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  • Blog Post: Sony: PlayStation TV Isn't Successful Because It's Not Easy To Explain To Customers

    The PlayStation TV made landfall here in North America in October last year, promising to give players access to a wide range of Vita titles and media streaming options. The device hasn't lived up to expectations, with only about half the titles compatible with the mini-console. Retailers have rapidly... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: Retailers Are Giving Away PlayStation TV With PlayStation 4 Purchases

    If you’re in the market for a PlayStation 4 over the next couple of weeks, you might walk away with something extra. Retailers are finding creative ways to offload PlayStation TV units, which is good news for you. GameStop ( Disclaimer: GameStop is Game Informer’s parent company ) is offering... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Ships 6.4 Million PlayStation 4 Units In Third Quarter Of FY15

    Sony is still struggling financially, though its third quarter of the 2015 fiscal year brought some better news. The company has revised its loss projections for the year ending March 31, 2015, significantly, thought it will still end in the red. In October, Sony projected a net loss of ¥230 billion... More
  • Blog Post: Retailers Begin Dropping Price Of PlayStation TV

    Most major game and electronics retailers have significantly cut the price of Sony's streaming media/home console the PlayStation TV. GameSpot noticed the price drops. Right now, Amazon , Wal-Mart , Best Buy , and GameStop ( Disclosure: GameStop is Game Informer's parent company.) are all selling... More
  • Blog Post: New Releases This Week: October 12 Through 18

    Whether you are looking for psychological scares, zero-G thrills, or just want to learn how to duck hunt, you might find something to like in this week's new releases. You'll also (finally) be able to take Minecraft with you on Vita and, if selected, try out Fable Legends in the closed beta.... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation TV Arrives Mid-October, Over 700 Compatible Games At Launch

    Sony has announced the release date for the PlayStation TV , a small device intended for media and games. The device, which will retail for $99.99, will be available on October 14. Sony says that more than 700 games will be available at launch, including native Vita games, PlayStation 1 titles, and PSP... More
  • Blog Post: Sony’s Yoshida: More Vita Owners Using Handheld As Companion Device

    Last week at E3, we had the opportunity to speak with Sony president of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida. During our conversation, which focused on the future of PlayStation and the road the company has taken since the PlayStation 4’s form factor was revealed at E3 2013, we spoke about the changing... More
  • Blog Post: Vita TV Renamed PlayStation TV, Coming To The U.S.

    Sony has renamed its Vita TV device for the U.S. The unit will be known as PlayStation TV when it launches here. The device , which has already been released in Japan, will be available for $99 for the base unit and $139 as part of a bundle. The bundle includes a PlayStation TV, a DualShock 3 controller... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Files For 'PlayStation TV' Trademark

    Sony announced during its E3 press conference that it would use Sony Pictures and Sony Music to bring original programming to the PlayStation 4. With a recent trademark application, we might be seeing the first steps of that plan. On the United States Patent and Trademark Office website, Sony filed for... More
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