On February 15, 2012, Sony of America launched the PlayStation Vita, a powerhouse portable that they promised would deliver “console-quality gaming” to commutes everywhere. Nearly four years later, it’s safe to say they failed. But the Vita is a great machine—even without Sony’s help. »
After some conjecture earlier this week surrounding the re-release of some older PS2 Star Wars games, Sony has come out and confirmed that PS2 games are coming to the PS4 courtesy of emulation. »
Regardless of the console or the agency behind it, Sony’s console TV commercials have a long history of being pretty great. This new one, for Europe, is no exception. »
It’s frankly ridiculous how close some games are to finished when they are cancelled - or, conversely, how vaporous they can be when they’re first shown.
Edited by Kotaku’s Chris Person, here is a supercut of VR faces from today’s PlayStation 4 conference at Paris Games Week. »
It’s PlayStation Day in Paris, where Sony’s about to put on a press conference full of new games and announcements. »
The PlayStation Vita is something of an oddity—a pricy, powerful portable gaming console adrift in a sea of smartphones, touchscreen controls, and inexpensive app-store games. All the same, we have a fondness for Sony’s beefy handheld, and the many unusual games you can play on it. »
Composer Jessica Curry, who most recently worked on Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, has announced she’s (sort of) leaving The Chinese Room. There’s more on her mind, though. In a blog post, Curry pulled no punches when talking about her negative experiences working with Sony, how the industry devalues the… »