PlayStation Neo: A Marketing Disaster - Mammoth Gamers

Despite PlayStation having a phenomenal show at E3 last week, one thing was blatantly missing: the PlayStation Neo console. Andrew House and company had decided to back out of showing the new console to the public while still acknowledging that the ...

4 Reasons to Buy an Xbox One S (and 5 Reasons Not To) - Tom's Guide

Like an overpriced sports car, the Xbox One S isn't something you need – but damn does it look pretty. This slimmed down redesign of Microsoft's games console launches this August for $399 (cheaper models are coming later), and introduces new features ...

PlayStation Neo vs. PS4: Is It Worth Upgrading? - ValueWalk

The fact that Sony is working on a console called the PlayStation Neo or 4.5 to replace the PlayStation 4 is no longer a surprise as the Japanese firm recently confirmed it. However, Sony is yet to release any information about the console, so whilst ...

Xbox One Scorpio Dropping 4K Display Support? - The Bitbag

Microsoft has announced two gaming consoles at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). There were speculations that the Xbox Scorpio will have 4K display support. However, the latest reports suggest that it will not, at least, not for all the games ...

PS4 vs Xbox One: which is best? - What Hi-Fi?

We compare the specs, features, games and more for the Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One... 0Share0Tweet0Share0Share. It's been three years since Sony's PlayStation 4 (£279) and Microsoft's Xbox One (£215) were released. In that time Sony ...

PlayStation 4 Neo vs Xbox Project Scorpio: which is more powerful? - gearburn

It's no secret that the current PlayStation 4 enjoys a notable performance advantage over the Xbox One, but Microsoft is looking to hit back with its Xbox Project Scorpio. The new console, announced at E3 2016, is due for a 2017 release and Microsoft ...