On Wednesday Sony unveiled their next generation console, the PlayStation 4 (PS4) in an event that was live streamed across the world. Thousands of viewers were watching with bated breath to see what was coming. Continue Reading
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Tonight, as reported in my previous post, at 18:00 EST (23:00 GMT) Sony will be announcing their heavily speculated next generation console. It’s been months of ‘leaks’ from analysts, industry sources and more, but tonight will be the night where the console and the majority of its specifications and features are announced to us all.
In the lead up to tonight’s highly anticipated event Sony have been posting a series of ‘Evolution of PlayStation’ videos on their PlayStation YouTube channel, starting with the evolution of the original PlayStation on Sunday. So, to get you all ready and hyped up for tonight, here are all five in the series for your viewing. Continue Reading
Last night Sony posted on their Playstation Blog a post entitled ‘See the Future’ along with a video (see below) and a link to a dedicated webpage with the video and a date and time of February 20th 2013 at 18:00 EST (23:00 GMT). Continue Reading
It’s the final countdown!
For all of you gamers who can’t get enough of Nathan Drake’s smooth talking, mythical ruin destroying antics it looks like another Uncharted game is in the works. Continue Reading
Playstation Plus is Sony’s paid online service for those PSN members that want a little more out of their console. Over the past two years Sony has released hundreds of discounts on the newest downloadable releases and taken the price tag off of some classic games for loyal gamers. Now the service will be giving portable gamers a reason to dust off their PS Vitas because Playstation Plus will be adding Vita support this November. The Vita will receive full retail games, discounts and 1GB of cloud storage for no extra fee if you are already a member. For those that aren’t the price will remain $18 for three months or $50 for one year.
The Gadget Show Live, for those who haven’t been or heard of it, is named after The Gadget Show, the popular Channel 5 TV series. The exhibition has been running since 2009 (the TV series from 2004), is held at the NEC in Birmingham and plays host to many companies from technology and gaming industries and has various talks and demonstrations topped off with a live show presented by the hosts of the TV series.
The show has been expanding year on year and this year was no exception with it expanding into a further 2 halls. After the jump you will find our highlights and thoughts on the show. Continue Reading
Recently Game Informer got a chance to play through a fifteen minute demo of The Last of Us to see what the game was like, even though they haven’t written anything yet Naughty Dog has released screenshots of the demo on their website. The Last of Us is a game revolving around and older man and a younger girl named Joel and Ellie. The most we know about the game is that it is supposed to be the first zombie game with a big emphasis on story. Hopefully we will see more at E3, until then check out the screenshots here.
Looks like the PS3 and the PS Vita are getting a good bit of characters that the Xbox 360 isn’t getting. The Sony versions of the game will include Pacman, Cole (from Infamous 2), Toro and Kuro and the original Megaman from NES, and no we don’t mean the pixelated one. Check out the new promo video below!
A lot happened in 2011 for Ps3, it won some people with it’s threequels and it lost some people with it’s blackout. But it was a decent year for PSN over all with games such as Infamous: Festival of Blood and lighter titles such as Okabu. These all have probably burned out your hard drive and Sony thanks you by giving you a list of more games that you should download.
1) Tetris (EA)
2) Resident Evil 4 HD
3) Infamous: Festival of Blood
4) Back to the Future: The Game
5) Dungeon Hunter: Alliance
6) Castle Crashers
8) Battlefield 1943
9) Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection
10) Magic: The Gathering – Duels of the Planeswalkers