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Live: Watch the Sony PlayStation Gamescom 2014 Press Conference Right Here

Watch the Sony PlayStation Gamescom 2014 Press Conference Right Here

Find out what's next for PS4 and Vita today

The firework show at Gamescom 2014 has started a little earlier this year, with Microsoft announcing some form of exclusivity for Rise of the Tomb Raider. Sony always has a strong showing at the German convention, though, so expect it to fight back during its media briefing. You can watch the whole thing...

News: There May Still Be Hope for the PlayStation 4 in Japan Yet

There May Still Be Hope for the PlayStation 4 in Japan Yet

Former Famitsu boss teases big TGS reveal

It’s probably a bit cruel to be talking about the next major gaming convention before the current one has even got underway, but it seems like Sony may be stockpiling a seriously big announcement for the Tokyo Game Show in late September. According to Hirokazu Hamamura, the ex-editor-in-chief of Famitsu...

Weirdness: You Can Pop by Clementine's House in The Last of Us Remastered

You Can Pop by Clementine's House in The Last of Us Remastered

Who could live in a house like this?

We all know that Easter eggs aren't just designed to make us feel sick, but also to keep us entertained all year round by popping up in video games when we least expect them. It seems that developer Naughty Dog did more than just brush up on the graphics in The Last of Us Remastered, too, as one Twitter user...

Gamescom 2014: DriveClub Special Edition Lines Up at Launch in Europe

DriveClub Special Edition Lines Up at Launch in Europe

Podium position

And we’re underway. Gamescom 2014 hasn’t technically started yet, but you didn’t think that you’d have to wait for the news to start rolling, did you? Evolution Studios has taken to the European PlayStation Blog today to announce a DriveClub special edition, which will be available at launch in the Old World from 8th October...

Talking Point: What Are Your Hopes and Fears for PS4 and Vita at Gamescom 2014?

What Are Your Hopes and Fears for PS4 and Vita at Gamescom 2014?

Panic presentations

Every convention comes with a combination of excitement and trepidation. Sony’s always had a decent presence at Gamescom, so we’re expecting nothing less this year – but with the event being livestreamed all around the world, there’s always the worry that it could drop a Powers-esque press conference clanger and let...

Rumour: PS4 Interface Images Show Folders, Improved Trophy Notifications, and More

PS4 Interface Images Show Folders, Improved Trophy Notifications, and More

Sadly, they're probably fake

There’s nothing like a good ol’ fashioned leak to shake you out of a groggy Sunday morning. In truth, this looks fake, so don’t expect it to be officially unveiled at Gamescom 2014 next week – but we kind of wished that it would be. The shots show an enhanced PlayStation 4 user interface, including folders,...

News: Can't Find a Multiplayer Match in The Last of Us on PS4? This Patch Should Help

Can't Find a Multiplayer Match in The Last of Us on PS4? This Patch Should Help

Netcode remastered

Naughty Dog may have plotted an almost flawless transition to the PlayStation 4, but it did mess up one aspect of The Last of Us in converting it to Sony’s next-gen console. Since launch, there have been many complaints regarding the title’s multiplayer matchmaking, which functions, but, well, not as well as it should. In...

News: Music Management Sim BigFest Will Also Headline on PS4

Music Management Sim BigFest Will Also Headline on PS4

Next-gen encore

We thought that PlayStation Vita music management simulation BigFest was taking an extraordinarily long time to develop – but now we know why. Sony XDev Europe has taken to the PlayStation Blog to confirm that the title – which sees you run a Glastonbury-esque festival from hiring the bands to placing the porta potties – will...

News: What Does PlayStation Vita Firmware Update 3.18 Do?

What Does PlayStation Vita Firmware Update 3.18 Do?

As if you need telling

There’ll be no danger of your PlayStation Vita ever tumbling off your coffee table again, as Sony has released a new stability update for the diminutive device. Available right now – and mandatory, we’re afraid – the patch doesn’t appear to change anything about the handheld’s user experience. Speculation...