Nintendo should aim to have as much of its first-party library available on the Wii U and 3DS as possible: NES through N64, with any consoles from Sega’s past serving as icing on the cake. Read More
The cyberattack on Sony Pictures entertainment left plenty of roiled waters in its aftermath. Lawsuits from employees whose personal information was leaked … apologies to President Obama and other subjects of hasty emails … U.S. sanctions against North Korea and a war of words back and forth … and the irony of Sony turning to the entity most identified in those emails as a threat to… Read More
I’ve never watched more than one or two random Seinfeld episodes. I know, I know.
I’ve always meant to watch the whole series, really — but it’s not (legally) streamable anywhere, outside of a few random episodes. So I don’t bother.
This may change soon. Word has it that Sony is finally getting around to licensing the streaming rights. Read More
DanceStar Party Time Think you’re hot on the dance floor? Then get your groove on in ‘DanceStar Party’ time. Play through pumping tracks from the 80’s, 90’s and 00’s. Check out the crazy outfits and dance!
You can also dance with your mates. Include their faces in Party Time mode and get them dancing the night away.
Prove you are the greatest dancer and pick up all the awards throughout the game.
Sony has sold Sony Online Entertainment, the studio and publisher that created EverQuest (and, to a large extent, the modern MMO genre), in a deal that will see it owned by investment management firm Columbus Nova and rebranded as Daybreak. The studio originally began as an in-house product at Sony Interactive Studios America back in 1995, when John Smedley, Brad McQuaid and Steve Clover began… Read More