Posts Tagged ‘sony’
I am a child. A big man-child. A trailer for the long rumored, leaked and then confirmed port of The Last of Us for the PS4 has finally dropped and I can’t wait.
If you’ve been holding out for the slim redesign of Sony’s Vita, or are looking to upgrade, you won’t have to wait much longer.
Sony’s PlayStation Plus program has had a history of delivering awesome games, and April’s features are no exception.
Originally set for the PS4′s launch, InFamous: Second Son was pushed back to a March 21st release so developer Sucker Punch could spend more time with it. That was time well spent.
According to a Tweet sent out by Sucker Punch, the developer behind inFAMOUS: Second Son, the ability to pre-load games onto a console before the game releases is (possibly) coming to the PS4 next month.
Hey guys. This just in. It’s the future. In case you didn’t know, GDC is going on this week (that’s Game Developers Conference 2014, if you’re not familiar), and Sony has chosen that venue to introduce us to Project Morpheus.
Sony announced that Jack Tretton, best known to gamers as the executive who presented Sony’s E3′s press conferences since 2007, will be stepping down as President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America effective March 31st.
Sony hopes to bring a lovely day to SXSW with its Battle 4 Greatness event, having Pusha T as a headliner.
Japanese game fanatics rejoice, as Sony launched the PS4 in Japan over the weekend. Sony’s next-gen console has already racked up amazing numbers, and it should be no different in the company’s home country.
If you’re a PS4 owner who isn’t excited about March 21st, you might want to get your head examined.
The Japanese Sony store has listed a special PS4 x Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Fox Edition PlayStation 4 bundle. The bundle comes with a copy of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes as well as a custom PS4 with the Fox emblem, and a controller.
According to a press release received by Bloomberg, Sony is bragging that the Playstation 4 outsold the Xbox One roughly two-to-one in January in the United States, based on the most recent NPD report.