A seemingly innocuous Twitter message is making a lot of waves this morning, as Sony's team in Russia has reportedly confirmed the existence of a game no one else was ready to announce quite yet.
LittleBigPlanet 2 was scheduled to be one of the biggest titles on the PS3 for the holiday season, but delays have forced it back into 2011. The publisher has just said, however, that a free demo will be available by year's end.
PS3 owners will soon have even more options for how to watch high definition movies from their game console, as on-demand streaming service Vudu has just signed a deal with Sony for an exclusive PS3 app.
Gamers with a 3D TV setup have another reason to rejoice this morning, as Sony last night uploaded a remastered version of the classic PS2 version of Prince of Persia fully upgraded for the PS3.
If you're really good at the Madden NFL video game, chances are that won't really equate into you becoming a professional football player. But when it comes to Gran Turismo and professional racing, that's a different story.
The most recent version of Sony's PS3 firmware was supposed to stop the epidemic of "jailbreaking" once and for all. Well, Sony, how's that working out for you?
A set of sweeping game updates has already come to the PS3 and PC versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops, and more are on the way, as the Xbox 360 edition of the game, which was the lead platform during development, seems to go by unscathed.
The latest Call of Duty game, which came out just two days ago, has already raked in $360 million in revenue. That's more than any first-day movie opening, video game launch, or any other entertainment release in history.
Sony is so desperate to make gamers interested in 3D that it is actually going out on a limb and saying flattering things about Nintendo's own 3D handheld gaming system.
Sony first unveiled Gran Turismo 5 in 2005. Since then, gamers have patiently waited as the developer continuously teased them, provided false release date expectations, and hyped up the game to the point where it sounded like the second coming of Jesus. And now, it may actually be finished.
The landmark trial opened yesterday between California and the Entertainment Merchants Association over a reckless state law that would put new restrictions on retailers selling violent video games. The Supreme Court showed just how blatantly silly the law was by pointing out a whole bunch of loopholes and rhetorical questions.
Sony has just announced it will be releasing the 320 GB PS3 unit, which is currently bundled in a $400 PlayStation Move-centric hardware package, as a standalone console in time for the holiday shopping season. At $350, it'll be the most expensive standalone console system on the market.
The latest installment in Madden's NFL game franchise is going to tease us with a brand new unlocked 3D mode, even though it's not the stereoscopic 3D standard that sophisticated gamers have come to expect.
If they're not too busy sitting at home playing God of War, gamers are being encouraged to stage a rally outside the steps of the Supreme Court building next month.
Sega promised it was going to start bringing its catalog of Dreamcast games as downloadable titles for the PS3 and Xbox 360, and it's continuing to make good on that promise. The publisher has just announced Space Channel 5 Part 2 and Sega Bass Fishing will be hitting the download pipes in "early 2011."
Microsoft has yet again paid money to keep third-party content in its court
Stealing the thunder away from the PS3, which is also due today to receive a special app that allows Netflix instant streaming, Nintendo has just launched a "Netflix Channel" on the Wii.
It was yet another bad month for video game sales - even worse than expected - as 2010 has become one of the worst years in recent industry history.
Despite finally making a hard release date announcement after years of patience from fans, Sony has to push back the release of Gran Turismo 5 due to last-minute production issues.
Over the last four years, Sony has rolled out a whole lot of firmware updates to the PS3. Of course it never costs money to get the update applied to your PS3...or does it?