The PS4's Developer-Friendliness Explained: More Games in Less Time

It's nearly 2 months until the official release of the PlayStation 4, Sony's upcoming big black box of dreams and wonders. Sony has focused on creating a high-spec machine that not only offers a plethora of nifty features on the user side, but was designed specifically to be easy to develop for on the creator side. » 9/12/13 6:00am 9/12/13 6:00am

The Best Games for Your Sony Gaming Device

Something from Sony's video game hardware offerings found its way into your life this week. Maybe it's a hand-me-down PSP, a brand-new Vita or a skinnier-than-ever PlayStation 3. Whichever it is, you can look at the games we think are the best available on each system. » 12/28/12 9:00am 12/28/12 9:00am

Sony Sold 525,000 PS3s Last Week

The week of Thanksgiving marks one of the most important retail milestones for sellers of things. We've got a ballpark figure for how many people brought the new Wii U. (Around 400,000.) And Microsoft bragged about all the Xbox 360 units they shifted into people homes, too. (750,000 for those guys.) So, what about… » 11/29/12 2:45pm 11/29/12 2:45pm

Seems Like the Best Version of The Binding of Isaac Will Be Coming to…

Edmund McMillen's The Binding of Isaac gave players a horrific, addictive roguelike experience when it came out last year. After a planned 3DS release was scuttled, the only place to play the super-tough dungeon crawler has been on PC platforms. But Isaac is being reborn for consoles, with a new edition that packs… » 11/29/12 9:00am 11/29/12 9:00am

The Future of Rare, A Vita 'Iteration', and a Pair of Avalanche Mysteries

Editor's Note: The shadowy figure known as Superannuation is back with more armfuls of gaming gossip about the people who made Perfect Dark, a possible Disney Skylanders clone, a strange Vita job listing at Sony and some tantalizing mysteries that maybe only you can solve. What has Superannuation dug from the World… » 7/11/12 1:00pm 7/11/12 1:00pm