The next-gen console wars are getting a lot bigger, with PlayStation 4 and Xbox Ones taking up a bigger chunk of the console market.
Both consoles boast high-end graphics, more memory, better processors, better storage, and more horsepower.
But the competition for gamers’ time is getting stiffer.
Sony and Microsoft have a strong grip on the PC gaming market, while Nintendo and Nintendo-owned Nintendo Switch have become more niche consoles.
That’s because the PS4 has been in high demand as a gaming platform for years, and the PS1 had its heyday in the 1990s, when PC gaming took off.
As the PC has been gaining popularity, so too has the PS2, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.
These days, the PS3 is still the most popular PC gaming platform, though its market share has dropped from a peak of 60 percent to around 45 percent, according to research firm IDC.
PC gaming on the other hand has seen a resurgence in the past few years.
There were only a handful of PC games released last year, and Microsoft’s Xbox One has made huge strides in terms of console hardware sales.
PC games are also getting a new look in 2017.
This year’s PlayStation 4, Xbox and Switch games are coming with a new graphical engine that allows for improved graphics.
The PS4 version of Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition has been released for PlayStation 4 Pro, a version that supports HDR.
In a video announcing the PSVR, Microsoft says that the Xbox One and Xbox Switch versions of the game will have new visuals and sound effects.
Sony’s PlayStation VR headset is also getting new graphics.
And Nintendo is taking a page out of Sony’s book by introducing a new console.
It’s called NX, and it’s launching a series of new virtual reality headsets called NX-compatible games.
This will be a major shift for the gaming world.
This is Nintendo’s first virtual reality headset and the first console to support both positional tracking and 3D gaming.
That means that it will be able to offer a virtual reality experience where you can move your head around and look around while playing.
This means that you won’t be limited to the traditional 360 degree camera and virtual reality head tracking.
This new technology will allow gamers to interact with their games in a more natural way.
For example, Nintendo says it will let players interact with games using the motion-tracking motion controllers, or “virtual hands,” on NX-ready hardware.
With these controllers, you’ll be able use a combination of gestures to move your hands, including hand gestures like pointing your fingers to the screen, swiping with your thumb, and pinch gestures with your index finger.
The game developers will be the ones who make sure that all of the right games work on the new NX-equipped hardware.
This could mean that developers can build new games that will run on the console.
Nintendo will also be allowing developers to develop NX-enabled titles, and these will be released in a similar fashion to the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS.
You’ll be the first to see these games, and you’ll get a chance to experience the game in its best state, so it’s worth checking out the games first.
Nintendo also announced a series, called NX Game Pass, which will allow players to download up to 50 games from the PlayStation Store for $29.99.
These games will be available on PSN and Xbox Live, and will be playable on both the Nintendo NX and the PlayStation 4.
Nintendo has also announced that it is partnering with Twitch to bring Nintendo NX content to the Twitch platform.
Nintendo is also announcing that its first-party games will also stream on Twitch.
Nintendo, which is one of the top console makers in the world, is also looking to expand its presence on the internet, with the announcement of its new Nintendo Networked Services (NSS) service.
These services will be free to access, and Nintendo will make these services available to gamers who have purchased a PS4 Pro, Xbox 720, or Switch, or have been using the PS VR headset.
These new services will allow users to watch games streamed on Twitch, access free games from Nintendo online, and access the latest and greatest content.
In addition to this, Nintendo is launching its next-generation console, the NX, on March 31, 2018.
The next Xbox, Xbox, and PlayStation consoles are scheduled to go on sale on March 29.