E3, the world’s biggest video game event will be missing one of their most anticipated conferences. For the first time in 24 years, Sony Interactive Entertainment will not be attending E3. Traditionally, Sony holds their PlayStation event the Monday before E3 begins. This event draws in thousands of fans and usually takes up acres of […]
After Sony’s Slim PlayStation 4 leaked, another whopper from next month’s PlayStation Meeting has come out…and it’s pretty cool if you want to play some PlayStation 3 games on your PC. Sony’s European PlayStation Blog accidentally revealed via alternate image text that PlayStation Now will soon be coming to the PC: PlayStation Blog just leaked […]
The Japanese PS4 release of the next entry in the Project Diva series of Hatsune Miku rhythm games was announced by SEGA today. It will launch in Japan on August 25 as Hatsune Miku Project Diva X HD. The Vita version was released in Japan last month without the HD monicker. It was recently announced […]
Sony has revealed the PlayStation Plus free games for November 2015. This month’s featured games for PS4 are Season 2 of the acclaimed series by Telltale Games, The Walking Dead, and Magicka 2, developed by Pieces Interactive and published by Paradox Interactive (who, coincidentally enough, recently purchased White Wolf Publishing). Below is a quick trailer […]
Sony held its inaugural press conference at Paris Games Week today. Historically they’ve held their European-targeted conference at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. This year they decided since Gamescom was so close to E3 that they wouldn’t have as much to show so they decided to hold it at Paris Games Week instead. This makes sense, […]
Last week it was learned that Trials Fusion, an upcoming downloadable title by UbiSoft, would run at 900p on the Xbox One and 1080p on the PlayStation 4. As expected, the internet exploded into controversy. This time it was two fold, on one hand you had the typical â€œlol Xboneâ€ comments while on the other […]
Despite the PlayStation Network outage going on for its sixth day, Sony still found time to announce not one but two PlayStation tablets. The Sony S1 and S2 will run on Android 3.0 and support both WiFi and 3g/4g. Since they are both PlayStation certified, you’ll be able to download and play PlayStation One games […]
It’s comforting knowing that even if my PS controller were to ever break, my Sega in storage can be used for parts.