UPDATE 5/7/15 10.55am There's good news today for fans of LittleBigPlanet on PlayStation Vita - Sony has at last confirmed to Eurogamer that the portable game's servers will not close outside of Japan.
UPDATE 3.55pm: Details and video of The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion have only been online a short while but Bethesda parent company Zenimax has already lawyered up and pulled down the footage.
Five years ago, PlayStation Network was hacked and the personal details of 77m users accessed.
For most of Peace Walker's development, and even in early US promotional material, this 2010 PSP title had a grander designation - Metal Gear Solid 5: Peace Walker. The absence of a number on the final product can be put down to a hundred things: simple rejection of a 'main' entry being a portable title; the PSP itself entering its final years; perhaps a concern that series fans would revolt at the radical departure from Metal Gear Solid 4. Whatever it was, that number's existence says one thing about Kojima Productions' mindset with Peace Walker. This is no spin-off.
For years, Saints Row: Undercover lay on a PSP developer kit in the corner of an office.
A cancelled Saints Row PSP game has been revealed.
Capcom has released rare PSone game The Misadventures of Tron Bonne on the PlayStation Store for PlayStation 3, PSP and PS Vita - in North America.
Sony has now sold more than 22.3m PlayStation 4 consoles worldwide since the platform launched in November 2013.
UPDATE 22/4/15 10.55am: BBC Two has now officially announced Game Changer, the newly-titled drama that will detail development of Grand Theft Auto.
Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe is in negotiations to star in the BBC's upcoming drama Grand Theft Auto, a feature-length programme about the popular game series' creation.
Capcom has partnered with amusement park company Six Flags to make one of its roller coasters Monster Hunter-themed.
It may not seem like it at first glance, but Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is one of the most ambitious remasters we've played. The gap has never been so wide - porting from the almost eleven-year-old PSP hardware with its sub-PS2 spec is a gargantuan task and one that Hexadrive hasn't taken lightly. The talented Japanese development house has crafted a new engine with features rivalling any other modern renderer on the market today, with Square-Enix handling the spruced-up assets. The final product is a mixed bag, but the sheer number of technical accomplishments on hand is very impressive.
The BBC is making a 90-minute live-action drama about the inception of Grand Theft Auto.
In the sweat mist of a late 90s techno hall, Tetsuya Mizuguchi got his first glimpse of what would become his life's work. The young Japanese designer, still fresh from the success of creating one of Sega's biggest arcade hits, found himself on a balcony at Zurich's Street Parade - an offshoot of Berlin's celebrated Love Parade - watching out over a crowd lost to the rhythm. "This DJ is playing, and 100,000 people are moving with the music. The sound changed, and the movement changed. I watched from the top, and was like 'wow, what is this?'" What if you could play this, Mizuguchi thought to himself. What if he could turn this into a game?
Konami's cult classic Japanese role-playing games Suikoden and Suikoden 2 launch on PlayStation Network in Europe today.
Big PlayStation 4 sales helped Sony to a significant profit for the Christmas quarter.
Lumines and Meteos producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi said he was leaving game development in 2012 when he took up the role of a professor, but now he's back and he's making a new Lumines game.
UPDATE 23/1/15 9.50am: PlayStation UK has released the 10% off PSN discount code, which is valid for use from now until 9am UK time on Monday, 26 January.
The PSone turns 20 tomorrow, 3rd December 2014, and to mark the occasion Sony has re-released a raft of its PlayStation adverts.
PlayStation maker Sony will not renew its sponsorship of football world governing body FIFA amid growing concern over corruption, according to multiple reports.
The recent, unexpected and utterly delightful arrival of Valkyria Chronicles on PC has set me wondering about curious fate of Sega's franchise. It's a series that's garnered a passionate and loyal fan base thanks to the 2008 PS3 original, which won as many hearts with its colourful cast and timeless painterly aesthetic as it did minds with its quirky strategic action. Yet the chronicles of Valkyria seem to have played out in reverse and, through no fault of their own, suffered a demoralising downward spiral of devolution.
PlayStation Now - a service that allows users to stream PS3 titles - will enter open beta for North Americans on Vita and PlayStation TV on 14th October, to coincide with that territory's launch of the PlayStation TV.
PlayStation TV launches in Europe on 14th November 2014, Sony has confirmed.
Citizens of Marin County, California can turn in their violent video games to the local government in exchange for ice cream.
Do you like quirky things? Do you like saving money? Good news! To celebrate 10 years of bringing weird and wonderful Japanese games to a wider audience, publisher Rising Star has announced an anniversary sale over on the PlayStation Store.
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UPDATE 07/08/2014 11.42pm: Former Duke Nukem IP-holder Apogee Software has shed a little light on what went down with the unreleased PSP version of Duke Nukem: Critical Mass.
Sony's PlayStation business emerged relatively unscathed (stronger, even) from the PlayStation Network hack of 2011, but the legal ramifications are still ongoing.
Watch the first five minutes of Far Cry 4 here.
The UK games industry appears to be back on track. Employment levels haven't been this high since 2008, an 2013 census led by developer body Tiga reported.