Sony Tag

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 17 Sep 2014

It may be hard to admit, but the age of Demon and Dark Souls is most likely over. After all, how much pain and punishment can you handle, in a medieval environment for years on end? That doesn’t mean that developer From Software are getting out of the challenging gameplay market just yet. They’ve got a new game on the way, that mixes Victoria era style with a live to win attitude. A game that is going into alpha soon. Want in? Here’s how you can stand a chance to possibly get into that alpha.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 15 Sep 2014

Remember when people thought console gaming was dead? Smart phones meant that people were playing casual games and far too many articles came out talking about the end of days. It was during this period that Sony still developed the PS4 - they knew it offered a different experience and hoped that people would want it. I guess it paid off.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 14 Sep 2014

The Sony Vita is something of a forgotten handheld. With tens of owners and a rather small library of games, it has become a bit of a joke in the industry. However, Sony is still committed to the device.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 09 Sep 2014

Destiny is one of the biggest releases we've seen in a while. All the flurry of attention is reminding me of the hype surrounding GTA V last year. This time around, there is a special relationship with one particular console, and Sony isn't shy to brag about Destiny.

Posted by Alessandro Barbosa - 04 Sep 2014

The Oculus Rift is still unbearably far away from launch. Oculus has started shipping their second development kit to excited developers and impatient gamers globally, but the one that's actually meant for people like us still has no release date. It does, however, have an estimated price point. Oh look, my wallet is already running away.

Posted by Matthew Figueira - 04 Sep 2014

While the Wii U may be performing poorly, it still brought some neat ideas to gaming. Remember that feature of playing the game on your GamePad elsewhere in the house? Sony offer something similar thanks to PS4 Remote Play, allowing gamers to use their Vita for the same purpose. Sony have recently announced a new range of Z3 tablets at IFA in Berlin. That range will be PS4 Remote Play compatible.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 03 Sep 2014

When I first saw DriveClub, the game looked…ok. After all, it wasn’t the only racing game on the block, and the original release date of 2013 Q4 didn’t exactly grab me by the spanners. The game got delayed beyond that date however, and I found myself not exactly giving the racer any love. But since then, DriveClub has begun to look rather exciting. Visually, it’s a massive improvement, a potential Gran Turismo killer. And that extra wait was quite possibly worth it.

Posted by Alessandro Barbosa - 29 Aug 2014

The PS4 is a real indie machine, when you start factoring out some of its AAA titles. That's in no way a bad thing, especially since some quality titles that were once exclusives are now making their way to Sony's platform. Dust: An Elysian Tale is the next game to make the jump.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 21 Aug 2014

I was one of those foolish people who actually went out and bought PlayStation move when it was released. I now have a PlayStation Eye and two electric lollipop dildos sitting gathering dust in my cupboard. Of all the major accessories released last gen, that has to be the most unloved – by consumers and publishers alike. Sony’s convinced they’ll make a come back.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 20 Aug 2014

Sony has sold a ridiculous number of PS4s, crossing the ten million mark as announced at Gamescom. This success goes way beyond their initial predictions or expectations and I'm sure Microsoft is hoping to replicate this with the Xbox One once they launch in the new territories this September. So how did Sony do it?

Posted by Alessandro Barbosa - 20 Aug 2014

Layoffs are a sad reality of the gaming industry. When a project wraps up there are sometimes too many developers under a roof for a studio to support while thy figure out what to do next. This happens nearly every day, and yesterday Sucker Punch was the studio letting people go.

Posted by Matthew Figueira - 18 Aug 2014

The Last Guardian is practically an urban legend – everybody knows about it, but no one has actually seen it. Where is the mythical game that got people so hyped up 5 years ago?