The general population is currently being advised to stay at home. This is because to curb the spread of the coronavirus and to help ease the burden on healthcare systems, the best thing we can do is stay home and avoid gathering in large places. Naturally, we imagine that this will result in some people eventually getting rather bored.
With more people being forced to stay home for work or school to help flatten the curve on the number of coronavirus cases, it means that home internet use is definitely going to be a lot more than what it used to be. This means that there will be a greater strain on networks around the world.
The “Nintendo PlayStation” sounds like someone took a Nintendo console and a PlayStation console and hacked them together into a single device. However, in case you did not know, way back in the day, both Nintendo and Sony kind of got together to create a console that could not only play games from a CD, but supported Nintendo cartridges as well.
We already know that Sony will not be participating in E3 2020, but if you were hoping to see the company and hear announcements from them at other gaming events, you might be disappointed. This is because Sony has recently announced that they will not be participating at PAX East this year.
Forums are a good place to go if you have topics that you want to discuss. It is also a good place for companies to monitor what is being said about their products, and also to identify bugs, issues, complaints, and user feedback. However, for PlayStation owners, it looks like you’ll have to find somewhere else.
Ever wanted to play a PlayStation game from your Nintendo Switch? If you do, then you might be interested to learn that there is a small, small possibility that Sony’s PlayStation Remote Play could be arriving on the Switch. This was hinted at in a survey shared by Redditor YouRedditHereFirst.
It is the second year in a row that Sony (PlayStation) has decided not to make an appearance for the E3 event, in a response to GameIndustry.biz.Of course, this is quite disappointing for the fans waiting for some exclusive announcements at E3 2020.However, they will be appearing on several other events across the globe throughout the year.This will be a bummer for the E3 attendees but you should still expect […]
Sony just unveiled a DualShock 4 back button attachment to help gamers play competitive games with ease.The back button attachment makes the controller versatile without hindering the experience.The attachment includes two tactile programmable buttons to help you make the most of your controller.Of course, not everyone will like the addition – but for most of the users, it should come in handy.In the press release, Sony also mentioned that the […]
Thanks to online communities and online store fronts that anyone can create without much oversight, it seems that some of these services are being abused. In a report from Motherboard, it appears that Sony’s PlayStation Network was recently abused, where it was discovered that someone had used the online gaming service to sell drugs.
The Resident Evil series is unquestionably one of the greatest titles in the genre.Recently, the cover art for the remake of Resident Evil 3 was spotted on Sony’s PlayStation store. Gamstat was able to spot the leaked cover from the publicly available Sony’s API.For most of us, it should be Resident Evil 3. However, for the Japanese market, the game could be titled “Biohazard: RE 3”.We cannot be too sure […]
The next major Sony PlayStation console release will be the PS5, which has been confirmed for a release in the holiday season of 2020. As with its previous consoles, Sony will most likely support the console for about 10 years, and might introduce its successor about halfway or three-quarters through its lifecycle.
PlayStation 4 is about to get the cross-play ability for the games that will officially support it. For a while now, it was in the beta phase.The only game that would take advantage of this to start with is – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. In addition to the multiplayer mode and a new story, the Call Of Duty experience is going to be better than ever with the cross-play […]
These days it’s hard to find a gadget that does not come with a built-in digital assistant. Even our smart TVs and home appliances are coming with them built into its system, which is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Sony could be looking to introduce its own digital assistant to its PlayStation console.
Sony has reached the impressive milestone of selling 100 million units of the PlayStation but it sees dark clouds ahead as it looks towards the future. The company has warned that the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China could result in the price of its consoles going up.