If you thought the graphics in the movie Avatar were good, you won't be disappointed in the next console generation.
Unlike the insatiable consumer crowd, Bethesda is in no hurry to see the next generation of game consoles.
With the next iteration of Nintendo's Wii expected to launch in the next couple months, the question that everyone is already asking is when the next Xbox and PlayStation products will hit the shelves.
If you were hoping for a brand new Electronic Arts franchise, don't hold your breath.
One of the first multi-platform titles for the next console generation has been announced.
While everyone is talking about the Wii U and Xbox 720, Sony is perfectly happy with where the PS3 is right now.
Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 console will reportedly support resolutions of up to 4K.
Electronic Arts Labels president Frank Gibeau says he has seen the next home console from both Sony and Microsoft.
Crytek founder and CEO Cevat Yerli says the next generation of consoles from industry heavyweights such as Microsoft (Xbox 720) and Sony (PS4) is long overdue.
While almost everyone believes the Xbox 720 will launch next year, the PS3 has at least another year in it.
Publishing giant Square Enix thinks it is wrong for Sony and Microsoft to extend their console life cycles.
An online resume of a former Sony employee sheds new light on the company's next home console.
One of the most heralded game designers sees the evolution of game consoles as lackluster.
Sony is unequivocal in its assertions that the PS3 is still the best console that it can make.
If you think that video game consoles as we know them are on the way out, at least one visionary shares the same thought.
A new report indicates that Sony's next-gen Playstation 4 Orbis console will be powered by a quad-core AMD APU.
For the most part, gamer fanboys don't have much to get excited about when it comes to court documents about third-party company partnerships.
Electronic Arts is already planning a massive budget for the next generation of gaming consoles.
Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter says there's no way the PS4 or the Xbox 720 will ban used games.
Thanks to a couple of apparent leaks, we're getting some new details about what Sony's next console might offer.