The Obama Administration is calling for millions of dollars for studies on video game violence. Many critics of violent video games feel that virtual violence translates into real-world violence, even though past research proves contrary.
Sony is ending its historical 13-year production run of the PlayStation 2 in Japan. No word on production for other countries.
The RPG game developer Nippon Ichi Software, which has focused on the Playstation platform in the past, has stated in an interview that indeed, they will continue to do so in the future.
Remembered for his portrayal of Kevin Butler, a fictional executive for a number of departments at PlayStation, Jerry Lambert now faces a lawsuit from Sony itself, over a recent Bridgestone commercial
We have been hearing a lot about Sony's fabled NGP or Next Generation Portable gaming console ever since the first official confirmation of its existence was made way back in January, but leave it to the Japanese company to regenerate public interest in its upcoming console by announcing its official name at this year's E3.
Sony has announced the Next Generation Portable (NGP), the replacement to its current PlayStation Portable (PSP) lineup, and here are more details to this new and exciting device that looks set to transform the portable gaming world.
Today, Sony has unveiled the successor to their popular PlayStation Portable (PSP) handheld game console, called Next Generation Portable, or NGP for short. The NGP will come with Wi-Fi, 3G and a 5-inch OLED display and two analog sticks for better control.
According to trade site MCV, Sony has reportedly been telling game developers that the upcoming PSP2 will be as powerful, or better, than a PS3. According to publishers, the PSP2 will be announced at the next E3.