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  • Sony Announces PlayStation 4

    Published by kristoffer February 21, 2013

    Sony has finally formally announced the launch of PlayStation 4, more than six years after its predecessor was unveiled. The company does not reveal what the console looks like, but its representatives showed off the controller that–as we have speculated–features a touchpad.
    But apparently, the new DualShock 4 controller has other aces up its sleeve: it includes a motion sensor, represented by a light

  • PlayStation 4 to Debut February 20

    Published by kristoffer February 16, 2013

    Sony Entertainment will be hosting a PlayStation Meeting in Manhattan on February 20, Wednesday, and the PlayStation 4 is expected to be unveiled there.
    Images of the PlayStation 4 controller, both as a mockup and in-the-flesh, have been leaked online. The design is similar to the previous versions, with a flat surface at the center that is rumored to be a touchpad.
    Sony teases that the upcoming console would offe

  • PlayStation 2 Discontinued in Japan

    Published by kristoffer December 30, 2012

    It is another sad, sad day in video game history. After close to 13 years of entertaining gamers young and old, casual and hardcore, Sony has announced that it has officially halted production and shipment of PlayStation 2 in Japan. This means that once the few thousands of PS2 units have been depleted, it will never be replenished… ever, at least in the Land of the Rising Sun.
    During its almost 13-year run

  • 70 Million PlayStation 3 Units Sold in Six Years

    Published by kristoffer November 17, 2012

    Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that 70 million units of its PlayStation 3 were sold cumulatively as of November 4th, a few days shy of the gaming console’s sixth anniversary.
    In comparison, rival Xbox 360 from Microsoft achieved the 70 million cumulative sales mark back in September. Considering that the device was release about a year before the PS3, it took the Xbox 360 longer to clock up sales.

  • Sony Introduces Book Device for PlayStation 3

    Published by kristoffer June 6, 2012

    Sony gives an new take on the book with an integration of the centuries-old medium onto the PlayStation 3. The company introduces its latest hardware called Wonderbook, a peripheral of the PS3 console that interacts with your TV and PlayStation Move system, thus creating new ways of gaming and learning.
    The Wonderbook project moving images to the TV. The device does not display the book itself, but “visual

  • LittleBigPlanet for PS Vita Coming Soon

    Published by kristoffer May 10, 2012

    The PS Vita remains a hard sell since its launch three months ago. The next-gen handheld console may have a lot of promising features, but it needs a title that would wow the gamers to buy. While it does have popular titles stacked in her old closet, Sony has to realize that some of its best games are just ports of smartphone and PS3 versions.
    Nevertheless, Sony has announced that LittleBigPlanet will have a PS V

  • Floating Cloud God Saves the Pilgrims PlayStation 3 Game Review

    Published by kristoffer May 4, 2012

    PlayStation recently introduced a new gaming category called Minis, which are supposed to a bunch of titles with simple gameplay and compatible with three of Sony’s consoles, in contrast to the console’s grand scale of RPGs and fighting games. One Mini game developer, Dakko Dakko, has been making a kill in this niche category after introducing The 2D Adventures of Rotating Octopus Character.
    Now it has

  • Sony Introduces Melee Fighting Game

    Published by kristoffer April 28, 2012

    Sony has confirmed that they are working on a first-party fighting game for PlayStation 3 similar to Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros.
    The title, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, sounds a bit plain. However, its gameplay is more complex than you think. The game features Sony-developed characters, as well as players from third-party PS3 games, who duke it out in crazy worlds that are mashed-up from different

  • Music Unlimited Now Available on PlayStation Vita

    Published by kristoffer March 9, 2012

    Apart from playing games, PlayStation Vita users utilize their handheld gaming consoles as portable media players, which is good because that eliminates the need for iPods unless if they are filthy rich and fans of Apple.
    Anyway, Sony Entertainment is proud to announce that its own subscription-based service Music Unlimited is available on UK devices, which comes with its own dedicated app. So once you have had yo

  • Sony to Roll Out Firmware Update for PlayStation Vita

    Published by kristoffer February 7, 2012

    Sony has announced it will be offering the PlayStation Vita its first major firmware update on February 8. The version 1.6 update installs two new features to the handheld console.
    The first on the list is the inclusion of a map app on the home screen, where users would be able to view navigation information. The map can be viewed with or without satellite images. Also, users can search for driving and walking d

  • New PlayStation Move Bundles Bring Out Your Inner Knight And Dancer

    Published by kristoffer November 14, 2011

    Wishing there could be more games that work with your PlayStation Move? Granted! Sony is launching a bunch of new bundles to keep you off the couch and get moving.
    The bundles feature new game titles, first of which is the “Medieval Heros: Deadmunds Quest.” The game works with PlayStation Move’s 1:1 tracking abilities and its bundle comes with a PS Eye, Move controller, and a copy of “Spor

  • PlayStation Vita To Come with Twitter App Among Others

    Published by kristoffer October 21, 2011

    At today’s debut of PlayStation Vita in Hong Kong, it has been revealed that the handheld console does more than playing games as it comes with a built-in Twitter app that was demonstrated for the first time. The overall design looks like Twitter’s standard UI. It has that familiar shade of blue, the usual tabs on the left, automatic expansion of timelines as it is scrolled down, as well as support fo

  • PlayStation Vita Comes to Europe and US on February 2012

    Published by kristoffer October 19, 2011

    PlayStation Portable junkies of United States and Europe should rejoice as Sony has officially announced during a summit in San Francisco that their new PlayStation Vita will be hitting these markets on February 22, 2012. To refresh your memory, the PS Vita is packed with a 5-inch OLED touchscreen, two analog sticks, an ARM Cortex A9 processor, a rear touchpad, and much more.
    The WiFi-only model will be priced at

  • Sony to Roll Out 26 New Games with PlayStation Vita Launch

    Published by kristoffer September 14, 2011

    We have already reported that PlayStation Vita wll be launched in Japan before the holidays, which is now confirmed to be on December 17. In line of this announcement, Sony has also stated that 26 new games will also be launched together with the PS Vita on the 17th, with a total of 100 games to be released.
    Launch game titles include Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Power Smash 4, Fish On, Project N.O.E.L.S., and man

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