Sony Nabs One of Gaming Industry’s Biggest Developers

Rubric: Sony | 22 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Sony Nabs One of Gaming Industry’s Biggest Developers

‘Metal Gear Solid’ Creator Inks Game Deal with PS4. After nine months of speculation and obfuscation, Hideo Kojima, one of the video game industry’s most respected developers, is finally, officially divorced from Konami. Hideo Kojima, the designer behind the popular video game franchise “Metal Gear Solid”, will make his next title exclusively for Sony’s PlayStation 4 (PS4) console. Hideo Kojima is to form a new studio and create an exclusive game for Sony’s PlayStation 4, bringing to an end months of mystery about what he was up to. Games studio Konami terminated its contract with Kojima as of December 15, the creator said via Twitter on Wednesday, and has established ...

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Sony Releases PlayStation Messages To The Play Store, Decouples It From The …

Rubric: Sony | 8 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Sony Releases PlayStation Messages To The Play Store, Decouples It From The …

Messaging your PlayStation friends just got a little easier. When you tap the Messages tab in the PlayStation app, it launches PlayStation Messages. If a world filled with WhatsApp, WeChat, Snapchat and more isn’t enough, Sony has now given PlayStation 4 users a way of more fluidly communicating with one another.Sony announced on Tuesday that it has launched a new app called ‘PlayStation Messages,’ allowing PlayStation users to contact “friends in a quicker and easier way than ever before.” As its name suggests, the main feature of PlayStation Messages is straightforward: users can scroll through their PlayStation friends list to find those who are online and the ability to send photos, ...

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Sony Release PlayStation Messages to the Play Store

Rubric: Sony | 8 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Sony Release PlayStation Messages to the Play Store

PlayStation Messages app released on iOS and Android. When you tap the Messages tab in the PlayStation app, it launches PlayStation Messages. Sony and Facebook aren’t really competitors, but Sony is now following in the social media giant’s footsteps by releasing a standalone PlayStation Messages app for Android and iOS. The new app give you the ability to view which of you PlayStation Network friends are currently online, send standard or voice messages, spam them with useless stickers and even send group messages to up to 100 people. Facebook got a lot of flak when it chose to decouple is messaging feature from its main app, but the company’s proven that a dedicated messaging apps offers ...

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Sony releases PlayStation Messages app for chatting with your gamer friends

Rubric: Sony | 8 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Sony releases PlayStation Messages app for chatting with your gamer friends

Interrupt your friends’ gaming with new PlayStation Messages app for iOS and. Following the example set by Facebook’s Messenger app, Sony’s launched a PlayStation equivalent for iOS and Android, dramatically improving on its messaging offering. And now, following its latest update, PlayStation App also lets you follow verified accounts of select developers, designers, producers, and community managers, and keep track of their activities in the app’s What’s New section. Previously bundled in the PlayStation app, Sony mentions that Messages was broken out into a standalone client featuring a more streamlined design “in order to get you into your Messages and communicating with your ...

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Sony PlayStation VR Games Revealed

Rubric: Sony | 7 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Sony PlayStation VR Games Revealed

Classic PlayStation 2 games now ready to run on PlayStation 4. SAN FRANCISCO: The popularity of the PlayStation 4 is bolstering Sony’s long-term confidence for its flagship games console, after sales topped 30 million units last month. Consumer electronics giant Sony went berserk and in full throttle when it launched some information about its highly anticipated Playstation VR and flaunted a number of new fangled titles. “You will be able to experience all of these PS2 games like never before — in up-rendered 1080p with the features you expect from a PS4 game including Remote Play, Live Broadcast, Share Play, Activity Feeds, and Second Screen support for game manuals with PlayStation Vita ...

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Sony First-Party Studios

Rubric: Sony | 7 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Sony First-Party Studios

Classic PlayStation 2 games now ready to run on PlayStation 4. SAN FRANCISCO: The popularity of the PlayStation 4 is bolstering Sony’s long-term confidence for its flagship games console, after sales topped 30 million units last month. Consumer electronics giant Sony went berserk and in full throttle when it launched some information about its highly anticipated Playstation VR and flaunted a number of new fangled titles. “You will be able to experience all of these PS2 games like never before — in up-rendered 1080p with the features you expect from a PS4 game including Remote Play, Live Broadcast, Share Play, Activity Feeds, and Second Screen support for game manuals with PlayStation Vita ...

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Sony cuts PlayStation Now price to $100 a year

Rubric: Sony | 7 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Sony cuts PlayStation Now price to $100 a year

PlayStation Now Drops Subscription to $8 Per Month. Starting tomorrow, December 8, you’ll be able to access “hundreds” of PS3 games for more than 55% off the regular monthly subscription price, which equates to roughly $9 a month.Sony’s popular gaming service, PlayStation Now allows users to stream select PS3 games on PS4, Vita, and other accessible devices such as Blu-ray players, as well as some Samsung and Sony TVs. If you’re already a member and this offer irritates you, you can pick up the new 12-month sub and extend your current one- or three-month offer respectively. New games coming onto the service this week feature a buttload of Warner Bros games, including: Batman: Arkham ...

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PlayStation Now For $100 A Year: Sony Throws Hundreds Of Streaming Games On …

Rubric: Sony | 7 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
PlayStation Now For $100 A Year: Sony Throws Hundreds Of Streaming Games On …

PlayStation Now For $100 A Year: Sony Throws Hundreds Of Streaming Games On The Table For Half The Price. Video game console maker Sony has a treat for those that have picked up its PS4 console or any other device compatible with its PlayStation Now streaming service. For a little over $8 a month, owners of a PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV as well as select Sony and Samsung televisions, can get access to hundreds of PlayStation 3 titles, such as “Batman: Arkham Asylum,” “The LEGO Movie Videogame” and “Mortal Kombat.” New games are added to the service on a regular basis. The annual subscription is a significant savings compared to existing subscription options — ...

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PSX 2015: Sony celebrates its fans and its (large) lineup

Rubric: Sony | 7 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
PSX 2015: Sony celebrates its fans and its (large) lineup

Classic PlayStation 2 games now ready to run on PlayStation 4. SAN FRANCISCO: The popularity of the PlayStation 4 is bolstering Sony’s long-term confidence for its flagship games console, after sales topped 30 million units last month. Consumer electronics giant Sony went berserk and in full throttle when it launched some information about its highly anticipated Playstation VR and flaunted a number of new fangled titles.“You will be able to experience all of these PS2 games like never before — in up-rendered 1080p with the features you expect from a PS4 game including Remote Play, Live Broadcast, Share Play, Activity Feeds, and Second Screen support for game manuals with PlayStation Vita ...

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Sony banks on record sales of PlayStation 4

Rubric: Sony | 7 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Sony banks on record sales of PlayStation 4

Classic PlayStation 2 games now ready to run on PlayStation 4. SAN FRANCISCO: The popularity of the PlayStation 4 is bolstering Sony’s long-term confidence for its flagship games console, after sales topped 30 million units last month. During its PlayStation Experience (PSX) event in San Francisco today, Sony unveiled some new information about the PlayStation VR and showed off some new titles.“You will be able to experience all of these PS2 games like never before — in up-rendered 1080p with the features you expect from a PS4 game including Remote Play, Live Broadcast, Share Play, Activity Feeds, and Second Screen support for game manuals with PlayStation Vita or PlayStation App,” it ...

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