that the Nintendo Switch has so far sold 1.5 million units worldwide.


PS4 games streaming will come to PS Now in 2017

PS4 games streaming will come to PS Now in 2017

Sony announced this week that Playstation 4 games will be coming to their online game streaming service PS Now in 2017.