PS5 job listing suggests an October release date

By Matt Clough |

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With mere months to go until the PS5 is launched, details are remarkably thin on the ground. We have a logo, which follows in the same mould as the logos dating back to the PS2, and a controller, the DualSense. We’ve also had a few specs, and a sneak preview of the Unreal 5 engine…

Nintendo Switch sales continue to fly

By Matt Clough |

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In their latest earnings call, Nintendo announced the latest sales figures for the Nintendo Switch console. As of the end of March, the Switch had sold more than 55 million units, with more than 21 million of those coming in the year ending in March. This figure exceeds Nintendo’s goal for the year, and points…

PS5 or Xbox Series X – which will be more expensive?

By Matt Clough |

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The PS5 and Xbox Series X – the follow up consoles to the PS4 and Xbox One, respectively – are now mere months away, but we’re still in the dark about many aspects of both consoles. We so far have no release date for either and, in the case of the PS5, we still have…

New Nintendo Switch Pro rumours emerge

By Matt Clough |

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For the non-gamers looking to buy a Nintendo Switch, it can be a bit of a minefield. Despite still only being three years old, we’ve now had three versions of the Switch. Most confusingly is the main model, which was been quietly upgraded late last year to offer better battery life, but retained the same…

Report suggests Sony will produce a limited number of PS5’s produced

By Matt Clough |

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An interesting report has emerged this week via Bloomberg, suggesting that the PS5 will still launch this year in-spite of the on-going havoc caused by COVID-19. However, Bloomberg go on to say that Sony will be producing far fewer PS5’s for launch than they did with the PS4. Rather than being due to effect that…

Sony reveal the PS5’s DualSense controller

By Matt Clough |

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Sony have been a dominant force in gaming for more than two decades now, and throughout that time have displayed a remarkable consistency in their controller design. Dating all the way back to 1997, when Sony launched the first DualShock controller mid-way through the PlayStation One’s lifespan, up to the current DualShock 4 controller that…

A first look at the PS5’s specs

By Matt Clough |

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Yesterday saw Sony unveil some highly anticipated technical specs for their upcoming PS5, the successor to (you guessed it) the PS4. While details are still very thin on the ground for the key pieces of information on the PS5 – namely, the price, the release date and what the console looks like – yesterday’s announcement…

Coral Nintendo Switch Lite now available to pre-order

By Matt Clough |

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The Nintendo Switch Lite has been a big hit since it launched a few months back, offering gamers a true successor to the 3DS range. While it can’t be attached to a TV and thus ‘Switched’ like the classic Switch model, the Lite has immediately found a receptive audience thanks to its continuation of Nintendo’s…

Nintendo announce the Switch Lite, launching September

By Matt Clough |

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After months of rumours and rebuttals from Nintendo, the Japanese gaming giant has finally confirmed what many in the media claimed was true; we will be getting a new version of the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch Lite will arrive on September 20th and cost $199.99, a full $100 drop from the RRP of the…

PlayStation unveils new limited edition Days of Play PS4 Slim for 2019

By Aaron Potter |

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In the market for a new PS4? Well PlayStation’s second State of Play livestream broadcast yesterday might have offered the solution in the form of a new limited edition “Days of Play” PS4 Slim, which acts as a successor to last year’s Blue and Gold console. This 2019 iteration instead boasts a Steel Grey chassis…