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Sony’s decision to up the PS4’s internal memory from 4GB to 8GB of DDR5 may seem like a tiny detail, but devs are delighted by the decision.
The UK games industry needs to increase its retail base before the next gen consoles, says Sony.
PS4 may be grabbing the headlines, but Sony still has big plans for PSN, PS Vita and PS3. UK MD Fergal Gara, marketing director Murray Pannell and commercial director Alex ...
Sony’s decision to slash the Vita’s price to just ¥19,980 – that’s around £140! – has certainly reaped rewards.
The Walking Dead’s all-important narrative arc may not be lost in the transition to next-gen.
Sony’s second Wonderbook title for PS3 will be released in the UK and Europe in May.
The world is excited by PS4, but there’s still plenty of PS3s to sell, says Sony.
‘But what did the console look like?’
Sony has revealed its first big non-gaming service for the PS4 – the world’s first 4K video service.
The custom APU that will be found inside Sony’s PS4 is by far the most powerful AMD has ever produced, the chip maker has said.
Could it be that Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo 6 could in fact be a PS3 game?
Sony has released the first pictures of the PS4’s user interface.
Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed that every single one of its owned studios is working on PS4 software.
Sony may have kept shtum about PS4’s multimedia capabilities at its big reveal event, but don’t for one minute think that’s because the machine hasn’t got any.
Sony Computer Entertainment America president and CEO Jack Tretton has warned gamers not to expect all of the features outlined in Sony’s PS4 press to be available at launch.
It has in some parts of the media become the talking point of Sony’s big PS4 reveal this week.
The Australian arm of games retailer EG Games has gone live with PS4 pre-orders at an eye-watering AU $899.
MajorNelson, the social media face of Microsoft’s Xbox, made time for a little dig at rival Sony yesterday.
This long console cycle should not be repeated, says Ubisoft.
Sony says it's 'surprised' by complaints that the PS4's design was not revealed.
We don't know if you've noticed, but Sony let slip a few things about its next console last night.
The PS4 will enable developers to implement second screen gameplay across a range of mobile and tablet devices.
Sony confirmed PS4 will have firmware updates, but hopes to make sure they don't prevent consumers from playing games.
Insatiable, that's what the games industry is.
Sony’s next-gen PS4 console will not require a constant internet connection for users to access its features, Sony’s worldwide Studios president has said.