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UPDATE: Sony has contacted MCV to say that it has "not made any announcements about PS4 software pricing for the UK or Europe and will do at a later ...
An aggressive Sony took E3 by storm last week, but says it was only ‘one good day’.
E3 may be over but Sony will do all it can to ride on the wave of goodwill that it generated in LA for as long as possible.
Every single PS4 game will be playable via Remote Play on PlayStation Vita.
The overwhelmingly positive response given to PS4 at E3 this week has led to the company raising its sales expectations for the machine.
Titanfall Xbox exclusivity "a tactical opportunity" but PlayStation release "not out of the question"
EA has insisted that it wants its games to reach as wide an audience as possible, but like any good rule there are always exceptions.
Sony’s pro pre-owned stance is the talk of E3. But should we be holding back on the celebrations?
Retailer Blockbuster has seen a sharp rise in PS4 orders following the events at E3 this week.
I was sitting at breakfast yesterday morning with one of my favourite games journalists.
The PS4 will share the PS3's ability for publishers to lock certain content behind a paywall.
What a difference a day makes.
The PlayStation 4 will be region free and allow gamers to upgrade the internal hard drive.
E3 is never the ‘war’ that we in the press like to make out. The exception being E3 2013. That was the year Sony very much emerged as the victor.
It's clear to anyone attending tonight's event that this year's Sony press conference was a crowd-pleaser.
Ubisoft lifted the lid on its big new project at E3 today, Tom Clancy's The Division.
Microsoft's $499 RRP for Xbox One may have raised some eyebrows, but bigger pricing news may be to come tonight.
Microsoft appears to have grabbed an early advantage in the next-gen sales war.
My brother Ben loves Bungie.
There are just hours left – well, around 97.5 at the time of writing – until E3 2013 kicks off.
It may be behind one of the biggest game franchises of all time, but Bungie insists it still needs to prove itself.
Two of Sony Online Entertainment’s MMO titles have been confirmed for PS4.
All three platform holders are ready for what they hope will be their biggest and most important E3s to-date.