Sony Actually Has A Very Different Future In Mind For PlayStation 4

Sony's successful, if counter-intuitive next-gen message for the PlayStation 4 at last week's E3 is that things won't change. No disc DRM changes. No new online checks for PS4. You might think Sony doesn't want gaming to change in the PS4 era. Oh, but they do. » 6/18/13 5:45pm 6/18/13 5:45pm

Microsoft and Sony Dodge Questions About the Next Xbox and PlayStation …

As you read this, people are making video games for the next PlayStation and the next Xbox. They have been for many, many weeks. But last week, at E3, where the biggest video game companies were ostensibly talking about the biggest video games on the horizon, not a single soul would officially discuss the PlayStation 4 … » 6/12/12 12:30pm 6/12/12 12:30pm

Sony On The DSi

Reaction to the DSi thus far has been a little mixed. Yeah, it looks nice, but it also doesn’t look much different than the DS Lite. Yeah, it’s got a camera, but it’s lost the GBA slot. And if we » 10/06/08 4:20pm 10/06/08 4:20pm can’t make up our minds about the device, why should we expect Sony to be any different? Sony director of hardware…

Here's Why There Are Fewer PSP Games Today

Panic adverted! Yesterday, we brought word that there are currently fewer third party PSP titles » 9/25/08 7:00am 9/25/08 7:00am — leading some to say devs are "abandoning" the platform. Not entirely so! As Sony's John Koller explains, the reason is that there's a decline is PSP games is that “Decisions made 20-22 months ago from a development cycle…

PSP 3000 Battery Myths Shattered!

The video gaming industry was devastated to learn recently that the recently announced » 9/03/08 3:40pm 9/03/08 3:40pm PSP 3000, with its new, brighter screen, built-in microphone and fancy new PS button, may lead to shorter battery life. GameSpot , based on a conversation with SCEA's John Koller, that higher consumption may reduce battery life by…

Upcoming PSP Releases Will Make You Say "Wow"

A year and a half ago, the PSP wasn't exactly wowing consumers or third-party publishers. Even John Koller, director of hardware marketing at Sony, might agree, telling MTV Multiplayer that, at the time, PSP gamers "were mostly ports" of their console siblings, resulting in minimal wows. That's going to change, Koller… » 8/01/08 6:40pm 8/01/08 6:40pm