New reports regarding Sony's next PlayStation claim the complex Cell processor series that powered the PS3 could be for the chop, with Sony believed to be looking to simplify its next-gen machine to appease developers.
Sony’s most powerful and tricked-out attempt at the handheld gaming market launches on the mean streets of the UK today, but will the PS Vita be a success or have smartphones killed off what’s left of the portable gaming market?
You’ve read the review, you’re eagerly awaiting the 22nd of February release, and now you’re trying to plan you game purchases. I have good news for you, PS Vita games, at least those you download, aren’t going to cost the Earth.
Fancy taking your hardcore yet portable gaming on the road? Vodafone’s offering an exclusive PAYG 3G version of Sony’s latest pocket gaming machine for £279. Top up £5 and you’ll even get Wipeout 2048 for free.
Some users are reporting that their Netflix streaming app gets stuck in an update-crash loop after upgrading to the latest PlayStation 3 firmware. The update rolls in the PSN to SEN changes and finally gives the much maligned browser some love.
Sony's tweaking the terms and conditions of its online gaming network, revealing a complete change of name in the process. Instead of PlayStation Network, you'll soon be signing in to the Sony Entertainment Network to take care of your gaming business.
Some enterprising users have managed to hack together Remote Play support for a load of full PS3 games to play them via the PS Vita. They’ve managed to get some triple AAA titles like Battlefield 3 and Batman: Arkham Asylum working without a hitch too. I want one. Now.
Nikkei is reporting that Kaz Hirai will finally be promoted to President of Sony (in April). If you remember, Hirai has been the Playstation boss for quite some time and was rumored to be in talks of becoming President as far back as November 2010. Sony sure took its time with this one.
Sony's UK gaming division has released its guidance for how much UK shops should charge for PS Vita games, with an incredibly optimistic £44.99 attached to the Vita version of Uncharted. That squelching sound you can hear is the early adopters being milked.
Black Friday? It’s dead to us. A mere raindrop when compared to the waterfall of bargains that is CYBER MONDAY! Yes, it’s making us a bit embarrassed that we even got excited about Black Friday, such is the wealth of special offers available today.
Sony's gaming division is tracking the growing rumours of a new Microsoft console, with the aim being to release its PlayStation4 as near to it as possible -- so there won't be a huge headstart for Microsoft this time around.
Sony filed a series of patents recently that would add biometric sensors to PlayStation 3 controllers and to a handheld resembling the Playstation Vita. How will gaming change when your console knows how you feel?