The biggest week in gaming has begun with a new trailer of the MMO H1Z1, ready to freak you out with zombies and oddities galore. This game is set to be a massive online multiplayer game where you’re not only aiming to fire upon other players, but zombie forms as well. Here you’ll find the first glimpse of good and evil.
This week the folks at E3 2014 running events are ready and willing to bring you their presentations straight to you at home. You’ll be able to watch presentations on your Xbox One or PlayStation 4, you’ll be able to engage with Twitch, and you’ll be able to roll with the punches here on SlashGear as well! This is one E3 that you’ll not want to miss - but better yet, one you won’t have to miss either!
The world record-holding world’s largest video game collection is being put up for auction with the Guinness Book of World Records to back it up. The fellow named Michael Thomasson holds the record and now needs the cash. Instead of suggesting he’s doing the honorable thing, and putting the collection in a museum, Thomasson suggests that this sale will be because of family commitments.
On the PlayStation blog today, it was announced that Loadout, the insane free-to-play shooter game that lets gamers get as awkward as they do violent, will be arriving on the PlayStation 4. The game is arriving to Sony's offering as a console exclusive.
This week the folks at Pixel Junk have teamed up with Sony to bring the game Shooter Ultimate to the PlayStation 4 for free. This game is digital-only and free to all subscribers of PlayStation Plus. Inside you’ll find yourself piloting a tiny spaceship that’s tasked with picking up tiny humans.
Sony's SmartBand SWR10 fitness wearable has arrived in the US, wrapping American wrists with a combination of movement and activity tracking, and simple notifications to alarms and other updates on your phone. Unlike most wrist-worn wearables, however, Sony's version is designed to co-exist with your favorite watch, optionally clipping onto its strap.
Sony is calling time on the PSP, announcing that the long-running PlayStation Portable will cease sales in Japan at the end of June, with a complete wrap-up worldwide by the end of the year. Sales of the handheld, which first went on sale in Japan back in December 2004, with a broader launch early the following year, have exceeded 80m units as of late last year.
Sony will be giving gamers a new option for watching its upcoming E3 press conference: your local movie theater. The company announced on its blog today that a live version of its PlayStation E3 2014 press conference will be shown at movie theaters across the United States, bringing with it some extra content and exclusive footage.