Entries in 'yoshida' (23)
Despite Facebook’s entry into the virtual reality market doesn’t mean the sector won’t be led by indie developers.
President of Sony Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida has said that a healthy and successful Nintendo is vital to the overall video games industry.
A lot has been written about PlayStation’s remarkable journey over the last few years.
The president of SCE Worldwide Studios has perhaps for the first time admitted that question marks hang over the long-term future of PlayStation Vita.
Patience, Team Ico fans – Sony hasn’t yet abandoned plans to release much-delayed PS3 title The Last Guardian.
Yes, the author of this piece is a Southampton fan. But that doesn’t mean the story will be in any way biased or overly enthusiastic.
The arrival of virtual reality headset Oculus Rift on consoles is a step closer.
The PlayStation 4 will be region free and allow gamers to upgrade the internal hard drive.
Sony never believed that an always-on was a viable option for the PlayStation 4.
Insatiable, that's what the games industry is.
Sony’s next-gen PS4 console will not require a constant internet connection for users to access its features, Sony’s worldwide Studios president has said.
ony worldwide studios president Shuhei Yoshida has refused to commit to a 2013 release date for troubled game The Last Guardian.
Eight months into latest portable gaming project, Sony has admitted to key struggles with the PlayStation Vita.
PS Vita got short shrift during Sony’s E3 presentation, but don’t mistake that for a lack of energy behind the new handheld.
Platform holders traditionally rule their domains with an iron fist. But the market is changing. These are challenging times.
President of SCE Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida is confident that consumers will happily pay full price for Vita games.
Shuhei Yoshida has admitted that the development team working on delayed PS3 exclusive The Last Guardian is facing some “very difficult challenges”.
The president of SCEA Worldwide Studios has admitted that he found Nintendo’s controversial decision to release a second circle pad add-on for 3DS “shocking”.
The boss of Sony Worldwide Studios has admitted that Sony got it wrong with the release of the digital-only PSPgo.
Shuhei Yoshida, the head of Sony Worldwide Studios, has casually dismissed Nintendo's efforts with the 3DS as the pre-E3 mud-slinging gets into full speed.
The upcoming launch of the NGP later this year does not spell the death of the PSP, Sony has confirmed.
Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida has stated that Sony is at last making money on each and every PS3 console that it sells.