Defying all expectations, this is a brilliant pro controller at a decent price.Read More
Looking for a new racing game that throws realism out the window in exchange for fun? Let’s see if GRIP: Combat Racing fits the bill.Read More
Does Warriors Orochi 4 bring Koei Tecmo back to the glory days of their Dynasty Warriors series, or is it just another misstep?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
E3 2017 was packed with huge video game announcements across a series of vast of press events - but I bet you probably didn’t hear/see these five titles that dropped during the week.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
Capcom have announced they will be rereleasing Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6 on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The transition to new consoles will begin with Resident Evil 6 on March 29, and each game will cost £16.Read More
Timesplitters is making a comback. A collection of maps, weapons and characters from the three previous titles in the series are being developed and released on Playstation 4, under the name of Timesplitters Rewind.
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?
So Sony has announced their next generation console, the Playstation 4, set for release at the fall of 2013. Alongside this, they have also released detailed hardware specs for the console, the Dualshock 4 controller and the Playstation 4 eye.
The console was unveiled at Wednesday's 'Playstation Meeting' in New York, where Sony Computer Entertainment boss Andrew House called it Sony's "most powerful platform ever". The following are detailed specs released by the company.
The Playstation 4 is official! Sony have officially announced their next generation console, paving their vision for the future of gaming.
After a distinctly unremarkable showing from Microsoft just a few hours ago, Sony has a tremendous opportunity to make E3 2012 its own. Nintendo will likely have a strong presentation with a re-showing of the Wii U, but it's really Sony's to lose right now.
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.
While PS4 rumours remain hazy – Sony is likely to see Microsoft’s hand first - the very latest set of rumours seems to be pointing to CES 2012 as the stage at which Microsoft is likely to reveal the next Xbox.