A genuine paradigm shift.
GamingBolt's Arjun Krishna Lal analyzes The Last of Us Part 2 across the PS4 Pro and PS4 versions and compares them against the original.
Some of the stuff here is simply not possible on PS4.
It’s interesting to see how developers leverage PlayStation 5 technology to push these titles into the ninth-gen.
“The PlayStation 5’s SSD is faster” and “The Xbox Series X’s GPU is faster” are two sides of the same coin.
Charting the growth of console GPUs and their clock speeds over the years.
Thanks to cross-gen games, it will be a while before developers utilize the full potential of new consoles.
Now, this is "next-gen" graphics and visual fidelity.
We have reasons to believe that ninth-gen games might not get as big as you’d think.
One of the greatest games of all time can benefit in numerous ways through a remaster on the PS5.
The war of "secret sauce."
Head to head comparison of Final Fantasy 7 Remake across both PlayStation platforms.
Head to head comparison of Resident Evil 3 remake across three leading platforms.
We take a look back at Square's iconic PS1 JRPG.
DOOM Eternal is an evolution of an already excellent title in just about every way.
Of these two high-powered consoles, which one is ahead of the curve?
We take a deep dive into the specs of the PlayStation 5.
An in-depth analysis of all graphical modes present in the PS4 and PS4 Pro versions of Nioh 2.
The Xbox Series X looks like an absolute monster of a console.
As the eighth console generation comes to a close, today’s GPU hardware is faster and more efficient than ever.