Nathan Drake is back in action. Sony capped off its game-filled E3 briefing Monday night with a bullet-riddled demonstration of “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.”
Spotify’s music service is coming to PlayStation game consoles and replacing Sony’s own Music Unlimited.
Sony’s online PlayStation store and Microsoft’s Xbox site suffered disruptions to users on Christmas Day in the latest possible cyberattack on the electronics and entertainment company.
Sony’s flip-flop on releasing “The Interview” shows the studio is working furiously to try to chart the right course through political and public-opinion minefields.
It was on, then off and apparently back on again. Alamo Drafthouse confirms it will show “The Interview.”
Hollywood is on high alert as the Sony cyberattack by North Korea continues to reverberate worldwide.
Companies across the globe are on high alert to tighten up network security and avoid being the next company brought to its knees by hackers like those that hit Sony Pictures.
Terror threats spurred Sony to allow theater chains to cancel showings of the Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy “The Interview,” about the assassination of Kim Jong Un.
E3 is traditionally the place where video game publishers reveal their biggest and boldest creations. That has changed in recent years. But the event still offers plenty of surprises.
Sony announced on Monday that it is bringing new installments of the popular video game franchises “Uncharted” and “LittleBigPlanet” to the PlayStation 4.
Walmart is getting into the used video game business. The world’s largest retailer will begin letting customers trade in their old video games for store credit on Wednesday.
Sony unveiled a prototype virtual reality headset to be used in conjunction with its PlayStation 4 video game console during a Tuesday talk at the Game Developers Conference.