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With the next Xbox, Microsoft has a 4-part strategy to end the console wars once and for all. Here’s how it plans to do it.
With the next Xbox, Microsoft is intentionally moving away from the traditional head-to-head console wars with Sony's PlayStation.
The 10 most important details we already know about PlayStation 5, Sony’s next-generation video game console arriving this year
Sony plans to release the new PlayStation 5 at some point in the 2020 holiday season, but we already know some of its most important features.
Your Xbox One can play most Xbox 360 games, and some original Xbox games, thanks to backward compatibility. Here's how to do it.
You can play PS3 and PS2 games on your PS4 or PC by signing up for PlayStation Now, Sony's game streaming service.
Sony's next PlayStation console will support PlayStation 4 games, so don't worry about getting that PS4 just yet.
What are you going to do with all your PlayStation 4 games when the PlayStation 5 launches in 2020? Play them, apparently!
Microsoft embraces backwards compatibility, to let you play old games on new consoles. Sony, bizarrely, doesn't seem to even grok why it's important to players.
Through the Xbox One backward-compatibility program, a ton of amazing Xbox 360 games are incredibly inexpensive.
Nintendo's got a new console coming out, called the Switch. When it arrives in March 2017, the console won't support your old Wii U and 3DS games.