Decent deal if you need everything, though
Costco Canada is flogging PlayStation 5 bundles this week, which include a brand-new 55” Sony 4K television, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and all the accessory trimmings. For CAD$2,199.99 (USD$1,675.99), you get a PS5, an extra DualSense, a DualSense charging station, a Media Remote, a copy of...
Make virtual reality a reality
Sony's said that it expects PlayStation VR to sell out fast, so if you're hoping to get one of the headsets this year, pay attention: pre-orders for the Launch Bundle are open now across the United States and Canada. You'll be able to nab the magical mask from the likes of Best Buy and
Company's expecting to sell out quickly, though
It would appear that Sony's seen sense: pre-orders for the $399.99 PlayStation VR core bundle will open at 07:00AM PT on Tuesday, 29th March in North America. Previously, the platform holder indicated that you'd only be able to register your interest in the $499.99 Launch Bundle – which comes with...
Make sure you secure Sony's add-on
PlayStation VR pre-orders will go live in North America tomorrow, and are likely to be snapped up swiftly. Despite its steep price tag, the PlayStation 4 peripheral has been performing very well in Europe since last week, topping the Amazon UK sales charts and receiving lots of attention on the high street as well...
As expected, Sony is dropping the price of the PlayStation 4 in North America. Starting tomorrow, the console will be available for as low as $349.99 in the United States with a copy of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection included, and according to SCEA president Shawn Layden, this is all part of the platform holder's desire to offer...
How low can you go?
We told you that it was coming: the PlayStation 4 will officially drop to $349.99 starting tomorrow, 9th October, in the United States. The console previously carried an MSRP of $399.99 in the all-important nation, so this represents a reasonable drop of $50. All of the console's current bundles have been adjusted to represent...
Going the wrong way
Price drops are common in this industry. It’s becoming increasingly regular for new releases to be discounted – both physically and digitally – shortly after launch, with patient players often rewarded with a bargain. Moreover, console cost adjustments frequently factor into a manufacturer’s hardware marketing roadmap,...
Platform holder now looking to the future
Sony has claimed that the PlayStation 4 enjoyed the biggest Canadian launch in gaming history – and given last week’s incredible sell-through tally, we don't think that it's exaggerating at all. Speaking with our friends over at
Those affected can claim a free game
Remember when the PlayStation Network got hacked? It was a big deal for about two months, and then everyone just sort of forgot about it. Well, everyone except the fine folks in Canada, to be precise. It turns out that a group of loyal crusaders from the land of Maple Syrup have spent the past couple of years...
It may have slipped your memory, but Canada still hasn’t received the 3G version of the PlayStation Vita. The enhanced SKU was quietly cancelled in the region ahead of the system’s February launch – and there’s been very little information from platform holder Sony ever since. Well, until this evening anyway. The company has...
According to Kotaku, the launch of the 3G PlayStation Vita has been pushed back by two months in Canada
The North American website reports that "due to extensive planning and testing with [Sony's] 3G partner", the SKU has been delayed until April 2012. The website speculates that difficulties in reaching a pricing agreement with the 3G network provider could be the reason behind the..
21-year old Canadian, Natasha Maksimovic, is currently enjoying her moment in the spotlight
She has filed a $1 billion (Canadian) lawsuit against Sony for the recent PlayStation Network data breach. That's about $1.04 billion USD . The suit was announced earlier this week by a Toronto law firm, with Sony Canada, Sony America and "other Sony...
Are you Canadian and in need of streamed video content? Rejoice -- Netflix has announced plans to extend into "America's hat" this Fall
The service will be streaming-only and will be coming to "a range of consumer electronics devices capable of streaming from Netflix". So the PlayStation 3 then? Probably. There's no confirmation yet, but it should follow over the next few days. For now,..
You've been patient, Canadian readers
But finally, finally, you're going to get the PlayStation Video Store. That's right, from July 1st, Sony will launch the PlayStation Video Store service in your region, allowing you to rent and buy HD movies of your choice. Hurrah. Remember, they'll work on your PSP and PS3. Rad, right?
So, we're only really posting about this because the Canadians never seem to shut-up about pre-paid PSN cards
Well today looks to put an end to your misery, as eagle-eyed Canadian Joystiq readers have apparently got their hands on $20 PSN cards in the land of Maple Syrup. We wonder if Sony have any plans to bring these to Europe? Presumably they're...