On some real talk, everyone is all up on the PS4 and Xbox One’s dick right now. All braggadocios about HD graphics and photo realism and frame rates so fast you get motion sickness and puke on everything you ever loved. But let us not forget the roots of where everything is right now was […]
Whether they’ve already happened or you want to watch them live as they air from Los Angeles, here’s your chance to see all of the major press events without actually being at E3 Expo 2015! If the press event has already aired, you can watch the replay, complete with Gamespot pre- and post-shows (click PLAY […]
Sony has released the first image of Andrew Garfield as the title character in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and it shows some huge changes to the Spidey suit that Garfield wore in the first movie. Let’s take a close-up look and compare.
The biggest news at Sony’s big PlayStation 4 unveiling event might have been what they didn’t reveal. No look at the console itself. No pricing. But here are the ten big things we did learn.
At the Tokyo Game Show, happening now, Sony just took the wraps off of a brand new version of the PlayStation 3 that’s smaller, lighter — and costs more.
A boy becomes invisible, but he can be seen in the rain. Meet Rain, a new PlayStation Network exclusive just revealed at Gamescom.
For avid video gamers, there is nothing better than taking your game on the go with a hand held console. These hand-held video games have come a long way since the original Nintendo Gameboy was released. Below you can find information of a few of the best hand held consoles that have been released in […]
Sony hauled out the big guns for its moment in the E3 spotlight, including major new IP (Beyond! The Last of Us!) and the latest titles from favorite franchises like God of War. They also had some surprising announcements.
The new handheld PS Vita launches on February 22nd in North America, and Sony has finally announced the complete game lineup that will be available that same day. It’s a very strong showing, with 25 titles planned for launch day, and more than 100 games currently in development.
Develop Online is reporting that “industry sources” believe that the next generation of Xbox will land in 2013, while the PlayStation 4 won’t come until “at least 2014.”