Anthem reportedly bricking PS4s, Sony giving refunds

Reports have emerged on Reddit of Anthem causing PS4s to crash, in some cases terminally, leading Sony to offer refunds for the game to those who seek them.

Dreams heads for paid Early Access in spring

Media Molecule has announced that Dreams will enter a paid Early Access programme in “Spring”. Announcing the move on the PlayStation Blog, Media Molecule said: “We...

Sony prepares to end production of PS Vita

Sony is on the point of ending production of the PlayStation Vita in Japan. Currently, the PS Vita, launched in 2013, is only available in Japan....

God of War dominates 2019 DICE Awards

God of War was the big winner at February 13’s 2019 DICE Awards, scooping no fewer than nine awards. Among the awards collected by Kratos’s latest...

Tetris 99 Brings Battle Royale To The Iconic Puzzler

Last nights Nintendo Direct was full of surprises. From a Link’s Awakening remaster to a new Platinum game where your buddy cop is your weapon, there was a lot...
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Nintendo Direct Scheduled For Later Today With Focus On Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Strap on your tin foil hats folks, there’s a new Nintendo Direct on the horizon. Nintendo has finally set a date and time for their quarterly...

Tetris Effect Is Free To Play On PS4 This Weekend

Easily one of the most essential VR experiences available right now, Tetris Effect lit up the minds of many last year when it offered up euphoric synaesthesia in a...

Microsoft reports highest ever quarterly gaming earnings

Microsoft has posted its best-ever quarter in terms of games-related earnings. In its latest financial report, it stated that for the quarter ended December 31, 2018,...

Nintendo reportedly readying smaller, cheaper Switch

Japanese business publication Nikkei claims that Nintendo is preparing to release a smaller, cheaper version of the Switch. The speculation comes alongside the news that Nintendo...

Sony reportedly shifting first-party development to next PlayStation

An analyst renowned for his insider knowledge has asserted that Sony has shifted its first-party game development focus to its next console (likely to be called the PlayStation 5).