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  • A Collection of Currently Confirmed PS4 Games

    Sony unveiled PS4 with everyone's watching in a big reveal event today. PS4 is based on a "supercharged PC architecture," with an X86 processor, enhanced PC-style GPU, and 8GB of GDDR5 unified high-speed memory. Along with the announcement, several anticipated games that will launch in PS4 platform were also confirmed. Check out the whole list below and if we missed something, shot us a line... Read More »

  • "Used Games Can Play on PS4", Confirmed by Yoshida

    PS4 has been a buzzword since Sony's PlayStation Meeting was held on 20th, January. And the used-games-block has been touted for Sony several times. However, Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony’s Worldwide Studios for Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. told Eurogamer that "used games can play on PS4." "That’s the general expectation by consumers. They purchase physical form, they want... Read More »

  • The Performance of US Digital Games Market in January 2013

    In January, 2013, the whole digital games market is 39% higher than the same month last year with a total profit $960 million. However, this number is almost equivalent with that in December 2012. The entire games market is classified into five parts: social games, free-to-play MMO, pay-to-play MMO, mobile, downloadable content on PC and console. From the analysis of Superdata, th... Read More »

  • Sony: PlayStation 4 Press Conference

    On February the 20th, in the PlayStation 4 press conference, Sony announces its innovative achievement and the most powerful product. The releasing of PS3 has been a successful one so far, but it was serious attacked by the Xbox 360 developed by Microsoft. This conference for the next generation console is supposed to lay down a foundation for Sony, reshaping its leading position i... Read More »

  • Sony Officially Unveiled PS4, Releasing in November 2013

    At the Sony PlayStation Meeting today, Sony Computer Entertainment officially unveiled the next-generation PlayStation - PlayStation 4. Confirmed at the PS4 event in New York, the console will have a hugely powerful graphics processor and an x86 CPU, 8GB RAM as well as an all-new 'connected' user interface. The console will support new business models such as free-to-play and Sony... Read More »

  • China Overtakes US in Smartphone Market by Volume

    At present, this kind of title is always being seen in the video, television or paper that China now surpasses the U.S as the world’s largest, highest, longest something. Today, big news also births, according to mobile analytics firm Flurry, that China once again, with 246 million smart phone devices, takes the NO.1 among the global market. The following analysis is also a cliché... Read More »

  • Around 30 People will be Laid Off in Activision

    The shining sale report of Activision in 2012 does not bring any good news for their employees. In order to realigning structure to better reflect the market opportunities and their slate, Activision make a hard decision to cut about 30 jobs from their global work force in the near future. This cutting event is beginning from Treyarch, the studio behind Call of Duty: Black Ops II, a par... Read More »

  • Sony Falling?

    PlayStation 3 was a groundbreaking development in the gaming industry.  You had this wicked cool gaming console that had blue-ray and removed the usage of memory cards and allowed for gaming graphics to be improved.  But, despite the awesome capabilities that the gaming console, the sales weren't as high as Sony thought it would be.  Sony was too distracted with... Read More »

  • BlizzCon 2013 Dates Announced!

    Mark your calendar guys! Blizzard today announced the solid date for its seventh BlizzCon, taking place Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. So what can you expect from the BlizzCon? Check out the list below: Hands-on play time with the latest versions of Blizzard Entertainment games Global finals for Blizzard ... Read More »

  • Sony is Bringing Earthquake to the Console Market?

    Sony's February 20 reveal is getting closer and closer, there are more and more talks about the company's next PlayStation console. Just a few days ago there was a rumored PS4 controller image flying around the internet (in fact there are two images now), and yesterday The Times reported that Sony's new console will be priced at about £300 in UK. What does that mean? It means that ... Read More »

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