Sony has quashed rumors of an early fall US release date for the Playstation Vita, leaving its ardent fans disappointed until 2012.
The first credible report of a specific launch date for the successor to Sony's PSP system has surfaced.
Sony may start referring to its next handheld system as the Playstation Vita.
It wasn't just a one-week fluke. The 3DS has been surpassed by Sony's PSP yet again.
If you were dying to get your hands on a new Xperia Play phone from Sony Ericsson, the device many are simply calling the "Playstation phone," but don't have or want Verizon's expensive service? Good news - it will be coming to other carriers.
If you were excited about the Xperia Play's ability to run classic PS One downloadable games, there's a bit of a disappointment - you'll have to repurchase any games that you already bought.
Sony says the successor to the PSP, known as the Next Generation Portable, won't be too expensive. In fact, it says it deliberately avoided putting as much stuff into it as it wanted, in order to keep the cost down.
Amid all the extreme excitement over the PSP2 - Sony's first new dedicated gaming device announcement in more than eight years - there was one detail that somewhat got overlooked and is worth a second look.
Just over one week after Nintendo held its event to announce the US launch details of the 3DS, it looks like Sony will have its own show to reveal its successor to the PSP.
So, we didn't hear a single darn official word about the so-called "PlayStation phone" at CES, but it just so happens that during the week of the biggest trade show in the world, someone happened to post a whole bunch of photos of the device, and even a video.
Anyone hoping to get a last-minute surprise with Sony's "PlayStation phone" at the Consumer Electronics show will be sorely disappointed.
Rumors of a PlayStation-branded smartphone from Sony Ericsson have appeared to reach a fever pitch, as the company's mobile division head has come forward with a cryptic message to all but confirm the existence of the project.
Just in time for the holidays, the idea of a Playstation-branded mobile phone has come back to light with a new prototype image that has apparently surfaced.
Sony will apparently cut the price of its PSPgo system, by far the least successful version of its portable game system. But even at a cheaper price point gamers will likely have difficulty justifying the purchase.
High-flying rumors that Sony was working on a "PSP phone" have been put to rest by Sony, sort of...
You've probably all seen the latest PSP commercials with 12-year-old actor Bobb'e J. Thompson, known as the character Marcus Rivers. The goal is apparently to attract much, much younger gamers than the PSP's original late-20s demographic.