For all of the players
Sony has always been a pioneer in the video game space, but sometimes a lack of conviction has let its consoles down. In many ways, the PlayStation 2 was ahead of the casual gamer curve, with titles such as Buzz, SingStar, and EyeToy Play appealing to families in a way that traditional hardcore games hadn't. However, the...
No tribal tattoos, ok?
Sony seems ready to restart the Crash Bandicoot cycle all over again, as group president Andrew House has admitted in an interview with British newspaper The Telegraph that the platform holder’s open to bringing back old mascots such as the Naughty Dog spinster. There were
Indie-esque project next on the agenda
PlayStation 4 exclusive Knack was easily the worst received of the next-gen console’s launch titles, securing a string of low scores around the web. However, it also attained a lot of press in the build up to release, primarily due to its ties to hardware architect – and industry legend – Mark Cerny...
Best kick back and grab a snack before settling into this fascinating conversation with game development legend Mark Cerny and PlayStation boss Andrew House, because it lasts a whole hour. The duo cover just about everything, from their own careers to the consoles we all know and love. It certainly makes for an interesting watch, especially...
Sony wanted to take a leadership position
Those of you with strong memories may recall Sony overlord Kaz Hirai insinuating in a newspaper interview that it would allow Microsoft to announce its next-gen console first – only to tease its PlayStation Meeting press conference a few d
The rest is history
Remember when Jack Tretton laid the figurative smackdown during Sony’s E3 press conference a couple of years ago? That wasn’t originally planned. Despite speculation at the time, Sony never intended to mirror Microsoft’s abhorrent Xbox One digital-rights management policies – but seeing