State of Play – July 8, 2021 Livestream

State of Play Livestream on July 8. 2021

It has been a while since the last time Sony hosted a State of Play. On February 23, Sony posted a blog post to talk about their upcoming State of Play Livestream which would take place as I type this. This livestream is all about what is coming in 2021 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation… Continue reading State of Play – July 8, 2021 Livestream

State of Play – Feb 25, 2021 Livestream

State of Play Livestream on Feb 25, 2021

It has been a while since the last time Sony hosted a State of Play. On February 23, Sony posted a blog post to talk about their upcoming State of Play Livestream which would take place as I type this. This livestream is all about what is coming in 2021 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation… Continue reading State of Play – Feb 25, 2021 Livestream

Sony adjusts PlayStation 4 trophies

Sony’s PlayStation division introduced PlayStation Trophies in 2008, a few years after the PlayStation 3 launch. Ever since, there were small incremental changes, and modifications, but never a major overhaul that we’re seeing now with PlayStation 5. Previously, the way you would earn trophies, is you would earn “rewards” known as trophies through accomplishing a… Continue reading Sony adjusts PlayStation 4 trophies

August State of Play reveals PS4 and PS5 games

State of Play September 24, 2019

It’s been a while since the last State of Play livestream. That livestream was primarily a gameplay overview for The Last of Us II, which launched to screeching success. Sony had a very successful PlayStation 5 reveal, that made people ecstatic for what’s coming. A few days ago, Sony announced that they’d be doing a… Continue reading August State of Play reveals PS4 and PS5 games

PlayStation Studios branding revealed

PlayStation 4 Background

Starting with PlayStation 5, Sony plans to brand first-party games as “PlayStation Studios.” The branding will be used only on games that are developed and managed by Sony. To coincide with the announcement, Sony also released a new opening video. The branding is not exclusive to PlayStation devices such as PlayStation 4, and the upcoming… Continue reading PlayStation Studios branding revealed

The Game Awards 2019 brings a shock announcement

The Game Awards 2019

Every year, Geoff Keighley hosts a yearly awards show. Geoff founded The Game Awards in 2014, and has been a yearly celebration where gamers, game companies, and the media meet. That’s not all, actors, celebrities, and other stars attend the event to celebrate gaming. The community votes for each category is their favorite for the… Continue reading The Game Awards 2019 brings a shock announcement

Death Stranding Launch Trailer released

Death Stranding

Death Stranding was announced and revealed at E3 2019, and since then, Hideo Kojima has been very cryptic with his hints, teasing, and interviews for years. Hideo Kojima’s games has always been about picking part what everything means, and what is what. His games are just so strange, and so mysterious, which adds to the… Continue reading Death Stranding Launch Trailer released

Nioh 2 to be released March 2020

Nioh was released in the midst of a growing niche of hard games (some call this the “Dark Souls” category), and grew in popularity. Nioh 2’s marketing is on the other side of this spectrum of growth, there’s this silent, but growing anticipation for Nioh 2. The sequel to Nioh has been in closed alpha… Continue reading Nioh 2 to be released March 2020

Sony cut prices of PlayStation Now

PlayStation 4 Background

Sony acquired Gaikai in 2012. Then, on January 13, 2015 – PlayStation Now was launched. Today, Monday, October 1st is the day Sony Corporation has slashed prices on most tiers of PlayStation Now subscriptions. The reasoning for this move is to compete within the same space as Google’s Stadia, Microsoft’s Project xCloud, and the uproar… Continue reading Sony cut prices of PlayStation Now