Posts Tagged ‘playstation’
Starting July 2nd, the PlayStation Network’s annual Summer sale takes effect.
Media Molecule’s newest title looks good on paper, but I can’t decide if I really want Tearaway or if it will neatly fall into my stack of Vita games that I’ll never get around to playing.
After teasing multiple times, Tell Tale Games has officially announced the next segment in their zombie episodic.
According to a “trusted developer source”, there is (finally) a brighter future and some exciting news for all PlayStation Vita owners; apparently, Sony has asked all developers to include remote play functionality in their PS4 games, allowing players to play PlayStation 4 games remotely via their PlayStation Vita systems!
I watched the Xbox Reveal yesterday because I didn't want to miss a single second of the Call of Duty: Ghosts reveal.
During Sony’s February press event it was revealed that Gaikai was acquired to stream gaming to multiple devices, and Sony’s updated site suggests that the PlayStation Vita will play most, if not all of the PS4’s titles.
With the alleged release of the PS4 in the near future, a purported PS3 Legacy Bundle priced at $299 has been announced
Early this morning retail site, Newegg.com, went live with a pre-order page for much-anticipated PlayStation exclusive, Gran Turismo 6.
High Moon Studios is working on the solo video game debut of Marvel Comics‘ merc-with-a-mouth, and the trailer for Deadpool is obnoxious, vulgar, and absolutely appropriate… for him, not kids.
Getting the inspiration and motivation from Darrin’s editorial, What Microsoft Needs to Do to Sell Me the New Xbox, I’ve decided to write up an editorial on what Sony needs to do for me to get me to purchase a PlayStation 4.
Remember Resident Evil 6? Yeah, that one Capcom game that millions of people bought, but many people found the game to be average at best?
In case you missed it last night, the new Killzone was revealed at the PlayStation event (Check out Darrin’s recap of it all here) along with a good chunk of gameplay footage running on the PlayStation 4.