Sick of messing with drivers to get your DualShock 4 working on PC? Worry not. The solution, as always, is a dongle.
Playdead’s excellent side-scrolling puzzle game Inside is now available on PS4. You should definitely play it! Read our review here.
On September 7, Sony is expected to announce two new models of the PlayStation 4. They should only bother announcing one, because the Slim looks like it’s already well and truly out there.
PlayStation Plus will jump from $50/year to $60/year starting September 22, Sony said today. It’s the first price hike for the online service since it launched in 2010.
The PlayStation 4 is an excellent console, one that I’d recommend to anyone who’s looking for a new video game system. Also, you should definitely not buy one.
To mark World of Final Fantasy’s release, Sony is releasing special PS Vita units in Japan. Available from the Sony Store in Japan, they’re priced at 20,980 yen (US$208).
Sony just sent out invitations to an event called the PlayStation Meeting, at 3pm Eastern on September 7. The company will finally reveal their upgraded PlayStation 4 model—which Kotaku broke news of earlier this year—there. Looking forward to it!
Yesterday morning, I downloaded the day-one patch for No Man’s Sky, a video game in which players explore the universe and try to solve mysteries, such as why the UI looks so much like Destiny’s. I had wiped my old save-file, so with the patch I was starting fresh.
Word is Sony’s going to announce the PlayStation 4.5, aka Neo, on September 7 in New York City. The news comes from anonymous sources speaking to the French gaming website Gameblog as well as VICE Gaming. If Sony does announce it in September, expect a launch soon afterwards, perhaps in October alongside the…
If you’ve been playing or watching streams of No Man’s Sky over the past few days, you should know that things are about to get very different.
Early this week, the review aggregator OpenCritic caused widespread panic when they tweeted about publications not receiving early review copies of No Man’s Sky. It was just the beginning of what would become a weeklong debacle involving one of the most hyped games of the year.
You’re heading to the store to get a PS4 right now, and need to know which games to get. (Keep your eyes on the road, please!) Or you’re home, all set up, realizing you want more stuff to play. Or maybe you’re suiting up for a battle in the console war, applying your facepaint and trying to remember which games will…
Gravity Rush 2 comes to PS4 on December 2, Sony announced this morning on the PlayStation Blog. It sure is looking pretty.
Adam Boyes, PlayStation third-party relations vice president (and a big champion of indie games on Sony platforms), is leaving the company to return to game development.
Over the decades, Japanese developers have churned out a mind-boggling number of video games. Some are good, and some are bad. These are the thirty-one most important ones.
That *thud* you hear is the sound of Polyphony boss and Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi throwing the PS3 under the bus in this IGN interview.
A 26-year-old Saudi gamer says his PlayStation Network account was locked for using the word Jihad—which also happens to be his first name.
The PlayStation 1 got an array of games. Some were good, some were bad and some had odd box art. “Odd,” however, isn’t a bad thing at all.
In the early 2000s a small developer named 5000ft Inc. started work on a modest PlayStation 2 game based on Marvel Comics’ Daredevil. Unseen64 historian Liam Robertson explores how that modest project blossomed into something much bigger, before being unceremoniously canned.