Tag: Sony

SquarE3nix: Square Enix's E3 Conference Wrap

Over the past couple of years Square Enix have been flexing their muscle as both a publisher and developer, delivering top content from all corners of the globe including Japan, Canada and more. At E3 2015, things heat up as the publisher took to the stage in their own press conference for the third time

Hype Dreams: Sony's E3 2015 Press Conference

Everyone has their dream E3 lineup. For many, this list consisted of a variation of The Last Guardian, Final Fantasy VII and Shenmue 3. These were the most farfetched of E3 announcements; they were pipe dreams at best. It’d crazy enough to see even one of these games appear at E3. But what if all

Five Stories From Sony's Pre-Tokyo Game Show 2014 Stream

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. 

Woooo!! Part Twoooo!! Sony's E3 2014 Press Conference

Two years ago, Sony’s press conference was full of Woooo Boys, the kind of people that whooped and hollered at the drop of a microphone, hat or otherwise. It was also a different environment compared to today. Back then, Microsoft had the mild advantage and the PS4 was merely the dreams of fanboys and Sony

Sony Announce "Project Morpheus" VR Headset

With Virtual Reality set to be a major tech point throughout this generation, Sony have announced they are throwing their hat into the VR game, with the announcement of “Project Morpheus”, a VR headset that works with the Playstation 4.

PlayStation Now service revealed at CES 2014

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.

SCEJA Pre-TGS 2013 Press Conference

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