Last year marked a record in terms of hardware sales and video game purchases with spending estimates reaching over $60 billion.
Sony has announced that they are ending repair support for the PlayStation 3 console as well as all PlayStation 3 peripherals in Japan.
Microsoft has recently confirmed that the company had stopped the production of their popular Xbox One line of consoles during the year 2020.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has explained that console shortages aren’t just going to be a problem we face in 2021.
US retailer Best Buy has announced that today it will be selling PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles to customers.
Scalpers and resellers that picked up PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles reported that PS5s now sell for around 30% less than they did at launch.
According to Japanese manufacturer Toshiba, the current delay that’s being seen in the production of consoles could last until 2023.
Niko Partners has reported that they project the Chinese game console market will approach $2.5 billion by the year 2025.
In 2020, the global console market managed to generate $53.9 billion in revenue according to Ampere Analysis, an analytics firm. The recorded segment covering game content and services as well as hardware brought in $45.2 billion, a rise of 19 percent year-on-year. Ampere Analysis expects the segment to generate $58.6 billion over the course of […]
Tencent has confirmed that 1 million Nintendo Switch consoles have been shipped in China since the console launched in December 2019.