Parlez-Vous Francais? Sony shares new footage from some of the biggest 2018 titles in anticipation of PGW 2017.
Naughty Dog reveals a new in-game cinematic and confirms an August release date for the Uncharted DLC.
External HDDs, custom wallpapers, and 3D movies in VR all part of the new 4.5 Software Update for PS4.
Rocket League, Battlefield 1, and Minecraft top the list of most downloaded titles on the PSN in 2016 after a solid year of sales for PlayStation.
Razer Raiju And Nacon Revolution will be available this holiday season Sony has announced that they have partnered with Razer and Nacon to build two new PS4 controllers aimed at pro gamers. Not to be out done by Microsoft’s Xbox One Elite Controller Sony has commissioned not one but two new controllers designed specifically for... Continue Reading →
Quick Menu The quick menu has changed. Players will have more access to options without having to exit their game. You can see the new and improved Quick Menu by holding down the PS button. Friends, your online status, devices, and even music will be accessible via the quick menu. It can be customized to keep track... Continue Reading →
Sony formally unveiled the new slimmer PS4 and the PS4 Pro today. Launching November 10, the new PS4 Pro will the capable of 4K resolution in games and video. The new system has greater memory, increased CPU clock rate, 1 TB hard drive, and a powerful GPU that will help bring 4K video and HDR to... Continue Reading →
On Monday night, PlayStation opened their E3 conference with a live orchestra that accompanied the night’s first big reveal. That heroic score, that voice, it could only mean one thing: Kratos has returned.
Celbrating it's 30th birthday this year, Ubisoft brought a lot of great things to E3 this year. Ubisoft took a very different direction with their press conference. Their conference was packed with with great content, but presented in a more personal way. The casual atmosphere lead by host and comedian Aisha Tyler was more authentic than... Continue Reading →
Sega Saturn (1995) Finding its way to North America almost 6 months after its Japanese debut the, Sega Saturn was released on this day in 1995. A simpler time, where the Saturn’s 32 bit graphics and new CD-ROM were a big deal. It was built with dual Hitachi SH-2 CPUs running at 28.6 MHz and dual... Continue Reading →