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Uncharted 4 has been hailed by the press and topped the charts, but its achievements run deeper than its Metacritic score.
There will be a Gran Turismo game on PS4 this year.
Take-Two has said that Rockstar is currently the top publisher of digital PS2 classics on the PS4 store.
Change.org has been home to many a noble venture, but perhaps this is the most heroic of all.
Star Trek Online is boldly going where no other Roddenberry-influenced MMO has gone before – PS4 and Xbox One.
Activision has revealed an incredible statistic highlighting to enduring popularity of Call of Duty.
Indie hit Salt and Sanctuary is to be subject to a physical release on PS4, developer Ska Studios has confirmed.
Sony's Ratchet & Clank series continues to hold the No.1 position in the Gfk Top 40.
Sony has revealed that it sold 17.7m PS4 consoles in its last financial year.
An open beta for Koei Tecmo’s upcoming action game Nioh includes a graphical option typically more familiar to PC gamers.
It’s not out until May 10th, but some people have already got their hands on upcoming PS4 shooter Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
A ratings listing for DriveClub VR suggests that the game remains in the works despite the closure of its developer.
One of the internet’s more reliable tipsters has said that Horizon: Zero Dawn will miss its 2016 release.
PS4 was once again the best-selling console in the US for the month of March.
The Xbox One version of Quantum Break was the best-selling game in the UK last week.
7 Days to Die is coming to PS4 and Xbox One courtesy of established developer and fledgling publisher Telltale.
If you’re a fan of plastic instruments, the last week’s headlines haven’t made pleasant reading.
Kratos may be turning his back on the Greeks and heading North in the next God of War.
Sony’s PS4 will get a big new piece of functionality as part of tomorrow’s (April 6th) console update.
Another report claiming that Sony has a new, more powerful version of the PS4 in the works has emerged online.
Last week was a triumphant GDC for Sony.
5.1 million PlayStation 4 and Xbox Ones have been sold in the UK.
What appears to be concrete talk about an updated version of the PlayStation 4 is probably the most interesting thing to have come out of GDC last week.
The announcement of a £350 RRP for PlayStation VR could mark the game over point in the next-gen console battle.