Amazon and Google have finally resolved their dispute that kept YouTube off Fire TV devices for more than a year. The two companies have announced that they will re-launch YouTube on Amazon Fire TV devices and Fire TV Edition smart TVs “in the coming months.” The duo also announced that the Prime Video app will also come to Chromecast devices and Android TVs. The companies also added that the YouTube TV and YouTube Kids apps will appear on Fire TV devices later this year.
Heather Rivera, global head of product partnerships at YouTube, states, “We are excited to work with Amazon to launch the official YouTube apps on Fire TV devices worldwide… [...]
Konami is celebrating its 50th anniversary by releasing three collections of games from its past. The Castlevania Anniversary Collection is one of these releases (with Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection and Contra Anniversary Collection being the other two). The company has unveiled which games are included in the Castlevania collection. Castlevania Anniversary Collection features Castlevania, Castlevania II: Belmont’s Revenge, Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse, Super Castlevania IV, Castlevania: Bloodlines, Kid Dracula, Castlevania: The Adventure, and Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest. It’s a great pack of titles in one package. We only wish they would have [...]
Wired Magazine has just published an interview with Mark Cerny, the lead architect and producer of Sony’s PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita video game consoles. The interview officially reveals Sony’s next video game console, which we’re calling the PlayStation 5 until we’re told otherwise. Cerny reveals a lot of new information about the PlayStation 5 in the interview (at least from a hardware standpoint).
Cerny, of course, confirms that the PlayStation 5 will launch in 2020 (roughly seven years after the PS4 and Xbox One launched). No further release date information or talk about pricing has been revealed yet (unfortunately). Cerny also [...]
Microsoft has finally officially announced their new discless Xbox One S system, dubbed the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. It comes with a 1 TB hard drive and retails for $250. We, among many others, feel like the price point for this system should be $199, but Microsoft says they will adjust the price as necessary to stay competitive. Microsoft’s Lawrence Hryb added, “We expect to maintain at least a $50 difference between Xbox One S and the all-digital version during sale.”
The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition features the same internal parts as the current Xbox One S console, the only difference being it does not include the 4K Blu-Ray optical [...]