Today Namco Bandai has opened a teaser site for an unannounced PS3 game. At this time, the site provides no details as to what the game may be but the site itself has been visually linked to a follow up to Tail Concerto and Solatorobo: The Red Hunter. Whatever it is, it must be pretty important for Namco to go to such lengths to promote the announcement.
During their E3 press conference this week, EA officially announced a new Dragon's Age, currently set for a Fall 2014 release. Inquisition takes place after the events of the tie-in novel Dragon Age: Asunder, and is currently set to arrive on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. You can get a glimpse of what the story will entail in the CG teaser below.
As part of their "Ignite" initiative, EA has aquired the exclusive license to develop and publish UFC games. The upcoming title was showcased during EA's Monday press conference, with UFC President Dana White and EA Sports general manager Dean Richards in attendance.
Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 4 will ship with a 500GB hard drive.
Sony Worldwide Studio boss Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed that the PlayStation 4 will be region free. Just like all the Sony consoles before it, the PS4 will give us the freedom to play any PlayStation title that is offered for the system.
With Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn headed to the PC and PlayStation 3 platforms, Square Enix announced at its E3 press conference that it would also be coming to the PlayStation 4.
Sony has confirmed they will be launching their new cloud gaming service in 2014. Sony Computer Entertainment president Andrew House announced this during the company’s E3 press conference.
Gaming online with the PlayStation 4 will be a little bit harder than the PlayStation 3's online play. Sony has confirmed that gamers will be required to have a PlayStation Plus subscription in order to play PlayStation4 games online. Currently a yearly subscription is being offered for $50, or $5 a month for a month-to-month subscription.
Clarification has arrived on Sony executive Jack Tretton’s comment on The Last Guardian being on “hiatus,” Sony’s head of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida told Kotaku that Tretton’s comment was not completely accurate.
Final Fantasy Versus XIII, the game that we have long been debating, has now been revealed and rebranded as Final Fantasy XV. The game that has been in development for what seems like forever and was originally intended for the PlayStation 3 is now headed for the PlayStation 4 instead.