Sony and T-Mobile have teamed up once again. This time, they’re bringing us more greatness for an already amazing handset. Purchases of the new Sony Xperia Z1S through February 12 will get a free year of PlayStation Plus.
Cloud-based gaming services and fans will soon be welcoming a new member and competitor to the fold. Sony has just revealed at CES 2014 that its own PlayStation Now game streaming service will be arriving in the US later this year.
Sony has just given some folks over at a few European countries and one down south a kind of gift to keep the busy during the holiday season. Starting today, Playstation Mobile will be available in eight more countries, bringing some of Sony's games to more Android smartphones in the world.
In line with the spirit of giving this holiday season, Sony is continuing its five weeks of free PlayStation Mobile games that it started late last November. Don't expect too much from these offerings as not only are they very casual games, they also have a very limited device coverage.
Holiday season is coming fast and with it comes the season for sales and giveaways. Sony is starting the race early and will be offering two free games every week, not for the brand new PlayStation 4, but for PlayStation Mobile devices such as the PlayStation Vita and compatible Android smartphones and tablets.
Sony has just released a downloadable content (DLC) add-on for the PlayStation 4's The Playroom game that adds a dash of user-created content into the game. Using the PlayStation App, users can create all sorts of objects for the small robots to play around with.
It looks like we're just days away from the expected retail launch of the next-gen PlayStation 4 console. Shuhei Yoshida, who has been the Sony's public face for the past months, has just announced the availability of the PlayStation App on Google Play Store and iTunes app store, possibly heralding the imminent arrival of the console.
Gaming season is almost upon us and soon we'll be seeing the next-gen consoles out on shelves everywhere. But no modern-day gaming experience would be complete without some sort of mobile tie-in and the Playstation 4 is no different. Sony is now confirming that owners of its new console will be able to experience the added power of the Playstation app for Android late next month, depending on their region.
Last month at the Tokyo Game Show, Sony showed us a glimpse of its Playstation App for Android and iOS. Now we're getting more details on the mobile app straight from the horse's mouth: Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida.
Here at the Tokyo Game Show 2013, Sony just unloaded a bunch of announcements revolving around its Playstation brand. While most were probably anticipating Sony's new details on its upcoming next generation Playstation 4 gaming consoke, the company also unveiled an interesting new product in the form of a mobile app for Android and iOS devices.