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Pre-orders for Ataribox delayed

"Updated launch plan is currently underway," says Atari

By Haydn Taylor

IHS: Nintendo Switch Q4 sales approaching 4 million

Data firm says Nintendo has fixed its supply issues

By Christopher Dring

Nintendo Switch sales hit 10m worldwide

Console sales have now exceeded most optimistic pre-launch estimations

By Christopher Dring

Is Nintendo Switch really as successful as we think it is?

Review of the Year: We look at a landmark 12 months for Nintendo

By Christopher Dring

Xbox One X hits 80,000 UK sales in first week

Console sales match Switch launch and beat PS4 Pro

By Christopher Dring

More third-party publishers 'aggressively' ramp up Nintendo Switch support

Square Enix and Ubisoft are the latest to pledge additional products

By Christopher Dring

Odyssey is fastest-selling Super Mario game in US and Europe

Switch sales now at 2.6m in the US, with Odyssey selling 1.1m

By Christopher Dring

Microsoft UK warns of possible Xbox One X launch shortages

Firm teams up with Dixons and GAME as part of new marketing campaign

By Christopher Dring

Microsoft discontinues Kinect

Depth-sensing Xbox camera shelved after seven years and 35 million units sold

By Brendan Sinclair

The SNES Mini is wonderful and just what the market needs

A 70/$80 games console is an ideal family product, irrespective of 1990s nostalgia

By Christopher Dring

PlayStation once again plays down Vita 2 possibilities

The company sees 'limited potential' for handheld game, despite Switch success

By Christopher Dring

Xbox One's second bid for the core gamer

Microsoft on the strategy behind Xbox One X, the lack of exclusives and why cross-platform play is so important

By Christopher Dring

Microsoft details over 100 Xbox One X 'enhanced' games

Plus a Project Scorpio edition of Xbox One X, and a Minecraft Xbox One S

By Christopher Dring

Xbox One X preorder plans to be revealed at Gamescom

Reservations for upcoming console reportedly opening up after this weekend's press conference

By Brendan Sinclair

SNES Classic to get preorders in US

Nintendo of America says reservations will open late this month, promises "significant" supply of systems from launch through year's end

Walmart cancels SNES Classic preorders

Retailer says technical glitch resulted in website taking orders it shouldn't have; no word on future preorder plans

By Brendan Sinclair

Oculus Rift gets $200/100 temporary price cut

Facebook fights back against HTC Vive and VR fatigue

By Christopher Dring

Nintendo first-party line-up designed to inspire third-party studios

Company says Zelda, Mario Kart 8, Arms and Mario Odyssey show developers what is possible on Switch

By Christopher Dring

PlayStation 4 hits 60.4 million sales

As Microsoft rallies with Xbox One X, SIE's Andrew House says the PS4 platform is "in its prime"

By Matthew Handrahan

Xbox doesn't need to rely on Gears and Halo - Phil Spencer

E3 2017 was about speaking to diverse audiences, says the Xbox chief, but VR is "years away" from being ready for mainstream gamers

By Brendan Sinclair

Xbox Design Lab hits UK, Germany and France

Controller customisation program now available outside of North America

PS4 Pro accounts for 1-in-5 PS4s sold

Sony says premium-priced console is exceeding its expectations; PS4 family has outsold Xbox 2-to-1 in US, 3-to-1 in Europe

By Brendan Sinclair

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