E3 2019 has come and gone, leaving me with three important lessons.Read More
Sony have just dropped some insane PlayStation Days Of Play deals!Read More
This is my love letter to the love of my childhood - video game demo discs, of which I still have many stockpiled in my parents’ loft.Read More
Has Insomniac Games done Spider-Man justice on the PS4? Find out in my hands-on preview…Read More
To celebrate E3 2018, get ready for a week full of Emotion Engineer PlayStation streams - including reactions to the showcase and daily classic PS2 game streams.Read More
On this week’s gamer geek-centric episode of Learn Something, I present to you five bizarre facts about Sony’s PlayStation that you’ve (probably) never heard before…Read More
Sony’s doing a cracking job bringing old PlayStation franchises back from the dead (see God of War), so here are ten I’d love to see them pull off.Read More
Survival horror thrived on the PlayStation 2, thanks to a library of games bursting at the seems with creativity and originality. Picking just seven is going to be tricky, but after seeing 16 Bit Dad’s personal list, it's only fair that I give it a go.Read More
On this episode of Learn Something, it's a geek week and I'm covering a whole bunch of nerdy questions you've never thought about..Read More
The Emotion Engineer is back tonight at 5pm GMT - playing SSX 3 on PlayStation 2 to a sweet 00s Emo soundtrack, as requested by one lovely Twitch viewer.Read More
Watch the first every Emotion Engineer stream on Twitch - the channel dedicated to PlayStation 2 gaming - live today at 5pm GMT.Read More
Raging at how difficult Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is? Turns out you’re not the only one, and there’s a legit reason why this remaster is way harder...Read More
It’s time for Sony to reveal what they have up their sleeves for the PlayStation at this year’s E3 – and you can watch it all unfold right here LIVE…Read More
Konami has had a lot of bad press recently when it comes to Metal Gear Solid. But they have an opportunity to make some reparations by supporting Shadow Moses, a gorgeous fan-made remake of the Playstation One classic using Unreal Engine 4.Read More
Someone on Reddit has shared pictures of what looks like the prototype of the SNES-CD, a cancelled collaboration between Sony and Nintendo to bring a CD-ROM attachment to your Super Nintendo.Read More
Eighteen years ago, the Playstation was released in America, commencing Sony's meteoric gaming rise in the West. Love it or hate it, there's no denying the emphatic statement this grey box left on the world of modern video games.
The console wars have begun again. Sony and Microsoft will be releasing their next generation hardware this year. So with this in mind we wanted to know which you are most excited for: The Xbox One or the Playstation 4?
We like the PlayStation Vita, we really do. Just take a gander at our early-look review and you'll understand why; an impressive 5-inch OLED display, strength in performance and, finally, those long-awaited dual analogue sticks. But despite that, the Vita is a £200-odd purchase now haunting our bank balances. Why? The games just aren't there.
The game industry’s maraud against the pre-owned games market is gathering momentum at a frankly alarming rate. From online passes to one-time use activation codes for downloadable content, publishers and developers alike have stressed time and time again the danger the pre-owned market poses the industry. Lionhead Studios, developers of Fable, notably implied during the run-up to Fable III’s PC release that pre-owned console software was worse for the industry than piracy on PC.
UK games industry magazine MCV has reported on information from a reliable source, claiming that we will see the announcement of Microsoft and Sony's next-generation consoles at E3 2012.
In what would be a strategically sound move to divert at least some of the attention from the imminent Wii U, all signs thus far have directed to an announcement pretty soon, and some of us expected it to be an E3 effort from Microsoft, seeing as it's still the most significant name in video games expos.