2017 has already proven to a big year for PlayStation fans with quality releases like Gravity Rush 2, Yakuza Zero, Nioh, NieR: Automata, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Persona 5 to name a few. The hits continue to come in June, with three titles releasing on PlayStation 4 that tie in very closely with the birth … Continue reading Sony Honors PlayStation Past with Three June PS4 Releases →
In a bit of unexpected, but perhaps inevitable news, Sony has announced they will be discontinuing PlayStation Now support for a number of devices going forward.
PlayStation first-party studio and PlayStation VR developer Guerrilla Cambridge will be closed, says Sony.
Sony’s fan-focused PlayStation Experience (PSX) event is in full swing in Anaheim, California this weekend, and the console-maker/publisher didn’t disappoint with its annual keynote that kickstarted the festivities. In a conference that featured Uncharted story DLC, Marvel v. Capcom Infinite, a slew of classic remakes/masters and smaller titles perfect for the passionate crowd, The Last … Continue reading Did Sony announce The Last of Us Part II too early? →
October is here and the holiday most associated with the month is of course Halloween. Tough luck Columbus Day. It’s a month where people look forward to being scared. Whether it be at a cineplex or a haunted house, October for many comes with thrills and chills. Yet, no game company wants to look at … Continue reading 3 Possible Halloween Horrors for Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft →
It’s been a long time coming, but Rise of the Tomb Raider is finally headed to the PlayStation 4 on October 11th. The game launches on Sony’s console almost a year after being originally released on Xbox One. It arrives in a new, 20 year celebration package, and sports an added VR mode, but will … Continue reading Lara Croft Returns Home to Sony Consoles- Will Fans be There to Greet Her? →
Shuhei Yoshida, the immensely popular president of Sony’s Worldwide Studios, has said he understands why some fans have been critical of controversial space exploration game No Man’s Sky.
In the Early hours of North America, Sony in Japan had a pre-Tokyo Game Show Conference that showed off a number of trailers and new announcements. Because this is for the Japanese crowd, it’s very possible some of the announced titles will never reach here, but there are few announcements that is a possibility.
The latest report? Sony is cancelling and refunding digital pre-orders of Gran Turismo Sport.
It appears the likes of Sony, Amazon, and Steam are unprecedentedly stepping out of their digital return policy boundaries, by allowing returns of No Man’s Sky, even if you have put considerable time into the game.