Unfortunately, not a real successor to the PS Vita
Bringing "next-generation audio immersion"
Almost all financial metrics on the PlayStation front were lollipops and rainbows
Sony to maintain its strategy of releasing PC versions two or three years after PS5 versions
Our guess is refreshed hardware is still at least another year away because of the rocky last couple of years
Development of a PC-ready or SteamVR driver is underway with much work to be done
From the mid-90s to the early years of the millennium, video games underwent a paradigm shift in graphics, treating us to some of the most classic titles of all time.
In a nutshell: Sony once again sits atop the console wars throne. Not only has it more than doubled Xbox Series shipments, but its overall financials are also in good health. Despite a dip in software sales, hardware and overall revenues are up significantly. The company was tight-lipped about its newly launched PS VR2, but outside analysts say it's on track to being the fastest-selling VR headset on any platform.
If a title doesn't absolutely 'wow' execs, it never makes it past the prototype stage
It doesn't sound like a Switch killer or a Steam Deck alternative
An oddball, a reboot, and an extension
The PSVR 2 is a big improvement over the original, offering a great experience even with non-VR content. Lack of backwards compatibility and a hefty $550 price tag are among the biggest concerns if Sony will continue to support the platform in the long run.
All console makers have left E3 for the first time ever
Pre-order numbers were reportedly not what Sony expected for its pricy PS5 accessory
PSA: Stop what you are doing and go turn your PlayStation 5 on its side. It's been discovered that the liquid metal used for cooling can potentially leak and fry the motherboard. There have only been a handful of cases reported, so should you take the chance, or is there not enough evidence for this to become a real problem?
Say goodbye to the vampire effect
Uncharted sees a fraction of Horizon, Spider-Man, God of War numbers
Sony and Microsoft spend millions every month with no direct return to keep gaming subscribers happy
Your 'free' games aren't free
Multiplayer games may release simultaneously on PlayStation and PC
Sony posts system requirements, with game arriving October 27
Die shrink should help Sony mitigate challenging production costs