One company who has been rather consistent since their unveil of their technology in late February of 2013 is Sony. In fact, Sony wants to not only maintain the consistency of their dominance but they also want to leverage their position with hardcore gamers by also capturing the audience that Nintendo lost when they released the Wii U.
The Last of Us: Remastered is the re-release of last year's first-party offering from Sony on the PS3. The only thing is, this time around it's being released for the PlayStation 4. After a few months of media promotion and fan deliberation, it has recently been announced (in a very unorthodox way) that The Last of Us: Remastered has gone gold for the PlayStation 4.
Massive news this week, as Project CARS gets delayed for the platform that gamers crowd-funded the title to appear on, the best PS4 games are listed, and Microsoft offers up a unique Xbox One deal.
Unlike PC gamers, console owners can't buy games while they're still in alpha or beta. That may change on the PS4 in the future, though.
Get ready to start filling up your hard drive on PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita, because Sony just pulled back the curtain on a weekend flash sale offering loads of PlayStation Network and PlayStation Classics for just a dollar apiece.
The white PS4 will be available in a bundle with shared-world shooter Destiny. However, if the game doesn't interest you, you're going to be able to buy the white console separately.
Nintendo is now dominating Japan hand-over-fist. Sony has the rest of the world in its coffers and Microsoft is still trying to find their place. One thing that has been made obvious is that Nintendo's lead in Japan doesn't appear to be in any kind of jeopardy from Sony... at all.
Electronic Arts' Chief Operating Officer, Peter Moore, really let loose a bevy cache of thoughts in a recent interview, discussing and explaining why the company is moving in the direction it's currently headed in.
Sony has actually ramped up their marketing throughout the early half of this year, and the company has actually spent the most in advertising their console compared to both Microsoft and Nintendo.
Some people were upset when Microsoft announced a launch price of $499 for the Xbox One. Sony executives, however, were ecstatic.
This week’s list of new game releases on PlayStation platforms offers a little something for everyone, including massive, transforming robots, adorable shopkeepers, fast cars, curveballs and, um, Farming Simulator 14?
It was previously confirmed that Planetside 2 ran at native 1080p on PlayStation 4, but now we have confirmation from SOE that the game will also run at 60 frames per second on Sony's console, making it one of the most technically impressive feats for an MMO running on a home console.
Buying downloadable games on PS4 and PS3 is about to get a lot easier. Starting next week the consoles will automatically download and install games to your hard drive prior to launch.
As much as it's touted throughout gaming communities that gameplay is king (and it is) graphics still matter quite a bit when making a decision on whether or not a game is worth buying. In fact, 75% of gamers feel that graphics do play a part in their decision to purchase a new title.
If E3 2013 was an about-face for PlayStation, then the 2014 press conference was simply a matter of same story, different chapter. While taking a bit of time to roll out the services, content and stats that seem to delight investors and annoy everybody else, this year's press conference continued last year's trend of games galore, cramming a ridiculous number of titles into a mostly up-tempo show.