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  • Blog Post: PlayStation Vue Isn't A Cable Killer, But It Could Cut Your Bill In Half

    Update: PlayStation Vue is a robust service, and I've uncovered even more features at our fingertips. A reader, Mr. De Lena, has pointed out that you can indeed watch Vue programming via the iOS app when away from your home (as long as you use the Vue account you've signed up with back on your... More
  • Blog Post: Analysis – Don’t Count On A 4K Future Quite Yet

    Last week, Kotaku reported that Sony was planning a new version of its PlayStation 4 hardware, which could play games at 4K resolution. Before you speed over to your nearest big-box retailer and throw your wallet at a new television, however, keep a couple of things in mind. First, while a few anonymous... More
  • Blog Post: Hands-On With Some Of PlayStation VR's First Titles

    We've spent quite a bit of time demoing PlayStation VR games for our January Year of VR issue. Alongside the big pricing and timing announcement for the hardware, Sony gave us a chance to dive into some of the games launching alongside and shortly after the headset releases in October. Unlike Rift... More
  • Blog Post: Sony’s Heads Of PlayStation VR Discuss Virtual Reality’s Future

    PlayStation VR is poised to take the console market by storm as the first virtual-reality system to be released from any of the three major home-console manufacturers. Rather than the typical competition of Microsoft and Nintendo, however, Sony Computer Entertainment must focus on challengers from the... More
  • Blog Post: The Top 10 Games On PlayStation 4

    The PlayStation 4 got off to a slow start, but an influx of exclusives and improved remasters have been building up a respectable library for the system. In this continually updated feature, we break down the top 10 games every PlayStation 4 owner should play. Here are Game Informer's current picks... More
  • Blog Post: 10 Things That Still Annoy Us About PlayStation 4

    The current generation of consoles do a lot of things right, from great games to apps to social features. Now that we’re a few years into the hardware cycle, many of the wrinkles have been ironed out of the user experience – but there’s still plenty of room for improvement. Last week... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – Kojima Made The Right Choice Picking Sony

    It sounds like Kojima had a number of options when it came to partners for the first project from his post-Konami iteration of Kojima Productions , but I think Sony was the right choice. First off, you can't underestimate the power of Kojima's stated comfort level with Sony and PlayStation products... More
  • Blog Post: The Most Impressive Sights From The 2015 PlayStation Experience Show Floor

    Right now, Sony's second annual PlayStation Experience is in full swing and we are on hand for all the excitement. This year, the show moved to San Francisco, taking up three floors at the Moscone Center. Fans rushed to form lines for popular games like Dark Souls III and Far Cry Primal, while a... More
  • Blog Post: All The News From The 2015 PlayStation Experience

    Today marks the beginning of the the second annual PlayStation Experience, and Sony had a number of trailers and announcements out of the gate. Below you will find a round-up of everything to come out of the show so far. We will update this story with additional previews and news as the show moves forward... More
  • Blog Post: Rounding Up Sony's PlayStation Experience Indie Announcements And Trailers

    Sony had a number of indie game announcements during its PlayStation Experience press conference today, and we've rounded them up in one place. Indie, or course, does not necessarily always imply the literal translation of the word, but rather defines a smaller, more artistic game made by a small... More
  • Blog Post: Recap: Sony’s Paris Games Week Conference

    Sony's press conference for Paris Games Week had all the bases covered, from new announcements to fresh looks at games we were already excited about. Though no one moment or reveal stands out as jaw-dropping, the event was a chance for several publishers (and the PS4) to shine. We've collected... More
  • Blog Post: Perfect Your PlayStation 4 Experience In Three Quick Moves

    Thanks to its improved online experience, attractive price point, and slight edge in hardware performance, the PlayStation 4 came out of the gates at a full sprint, putting itself well ahead of the rival Xbox One in the latest console race. But despite its lengthy list of improvements over the troubled... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are The Original Review Scores For Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection's Games

    Today marks the release of Sony's Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection for PlayStation 4. This collection of Naughty Dog's first three Uncharted games boosts them up to 60 fps and also offers up two new difficulty modes that either make the game easier or harder ( read more about other changes... More
  • Blog Post: My Baffling Japanese PlayStation VR Experience

    Sony graciously set aside some time for me to come by their large TGS booth earlier today to try out the newly renamed PlayStation VR, previously codenamed Morpheus. While I’ve had some brief demos of other VR hardware, this was the first time I’d tried on Sony’s headset. Unfortunately... More
  • Blog Post: Confronting The Wonderful Horror Of Bloodborne: The Old Hunters

    Upon visiting Sony’s booth at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, our first stop brought us to Bloodborne’s exciting new expansion, which was just announced a couple of days ago. It would be disingenuous to say that The Old Hunters changes everything you know about Bloodborne. In fact, it’s... More
  • Blog Post: What We Learned From Sony’s Tokyo Press Conference

    In the lead-up to this year’s Tokyo Game Show, the press descended on Tokyo’s Midtown Hall to get the latest from Sony about its plans for the PS4 and Vita. While attending, we learned of a few new details that will be big news for North American players, including details on the first major... More
  • Blog Post: Live Stream – Until Dawn

    Update: The stream has ended, but make sure to watch our YouTube page for the archived version! Original Story: Halloween might be two months away, but we're starting the scare season early with a seven hour live stream of Until Dawn by Supermassive Games. It's a survival horror game where player... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Teenagers Die In Until Dawn

    Whether in movies or games, I've never been a fan of the survival-horror genre, but Until Dawn excels in ways that had me overcoming my reservation and obsessing over every detail in its narrative. Player choices throughout Until Dawn's storyline result in dramatic and intimate changes in its... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Everybody's Gone To The Rapture

    The Chinese Room is known for creating atmospheric first-person adventure games with a focus on abstract, ambiguous narratives. Those types of games can be tricky to show off in a show as concise as Test Chamber, but we're paying a visit to the game's sleepy English town anyway to show you what... More
  • Blog Post: Is July 31 The Most Important Day In Gaming History?

    You’ve likely heard a lot of juicy tales regarding the creation of some of the industry’s biggest games, but the stories behind the stories are even juicer. Did you know that July 31 is actually one of the most eventful days in gaming history? Learn about all of the historic happenings that... More
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