Microsoft had some amazing announcements at E3 2015 on Monday, including hot new games coming to the Xbox One, but that doesn’t mean Sony wasn’t ready to step up to the plate. The company’s partners are also going to give PlayStation 4 owners some awesome new titles in the coming months, and below you can see all the new PS4 trailers that Sony showed on stage during the keynote. More →
Press day at the annual E3 video game conference is behind us and the show itself has officially begun. Day -1 was action packed, to say the least, and there were several big events we covered live. Among them were the two biggest ones of the year: Microsoft and Sony.
Microsoft’s event still has gamers buzzing, and the star of the show was definitely a mind-blowing preview of Minecraft for the HoloLens. Could Sony possibly top that awesome demo? No… but Sony company had plenty of big announcements of its own in store for us during last night’s press conference — here are the five most important ones. More →
We’re in the home stretch of E3 2015 press conferences now. After watching Microsoft, EA and Ubisoft unveil enough games to tide us over until 2017, it’s time for Sony to push us over the edge. This will be the last conference of the night, so you know the PlayStation team has to have some incredible reveals in store to keep us awake after a long day of gaming nirvana.
Sony will soon unveil everything there is to know about Project Morpheus’ launch, but the first details regarding gaming on the PS4 virtual reality headset have already been shared with some members of the media – and they paint a glorious future for VR gaming. A new piece in Wired tells the story of Sony’s secret weapon for VR: one of its partners is already working on first-person shooter games that would be played with a special gun accessory that nobody else has, and which will fix critical issues with such games, at least when VR is involved. More →
We’re just a few days away from the start of E3 2015. This year is sure to be packed with exciting announcements from the big three — Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo — as well as EA, Ubisoft, Square Enix, and for the first time, Bethesda.
We’re going to be live from the massive event all week long, and to help you follow along, we’ve put together a press conference guide that you can refer back to when you’re waiting for the next live stream. More →
After launching on PS4 last year, the PlayStation Now game streaming service is slowly making its way to a wider range of platforms. Starting on Tuesday, owners of select Samsung smart TVs will be able to stream PS3 games without a video game console, although a DualShock 4 controller is required to play. More →
If you’ve owned a PlayStation 4 since launch day, there’s a decent chance you’ve hit a wall when it comes to internal storage. 500GB might sound like a lot, but when the average triple-A game can take up 30-40GB, space vanishes quickly. Sony has made it possible for users to manually replace their hard drives, but if that sounds like too much of a hassle, it might be worth waiting on an official 1TB model. More →
If you’ve been holding out for a PlayStation 4 price drop, you might be in luck. On Wednesday, WholesomeGamer was tipped off that Sony’s official retail loyalty site, intended to reward verified video game retail employees, is currently running a promotion which gives members the chance to win a PS4, PS Vita and other prizes.
Within the rules of the promotion, Sony lists the ARV (average retail value) of each prize, but here’s the catch: the prices listed don’t match up with the current MSRP of the PS4 or the Vita. More →
Ever since temporarily losing its grasp on the top spot over the holidays, the PlayStation 4 has been the console to beat in 2015. With a few huge exclusive releases early in the year, such as The Order: 1886, Bloodborne and MLB 15: The Show, it looked like Sony was going to run away with the first half of 2015… which is why the NPD results from April are especially shocking. More →
On Wednesday afternoon, Sony started sending out invitations for its E3 2015 press conference. Both Nintendo and Microsoft announced their own E3 plans earlier in the week, which means we now know when we can expect to learn more about the game release schedules for all three major consoles in mid-June. More →
Sony’s mobile business is struggling, to say the least. In the United States, Sony smartphones are essentially non starters at this point. Even abroad, the company’s phones are struggling to compete against higher profile devices from the likes of Samsung. The company’s smartphone unit lost billions in 2014, and rumors suggest the company is considering an exit from the smartphone business so it can focus on more profitable units.