Tag: sony

PS Vita Hinted to Have Possible Price-drop

Sony’s “Hardware sales initiatives” hints to the PS Vita possibly getting a price-drop. According to their annual report, Sony has promised that it will boost the sales of their handheld platform, the PS Vita, through a process they have coined as “hardware sales initiatives”, which hints towards a possible price-drop for the platform in the future. Inside said…

‘DUST 514′ Devs Negotiates F2P Submission Procedures

EVE Online developer CCP have been working with Sony to evolve the submission procedures for free-to-play games like their MMOShooter Dust 514. CCP confirmed this in an update on its DUST 514 website when discussing forthcoming updates and changes to Dust 514. As a result of its talks with Sony, CCP has promised it will submit near-monthly updates to DUST 514 over the…

PS4: “We’re Going to Have Superior Graphic Fidelity,” Says Sony SVP

On June 25, Sony’s senior vice president of PlayStation brand marketing Guy Longworth said in an interview with Games Industry that Sony believes that the PS4 will beat the Xbox One on graphical fidelity. This is quite an interesting assertion from Sony, saying that the PS4 will be the best console when it comes to graphical prowess. “The…

Bethesda Explains “Big Culture Change at Sony”

It’s undeniable that Sony are definitely getting  into everyone’s good books as of late. Even after the PlayStation 4’s initial announcement back in February Sony has been praised for reaching out to developers both big and small to better design their console, especially with allowing indie developers to self-publish. As confirmation that Sony have been…

PS4: Sony’s Mark Cerny Comments on 4K Gaming

Sony’s Mark Cerny (PlayStation 4’s lead system architect) spoke to Japanese press (translated courtesy of NeoGAF) recently, regarding 4K resolutions in gaming. Sony have confirmed that the PlayStation 4 will support 4K video playback and downloads, but, according to Cerny, 4K gaming isn’t quite feasible yet. Essentially, 4K resolution is twice the resolution of FullHD…