Entries in 'ps2' (136)
GameStop has announced it will no longer take trade-ins for PS2 hardware, accessories and games after this month.
I vividly remember the first time I experienced PS2.
Sony has confirmed that it has ceased all production of the mighty PlayStation 2.
Sony has stopped manufacturing the amazingly successful PS2 in Japan.
MCV sat down with PlayStation UK boss Fergal Gara shortly after E3 to discuss Vita, Wonderbook, the challenges at UK retail and how PSN can grow the market for all.
Sony's games division has posted a $45m (£28.9m) operating loss for the quarter ending June 30th.
Marketing director Alan Duncan has left SCE UK after almost 13 years at the platform holder.
EyeToy Kama Sutra could have been a notable addition to Sony’s PS2 library – had the platform holder known how to go about QA testing it.
Sony is to introduce a number of PS2 games for PS3 in Japan later this month.
Former Microsoft executive Robbie Bach has said that mistakes made by the Sony management in the transition between PS2 and PS3 played a big part in the tremendous success of ...
Guerrilla Games’ 2004 PS2 shooter Killzone is to receive a release on PSN.
The Last Guardian boss Fumito Ueda has left Sony but will finish the PS3 adventure game on a contract basis.
Sony could be on the verge of announcing yet another retro franchise HD remake – Jak and Daxter.
Some of PS2’s most critically acclaimed but commercially unspectacular titles have been confirmed for release for PS3 on PSN this week.
Developer Irem has stopped production of its Disaster Report games following Japan’s tsunami and earthquake.
Almost 11 years on from its Japanese debut in March 2000, Sony's PlayStation 2 has now passed 150m unit sales across the world.
Electronics giant and platform holder Sony has launched a brand new HD TV that includes a PS2 built-in.
As the most successful home console the world has ever known, Sony’s PS2, celebrates its tenth birthday in Europe, former SCEE president Chris Deering has said that the PS3 could ...
The world’s most successful home console still holds a commanding position in Japanese homes, according to a survey conducted by CESA on the last day of this year’s Tokyo Game ...
Sony is to embark on a dedicated marketing campaign in Latin America following a tremendous boom for the PlayStation market in the region.
The man standing at the top of Sony’s games business believes PS3 has shrugged off its stuttering start and is on course to become the firm’s most successful console to ...
An impressive year-on-year boost in PS3 sales has delivered a strong financial quarter for Sony for the three months ending June 30th 2010.
Nintendo of America’s COO and president Reggie Fils-Aime has attacked the belief that sales of Wii software are tracking below the industry norm.
Sony’s Network Product and Services Division, the home of its PlayStation operations, has reported a $889m loss for the year ending March 31st 2010, a year-on-year decrease of 10.2 per ...