The Nintendo Switch is still absolutely fucking beasting, friends. Meanwhile, the current iterations of the PlayStation and Xbox are starting to flag behind in monthly sales. But, this makes sense. The Nintendo Switch dropped two years ago, while the other two are closing in on six years old. Still, it’s an interesting time in the console wars, no?
Sony has a new TV and film division for adapting PlayStation games. Gimme that ‘God of War’ series, please!
Sony has created a new TV and film division. Its task? To internally develop properties based off of the PlayStation catalog.
I’m happy about this. Not so much because it directly impacts me, but it shows Sony listening to its fans. They could sit fat and happy on top, but why not keep padding its image?
Sony PlayStation Classic dropping this December. Like, where’s my fucking backwards compatibility tho?
I know where my backwards compatibility is, okay? It’s buried under the prospect of making a cool $100 off chodes who are willing to buy retro consoles now. That said, knowing why don’t make me any happier about it.
Andrew House has been around Sony for a long, long goddamn time. Done all sorts of shit, all sorts of shit for the company *waves arms around vaguely*, you know! Most recently, House has overseen PlayStation’s resurgence this generation.
I love my PS4. But I’ve had beef with its UI for, oh, I don’t know, almost three years. Why can’t I pin things where I want? Why isn’t there an intuitive list of quick choices? Sony, obviously hearing my clarion call, is finally addressing the UI in its system update 4.00.
The Console War is heating up! Maybe. Maybe not. Probably not. But for the first time in a good goddamn while, the XB1 outsold the PS4.
Sony has created a new business division called ForwardWorks whose sole existence is to make Sony money. Uh! Make Sony money be bringing PlayStation games to mobile devices.