After years of a complete lack of information, Sony finally announced that The Last Guardian is alive and will be released sometime next year. The game has been in development for 8 years and was announced in 2009.
With Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo and the world's most popular game developers taking to the stage to share their news for the upcoming year. Joshua shares his expectations for this years big E3 event and what exactly you should anticipate from the week of news.
Sony continues to impress its newest A7-series camera, the A7R II. While it's a follow-up to the original A7R, the 42.4-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, 4K video recording, high-speed autofocus, and more, makes it a completely new camera.
Now nearing its 18-month anniversary, the Sony PlayStation 4 is just now finally coming into its own. Check out our brief roundup of the best PS4 bundles if you're looking to make the jump to the next-gen system, whether you're looking to pick up an extra…
After launching in New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia earlier this year, Sony's PlayStation Vue television streaming service is now available on the iPad, but you'll still need to sign up on a PlayStation console.
The Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet will be released at the end of June in the UK, where it's packaged with an external keyboard for £500, or $765. This is just in time to meet Sony's own release estimate made back in March.
Just in time for summer picnics, rides, and days at the beach, Sony has released three new models in its line of Bluetooth speakers. The SRS-X11, SRS-X33, and SRS-X55 cover most sizes and price points.
E3 could potentially bring updated Xbox One and PS4 hardware, according to leaked documents. The Xbox One's controller is set to gain a new audio jack and the PS4 will double its current storage capacity.
Sony has announced the games available in next month's PlayStation Plus lineup, and PlayStation 4 owners should be very pleased. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes leads the way in a month dominated by Sony's latest console.
Microsoft's suite of apps, including Office and Skype, will come preinstalled on Android devices from Sony and LG thanks to a new agreement between the companies to bring Microsoft's services to more users.