Today marks the 25th anniversary of PlayStation, when the very first console in the now colossal brand launched in Japan.
Since 1994, when the original PlayStation first debuted in Japan, over 500 million units of PlayStation consoles have been sold around the world.
Black Friday 2017 is just a few days away but already a number of retailers advertising now, and among the deals are a huge number for Sony’s PlayStation 4.
Sony’s latest financial reports showed that the company’s gaming segment had recorded excellent results.
The UK’s games retailers are expecting 2016 to be the year of the Playstation 4, based on both its strong current sales record and future roster of games.
The Playstation 4 has reached a massive sales milestone, making it the current fifteenth best-selling console of all time.
Playstation Plus’s one month and three month subscriptions are going to be permanently raised in price from 1 September 2015 onwards.
With the PS4 flying ahead of the Xbox One in the sales figures, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has said that closing the sales gap is not a top priority for Microsoft.
Sony’s Playstation Now cloud-based service for playing legacy games aims to extend the life of titles from previous consoles. The on-demand facility offers PS3 titles on the PS4 console.
Aired on May 28, the Watchdog episode included investigation of Playstation’s digital refund policy, specifically the case of fraud victim John Lappin, whose Playstation account was used to make a fraudulent purchase.