Console startup sounds are the fanfare that signals our journey into the world of interactive entertainment. Let's listen to the PlayStation 4 version of the tune, courtesy of SCEE PR manager Hugo Bustillos.
Chris Jarvis, 25, thought he would be shadowing a staff developer as an unpaid intern last year at Sony Computer Entertainment's Cambridge studio in the U.K. When he showed up, he says he was ordered to test games instead.
In a statement given yesterday, GameStop said it and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe had reached an agreement for stores in Europe and Australia to sell vouchers for downloadable content and games games over the PlayStation Network.
Sony's new PlayStation Network terms of service, which basically exist to try and stop the company being taken to court by disgruntled users, aren't exactly popular in the US. If you're from Europe or Australia, though, relax: They don't apply to you.
And if you're a kid, you shouldn't be reading this. You should be outside, getting some exercise. Making friends. Skipping rope.
One of the sadder stories to come out of this week's London riots is that of Malaysian student Ashraf Haziq, who bleeding profusely from a broken jaw is helped to his feet by passers-by...before summarily having his PSP stolen right out of his backpack.
This is a doll. It's also the subject of a patent filing by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, which thinks it might be a good idea if the doll and your PS3 chat with each other.
Sony has said all along that the PlayStation Vita would only begin its global launch in 2011. It never said there'd be a worldwide launch in 2011. So somebody misses out. Guess who!
Pool title Hustle Kings was the least impressive of the NGP titles on display last month during our title with Sony's new portable. But that doesn't make it a bad game.
Futuristic anti-grav racer Wipeout is a great fit for portables. It was a launch title for the original Playstation Portable and it looks like the latest iteration will be a launch title for the NGP.
Wipeout 2048 offers smooth controls and liquid fast graphics as you zip around the game's multi-tiered tracks against…
Now that the PlayStation Network has respawned across various parts of the globe this past weekend, Sony is saying sorry in the form of free PlayStation 3 and PSP games. The PlayStation maker has outlined its "Welcome Back" offering for Europe and North America.
Reactivation of PlayStation Network, completed early this morning for all of North America, is now proceeding in Europe, New Zealand, Australia, Mexico and South America, PlayStation Europe said through its official Twitter moments ago.
Sony has not yet determined if the personal information or credit card numbers of users on the still-offline Playstation Network have been stolen, according to a Sony spokesman.
Sony has slashed the price of the PlayStation Portable in Europe, cutting its retail mark from €170 all the way down to €130.
PlayStation 3 platformer LittleBigPlanet 2 is expert at doing many things—imitating other video games, imitating classic movies, imitating operating systems—but can it actually be a good learning tool? Sony thinks so and plans to release downloadable content for the game that's designed to aid schoolteachers.
Microsoft and Nintendo do not, for various reasons, want to release official applications on the iPhone or Android platforms. Sony, thankfully, has no such qualms.
While the Blu-ray patent infringement lawsuit between electronics manufacturer LG and Sony rages on, a court decision in the Netherlands has halted the confiscation of PlayStation 3 systems entering Europe, with the more than 300,000 units already seized ordered returned.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has cancelled "a small number of projects" formerly in development across its British studios. The same studios that make games like WipeOut.
Several thousand more PlayStation 3s were seized by Dutch customs officials on the eve of Sony's courtoom showdown with Korea-based LG, whose allegations of patent infringement have effectively halted the distribution of consoles across Europe the past 10 days.
The box art for MotorStorm: Apocalypse, which got its release date earlier today. U.S. is on the left, Europe's on the right. Once again, the Old World got the winner; apparently dune buggies move product in North America. [via Playstation.Blog]