Entries in 'sony computer entertainment' (22)
Sony appears to be planning bundled retail releases for various PSN games, according to an ESRB listing.
Playdead’s macabre platformer Limbo is heading to PS Vita, Sony announced today at GDC.
Former Sony president and CEO Howard Stringer will retire in June.
Mojang will look into making Minecraft available through Playstation after the game’s console exclusivity deal ends with Microsoft.
Sony will sell its shares in Japanese mobile company DeNA for a reported $438m.
As part of a restructuring effort, Sony has sold a percentage of its shares from medical marketing and research subsidiary M3.
An image reportedly showing a prototype controller for Sony’s next-gen console has leaked onto the net.
Naughty Dog has confirmed its upcoming PS3-exclusive title The Last of Us has been delayed.
Sony is running a limited time deal on Playstation Plus, offering an extra three months for free when you purchase a year membership.
The new PS3 launched this week, Dick Smith was sold, while the Wii U was confirmed as playable at the EB EXPO, which has only 8'000 tickets left.
Sony's games division has posted a $45m (£28.9m) operating loss for the quarter ending June 30th.
Marketing director Alan Duncan has left SCE UK after almost 13 years at the platform holder.
One of the key figures in the recent history of PlayStation has distanced himself from the business.
Following on from Part 1 yesterday, MCV continues its discussion with Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida.
MCV recently got the opportunity to sit down with Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Worldwide Studios, to talk about the brand at E3.
Starhawk, the PS3 exclusive from Lightbox Interactive, which was originally set for release in India today, will now be delayed by up to two weeks, Sony has confirmed.
Sony's wasting no time locking in launch plans for its next handheld.
After a huge price slash of the Playstation 3 console on 22nd August, Sony has confirmed that sales in Australia have risen over 400%.
The GameTech 2011 event attracted over 100 executives and professionals from within the Australian games industry when it was held at Luna Park in Sydney in late June.
Sony Computer Entertainment's Kunimasa Suzuki, who has been with the company since 1984, has now assumed a new role as the company's deputy president.