A reliable Kotaku source has informed us that the PlayStation 4, codenamed Orbis, will be out this November in the United States.
E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
Still waiting to join the ranks of PlayStation Move owners? If the PlayStation 3's take on Wii Sports wasn't your cup of tea, Sony will soon be targeting the Sly Cooper and Ratchet & Clank-loving crowd to get their Move on.
With the popularity of music games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band waning, could karaoke for movies be the next party game sensation? Yoostar2, a video game that puts players in famous movie scenes, makes a bold attempt to do so.
The PlayStation Eye is fairly handy as a console camera, a PC webcam and even part of Sony's Move setup. But it's even handier as a 3D scanner.
The PlayStation Move controller requires that you set a PlayStation Eye camera above or below your TV. Don't think that'll work for you? Neither did I, until discovering this trick. Try it yourself.
Dance Central for Kinect might be getting all the attention, but Konami's DanceDanceRevolution for the PlayStation 3 has a few tricks up its sleeve that could bring the original dance game back into the spotlight, starting with PlayStation Move support.
A lot has been made about the potential for the PlayStation Move's motion controls, but let's not forget that the PS3's humble little PlayStation Eye camera can do motion control of its own, no plastic wands required.
Are you ready to invest in motion control for your PlayStation 3? Sony has laid out your options for hopping onto the PlayStation Move bandwagon, three ways to make your PS3 Move-ready when the control scheme launches in September.
In controlled environments, Sony's EyePet had looked set to revolutionise the way we interacted with our games. But my house is not a controlled environment.
Now, as demonstrated at this year's CEDEC 09 conference in Japan, the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Eye can interpret human heads at a much more refined level, turning human faces into those of cows or your standard anime boy or girl. DigInfo.tv has video of the "Vision Library for PlayStation Eye" in action, which…
Sony's given a release date and two pricing schemes for EyePet, its augmented-reality, cute widdle fuzzy wuzkins-ownership sim. North America gets it Nov. 17, price is $39.99 without PlayStation Eye, $59.99 bundled with.
Dogs and cats are boring. Especially when you compare them to Sony's interactive EyePet. Sony Europe released a batch of fun and fuzzy images of its pet to fill your heart with warmth and love. Check out those costumes!
Sony Computer Entertainment America filed a patent a couple months back, for a system using coffee mugs to play a video game. Now they've filed one to make your laughter into a controller.
Here's a YouTube comment on PlayStation 3 EyePet that caught my eye last week: "Both are useless this and milo both stupid." Hints of a 21st century version of Sonic Vs. Mario, starring a Microsoft boy and a Sony pet?
Earlier this week we showed you Sony's PlayStation 3 EyePet in augmented-reality action. Today, I'll struggle to write words that are as impressive as that video.
Forget full-body waggle, the thing that most excited me about Project Natal's E3 demo was the promise that the camera could recognise my face, and log me into Xbox Live automatically. Yes, I'm that lazy.
E3 2009 was both exciting and worrisome for the suits at Tecmo Koei. New motion sensing control schemes from Microsoft and Sony have potential, but may not be the ideal fit for established series like Ninja Gaiden and Dynasty Warriors.
In part two of our Bonus Round discussion, we chat about the high-definition "Wii Plus," Project Natal (again), the possibilities for PlayStation Eye, and if the video game controller as we know it will ever go away. We also get a very up close and personal look at the naked ankles of Michael Pachter. This episode is…