Though the SOCOM series has fallen dormant for years, one gamer is taking it upon himself to bring the original PlayStation 2 classic back to life on the PC.
Sony has released an official statement confirming that the company is working on a method of emulating classic PlayStation 2 games on the PlayStation 4.
Rumors of the PS4 getting PS1/PS2 classics support flare up again after the PS4 version of Star Wars Bounty Hunter features a PS2 control scheme in the menu.
When it comes to licensed games, it’s not always a simple case of ‘good’ and ‘bad.’ Here is our rundown of 10 of the strangest uses of licenses in video games.
The PlayStation brand turns twenty on December 3, and Sony’s ready to celebrate with a new website and promotional video.
With the next generation of consoles well underway, a new rumor suggests that Sony could be planning to implement backwards compatibility for PS1 and PS2 games on the PS4 with a native 1080p resolution.
A new report claims PlayStation Now, Sony’s PS4 streaming service will be limited to PS3 titles, with older titles running locally through emulation.
Sony has revealed the download speed requirements for effective PlayStation Now use, while a new video shows the service in action.
Sony has finally clarified plans to implement a game streaming service for PS4, Vita, and more. Brace yourselves for an instant games catalogue with ‘PlayStation Now’.
Is the lure of next-gen hardware enough to convince FIFA 14 players to throw away their current-gen career modes? EA sweetens the deal with some unique stat boosts.
Read our review of ‘FIFA 14’ to find out if improvements to the game’s overall realism make this the iteration to own, or if fans should wait for the next-gen.
EA Sports pushes its latest wares at Gamescom 2013 with new trailers for ‘NHL 14’ and ‘FIFA 14’. Watch them here!
Game Rant went hands-on with ‘FIFA 14’ at E3 2013, but it wasn’t the next-gen version we’ve been hearing so much about. Even so, read our preview to find out what’s different this year.
No worries, ‘FIFA’ fans; a new licensing agreement with publisher Electronic Arts will keep the games coming until at least 2022.
Sony has released a nostalgic set of PlayStation videos ahead of their rumored PS4 reveal – detailing the history of the PS1, PS2, and PS3.
After 13 years of availability and over 150 million+ units sold, Sony has finally discontinued the PS2 in Japan, shipping its final retail copies earlier this month.
Read our ‘Pro Evolution Soccer 2013’ review to find out if Konami’s latest soccer title can compete with rival ‘FIFA’.