This week saw Sony-owned developers Studio Liverpool close their doors and cease business. A official Sony statement reads: “As part of SCE Worldwide Studios, we do regular reviews to ensure that the resources we have can create and produce high quality, … Continue reading →
It’s that time of year again, with the industry descending on Los Angeles to show off their wares for the press and the public alike. Sony took to the stage late on Monday (early Tuesday morning here in the UK) and … Continue reading →
UPDATE: It’s gone from bad to worse for GAME, as The Guardian has reported that the offer put forward by OpCapita has been rejected. OpCapita had tabled an offer in which it would settle the struggling retailers debts with its … Continue reading →
Sony released a firmware update for the PlayStation 3 this Wednesday that, among other things, changed the terms and conditions of their online service. We delved into this new user agreement to see what these changes actually mean for you … Continue reading →
With the launch of the PlayStation Vita a mere month away for us Brits, the technology experts over at UBM TechInsights have delved under the hood of Sony’s latest handheld to uncover roughly how much the machine costs to produce.
Recent financial results from Surrey-based developer Media Molecule show that the LittleBigPlanet creators have invested more than four million pounds into research and development during the fiscal year ending in March 2011.
This years Gamescom in Cologne once again marked itself as one of the biggest events in the gaming calendar. If you happened to miss all the action then here’s an overview of what was brought to the table by Sony.
Sony will be placing HD support solely on the shoulders of HDMI in the next PS3 hardware update. This news comes from the US via a memo circulated to retailer GameStop, informing staff to pursuade new purchasers to buy HDMI … Continue reading →
Say hello to Vita! Sure, we all knew it was coming but the newly named PlayStation Portable successor stole the spotlight at Sony’s E3 showing this year. Get the skinny on what it offers after the break! Continue reading →
The PlayStation Network has been free since launch but discussions at Sony may soon change this. November 2009 saw the start of rumours that the PlayStation 3′s free online functionality may be coming to an end. This came about due … Continue reading →
There’s no doubt that Europe has been waiting far too long for the PlayStation video store that America and Japan have had 2008, but on 18th November 2009 our prayers were finally answered. The video store had landed! Bringing with … Continue reading →