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Activision has named Jonathan Fargher as its new head of UK PR.
EA has made the FIFA series the very best it can be on Xbox 360 and PS3 and is relishing the technical advances afforded to it by the next-gen.
The early indications for Sony’s PS Vita TV are very promising.
£350. Yeah, that’s a fair bit of money. Xbox One’s £425 is even steeper. But trust us, you’ve definitely got it good.
The PS4 will not have the performance advantage over Xbox One that many people seem to believe.
19 games will be available alongside PS4 when it launches in Japan on February 22nd 2014.
Rayman Origins, Persona 4, Dead or Alive 5 Plus and Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD Remastered are among the Vita games confirmed to be compatible with PS Vita TV.
Sony surprised the industry with the reveal of PS Vita TV this morning, but what does the device say about the company’s forward thinking?
It’s been a busy morning for Sony.
A new-look, cut-down version of the PlayStation Vita has been confirmed by Sony Japan.
Sony has surprised gamers from its homeland with news of a significant wait for the console to be released in Japan.
It’s been easy to forget amongst the launch excitement that PS4 has yet to be dated in Japan.
Runic’s hit action-RPG Torchlight II won’t be expanding to consoles, the developer has confirmed.
Those who paid for the PSN version of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn have been refunded by Sony.
Sony has increased the prices of upcoming PS3 titles Beyond: Two Souls and Gran Turismo 6.
Sony has settled in a lawsuit brought against the company by former intern Chris Jarvis.
Momentum behind PlayStation Vita is finally building, says Sony.
2014 will see home consoles venture into the virtual reality space for the first time, a new report claims.
There’s currently no timeline as to when European PS4 owners will be able to stream PS3 content onto their machines.
The UK bosses of Xbox and PlayStation have both claimed that their brands and hardware are in the driving seat as we head toward the incredibly exciting upcoming Q4.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has launched a new third-party production team for PlayStation platforms.
Sony seems intent on replicating what Microsoft believes is one of its key USPs on Xbox One.
The PlayStation Vita was designed for a market where smartphones, tablets and freemium games were not the driving force.
Sony and Nintendo have vastly differing handheld visions, as is demonstrated by the contrasting approaches of Vita and 3DS.
The future of Sony’s ambitious virtual world PlayStation Home looks very uncertain.