While the new consoles have sold well since their November releases, new game sales have lagged behind. That’s going to continue, according to one industry observer. Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter
When it comes to gaming laptops. Alienware (actually owned by Dell) is synonymous with the ultra-premium end of the market. It’s not just other-worldly design, illumination and hot air exhausts bigger
Expect no less than a monster price for this crazy machine Apple's new "trash can" Mac Pro is pretty wild, but Alienware might have just snatched back the title for craziest desktop PC with its new Area-51.
Premium gaming laptop Alienware 17 comes under the scrutiny of TechRadar The 17-inch laptop is rare these days. But in the gaming world, the arguably huge form factor is alive and well. With an AMD Radeon
Dell’s Alienware gaming division is launching its Alienware 13 laptop for no-compromise laptop gaming. The machine has a 13.3-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) screen with Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics.
Alienware makes PCs for serious gamers. That’s evident in a demo I saw of the Alienware Area-51 gaming desktop, which ships to retail Tuesday morning. The first thing you notice about it is its “Triad”
Alienware has something special for mobile gamers. The gaming division of Dell is unveiling its Alienware Graphics Amplifier today as an accessory that brings high-end desktop graphics to an Alienware
One of the painful realities of buying a gaming laptop is that no matter how close to the bleeding edge you get, its graphics processor will be practically obsolete in a year or two. That’s great for manufacturers,
Two months in, Destiny is still a big deal. Engagement numbers are impressive, plenty of people are playing the Vault of Glass, and by and large, the ultra-successful launch has maintained momentum. But
For the first time ever, Xbox has landed in China. For the past 14 years, the Chinese government has banned the sale of foreign-made video game consoles in China. That’s one year longer than the Xbox has
In the laundry list of complaints gamers have about video game journalism and its ethical quandaries, being in bed with game developers and publishers is very near the top. Gamers see ads for a video plastered