It's hard to believe it, but the next generation of Sony consoles arrives in North America tomorrow. Sony is hyping up the November 15 launch with a new commercial that squeezes in as many games into its minute as it possibly can. See what you can spot in the clip after the jump.
While it doesn't go deep beneath the surface like the video in which Sony cracked open a PlayStation 4, the company also released its official unboxing video to build up to this week's release of the console. See what's in the box after the jump.
The current generation has been so extended that it's almost hard to believe we're on the cusp of a new wave of video games. PlayStation 4 arrives in North America this Friday, and Xbox One won't be too far behind, so fill the comments up with talk about games and systems to come after the recap!
Anyone interested in what's going on inside Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 console will want to have a look at the video Sony and Wired put together. Sony's Yasuhiro Ootori doesn't just unbox the system, he tears it open and shows us what makes it tick after the jump.
I really hope we get PS Vita TV in the west some day. Many of you may recall the original unveiling of the console, which brings PS Vita content to TV sets along with PS4 streaming, media hub capabilities, and more for around $100. Have a look at a Japanese roundup of its features after the jump.
I don't really remember 1995 seeming like 1985, but that's not really the point of Sony's latest PlayStation promo, which travels in time from the launch of the original PlayStation to PS4, every moment in between lighting up friends in the same room. Get nostalgic past the break.
Sony's Shuhei Yoshida opens up further about the forthcoming PlayStation App for smartphones meant to serve as a companion to the forthcioming PlayStation 4, and it sounds pretty useful for a mobile app. Hit the jump for a rundown of features.
Sony teamed up with Taco Bell on a new promotion that includes a variety of prizes for hungry customers who hit up the fast food chain for a $5 Buck Box, which will come packing codes that can be texted for a chance at winning a PS4 and more. Details after the jump!
Earlier this week Sony revealed PS Vita TV, a small $100 device designed to play Vita games on TV sets, among other functions. While it's set to come to Japan on November 14, Sony doesn't have any plans to bring it to the west at the moment. More after the jump.
Those looking for a way to play Vita games without, you know, getting a Vita will soon have an option. Sony unveiled PlayStation Vita TV, a small device designed to play Vita games on TV sets, primed for a November 14 release in Japan and priced at ¥9,954 (about $100). Video and more after the jump!