An unexpected blast from the past, Sony today announced the triumphant return of PlayStation Underground, a video magazine geared at showing off games, sharing news and giving players an inside look at the industry.
Sony announced an entire weekend full of discounts, offering gamers 10% off on games for the PS3, PS Vita, and the PS4. Heck, the discounts even apply to titles that aren't even out yet... That's right. You can get a 10% discount on games you can pre-order.
Tomorrow is the day many PlayStation 4 gamers have been waiting for, as Sony has announced the impending arrival of system udpate 2.5, also known as Yukimura.
Sony's first-party third-person shooter for the PlayStation 4, The Order 1886, may have recently released at the $60 price point but the game is already discounted down to $40 over on Amazon. Yep, the game is discounted by $20 even though the game just released barely a month ago.
If you've been reeling from a lack of games to flesh out your PlayStation library, you have a prime opportunity to expand your catalog with more than 77 games available across the PlayStation library spectrum that are available for under a dollar.
A brand new Pixels trailer was released this week, and we've scoured each frame to find every single retro gaming reference.
Titanfall was the reason many gamers broke open their piggy banks and bought an Xbox One. But according to Respawn Entertainment's CEO, the sequel won't be a Microsoft exclusive.
This summer, Sony will pull the plug on its PlayStation Mobile service, deleting around 400 video games and making people regret buying an Xperia phone.
One of the big requests for the PS4 was a resume feature when going in rest mode. The feature was paraded as part of the main features for the PS4 way back when it was first announced, but it hasn't appeared... well it might be appearing now.
If you think running a multi-million dollar online network service is easy pie, think again. Both the Xbox One and PlayStation Network require a lot of infrastructure maintenance, especially when they keep getting hit with DDoS attacks. In the case of Sony, these attacks happen every day.
Yesterday, Sony came clean about accidentally erasing a list of winners for a Japanese promotional contest.
According to a recent study, the PlayStation 4's popularity revolves around the console's mastery of high-resolution video output.
One of the promises from Sony was that there would be a PlayStation Plus version of Driveclub for the dedicated members of the PlayStation community. However it doesn't appear as if a PlayStation Plus version of Driveclub is on the table at this point.
Sony just made it a whole lot easier for PS4 owners to find out what games are coming to their console. They've published a full list of all the upcoming releases as well as the games already on sale.
It looks like the PlayStation Vita will be losing a few pieces of functionality in the coming months, including Maps, Near and even the YouTube app. For those of you who frequently watch videos while trying to locate off the beaten path restaurants where you plan to meet new friends you discovered through Near, I imagine this comes as a triple-dose of bummerdom.