17 PlayStation VR games, 3 PS4 games, plus a decent amount of “Live” cinematic demos.
Earlier this week multiple sites claimed that Sony would be having an event in New York on September 7th to reveal the PlayStation Neo. Today, that event was confirmed as real and happening.
I just imagine if you walked into PlayStation right now Party Up by DMX would be blaring, and the vending machines would have king size candy bars instead of regular size for the same price…
Psyonix vice president Jeremy Dunham has revealed that Rocket League’s proposed cross-network play between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is complete, and now is only awaiting, Sony’s approval to be released.
Many would say that Sony’s Press Conference last year could never be topped with The Last Guardian, Shenmue 3, and Final Fantasy VII Remake. But Sony came out full speed and never slowed down this year. They showed so many spectacular games, most of which, we’ll see within the next 18 months.
If you have been following the E3 2016 festivities, you are well aware of the clinic that Sony put on during their PlayStation press conference on Monday night. The console maker and publisher put its foot on the gas and did not relent for the entirety of the 70 minute runtime. Rather than let suits … Continue reading Sony raises the bar for E3 presentation perfection
After months of rumors, pundit speculation, and internet frenzies, Sony President and Global Chief Executive Andrew House, has revealed that Sony is indeed planning to release a console upgrade mid-cycle, the console dubbed “PlayStation Neo.”
It appears Sony has filed a trademark application for PlayStation classic “G-Police”.
While the PlayStation 4 may have achieved tremendous sales in 2015, it was not without criticism for the lack of big exclusive titles offered throughout the year. Well, if this video from the European branch of Sony Computer Entertainment is anything to go by, 2016 will remedy that.
Let’s skip any rigamarole: Sony missed a step at their own conference.