Entries in 'Sony' (2221)
UPDATE 1: In the moments since publication MCV has been contacted by two sources who claim that Evolution is not the new WipEout developer. We will await an official confirmation.
The 3D Revolution proved to be a bit of damp squib, but perhaps the Virtual Reality Headset Revolution will prove more popular.
PS3 owners are facing the very real possibility of missing out completely DLC release Dawnguard.
It may sound like an obvious statement, but Activision has been forced to clarify that it is indeed the publisher of Vita shooter Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified.
The PlayStation Vita’s security protocols have been breached.
One of the longest running and most influential UK studios closed its doors last month after 28 years and 168 games. Former employees share their memories with MCV...
Consumers will get a chance to go hands-on with Wonderbook and JK Rowling's Book of Spells during a lengthy tour of the UK.
Bethesda has admitted it is facing development issues in tying to deliver the Skyrim DLC, Dawnguard to PS3.
In the wake of E3 in June serious questions were being asked about PlayStation Vita.
The latest edition of MCV is now available digitally, and features our interview with the COO of Eleectronic Arts, Peter Moore.
One of the key studios from PlayStation’s rich history has today ceased operations.
UK consumers will be able to go hands-on with Wonderbook and J.K. Rowling's Book of Spells at HMV Oxford Street this weekend.
It was the week that Vita seemed to live again. But all too quickly Sony’s ambitious handheld has been brought down to earth.
Former SCE UK marketing director Alan Duncan has accepted a role at lettings specialist Upad.
PS4 and Xbox 720 do not exist. Got that?
Sony used its Gamescom press conference to effectively relaunch its Vita handheld for Christmas.
Sony has begun to peel the curtain back a bit more on its Playstation Mobile initiative, announcing a list of developers who have partnered up to bring content for the ...
The current-gen might be approaching the final straight, but Sony is ready for a sprint finish.
Vita may have been about the big brands at Gamescom this week, but PS3 was almost the exact opposite - with Sony announcing even more new IP during its press ...
Sony looked to answer its critics that said Vita was given short shrift at E3, with a blockbuster Gamescom showing.
Sony has announced that franchise bundles for God of War and Infamous will arrive alongside the previously unveiled Ratchet & Clank Collection later this month.
Sackboy's latest outing will be released for PlayStation Vita next month.
SCE UK chief Fergal Gara admits he'd love to see Vita selling better, but believes its best months are still to come.