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Sony’s PlayStation Network is struggling across all platforms – likely as a result of the Black Friday rush.
The game that started it all for From Software’s Souls series could be set for a resurrection.
The end for the PSP is nigh.
Long-serving PlayStation veteran David Wilson has been named the new director of communications for Europe.
The ability to stream PS4 games to PC is coming to PS4 – officially, this time.
Konami’s FIFA rival Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 is getting a free-to-play spin-off.
Fergal Gara has joined Amazon UK as director of PC.
If you’ve ever wanted to play PS4 games on your PC, as of this week, you'll be able to.
It’s not just Xbox One owners that will be able to play older games – Sony has plans for its own backwards compatibility.
British games industry legend Charles Cecil says that the first PlayStation led to the death of the UK indie sector during the 1990s.
Star Wars fans looking to show their affection for the Dark Side will be able to pick up anew Darth Vader-themed pad for the PS4.
The incredibly rare hardware collaboration between two of the industry’s giants has seemingly been proved real.
Who would’ve thought, five years ago, that a new Star Wars title would be one of the most anticipated games of 2015?
After ten years, Sony’s UK Strategic Content boss Shahid Ahmad is departing the company.
Next year looks like one of the busiest in PlayStation’s history, but Sony says the packed release schedule won’t see it move away from deals with big third-party games.
Xbox may be enjoying its Halo sales success, but shooter fans are actually switching to PlayStation 4, Sony says.
Online retailer ShopTo is now selling PS4 download codes.
Sales of brand new PS3 and Xbox 360 games have dropped year-on-year as the latest generation of consoles see a greater number of exclusive releases.
PS4’s PlayStation Now streaming service has been expanded with the addition of 105 new titles, including more than 20 Capcom games.
If you were worried that Sony’s virtual reality headset would be launching without any games, your fears appear to be unfounded.
First party titles for PlayStation Vita are still in development, Sony has insisted.
Sony's long-overdue European press conference took place last night in Paris, and as usual we were greeted with some quirkly games, and some major triple-A reveals, too.
Sony has revealed that it has no first-party titles for its Vita handheld in development as the platform holder shifts resources to the PlayStation 4.
Next week’s PlayStation conference has made Paris Games Week part of the global calendar, but don’t expect it to become a Gamescom rival, organiser SELL has told MCV.
You can get your first taste of the upcoming film based on Insomniac Games’ Ratchet and Clank franchise.