• Sony isn't ready to give up on portable gaming just yet

    3 monthes ago - By Engadget

    While the PlayStation Vita didn't exactly set the world alight, there still might be a future in portable gaming for Sony. Gaming division head John Kodera said, according to Bloomberg, that Sony is testing mobile gaming efforts, which he believes sh...
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  • Sony says PlayStation 4 is in 'final phase' of its life cycle

    Sony says PlayStation 4 is in 'final phase' of its life cycle

    3 monthes ago - By BBC

    The announcement is being seen as a sign that a new, more powerful console is on the way.
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  • Portable gaming shouldn't be separate from consoles - PlayStation head

    3 monthes ago - By GamesIndustry

    Newly appointed John Kodera says company is considering portable gaming options, signalling a change from previous management's thinking
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  • Hands-On With Six New PlayStation VR Games | Playstation Blog

    3 monthes ago - By N4G

    Posted by Justin Massongill Social Media Manager, SIEA:
    "Ahead of E3 2018, Sid and I got a chance to play six new games being shown for PlayStation VR, including a few that only just got announced! Here are our first impressions on each one.
    Bonus: click the play button above to listen to the very freshest takes on each of these titles, with special guest Geoff Keighley!"
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  • Sony's New PlayStation Chief Hints at Portable Gaming Revival

    3 monthes ago - By N4G

    Sony Corporation new PlayStation chief John Kodera said he sees a future in portable gaming, departing from his predecessors view that theres a limited market for handheld games.
    Kodera, who replaced Andrew House as the head of the 1.84 trillion yen games division in October, said portable gaming should be seen as an important part of the PlayStation ecosystem, adding that Sony is carrying out various experiments in the field. He hinted that the next console may be closely integrated with portable devices, but said its not yet the right stage to discuss specific hardware plans.
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