It’s pretty much a known fact by now that Sony is planning to intro the Xperia ZU (Z Ultra) during the Munich press event of tomorrow, but if we are to believe newly emerged rumors the big guy will not be the only new gadget in the spotlight.
Naughty Dog’s latest game has finally hit the shelves and we’ve got the review. Is The Last of Us an amazing, engaging and beautiful journey through post-apocalyptic America? Is it the perfect farewell to the PS3, or just another reason to look forward to next gen?
If you’re one of the millions that hopped onto the PlayStation 4 (PS4) wagon right after its E3 announcements, then we have some relatively good news. According to a supposed Media Markt poster, the PS4 will be released November 2013, which is just right before the Christmas shopping rush.
The growing opinion in the games industry is that Nintendo isn’t competing with anyone anymore, and perhaps, aren’t even relevant. Nintendo of America’s Reggie Fils-Aime however, says Nintendo is absolutely a competitor and points to the Wii’s success as an example of what happens when you underestimate the plucky little Nintendo console.
Sony’s latest update could brick your precious console.
At E3 we went hands-on with Square Enix's upcoming third chapter in their hallmark Final Fantasy XIII saga, and explored Lightning's final journey by delving into the game's impressive combat system and original mechanics.
The Witcher 3, which is set for launch next year, will have free DLC for the PC version. That’s right, we said free (or at least very likely).
Yes, we’re sad too that Game of Thrones won’t be back for another year and neither will E3. In the meantime Redditor, VariousFancyHats, has decided to mash up the two in a fairly humourous style.
An anonymous employee at a "leading supplier" has claimed to know the exact date that Sony's PlayStation 4 console will be released onto the retail market, placing the supposed launch date of the console in late November. Could there be any validity to the tipster's claims?
After a great showing at last week’s E3 conference, Sony’s UK head Fergal Gara has mentioned that they need to continue the momentum till the day of the PlayStation 4’s launch and beyond.
Sony increases sales projections of PS4 & manufacturers reportedly begin shipping console components
After the immensely "favorable reactions" to Sony's next-gen PS4 at this year's E3 expo, Sony has raised sale projections for the console itself and has also admitted that "sales may outstrip supply" due to the high demand for the system.
Though we’re yet to see a single phone packing Snapdragon 800 heat become official, several such gadgets have been benchmarked of late, previewing what could turn out to be an avalanche of unveilings. The latest “beast” to join the party is a mysterious Sony Xperia handheld.
After E3 last week, we begin to sweep up the confetti from the floor and see who won the battle of the next-gen. And no it wasn’t Nintendo…
Recently unveiled at Computex 2013, the much talked about Sony Vaio Pro 11/13 and Duo 13 notebooks will go on sale in the island state from this June.
This year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) was without a doubt one of Sony’s best showings in recent history. Many Sony reps walked around with big grins on their face, but the same couldn’t be said for its competitors. Nintendo, in particular, appeared as though it was hit the hardest, as not even gamers with a
Dean “Rocket” Hall weighs in on publishing the zombie title to Next-Gen consoles.
The popular PS3 and PC shooter will be coming to the PlayStation 4 featuring Vita remote play.
Ubisoft has released more details on the exclusive content that will be available to Sony users when Assassin’s Creed 4 is released.
Killzone has been a fairly popular and enjoyable exclusive series for Sony and it’s good to see the franchise continue onto the next generation. Sony released new screenshots as well as a description of the campaign for the upcoming FPS.
Do you know how Samsung seems to dominate Android smartphone sales globally for what’s starting to feel like an eternity? And how OEMs like HTC or Sony can’t even touch them? Well, there is one major market where the status quo is significantly different – Japan.