Best List New year. New list. By this point, you’ve finished the greatest PS3 games of 2011, and if you’re still treasure hunting Uncharted 3 or multiplayer marathon-ing Killzone 3, you probably don’t need us to remind you how great they are.Update: So what’s the best of the best for Sony players right now? Our ten current recommendations…
Hardware niggles. Game design failings. Industry nonsense and cultural irritations. If it can and should be fixed by next-gen console gaming, it's listed here. Click on for gaming utopia.
The PS4's graphical grunt is damn impressive, but far more exciting and important is the fact that the PS3's brave, creative soul has survived the Frankesteinian transfer into its new body. And in grand style.
Sony's July buy-out of cloud gaming company Gaikai could be ready to bear fruit some time soon, if today's relaunch of the Gaikai website is anything to go by. The redesigned website couldn't be any more PlayStation-friendly if Kaz Hirai's smiling face popped out of it upon loading. In 3D.
It was perhaps inevitable. Sony is now officially suing both Bridgestone and the company owned by Kevin Butler actor Jerry Lambert over Lambert's appearance in a Bridgestone ad which promoted a Nintendo tie-in deal. Details over the jump.
Sony reckons PlayStation 3 has 2-3 years of incredible games still in it, and points to the PlayStation 2 as an example of how development can continue. And this is a good thing?
With the launch and pricing details of the new PS3 elsewhere on the site, we're dedicating this article to examining the new machine in detail, from every angle currently made available by Sony's multitudinous press shots. And because the bit everyone's really interested in when any console goes around claiming itself to be bigger or smaller than another console is just how well (or not) it can back up its gobby claims of size disimilarity, we've also put together some direct scale comparisons between all three versions of the PS3 to dateSo click on, and so see just how Sony's little console has anti-grown over the years.
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, God of War III, Assassin's Creed II, Just Cause 2, Heavenly Sword... just some of the games in Sony's new budget-priced PS3 Essentials range. Full list inside...
Vita's game line-up received a healthy shot in the retro arm last week in the form of the roll-out of the PSOne Classics range. But it looks like Sony is set to follow that up with another slice of previous-gen goodness pretty soon in the form of proper, official Remote Play functionality for the PS3's Ico HD.