PS4 and Xbox One
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 gone Continue Reading →
E3
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) Continue Reading →
PlayStation
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 Continue Reading →
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. Continue Reading →
Xbox One Without Kinect
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 Continue Reading →
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 Continue Reading →
If you’ve ever tried to teach someone how to use their first smartphone, you know how frustrating it can be – it’s hard to resist the urge to rip the smartphone away and show them how it’s done. This may be a thing of the past, thanks to Sony’s Evolution UI. Evolution is an “intentionally Continue Reading →
Sony Cassette Tape
It’s hard for magnetic data tapes to stand out from the crowd in an era when it’s easy to load up on legions of hard drives. However, Sony might have managed that rare feat with nano-sized tape tech that stores much more than off-the-shelf hardware. By optimizing how it sputters argon ions on to film Continue Reading →
Sony
Your local Best Buy is about to get even more crowded. Sony is set to join other companies in building its own store-within-a-store at the huge retailer. Starting in May, the “Sony Experience at Best Buy” will come to 350 locations and be staffed by Best Buy employees with specialized training around Sony’s products. Home Continue Reading →