"Lackluster" sales of the brilliant Nex Machina were the icing on the cake for Finnish developer Housemarque - from here on out it will no longer make arcade games.
PlayStation Plus' Instant Game Collection - i.e. free bonus games for subscribers - will include Galak-Z and Broforce for PS4 come 1st March.
Super Stardust developer Housemarque's recent PS4 opus Resogun was described by many as a modern update to Eugene Jarvis' 1981 arcade game Defender. And now the developer is working with Jarvis himself on its next game.
Sony's PlayStation business emerged relatively unscathed (stronger, even) from the PlayStation Network hack of 2011, but the legal ramifications are still ongoing.
The Super Stardust spiritual successor is a PlayStation 4 exclusive, developer Housemarque has announced.
Finnish developer Housemarque, which also made Dead Nation and Outland, is hard at work on the game as we speak.
Housemarque boss Ilari Kuittinen said: "We are super excited to be working on Sony's next-gen hardware. The platform's performances are enabling us to do things that wouldn't be possible otherwise and we truly believe that better technology can lead to better gameplay. The more tools and resources we have at our disposal, the better.
New DLC for hit PlayStation Network shmup Super Stardust HD is on the way, Sony has announced.
As revealed on the PlayStation Blog, Impact Mode arrives on 30th March priced at £1.59 / €1.99.
"The Impact mode plays on and twists the game rules – in place of the weapon system your ship is now fitted with an experimental new matter-to-energy boost engine technology, which means once you activate the boost, you can stay in boost as long as you can hit meteors and enemies with it!" explained developer Housemarque's CEO Ilari Kuittinen.
Sony Computer Entertainment's UK boss Ray Maguire has told Eurogamer that he has no worries about people buying into the company's 3D dream because there will always be early adopters.
Sony has announced launch details for PlayStation 3's early stereoscopic 3D line-up.
Sony has announced that the first 3D updates to PlayStation 3 titles will be released in Japan next week.
Patches for Super Stardust HD, WipEout HD and PAIN will be released on 10th June according to the Japanese press release.
While the 3D-specific updates to Super Stardust HD and WipEout HD will be free, gamers will need to pay 300 yen to grab the PAIN 3D update.
Sony has announced that people buying its new Bravia HX803 3D TV in June will receive a PSN voucher entitling them to four 3D versions of PS3 games.
The European PlayStation Store has finally gotten its digital mitts on Fatal Inertia Ex.
Super Stardust HD has been updated to support the fancy trophy system for PlayStation 3.
Riff: Everyday Shooter leads the weekly PlayStation Store update this week, but you should already know that if you glue your face to Eurogamer.
Did you get what you wanted for Christmas? That's a shame. But Sony was looking out for you - sneaking a 1.7GB-shaped demo of The Club under the celebratory bristles of the PlayStation Network tree with the sort of festive love and care glaringly absent from other elements of this boringly appointed sentence.
Super Stardust HD has been released on PlayStation Store today priced GBP 4.99, having picked up a whopping 9/10 review from us just a few days ago. Sadly there's no sign of a demo.
Sony UK has dated a few upcoming additions to the PlayStation 3 Store.
Sony has revealed details of Snakeball, which is set to launch exclusively on PlayStation Network this July.