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Nintendo dishes Wii Sports Resort numbers; 500K in first week

August 10th, 2009

After what was a pretty terrible June for the video game industry, Nintendo looked to July’s highly anticipated Wii Sports Resort release to revitalize casual gamers — and their wallets — and reverse the steep slide the company saw at the start of summer. Fast forward: It did. Nintendo announced this past week that the …

Video game market finally dives in June

July 27th, 2009

Many would say the worst is behind us where the recession is concerned but gaming giants Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft would probably disagree. An industry that stumped analysts and remained strong throughout the recent turbulent economic climate is finally beginning to feel the impact of the wave of reduced spending that has attacked most industries …

Sony to take on the iPhone; envisions a gaming device/mobile phone hybrid

June 27th, 2009

Sony is reportedly considering (yet again) the development of a new hybrid device that will combine the gaming features of its popular PlayStation portable gaming device with the functionality of a Sony Ericsson mobile phone. According to Nikkei Daily, the quintessential PlayStation phone will be developed by a new project team to be assembled in …

Sony's PSP Go information leaked prior to E3

May 31st, 2009

Just a few days before Sony’s upcoming E3 press conference, the company’s next generation handheld gaming device, the PSP Go, has been given some unofficial specifications, starred in a hands-on preview video courtesy of Qore and previewed in some leaked press photos. The upcoming PSP Go will be a UMD-less slider that features the following …

Xbox 360 sales pass 30 million mark

May 30th, 2009

This past week, Microsoft announced a major milestone for its Xbox 360 console. According to Redmond, the 360 has officially surpassed the 30 million sales mark. For comparison sake, Sony’s PlayStation 3 has sold around 21.3 million units and Nintendo has pushed out about 50.4 million Wii consoles. Both the Wii and PS3 were released …

Blockbuster to pilot Total Access video game rentals

May 27th, 2009

We’ve long since given up on Blockbuster and the debacle that is Total Access. As the company continues to struggle with the evolving home entertainment industry, Blockbuster repeatedly reminds us all that it just doesn’t get it. That won’t stop it from trying though. According to the Wall Street Journal, Blockbuster will finally begin piloting …

ZuneHD get its game on and gets some additional details?

May 15th, 2009

Teamxbox has let loose with a slew of details on the rumored Zune HD, some of which they have reportedly been sitting on since last August. According to their sources, the ZuneHD will be a convergent device, incorporating some of the gaming features of the Xbox and the multimedia features of the Zune. Codenamed xYz …

Rumored PS3 Slim gets outed, maybe

May 15th, 2009

While these photos most certainly have not been authenticated at this point, we may be looking at the first images of Sony’s upcoming PS3 Slim. The company still denies the Slim’s existence, but it looks like an assembly worker may have risked life and limb to put the truth in the hands of the people. …

Gameloft releases Terminator Salvation for iPhone trailer

May 2nd, 2009

Screenshots of Gameloft’s upcoming Terminator Salvation title for the iPhone first slipped out about a month ago and since then, some early coverage from testers has whet our appetite for the upcoming shooter. By all accounts, Terminator Salvation is shaping up to be one of the most impressive examples of gaming goodness to hit the …

Microsoft looks to complete the trifecta with Xbox 360 motion control solution

May 1st, 2009

Nintendo’s got it, Sony should have it soon enough and now Microsoft is apparently getting ready to unveil its take on motion-controlled gaming. Unlike Nintendo and Sony’s solutions however, Microsoft looks to be taking an entirely different approach to the concept by removing a physical remote from the equation and using the actual gamer as …