With numerous announcements and confirmations, Sony’s keynote at the Playstation Experience convention in Las Vegas was an exciting look as to what will be hitting the various Playstation platforms in 2015 & beyond.
With the 2014 Tokyo Game Show set to start later this month, Sony once again held a press conference to show off some significant software and hardware updates for the Asia region. For those who didn’t catch the stream, here are the highlights from the two hour presentation.
For those seeking more shoot ‘n loot antics, you’re in luck! 2K and Gearbox Software have just announced a new standalone Borderlands game! In co-development with Gearbox Software and 2K Australia, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is a brand new title set between the events of the first Borderlands title and Borderlands 2 and seeks to further
Andy House, CEO and President of Sony Computer Entertainment unwrapped the mysteries of the PlayStation ecosystem’s cloud services at CES 2014 by unveiling PlayStation Now, which involves the streaming of games to several PlayStation devices using Gaikai technology.
After what feels like an eternity, Atlus have announced a brand new entry in the Persona series, Persona 5, to be released on PS3 in Winter of 2014.
Hours before the Sony Computer Entertainement Japan/Asia pre-Tokyo Game Show conference, it was easy to assume that this would be what we’ve come to expect from anything regarding TGS in recent years – a bunch of announcement solely dedicated to the Asian market, and nothing at all to gleam for us westerners. The one bit
Hot off the Gamescom conference floor, Sony has announced that their upcoming Playstation 4 console is slated for Australian and New Zealand release on November 29th of this year. The highly anticipated next-gen gaming console from the Japanese giants will release simultaneously alongside other European countries.
The Ratchet & Clank franchise is in this weird spot lately – platformers are sadly non-exsistant in this generation, and yet Insomniac and other Sony developers are still keeping at it. Sure, they’ve also tried to bring the duo to new genres (the less said about All 4 One and Q-Force the better), but what’d
In groundbreaking news that would read -3.0 on the Richter Scale, Activision are now beginning to reveal the next generation of their long running shooter franchise with Call of Duty: Ghosts. Hit the jump to watch the slightly perplexing teaser that was just released!
How time flies, eh? It’s been nearly two years since the acclaimed Batman Arkham City, and since then, we haven’t heard a peep out of developer Rocksteady. No hints as to what they’re working on, but plenty of rumours. Depending on who you believe, they’re either working on a Superman game, or a Batman game