Entries in 'playstation 4' (271)
After 14 years and 12 games, Ratchet & Clank has become a solid if unspectacular franchise for PlayStation.
Console players are always keen on enhancing their gaming experience with the latest controller or the newest headset – and then brag about it on Reddit in an attempt to ...
If you’re a fan of plastic instruments, the last week’s headlines haven’t made pleasant reading.
Last week was a triumphant GDC for Sony.
5.1 million PlayStation 4 and Xbox Ones have been sold in the UK.
Sales of the PlayStation Camera and PlayStation Move controllers have shot up on Amazon.
Sony’s brand new PlayStation VR tech will be able to play games and watch video that were not designed for virtual reality.
There are 230 companies making a VR game.
PlayStation 4 has cemented its place as the UK’s most popular games console.
PlayStation 4 had quite the year in Australia in 2015.
Sony has revealed a PlayStation 4 and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End hardware bundle.
Studio Wildcard would love Sony to introduce an Early Access programme for PS4.
Sony has revealed it sold 8.4 million PlayStation 4s during Q3 2015.
Sony has pushed back Uncharted 4 from its March 2016 release date.
Nearly three quarters of UK games stores believe that PlayStation 4 will be the dominant platform in 2016.
PlayStation seems to have had a pretty great Black Friday.
Gamers can now play PS2 titles on their PlayStation 4.
315,000 games consoles were sold during the Black Friday week.
Developers are now able to access more CPU power from the PlayStation 4 after Sony unlocked the console's seventh core processor.
Want to know what the 'PS4 Life' looks like?
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.
The first officially-licensed remote control for the PS4 has been released in the US, with a UK launch expected before the end of the year.
Sony did not expect the PlayStation 4 to sell as well as it is, and this has caused a few problems.
Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture would have topped the UK charts - if digital data was included.