Last-minute holiday shopping is never fun, but it’s significantly less painful if you follow all of the great sales shared with the world by the BGR Deals team. Take today’s deal for example. The $109.99 list price for these Sony MDRV6 Studio Monitor Headphones with CCAW Voice Coil is perfectly fair, and the 4.6-star rating with more than 2,300 customer reviews on Amazon proves it. For a limited time, however, you can snag these fantastic headphones for a penny under $65. More →
Last December, Sony kicked off its first annual PlayStation Experience event, giving fans an opportunity to explore a show floor similar to E3 without needing press credentials to get in. It was a big enough success that the company decided to hold a second PSX in 2015, this time moving from Las Vegas to San Francisco.
Remember all the crazy (and physically impossible) skating moves you used to love doing in the old Tony Hawk Pro Skater games? Well Tony Hawk himself recently tried to pull a similarly spectacular stunt of his own in a recent ad for the Sony Action Cam when he tried to successfully navigate the world’s first horizontal loop. More →
Action cams are some of the hottest gift items of the season this year thanks to the ever-increasing popularity of GoPros, but you don’t need to drop big bucks on a GoPro to get a high-quality action camera. The Sony HDR-AS200V/W Action Cam with Wi-Fi & GPS is among the best in the business, and it’s also very affordable at $298.
Now, for a limited time, you can save $50 off the AS200V’s already low price and snag this great little action cam for just $248 with free shipping. More →
Although there are a few stragglers remaining before 2015 comes to a close, most of the year’s biggest game releases have already launched. And it’s been a great year for gaming by and large, with many of our favorite franchises returning and a few original IPs taking the industry by storm, but now it’s time to look forward to year three of the new generation. More →
In what is likely one the most obscure and fascinating stories in video game history, Sony back in 1988 signed off on a deal whereby it would provide Nintendo with CD-ROM drives for the SNES. The thinking at the time was that the SNES, in addition to being able to play standard cartridges, would also be able to run disc-based games via Sony’s CD-ROM technology.
Ultimately, a contract dispute over money and various licensing issues killed the partnership, but not before 200 prototype units of the hybrid device, dubbed the “PlayStation” or “Super Disc”, were manufactured. This past July, a Reddit user posted a rare photo of the device after discovering it in his dad’s possession. Naturally, many commenters were quick to call it a fake.
If you’re desperate to pick up a PS4 this holiday before all of the big game releases start dropping, you might not have to wait until Black Friday after all. On Sunday, a Sam’s Club employee took to the Cheap Ass Gamer forums to share a leaked flyer for a promotion that would give customers the chance to pick up a PS4 bundle with a free game for $299. More →
Huge Spectre spoiler alert: James Bond uses an Android phone, Sony’s Xperia Z5. However, Daniel Craig, who’s been very vocal about what James Bond movies should be like and the significant effort involved in making 007 movies, actually protested against using an Android device in the film because “James Bond only uses the best.” More →
Remember back in 2012 when we were all talking about the death of the home video game console? Back when we said that mobile devices and cloud-based services would take over for archaic boxes under our televisions and the outdated discs we put inside of them? We were all very, very wrong.
When it comes to first-party games, this is going to be one of Sony’s slowest holiday seasons in years. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection was the last true triple-A exclusive of the year, and with Uncharted 4 delayed until early 2016, PS4 owners are going to have to depend on a collection of solid third-party titles to keep them occupied through the winter. More →
When it comes to home audio, there’s only one name that matters and it’s Sony. You can pay four times as much for a luxury brand with speakers that look like they should be in a Salvador Dali painting, but they still won’t sound better than Sony’s speakers. And today only, you can save more than $300 on the Sony HTST5 Premium Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer. More →
You may have missed out on purchasing a PS4 console for a discounted price from past sales, but Sony is about to fix all that. The company announced on Thursday that it’s officially dropping the price of the PS4, making it cheaper than ever. Sony also announced its “big holiday lineup” in the process. More →