Sony's Instant Games Collection - i.e. free games given away to PlayStation Plus subscribers - have been revealed for September.
A statue commemorating the robed characters from Journey is now available for pre-order on the North American PlayStation Gear store.
The PlayStation 4 port of thatgamecompany's acclaimed adventure Journey comes out on 21st July, Sony has announced.
Critically-acclaimed PlayStation 3 titles Flower, FlOw and Journey will get a disc-based compilation pack for PS4.
Video Games Live has announced two new UK dates in Birmingham and Glasgow.
Journey and The Unfinished Swan, two games that emerged from under the umbrella of Sony's Santa Monica studio, are both headed to PlayStation 4, it has been confirmed.
The news is hardly a surprise - both games were listed towards the end of July by Sony, presumably in error - but the official announcement brings a few more details. Both games will be playable at Gamescom this week, and both run in 1080p on the PlayStation 4. There's no word on whether they'll also boast a 60fps frame-rate.
Tricky Pixel is handling the Journey port, while Armature Studio is dealing with the PlayStation 4 version of The Unfinished Swan. There's no firm date on either release, though they're promised this year. We may well see them take their place at Sony's Gamescom conference, which takes place later today.
PlayStation 3 favourites Journey and The Unfinished Swan are headed to PlayStation 4, according to a now-removed list of titles due to be shown at Gamescom.
UPDATE 31/1 4PM: Sony Santa Monica boss Shannon Studstill wrote all about the move on the PlayStation Blog, in a post that passed us by.
PlayStation 3 sales have hit the 80 million mark, Sony has announced.
That's as of 2nd November 2013.
PlayStation 3 launched in Japan on 11th November 2006 (it didn't launch in Europe until March 2007), making the console nearly seven years old.
Flower and flOw developer thatgamecompany has finally started to receive royalties from last year's indie darling Journey.
Downloadable PlayStation 3-exclusive Journey finally arrives in physical form in the UK tomorrow.
UPDATE: The 2013 BAFTA winners are in and they're a doozy. Dishonored took top honours, winning best game overall, which is odd as it didn't win in any other awards. Conversely, Journey received a whopping five awards in various other categories.
The nominees for the British Academy Games Awards 2013 (BAFTA) have been revealed.
Journey developer thatgamecompany will be branching out of Sony platforms for its next, unannounced game.
thatgamecompany, the developer of excellent PlayStation 3 oddities flOw and Flower, was bankrupt when it shipped Journey last year.
The Journey Collector's Edition isn't coming out in Europe, according to thatgamecompany.
UPDATE: Journey Collector's Edition launches in the US on 28th August for $29.99, thatgamecompany has announced.
TGC worked with Sony Santa Monica Studio to create its first disc-based release. Release information for additional territories will be announced soon, it said. The game's US box art is above.
The complete set of bonus flOw, Flower and Journey content includes:
UPDATE: thatgamecompany has confirmed Journey Compilation as a three-title collection.
"Yes, the #JourneyPS3 Collector's Edition is a thing, and it includes #flOwPS3 and #FlowerPS3, but we can't say anything more," read an update on the official thatgamecompany Twitter page.
The game is listed on PlayAsia as Journey (Collector's Edition), out in August 2012.
Fresh expansions for Battlefield 3 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 await in this week's EU PlayStation Store update.
Bijou indie studio Thatgamecompany has raised $5.5 million in funding to help it operate without the need for a publisher and is currently working on its first multiplatform title.
EA has launched a new FIFA 12 and UEFA Euro 2012 bundle on the EU PlayStation Store, Sony has announced.
PSone Classics hit PS Vita this summer with Tomb Raider and Final Fantasy 7, Sony has announced. More titles will follow.
Most video games are just not stimulating enough for grown adults, so says Journey creator Jenova Chen.
Both Sony and Journey creator Jenova Chen believe, in a completely unbiased way of course, that PlayStation Network has more adult-minded users.
Critically lauded PlayStation 3 adventure Journey was the most downloaded PlayStation Network game in the US during the month of March, Sony has revealed.
Elsewhere on the chart, the PlayStation 3 version of MotorStorm RC entered at four, one spot above the free-to-play Killzone 3 multiplayer download.
Mass Effect 3 entered at six, Rayman 3 HD at 11 and Warriors Orochi 3 down at 13.
UPDATE: Sony has let us know that Journey is the fastest selling PSN game ever across Europe, too.
UPDATE: It's emerged that another key employee, producer Robin Hunicke, has also jumped ship. She's now working on oddball MMO Glitch at developer Tiny Speck with Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi.
EA's jumpers for goalposts game FIFA Street launches this Friday on the EU PlayStation Store, the same day it hits the UK high street. It costs £49.99.
People are "tired" of the same old games - that's why today's new PSN game Journey has been universally acclaimed, reckons creator Jenova Chen.
Sony has confirmed that European PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to play enchanting downloadable adventure Journey a week before everyone else - just like their US gaming cousins.
They'll also get a free Plus-exclusive Dynamic Theme.
Trine 2 finally launches on the European PS Store this week months after it went live on the US PS Store. To apologise, Sony and publisher Atlus have arranged a 30 per cent discount for the first two weeks after release.
Sony has revealed the full PlayStation Trophy list for Journey, the upcoming adventure from Flower developer thatgamecompany.
Minor gameplay spoilers lie below.
The list of awards includes several nods to previous thatgamecompany titles. Bronze reward "Ancestors" is earned when players track down a mysterious creature - one of the beasties from aquatic life simulation flOw.
Flower developer thatgamecompany is "negotiating" plans to bring its games to a wider audience.
PlayStation Network game Journey launches on 14th March in Europe, Sony has announced.
Journey is from thatgamecompany, the maker of Flow and Flower.
It's described as an "interactive parable", an "anonymous online adventure to experience a person's life passage and their intersections with others".
Flower developer thatgamecompany will not create a PlayStation Vita version of long-awaited PlayStation 3 adventure Journey.
Journey, a very important Actual New Game of 2012, has once and for all been finished, developer ThatGameCompany has revealed.
Multiplayer is now an "expectation", according to EA - but single-player only games are not dead.
UK arts guru Ekow Eshun believes most video games can't currently be considered art - but one developer disagrees.
Ambitious PlayStation Network exclusive Journey has been delayed to spring 2012, Sony has announced.
Sony's PlayStation Access tour hits the Rainbow Rooms in Birmingham tonight and tomorrow, bringing with it hands-on opportunities with FIFA 12, Resistance 3 and Assassin's Creed: Revelations.
UK gamers will get a chance to play alien-invasion shooter Resistance 3, the stunning-looking Journey, and the ICO and Shadow of the Colossus HD collection at an upcoming Sony tour.
Sony will show off a selection of upcoming software at its PlayStation Access roadshow, to be held in Birmingham and London over the next month.
PlayStation Access Live camps at Birmingham's Rainbow Rooms between 25th and 27th August.
Sony is sending invites into the Journey beta, but you'll only get one if you're a long-time fan of developer thatgamecompany.
Invites are being sent to PlayStation Plus subscribers who are also the "very earliest adopters" of Flower, thatgamecompany's abstract movement PlayStation Network game.
If you're one of these select people, "watch your XMB inbox for your invitation and entry into the beta" SCEA Santa Monica Studio for Flower associate producer Randall Lowe said on the US PlayStation Blog.
Journey, the next game from Flower developer thatgamecompany, will enter a limited-entry beta next week.
The company confirmed the news in a Tweet last night: "Rumours of a very limited, private Online Beta for Journey are... true!"
Details of how to get your name on the list will appear online next week: "Check our Facebook page & the PlayStation Blog for details on Monday!"
FPS and fighting games are "not useful" and contribute nothing to a player's life, so says the developer behind boutique PlayStation Network download Flower.
Flower developer thatgamecompany's next game is called Journey and it's due out in 2011 for PlayStation 3.