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PlayStation Experience, for this year Sony skips the event

For the past four years, Sony has held the event called PlayStation Experience, in the United States, in December. The PSX was used to announce video games, reveal gameplay and was a real festival in ...

The return of MediEvil was a complete surprise even for the creators of the original

The PlayStation Experience, which took place on December 9 this year, had seen an unexpected announcement by Shawn Layden: the return of MediEvil, as a remastered edition for PS4. We still know relatively little about ...

Do you stick with your user name on the PSN? Sony will make you correct (maybe)

Let's face it, many people have a user name on Sony Playstation Network that we have always wanted to change. I turn to you, "Ammaccabanane90" or "Megazord85" (oh my God, this is not bad either, but ...

Sony, at the Playstation Experience, announces the return of Medievil

Shawn Layden, during the Playstation Experience held this night at 5, announced the return of a saga so beloved by owners of the Sony console. Sir Daniel Fortesque is about to return in great form. On...

Sony announces the PlayStation Experience program, and how to track it in livestream

Sony has unveiled the complete PlayStation Experience program, which will begin on 9 December at 5am (Italian time) on Saturday. Although Sony has already been busy this year, the roster is still interesting -...

The announcement for Devil May Cry 5 could be around the corner

Nine years have passed since the release of the last Devil May Cry, and the fans had to settle for the 2012 spin-off, DmC: Devil May Cry, and the special edition of the fourth title, released in the 2015 ....
The Last of Us: Part II

The Last Of Us: Part II

Maybe it was the only announcement that could stand up to that of Red Dead Redemption 2. And it arrived on time. A few hours ago, during is the PlayStation Experience, it was indeed aired ...

2019's latest PlayStation State of Play will air ...

In the past few hours Sony has announced the arrival of the latest PlayStation State of Play of the 2019, which will be broadcast live the next December 10. Just ...

Battlefield V: Wake Island Map, release date revealed

Just in time for the holidays, DICE has revitalized Wake Island, undoubtedly the most popular map in Battlefield history. The popular ...

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