Capcom have revealed their plans to introduce as many as forty new PlayStation Network titles over the next few months, comprising a selection of original PS1 titles that have been ported over to the newer Sony consoles, and PSP games now available for download. According to Capcom's Chris Kramer, users themselves will play a part in choosing which titles will be available first.
Sony has confirmed that it plans to continue to provide free network services for Playstation owners. Playstation has said that they are looking at "how we can provide a service without people having to pay." Advertising has been suggested as one possible way for the company to fund content without charging users.
If you've ever gone in search of an Xbox Live points card, you probably haven't had much difficulty finding one, as they are in stores everywhere. Now alternatively if you go to look for a PSN card, you're going to be searching for some time. However, it seems that one chain has finally gotten the goods.
In another setback for Sony's upcoming PlayStation 3 launch, it's been revealed that one of the console's high-profile launch titles, Tony Hawk's Project 8, won't feature an online component for Sony's new PlayStation Network Platform. According to developer Neversoft, the highly-anticipated service has yet to be completed, as Neversoft (among other developers) "still hasn't received all of the software libraries and has no indication of how the online components will work on PS3."
Following the device's initial launch, word arrived that the PlayStation TV would be landing in the United States and Canada on October 14, which is nearly upon us (exactly one week away). Though we already know details about the device itself, Sony has released a list of FAQ on the North American launch specifically, among them being what hardware buyers can expect and what features will be available upon launch. We've sorted through all the info and picked out the important details you need to know.
The iPhone's camera has been put to task many times, and the iPhone 6 is no exception. We've already seen a flood of shots taken with the handset appear online, with people comparing them to images taken with other new high-end handsets. If, however, you're curious to see how the iPhone camera itself has evolved over the years, Snap Snap Snap has the answer.
This afternoon some malicious folks have attacked the PlayStation Network (PSN). Sony has suggested that network issues are being worked on right this minute, and they’ll continue to be worked on until the whole mess is fixed. So go about your business - just so long as it’s offline.
This review is going to be short for one reason, and one reason only: there’s not much to say. PlayStation Now works, and it works great, but until its pricing model is changed to be more like Netflix, I can’t imagine Sony having a massive amount of success with it. Not because it’s not worth the price, mind you.