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Roundtable: Who won E3?

With the major press briefings over, GI.biz considers who put on the best show

By GamesIndustry Staff

Project Scorpio unveiled at E3

Microsoft promises next system will take gaming "beyond generations" set for release in holiday 2017

By Brendan Sinclair

Nintendo 3DS passes 60 million sold

2DS price cut helps put company's latest generation of handhelds over a milestone sales mark

By Brendan Sinclair

Sony confirms PlayStation Neo - but it won't be at E3

Andrew House says new SKU will be more powerful, more expensive

By Dan Pearson

Microsoft scraps Xbox One DVR plans

Company says fan feedback has it focusing on more gaming-specific features instead

By Brendan Sinclair

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080: Deep Dive

What does the new family of (comparatively) low-cost, high power cards mean for you?

By Mike Jennings

Sony's divided attention gives Xbox an opportunity - Analyst

IHS' Piers Harding-Rolls says Microsoft could double-down on gamers while Sony balances going broad with appeasing the core

By Brendan Sinclair

Patent filing gives first look at Magic Leap

Potential headset design registered with US Patent Office

By Dan Pearson

Conflict mineral sourcing still hazy for games industry

Apple and Microsoft make significant improvements in their supply chains as Activision backslides; Time Warner and Facebook in apparent violation of SEC rules

By Brendan Sinclair

Xbox One gets $50 price cut leading into E3

With rumors swirling about new Xbox hardware at E3, Microsoft has dropped the price on Xbox One through June 13

By James Brightman

PlayStation has become Sony's cornerstone

PS4 is great, and PSVR/Neo will drive hype - but Sony's success is also down to its competitors' failures giving it a clear run at a thriving market

By Rob Fahey

PlayStation 4 sales exceed 40m worldwide

Sony notes that the PS4 continues to be the company's fastest-selling console in its history

By James Brightman

Xbox One "Scorpio" coming in 2017 - reports

Microsoft is working on several new Xbox devices, and its headline act will be even more powerful than Sony's rumoured Neo

By Matthew Handrahan

Sony predicts 20m PS4 sales in FY2016

But is the boom year forecast based on Neo, PSVR or a hardware price cut?

By Dan Pearson

Tencent thought to be interested in Supercell purchase

The world's biggest games company also announced a new console for China

By Dan Pearson

Daydream could make mobile VR matter

Weekly recap: Mobile VR gets a big push, Nintendo goes Hollywood, and E3 may mark the beginning of half-step console upgrades

By James Brightman

Microsoft showing new hardware at E3 - Report

Xbox One to get a new standard controller alongside a "much larger" announcement

By Brendan Sinclair

Gear VR sold 300k in Europe year-to-date - Samsung

Company continues to push mobile VR hardware with S7 phone promotions

By Brendan Sinclair

Starbreeze, Acer forming joint venture for StarVR headset

Payday studio skipping consumer market, aiming hardware at location-based entertainment and professionals

By Brendan Sinclair

Nintendo drops 2DS price to $80

System will be available with downloadable Mario Kart 7 at lower price starting May 20

By Brendan Sinclair

PS4 and Xbox One have a new competitor in the Chinese console market

Fuze's new Tomahawk F1 console is smaller and digital only, but the similarities are plain to see

By Matthew Handrahan

Nvidia and Samsung settle all existing patent litigation

Legal back-and-forth started with an Nvidia lawsuit in 2014, settlement arrived hours before final hearing

By Matthew Handrahan

Nintendo won't sell NX at a loss

Kimishima explains why he won't repeat Wii U's launch strategy, expects new system to quickly make up for Wii U sales decline

By Brendan Sinclair

Drinkbox cuts through the noise

Severed studio founders reflect on eight years in business, mid-gen console upgrades, the already crowded VR market, and the problem of relying on popularity to solve discoverability

By Brendan Sinclair

Smart device pivot could cost Nintendo at home

Kimishima embraces smartphones in his NX strategy, but it's a move that'll be tough to sell to the firm's most loyal customers - Japanese families

By Rob Fahey

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