Tag Archives: backwards compatibility

Rumor: PlayStation 4 to stream PS3 games

PlayStation 4 will use Sony cloud gaming service Gaikai to stream PlayStation 3 titles over the internet, Wall Street Journal sources “familiar with the company’s plans” have said. Microsoft also experimented with cloud gaming for its next generation Xbox, but has “questioned the costs” associated with building such a service, according to the source.   Additionally, the outlet reports […]

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PlayStation 4 Will Not Be Using a Nvidia GPU

According to Forbes, the PlayStation 4 will not be using nVidia and instead use AMD for the GPU. Sony used Nvidia to power the graphics of the current generation’s PlayStation 3, while Microsoft uses AMD in their Xbox 360 and is expected to use them again for their next Xbox.   The note comes via former […]

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[Rumor] PS4, Next Xbox, and Wii U to be Shown at E3 2012

According to a reliable source the Next Xbox and PS4 will be unveiled at E3 2012 and is said to be the biggest yet. If this rumor is true, then this will be the show’s first time in 17 years that three rival consoles will be directly comparable.   Prices and Launch Details aren’t to […]

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[Rumor] Microsoft releasing “two” next-generation Xbox consoles

A tip from TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) is is they are trying to perfect their 28nm manufacturing process.   This tip could only lead to one conclusion, that Microsoft has something in the works. Microsoft will be releasing two consoles, one “entry level” and one aimed towards “hardcore” gamers. The casual console will deliver an SDTV […]

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