[singlepic id=397 w=500 h=300 float=center] In his speech during the recent Web 2.0 summit, SCEA President and CEO Jack Tretton unveiled that their upcoming handheld console, the PS Vita, is coming out on February 22, […]
Times are not good for Sony’s online service properties. After weeks of issues resulting from hacked accounts and stolen information last April, things calmed down for Sony after putting in new measures against future intrusions. […]
Nearly a year after the announcement was made during Spike’s Video Game Awards, development for Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception has finally wrapped up. The game is slated to drop on November 1st. From the Playstation […]
Sony has started a new monthly feature on blog.us.playstation.com where they’ll be revealing the top selling PSN games for each month. (They make specific mention that it’s top selling, which does not count the free […]
Sony released a new ad today that celebrates gamers. The ad, titled “Michael”, features some of the most popular first and third-party video game characters of this gaming generation thanking the gamer (Michael) for helping […]
The fallout from hackers getting into the PSN continues for Sony. In the latest development, Zurich American Insurance has filed court papers in a New York state court against Sony, claiming that the insurance company […]
The Shin Megami Tensei series is no stranger to mature content. Over the past 20 years, the series has seen teenagers fight manage wars between gods and mankind, face the deepest corners of their psyches, and kill their best friends in order to restore peace to the world. It’s fitting that they are also one of the few series in gaming that can create a character who is not defined by his or her sexuality, but who uses them to grow as a person. Persona 4’s Kanji Tatsumi may be the most believable not-entirely-sexual-or-gender-normative character we have seen thus far in a Japanese made game.
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