Sony PlayStation Now Service Demonstrated (video)

Dead Nation Apocalypse Edition Release Date March 4th (video)

Sony PlayStation 4 Hits US Store Shelves on November 15 for $399

Sony’s next-gen PlayStation 4 video game console will launch in the US on November 15 and Europe on November 29. The release date was confirmed during a press event at Gamescom in Cologne today. The system runs on an 8-core x86 processor this time around and comes fitted with a 500GB hard drive, a Blu-ray/DVD … Continue reading

The Phantom Pain is indeed Metal Gear Solid V!

So here we are, official confirmation that the game previously known as The Phantom Pain is the fifth chapter in the Metal Gear Solid franchise. The initial trailer fooled just about no one, the internet was a blaze with MGS theories mere moments after it was shown at the Spike VGAs. Nice try Kojima! There’s … Continue reading

PS4 Details Will Possibly Emerge This Month

Rumors are abound that Sony is set to reveal more details about the much-anticipated PS4. It was widely believed that they would use E3 to finalize details or at least give us more info but now speculation is that Sony will make an announcement as early as this month. Sony likely wants to keep the … Continue reading

Game installs will be a mandatory thing on Xbox One.

No, no, no, not this again. We’re hearing from sources that the Xbox One will require gamers to be installed on the hard drive before playing is allowed. If for some reason you want to take that new game over to a buddy’s house, you would have to pay a fee to MS just to … Continue reading

WSJ: Yes, Sony Will Announce the PlayStation 4 on February 20th

The WSJ is confirming what we all saw in Sony’s slick video teaser for its upcoming February 20th event: Sony will be announcing the PlayStation 4. Citing the ol’ reliable ‘people familiar with the matter’, the WSJ says that the PS4 will be announced on February 20th and be released later this year. The WSJ … Continue reading

PlayStation Vita Sales Slip; Sony Needs to Shake Things Up

Over the past year, Sony’s PS Vita has been squeezed badly by the dazzling success of the Nintendo 3DS and the overall contraction of the video game market in the United States and Japan. After a brief rebound in sales during the holiday season, the Vita’s lack of pulse became again painfully evident this week. … Continue reading