- News tagged "gaming console"
Wednesday, 4 Mar 2015
The new Shield is a US$200 Android console that runs Crysis 3. Yes, it's that powerful. Find out what other nifty features this Tegra X1 based system boasts.
Friday, 15 Aug 2014
As September 23 approaches for the official Xbox One launch in Singapore, Microsoft is turning up the heat by offering pre-order specials such as bundling in EA Sports FIFA 15 and more at no extra cost. Find out more details of what else the Xbox One Launch Bundles consists of and other pre-order specials.
Monday, 21 Jul 2014
Despite recording doubled sales for the month of June, Microsoft's Xbox One gaming console still found itself outsold by Sony's PlayStation 4.
Tuesday, 10 Jun 2014
The Xbox One will be available on September 23, after a long wait since its announcement in May 2013. Prices start from S$639 and games such as Battlefield 4 and Minecraft will also be available at launch.
Monday, 26 May 2014
According to Sony, its PlayStation 4 console is already profitable. It also officially announced that it will be entering the Chinese market, following the temporary lift on bans on gaming consoles.
Wednesday, 30 Apr 2014
With China temporarily lifting its ban on gaming consoles, Microsoft is reported to be launching its Xbox One console in China this September.
Wednesday, 19 Mar 2014
Microsoft has just announced that it will be launching the Xbox One in 26 additional markets later this September and this includes Singapore.
Monday, 3 Feb 2014
According to rumors, Microsoft is planning on release two new variants of the Xbox One console later this year. In addition, the months of April and October will see the console being launched in more countries.
Wednesday, 27 Nov 2013
A Xbox One was stripped down to its bare components and analyzed. And according to the analysis, each console, along with the Kinect sensor and controller costs around US$481 to build.
Wednesday, 20 Nov 2013
Sony spokesman Dan Race issued a statement to The Washington Post that the number of PlayStation 4 consoles affected by the "blue light of death" is fewer than 1 percent of all consoles sold.