The U.K.ís National Crime Agency has detained six teenagers suspecting of launching distributed denial of service attacks against gaming companies.
Anyone who pre-ordered Until Dawn appears to be part of a small pool of users having trouble playing the game. Why? Because a bug keeps a timer active saying that they have to wait 128 days until the game launches. Sony offered a fix but not everyone is happy about it.
Sony has decided to let PS4 owners test System Update 3.0 for the console. They've opened up sign-ups for a beta test of the update.
San Francisco is a sort of unofficial mecca for video games, and PlayStation knows this. PlayStation Experience 2015, by way of the PlayStation Blog, is being moved to San Francisco for this year, when it'll be held this December 5th and 6th.
PS4 gamers have been invited by Sony to test System Update 3.0. Some of the participants in this beta have shared important details about the patch.
Get ready to exercise your right to vote, PlayStation Plus members, because Sony wants the players to pick the next PS4 game to be added to the monthly Instant Game Collection, and the polls open this Thursday.
How bad have you ever wanted a PlayStation? Did you ask Mom and Dad to buy you one when you were a kid, but they ignored your pleas? Apparently that's what happened in these Cincinnati men's childhood days (via 19 Action News), as they robbed a home (armed with just sticks, mind you) to steal a Sony PlayStation and 18 PlayStation titles early last Thursday.
There's a story that perpetually circulates regarding the relationship between Sony and Nintendo and how the first PSX came about. The story usually talks about the fallout between Nintendo and Sony, but one thing that's oftentimes left out is the console that was actually produced between the two electronic giants.
Sony considered cancelling the PlayStation-exclusive The Last Guardian. However, president of SCE Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida said in a new interview that fans saved the project.
Sony has been on a roll with the PS4 lately. Ever since it came onto the scene in 2013 the console kicked butt and took names. An absolutely horrendous marketing presence from the Mattrick-era Xbox One and a proper media campaign helped propel Sony to the forefront in a big way, especially in Europe.
During the start of the weekend, Sony experienced a major outage on the PlayStation Network that affected both the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation 4. Users of both systems reported that the services were not working as intended.
Bethesda announced at E3 that PC mods for Fallout 4 will be playable on the Xbox One as well. In a follow-up interview, director Todd Howard says that the PS4 version could support mods as well.
Sony has announced that they're going to be releasing a new PS4 model this summer. Don't get too excited, though.
According to some of the folk at Sony Computer Entertainment, they were blindsided and surprised that Microsoft announced that the Xbox One would be backwards compatible with the Xbox 360. It wasn't just sony that was surprised by the news, though. Gamers were quite taken aback by the news as well.
The PlayStation E3 2015 press conference can perhaps best be summed up in a single word: Promises. It was an evening of old promises kept, some new promises made, and a heck of a lot of surprises that nobody truly saw coming.