Tagged with: PlayStation

Sony and Microsoft May Launch ‘Early Access’ Games

Sony and Microsoft May Launch ‘Early Access’ Games

While Steam's year-long experiment with selling unfinished games through its "Early Access" program has had its share of issues, it's hard to understate the impact it has had on the way PC games are developed, marketed, and sold, with games like Day Z and Rust becoming best sellers before they're even finished. This hasn't ...

The Best Video Games That E3 2014 Had to Offer

The Best Video Games That E3 2014 Had to Offer

Another round of E3 keynotes have come and gone, leaving video game fans waiting months (or more) to get their hands on the games they’ve drooled over this week. While I haven't spent much time playing video games lately – I spent more time watching all five major addresses (Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, Sony and Nintendo) ...

Sony at E3 2014: GTA V, Project Morpheus, Indies and More

Sony at E3 2014: GTA V, Project Morpheus, Indies and More

Sony closed out a day of high-profile press conferences here at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) with a showing that not only played to all of the PlayStation maker's strengths but also managed to surprise as much, if not more, than it confirmed what we already knew was on the way. The event's even blend marks a rare ...

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – May 20, 2014

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – May 20, 2014

The Xbox One has only been on store shelves for six months, but Microsoft is already taking action to try to close the sales gap held by Sony’s PlayStation 4. Microsoft recently announced that the Xbox One will soon be available without the Kinect camera for $399 – the same price as the PlayStation 4. Microsoft also ...

Microsoft Has No Idea What It’s Doing With the Xbox One

Microsoft Has No Idea What It’s Doing With the Xbox One

It’s official: Microsoft is scared of the PlayStation 4. Microsoft announced on Tuesday that it will sell the Xbox One without the Kinect for $399, starting on June 9. The price cut levels the playing field and drops the Xbox One’s sticker price to the same level as Sony’s PS4. It also eliminates one of the biggest ...

Sony Designed the PS4′s Controller With Virtual Reality in Mind

Sony Designed the PS4′s Controller With Virtual Reality in Mind

Sony caused a lot of fuss when it confirmed that there would be no way of turning off the DualShock 4's light bar (the tyranny!), but do you want to know why it was really on there? Because of Project Morpheus. Jed Ashforth, Senior Designer at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, told TechRadar that Sony's virtual reality ...

You Can Soon Rip and Edit from Your PlayStation 4

You Can Soon Rip and Edit from Your PlayStation 4

During the lead up to the PlayStation 4's launch, Sony promised that it would enable gamers to shut off HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) post-launch and allow unrestricted video capture over HDMI. That day is almost here, as the company's just announced its intention to release two new system updates mostly ...

Sony Unveils ‘Project Morpheus,’ a Virtual Reality System for the PS4

Sony Unveils ‘Project Morpheus,’ a Virtual Reality System for the PS4

Sony will release Project Morpheus, a virtual reality system for PlayStation 4, the company announced on Tuesday in an event at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. “Virtual reality, or VR, is the next innovation from PlayStation that may well shape the future of games,” Sony Computer Entertainment worldwide ...

Checking In: Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Four Months Later

Checking In: Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Four Months Later

This is a very big week for the Xbox One. We’re four months into the new console generation, which means two things: It’s too early to tell who’s “winning,” but … … we still have a good idea of what’s going on. I’ve been meaning to re-visit the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 since I first reviewed ...

PlayStation 4 Outsold the Xbox One in January, But Game Sales Unclear

PlayStation 4 Outsold the Xbox One in January, But Game Sales Unclear

Sony and Microsoft are both trumpeting market share wins from NPD’s January US gaming data. Sony declared its PlayStation 4 the top-selling console last month, while Microsoft took credit for selling the most games. Sony’s success with the PS4 has managed to dethrone the Xbox 360, which was NPD’s highest-selling ...