As inevitable as the rolling tides and the passing of a monarch, Sony has ended all production of the PS2, so that its progenitors may thrive.
With all the E3 press conferences done and over with and the last day of E3 upon us *sad face* it’s time to start talking the obligatory winners and losers. So sit back relax and let’s heap praise on the winners while we scorn and heckle the losers.
Addressing the company’s on-going stance of having some DLC on-disc to help “ensure for a smooth transition when the DLC is available, allowing players who choose not to purchase the content the ability to play against players that did” Capcom VP Christian Svensson posted the following letter on Capcom Unity.
A few months ago it was widely reported that a Sony PlayStation user had reached the PlayStation’s trophy level cap of Level 50 (1%). It seems that is no longer the case.
Sony has officially unveiled the long anticiapated North American release date for their forthcoming PlayStation Vita, the successor to the PlayStation Portable. Full details after the jump.
Wait what?! Yes, weird as it may sound, it is exactly what it sounds like. The U.S. Patent department has released details on a new patent Sony recently secured, which details a design for an interactive Doll that interfaces with Sony products.
Sony announced today that they are creating a “pub fund” of $20 million dollars to promote the development of Playstation exclusive downloadable games. The pub fund will be aimed at promoting talented indie-game developers and will act essentially as a venture capital fund.
It’s been a long and incredible day, but we’re not even close to calling it a night! More E3 because, frankly, when can you ever get enough? It’s Sony’s turn in the spotlight, let’s see what they’ve got to show us.