Sony's awesome $100 PS Vita TV may not make it to the U.S. or Europe any time soon. Bummer!
Sony takes a walk down memory lane before it unwraps its PlayStation 4 on Wednesday.
For many of us, the Mayan prophecy concerning the end of the world was a bit of a swing and a miss. But for one console, 2012 really did mean the end. After over 150 million units sold, Sony has finally put the PlayStation 2 out to pasture.
In what we know is a real story, Syrian rebels have made a leap of necessity in their struggle against the government of Bashar al-Assad. The Al-Ansar brigade has built a functioning tank that will supposedly withstand 23 mm cannon fire. It will return fire in a way we are familiar with: with a PlayStation controller.
If you've been checking out the Sony PS Vita as a way to scratch your portable gaming itch but are put off by the $250 price tag, here's a way to get similar results for just a few bucks.
The "Kinect effect" must be real because a new patent that was filed in October, but only made public recently, indicates Sony is working on its own 3D-depth sensor camera for PlayStation consoles. Are PS3 or PS4 owners going to get in on Microsoft's "You are the controller" campaign? Maybe.
The dream of playing PlayStation games on any device continues as an ESRB listing points to Sony adding PlayStation Portable games to PlayStation Certified devices. Currently, PS-certified devices like the Xperia Play and Tablet P and Tablet S can only play PS1 games.
When a prolific graffiti writer was diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), thus effectively curbing his ability to create art, a group of his friends came together to create a solution. The result was an amazing hands-free device called the EyeWriter.
Three new game consoles to be shown off in one sweat-packed convention center in Los Angeles in early June? That's what MCV's telling everybody. The U.K.-based computer and video game source says that Sony and Microsoft will both show off successors to the PS3 and Xbox 360 alongside Nintendo's Wii U.
Most gaming weapons don't look too realistic, but now there's a full line of accessories that were developed by CTA Digital in tandem with the U.S. Army to give your shooter games some real authenticity.