Sony’s PlayStation Now service has been up and running for a little while now. This streaming game service allows for PS4, PS3, PS Vita and PS TV owners to stream games to their console rather than have physical media. This is really a new era in gaming as the cloud is doing the game rendering and processing and it is then streamed to the user. It has just been announced that Samsung’s newest 2015 TV’s will support the PlayStation Now service, but without the need for a console at all.
If you know your video game history you know that 20 years ago today (December 3rd 1994), Sony released the original PlayStation in Japan. Of course we all know that the console quickly became the most popular console of its generation beating out industry veterans like Nintendo and Sega. To commemorate this Sony is releasing a very special 20th Anniversary PlayStation 4 console.
Sony could be looking to revive old franchises like Crash Bandicoot, Spyro, and even Jak and Daxter. In a recent interview with The Telegraph Sony Computer Entertainment CEO, Andrew House hinted at possible character revivals that would return Sony to their brand roots.
Rejoice PlayStation racing fans, Gran Turismo 6 has been officially announced for the console at the UK’s Silverstone circuit. If you have no clue what Gran Turismo is, it is probably the world’s most popular console-racing franchise spanning 15 years. The Gran Turismo games have been on PlayStation, Playstation 2, PSP and PlayStation 3.