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News: PS4 Exclusive Wattam Looks As Utterly Bonkers As You'd Expect

PS4 Exclusive Wattam Looks As Utterly Bonkers As You'd Expect

Clouds! Mayors! Explosions! Lawn mowers!

Considering that Wattam is the latest game from Keita Takahashi, the creator of Katamari Damacy and Noby Noby Boy, it's little surprise that the PlayStation 4 exclusive is almost impossible to describe. Brand new footage filtering out of an event hosted in Los Angeles last week shows the crazy collaboration...

News: Everybody's Gone to the Rapture May Be PS4's Prettiest Indie Yet

Everybody's Gone to the Rapture May Be PS4's Prettiest Indie Yet

No, really

Considering that The Chinese Room consists of a dozen or so developers based in sunny British seaside town Brighton, there are some serious production values on display in its forthcoming PlayStation 4 project. Everybody's Gone to the Rapture looks borderline photorealistic – in fact, while perusing screenshots of the title prior to...

News: Sony Agrees to Review Investigation Process after BBC Report

Sony Agrees to Review Investigation Process after BBC Report

Lessons have been learned, apparently

BBC's long-running consumer rights programme Watchdog took PlayStation to task as part of its latest episode this evening, reporting on two cases in which fraudulent account charges had left customers out of pocket. The first, regarding John Lappin's inability to obtain a refund for a game that he never...

News: Sony: PlayStation Vita Is a Legacy Platform

Sony: PlayStation Vita Is a Legacy Platform

Gulp

It's perhaps an indictment of the current state of the PlayStation Vita in the Western world that we haven't really found the need to write an update on the device for some time. While there was hope of the format's fortunes turning around 18 or so months ago, the platform's fate has remained unchanged for a while now. And while it continues...

News: PlayStation Taken to Task in BBC's Watchdog Programme

PlayStation Taken to Task in BBC's Watchdog Programme

The weakest link

Sony's no stranger to Watchdog, the BBC consumer awareness show that's been running in the UK for over 30 years. One legendary report saw the PlayStation 3 taken to task following the yellow light of death scandal, but it's the PlayStation Network that will be subject to an Anne Robinson-fronted grilling in tonight's episode. The...

News: Sony Admits PS4 First-Party Lineup Is Looking a Little Sparse This Year

Sony Admits PS4 First-Party Lineup Is Looking a Little Sparse This Year

Firm's working hard with third-parties to fill the gap

Sony understands the importance of PlayStation 4 exclusives as it highlighted them in its investor relations presentation earlier today – but president Andrew House is well aware of the fact that the platform holder's first-party lineup is looking a little light this year. "Our first-party...

News: Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes PS4 Fronts Bumper June PS Plus Lineup

Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes PS4 Fronts Bumper June PS Plus Lineup

Skulls of the Shogun, Super Exploding Zoo, Call of Juarez

As promised, Sony has revealed June's roster of free PlayStation Plus titles – and there might not be quite as many pitchforks in the comments this time. Top of the list is Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes for the PlayStation 4, a short title oozing with blockbuster production values...