Japanese game website Famitsu reported today that the PlayStation 5 had only sold 118,085 consoles in the 4 days since it was released in Japan, though even if that sounds bad, the consoles are sold out in Japan, meaning there's way more demand than there is supply for the machine. More details after the jump!
As the PlayStation 5 rolls out around the world, celebrations began in full, with the Japanese celebrations being conducted in the heart of Akihabara's own Kanda Myojin Shrine, the same shrine that features in TV anime such as Love Live! School Idol Project and Steins;Gate! See the shrine lit up in blue after the jump!
If you were looking forward to the tried and true tradition of waiting in a long line for a new console on PlayStation 5 launch day, you'll want to go ahead and change those plans. Read on for the latest.
While 2020 hasn't been kind to most companies, Sony is recording similar or higher profits so far this financial year on the back of the video game segment and the music segment of their business in the second quarter. With the PlayStation 5 looming, and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba THE MOVIE Mugen Train currently slaying in the Japanese box office, Sony only expect it to get better. Read more after the jump!
After being teased by Burger King the other day (seriously!), PlayStation finally revealed the new User Interface for the upcoming PlayStation 5 console, giving us the first look of an interface we'll be getting very accustomed to over the next 6 years. Watch the unveiling after the jump!
Even with both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox series X basically sold out around the world, people are still keen to know how the consoles will function. Today, in probably the most unlikely of places, the official Twitter account for Burger King teased the startup sound for the PlayStation 5. Have a listen after the jump!
Square Enix this morning released a teaser trailer announcing the production of a home version of Love Live! School Idol Festival ~after school ACTIVITY~ arcade game under the new subtitle of Wai-Wai!Home Meeting!! on PlayStation 4 in both Japanese and English! Sing to the trailer after the jump!
Sony today released a complete video teardown of the upcoming (but currently unavailable) PlayStation 5 console, ripping off the side panels, carefully removing the shield, and showing us the raw insides on the next-generation console. Go deep after the jump!
Were you able to snag a PlayStation 5 pre-order sometime after Sony's showcase presentation last Wednesday? Many struggled to secure a console, and Sony has since apologized for the disorganized fiasco.