Sony’s original PlayStation launched in Japan on December 3, 1994 – exactly 25 years ago today. The Japanese electronics giant’s debut console was a smash hit that propelled Sony to major player status in the video game industry but it… Continue Reading
Now that the name is official, we’ve got more details about Sony’s next-gen console—from the haptics-packed controller to UI improvements. Ever since the original PlayStation hit the market in 1994, Sony’s series of videogame consoles has stuck to the numbers.… Continue Reading
If the latest rumours are accurate, it looks like Sony’s next-generation PlayStation 5 will officially be revealed in early 2020.
If you can’t beat’em, join’em. In an unlikely turn of events, Microsoft and Sony announced today that they are to tackle the future of entertainment. The companies are planning to work together to build future cloud solutions in Microsoft Azure that will… Continue Reading
The console will have an SSD and a graphics card that supports ray-tracing. It’s no secret that Sony is working on a new PlayStation console. Last October, for instance, company president Kenichiro Yoshida said it was “necessary” to have “next-generation hardware” after… Continue Reading