PS5 Games Event To Kick-Off On June 3rd, According To Report

A new piece has gone up detailing that Sony plans on doing a PS5 related show,in  which this event will kick-off on June 3rd, 2020. It’s unclear what games and info on the PS5 will emerge, but right now, the event set for next week will likely go live on said date according to a new report. Continue reading “PS5 Games Event To Kick-Off On June 3rd, According To Report”

Sony Did Away With E3 Shows Due To Fans Having A “TikTok” Mentality, Says Adam Boyes

Ever since E3 2019, Sony has been skipping the trade show and will showcase its own stuff through special digital events. Given that Sony had planned on skipping E3 2020 even before coronavirus concerns, this raised various questions surrounding the company. As of recent, a former PlayStation VP has stepped forward to explain why Sony no longer wants to attend E3-like events. Continue reading “Sony Did Away With E3 Shows Due To Fans Having A “TikTok” Mentality, Says Adam Boyes”

Sony Reveals Top PlayStation Games Downloaded In April 2020

The official PlayStation blog released a list of top PS4 games downloaded during the month of April. In other words, the newly posted May report reflects what games PS4 goers happened to fancy, and which titles came out on top across four tiers. Continue reading “Sony Reveals Top PlayStation Games Downloaded In April 2020”

The Adventures Of Tintin In Development For PC And Home Consoles

The Adventures of Tintin

Microids and Moulinsart have announced that a new game is in the works based on the classic Adventures of Tintin. They didn’t roll out many details for the game but they did announce that it’s scheduled to release on PC and home consoles. Continue reading “The Adventures Of Tintin In Development For PC And Home Consoles”

Sony Patents Artificial Gaming Companion That Reacts To Its Owner’s Emotions

It’s unclear if Sony will ever use this patent submitted in 2018, but what is for certain is that this week the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is now showing said patent, revealing a “robot” that can sit next to its owner while the person plays video games. Equipped with eyes, hands, and feet, the companion can “talk” to the player as well as “move its arms, legs or neck” in reaction to the player’s emotions. Continue reading “Sony Patents Artificial Gaming Companion That Reacts To Its Owner’s Emotions”

Sony Reveals The PS5 Wireless “DualSense” Controller

Sony has officially revealed the PS5’s new wireless controller, which is named the “DualSense.” The new controller is said to have been tested by “a wide range of gamers” with a variety of hand sizes to achieve a comfortable, wireless design that uses a rechargeable battery. Continue reading “Sony Reveals The PS5 Wireless “DualSense” Controller”

PS5 Still Targeting Late 2020 Release Despite Coronavirus Concerns

It looks like the coronavirus won’t impact the launch of Sony’s next-gen console, according to a new report. In other words, the PS5 is still slated to launch later this year during the holiday quarter. Additionally, Sony has noted that first-party titles like The Last of Us: Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima should release as promised. Continue reading “PS5 Still Targeting Late 2020 Release Despite Coronavirus Concerns”

Avalanche Studios Rebrands and Teases A New Game

Avalanche Studios’ last few years have not been what can be called successful. Rage 2 developed in concert with  id Software went on to sell a quarter of the volume the original game pulled in, according to Forbes. Generation Zero, developed by Systemic Worlds one of their subsidiaries, went on to be known more for its controversial similarity to the artworks of Simon Stålenhag than for being a quality product. Just Cause 4 sold so poorly it failed to recoup its development cost (page 3). Leaving the once-beloved albeit flawed developer a shell of their former glory. Continue reading “Avalanche Studios Rebrands and Teases A New Game”

Sony Believes The Majority Of PS4 Games Can Be Played On PS5; No Word On PS1-PS3 Backwards Compatibility

The official PlayStation blog post that offered a look into the PS5’s specs has been updated. The new update attempts to clarify how the “overwhelming majority” of the 4,000+ PS4 titles will be playable on PS5. However, the blog post offers no word on PS3, PS2, and PS1 backwards compatibility. Continue reading “Sony Believes The Majority Of PS4 Games Can Be Played On PS5; No Word On PS1-PS3 Backwards Compatibility”

Sony Will Reveal The PS5 System Specs Via A Deep Dive Session On March 18th, 2020

For those of you that are curious as to what Sony has planned regarding the PS5 and its specs, then mark your calendars for March 18th, 2020. Additionally, Mark Cerny will head up this PS5 “deep dive” session and will detail the next-gen console’s system specs on said date. Continue reading “Sony Will Reveal The PS5 System Specs Via A Deep Dive Session On March 18th, 2020”

Rumor Watch: Konami Employee 4chan Leak

There are rumors that have great potential to be true but just aren’t worth putting much stock in. On January 14th one such leak originated on 4chan from a self-proclaimed Konami employee regarding what is currently transpiring at the company. Said “leak’s” relevancy stems more from the traction it has gained and how it may shine a light on what is occurring between Sony and Konami. Not because it is inherently verifiable. Continue reading “Rumor Watch: Konami Employee 4chan Leak”

Rumor Watch: Sony Behind Silent Hill Resurrection

At this juncture, we know a Silent Hill game is in development. As previously covered, Mashiro Ito, the art director, has been teasing a new project with Silent Hill artwork and Konami has said they’re listening to feedback across the internet regarding the initial leak. All that remains at this juncture is an official announcement, but if new leaks from Rely On Horror are correct Sony may have played a critical role in getting the series back on its feet. Continue reading “Rumor Watch: Sony Behind Silent Hill Resurrection”

New Test Drive Unlimited In The Works By Nacon And Kylotonn

Test Drive Unlimited

Nacon’s head of publishing, Benoit Clerc, recently explained that they have Kylotonn Racing Games working on the next entry in Atari’s formerly dormant Test Drive Unlimited series, which was put on ice after Test Drive Unlimited 2 was shelved for home consoles and PC. Continue reading “New Test Drive Unlimited In The Works By Nacon And Kylotonn”

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