Entries in 'Sony' (2224)
Sony has stopped manufacturing the amazingly successful PS2 in Japan.
MCV can reveal that Sony's PS3 will drop tantalisingly close to the magic £100 mark in GAME's Christmas sale, which starts on Boxing Day.
Sony’s UK arm bolstered its team with three new hires.
SCEE has confirmed that 30m PS3 consoles have been sold to customers – not shipped – across European and PAL territories.
And you thought Nintendo’s handheld wasn’t popular?
The safe money is on both Sony and Microsoft announcing their next-gen consoles next year, so expect the rumour mill to intensify from this point onwards.
Playstation owners are now able to buy content for their consoles and handhelds while browsing the web on PC.
Popular streaming movie and TV service Netflix has announced that Sony’s PS3 is the most popular platform with its customers.
Konami and Sony have teamed up to release a limited edition Metal Gear Rising Revengeance PS3 console in Japan.
Although patents don’t always point to final products, a freshly published Sony patent points to an interesting possible design for the PS4.
It gave up on video games in 2010, but now WH Smith is back on board… sort of.
The next generation of consoles will struggle to prosper unless Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo adapt their way of business.
Credit ratings agency Fitch has downgraded Sony’s credit rating from triple B minus to double B minus – a three notch downgrade.
Apple’s range of iDevices dominate the Christmas lists of kids aged 6-12 in the US.
Vita owners can now have access to the PlayStation Plus service courtesy of the Vita firmware update 2.0.
Sony has lifted the lid on a brand new Uncharted game for Vita – Uncharted Fight for Fortune.
70m PlayStation 3 consoles have been shipped worldwide, says Sony.
Sony has launched a multi-million pound TV advertising campaign to ensure Wonderbook: Book of Spells is firmly in the minds of consumers ahead of its arrival tomorrow.
With millions of day one sales, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 was always going to experience a couple of hiccups.
Consumers who use the new PS3 lv0 bootloader key to play games illegally online are being banned from PSN.
Tim Schaaff, the president of Sony Network Entertainment International, has announced his retirement.
Sony’s PS3 has reportedly received a certification of quality from a Chinese safety standards body, leading to speculation that the world’s most populace country could be about to lift its ...
Major developers believe Sony can be the No.1 platform holder once again, thanks to its ambitious move into the free-to-play market.
The next PlayStation has received a hardware update – before the console has even been officially announced.