Seventeen years later and without any remakes or HD enhancements, what is it that makes the original Crash Bandicoot series such a still-beloved trilogy?
PlayStation boss Andrew House says that Sony doesn’t plan to sell Vita TV in U.S. and European markets at this point.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Watch Dogs, and Minecraft highlight the launch lineup.
In just a few short hours, Sony Computer Entertainment will reveal (what we think) is the next PlayStation console. But before it does, why don’t we take a look back at how Sony revealed the PS1, PS2, and PS3?
All clues point to a PlayStation 4 announcement this week, but it’s not clear how much Sony will reveal during its conference.
Report from one of the industry’s top financial media outlets says Sony will announce the PlayStation 4 this month and release later this year.
If the PlayStation 4 and the next Xbox are real, 2013 is the best time to unveil them.
Sony is finally making good use of digital distribution on the PlayStation Network (PSN) with the PSN Day 1 Digital service
Enter for your chance to win a copy of The Art of Journey signed by thatgamecompany’s Jenova Chen and artist Matt Nava!
The Art of Journey will provide owners with tons of unseen art, the full musical score, and augmented reality from the acclaimed PSN title
Sony signs up new partners to expand PlayStation Mobile games to tablets that don’t carry the Japanese media giant’s name.
The most successful crowdfunded project ever continues to gain steam and announce partnerships.
Batman’s romp through interactive games has been spotty. We cover the highlights of the Caped Crusader’s pixelated and polygonal adventures.
Scottish audio company Euphonious has taken the innovative step of making memorable and dynamic Sonic Logos, like Sega’s choral chant and Intel’s “plink, plunk, plink, plunk,” affordable for any company — even those without budgets like the big boys.
Sony wants to improve 3D displays by having them adjust according to the viewer’s distance from the screen.
Sony has officially appointed Kazuo Hirai as its new president and chief executive effective April 1.
The next generation of Sony’s PlayStation console will not be seen at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, according to Sony Representative CEO and Executive Deputy President Kazuo Hirai.
A modern Final Fantasy VII remake is easily the most-requested video game of our generation. There’s even a long-running petition with over 65,000 signatures. I’m more of a Final Fantasy VIII fan personally, but I’d happily take either or. Sadly, the official word from Square Enix is that giving fans what they want would essentially be too hard, so instead they’re going to continue making easy sequels that no one asked for in the first place.
Sony’s game division announced today that the PlayStation Network will undergo scheduled maintenance tomorrow for a full day.
Tapjoy had a run-in with Apple this spring. But the mobile monetization firm has recovered and is back on the expansion path. The latest sign: It’s just made a high-profile hire — Peter Dille, a former senior vice president of marketing at Sony’s PlayStation business.
Sony’s upcoming PlayStation Vita portable gaming device will feature built-in 3G (in one model), and the ability to make phone calls using Skype — but don’t call it a smartphone.
Video game consoles have reached a point where they are so powerful that companies no longer need to focus on adding more horsepower to the devices, said game industry veteran and Harebrained Schemes founder Jordan Weisman.
Times have not been good for Japanese-Swedish cell phone maker Sony Ericsson. The company has been stuck with disappointing figures and mediocre products. Now it is focusing on Android smartphones and that’s paying off, says Jan Uddenfeldt, chief technology officer and head of Sony Ericsson Silicon Valley.
A security breach in the Playstation Network by still unidentified hackers resulted in stolen personal information, Sony confirmed today. Now the company has begun the unpleasant process of notifying users that their data was compromised. If you get an email from Sony, it’s time to pay attention to it.
Sony has confirmed its plans to release a tablet running Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” — quite possibly the unique-looking S1 Playstation tablet — by the end of the year.
Sony will release digital versions of all new games alongside physical copies so gamers can download and begin playing games immediately on its newest portable gaming device, the Sony Next Generation Portable (NGP).
Sony has been oddly quiet about its tablet plans, but now there’s word that it’s working on an intriguingly designed Android tablet that will be able to play games from its PlayStation Suite, Engadget reports.
Even though Hulu’s paid offering, Hulu Plus, doesn’t appear to be a smashing success, the streaming video site is still pushing forward by dropping the need for invites, adding more content, and supporting more devices.
Sony made a slight profit in video games for the second fiscal quarter ended September 30, but its weakness in handheld gaming is dragging the overall business down.
Here’s our roundup of the week’s tech business news. First, the most popular stories VentureBeat published in the last seven days:
Microsoft’s XBox 360 finally claimed the top sales spot for August, and now the company has high hopes for its Kinect motion-sensing controller for the console. It’s estimating it will sell 3 million Kinect controllers by the end of this year.
PlayStation underwear? The thought isn’t necessarily that crazy. It’s what popped into my head when I saw this announcement: Sony Computer Entertainment today announced the introduction of PlayStation Logo Licensing Program.