What a Standalone $150 Xbox One Kinect Means for Microsoft
Microsoft is now selling the Xbox One Kinect as a standalone device for around $150. Here’s why it was the wrong play.
Why Gamers Dumped the Xbox 360 and Wii for Sony’s PS4
A Nielsen survey reveals that nearly a third of PS4 owners previously owned an Xbox 360 or Wii. Why did so many gamers switch over?
Should Sony Be Scared of Microsoft's Next-Generation Gaming Platform?
Microsoft is reportedly working on a next-generation cloud gaming system known as DeLorean. Should Sony and Valve be worried?
How Amiibos Could Save Nintendo’s Wii U and 3DS
Could Nintendo’s collectible figurines become a new pillar of growth for the company?
Does the Upcoming "Pokemon" Game for iPad Mean Nintendo Is Finally Embracing Mobile?
Pokemon Trading Card Game Online will come to iPad this year. Does this mean more Nintendo games will soon follow?
Why Nintendo Will Launch 'Pokémon' on Apple's iPad
Nintendo will finally release its first mobile game, the Pokémon Trading Card game for iPads. Will other mobile games follow?
Gamescom 2014: Sony’s Biggest Announcements for the PS4
Let’s take a closer look at Sony’s top announcements for the PS4 during Gamescom 2014.
Why Sony Killed PlayStation Mobile for Google Android
Why did Sony finally kill off its Android gaming platform, PlayStation Mobile?
Nintendo Is Missing Out By Not Bringing its Games to Apple's iOS
Nintendo's management refuses to bring its games to Apple's popular iOS -- and it's making a mistake.
Will an Internal Revolt Change Nintendo’s Stance on Mobile Games?
Will Nintendo finally launch mobile games after an internal revolt against President Satoru Iwata?