Redbox, the red movie-dispensing machines that can be found in many stores across the nation, will soon be offering games for the next-generation gaming consoles, if a Coming Soon page recently spotted by a NeoGAF user is any indication. Starting next month, gamers will be able to rent discs for the Wii U, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
Sony announced a new line of wireless high-end speakers recently. Three new speakers have been added to the SRS line of wireless units including the SRS-X9, SRS-X7, and the SRS-X5. Sony says all three of the new wireless speakers will bring clear vocals and deep bass on the go or in the home.
Sony has been making its line of DSLR cameras in the Alpha range for a number of years. A new camera that will fit into that line has been unveiled by Sony Australia. The new camera is called the a3500 and along with images of the camera, Sony has offered full specifications as well.
Sony Pictures has recently acquired rights that hint at where its next blockbuster movie ambitions lie, and, oddly enough, it revolves around the recent Target credit card hack's breaking reporter. Reports The Hollywood Reporter, the movie will be a cyber thriller inspired by The New York Time's article "Reporting From the Web's Underbelly."
With Second Son, INFAMOUS returns with a powerful showcase of DualShock 4 controller abilities and a presentation that’s fully PlayStation 4-aimed. Is that what PS4 users want? Apparently so, as early reviews have so far presented scores far nearer top marks than they have been low.
In an ambitious move that tries to further narrow the gap between its gaming business and entertainment business, Sony has revealed that it will be bringing an original TV title to its more game-centric PlayStation Network (PSN) service. While no solid details have been revealed yet, the first series to be given the greenlight is "Powers".
GDC may not be over for 2014, but Sony undoubtedly stole the show with Project Morpheus, its new virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 4. Still in prototype form - and not expected to launch this year, Sony has confirmed - Project Morpheus saw round-the-booth queues of eager developers and media hoping to try out the roster of demo games prepared for the show. The good news is that, while incomplete today, there's plenty to warrant excitement as we found when we tried out Project Morpheus ourselves.
This week at GDC 2014, Sony Computer Entertainment America Senior Staff Developer Support Engineer Chris Norden made it clear that PlayStation 4 Camera sales were doing very, very well. In a slide and spoken during a PlayStation 4 gameplay talk for developers, it was made clear that 15% of PlayStation 4 units had PlayStation 4 Cameras attached.