After rumblings this morning that The Last of Us II would see a delay, an official communication from game director Neil Druckmann on the PlayStation Blog confirm the news.
The Force is definitely with Respawn's previously unseen demo of the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Is Sony teasing the return of the long absent franchise? We're hoping to see a surprise Ape Escape reveal in the near future.
We can only hope that Quantic Dream's upcoming cyberpunk thriller follows through on a fantastic demo.
Sony's upcoming PSVR lineup is exciting, but there still aren't many reasons to take one home.
Our Games Editor and Editor-in-Chief discuss the year ahead in video games with a special guest!
What should you expect from Sony's new VR headset?
Listen as James and Yaw get lost and go to dark places with the horror video game franchise The Last of Us.
Ratchet and Clank is a mediocre film but a decent template for future video game adaptations.
The free version of Driveclub technically offers value, but it's an unwelcoming mess that's unlikely to turn new players into paying customers.
What it's like to discover a game that everyone else has been anticipating since 2009?
The predecessor of the Soul Calibur series, and a forgotten classic in its own right, 1995's Soul Blade for the Sony PlayStation made an indelible mark on what I look for in video games from the moment its bombastic opening theme song crashed through the screen.
Media Molecule's Tearaway, a brilliant platformer with a unique papercraft landscape, hasn't been seen by enough people in part thanks to the PS Vita's lagging sales performance. Megan reminds everyone why it's worth playing in her review.
Dork Shelf writer Eric Weiss shares his thoughts on what makes a video game replayable after essentially replaying God of War for the fourth time on a console with Ascension.
In the homestretch of 2012, Nicklas “Nifflas” Nygren, an assonant Swedish indie game dev who has been churning out hardware-easy, freeware 2D platformers since 2006, released Knytt Underground onto PlayStation Network, ushering in a wave of changes both good and bad news for long time fans. First and foremost that you’ll have to pay for this one.