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The Richest Video Game Companies of 2018

Sony Computer Entertainment and Microsoft Studios are the richest video game companies in 2018. Video game industry is one of the most profitable industries ever. To put it in picture, although the video game industry is rather new as compared to the movie and music industry, it has generated more revenue than the movie and music industries combined. The two of the richest video game companies are Sony Computer Entertainment and Microsoft Sony Computer Entertainment’s net worth is calculated to be $17.49 Billion. Microsoft Studio’s net worth is calculated to be skyrocketing at $37.2billion. Both Sony and Microsoft are the industry leaders of gaming consoles with Playstation and Xbox setting up the benchmarks. However, the income they earn through the sale of consoles is not added in the ab...

Paul George Teams Up With PlayStation to Make the Nike PG-2 Sneakers

If you know me, you know my game never stops. Whether I’m at home or on the road, I’m always playing on my PS4, which is why I’m excited to announce my official collaboration between Nike Basketball and PlayStation with the PG-2 “PlayStation” colorway. Just like basketball, I’ve had a knack for video games since I was a kid. When I was 8 or 9, I used to amaze my uncle and all his friends by consistently beating them in all the sports games we’d play. And if I saw something cool while I was playing, I’d go outside and try it out on the court or the field. So in a way, sports and video games were always feeding off one another to me. This collaboration has been a long time coming. Ask me what my favorite PlayStation memory is and I’ll tell you it’s when my dad got me a PS2 for Christmas. I’d...

The Big Three Giants In The Video Game Industry Keep Making Mistakes

The video industry is driven by three big giants; Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. Well, at least Sony and Microsoft undoubtedly, while Nintendo is like that cool kid who doesn’t need any comrades. If you ponder back at the revelation of Xbox One with a Kinect that nobody desired, it was a direct effect of the commercial success of Xbox 360. But on the contrary, I presume that 360 was rather more successful than One with its array of first party games and introduction to motion gaming. Motion gaming was something which was quite impressive at the time but soon lost its charm, yet Microsoft could not let go of the Kinect. In addition to that, there are just are just a handful of games for One’s Kinect. Then you’ve got Sony, who thought it would be a great idea to price the PS...

Gal Gun 2 Coming Spring 2018 in North America and Europe

Underwear Utopia beckons on Switch and PS4 in Spring 2018! PQube is proud to lift the hem on the debut gameplay trailer from Gal*Gun 2, headed to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch worldwide in Spring 2018. Gal*Gun 2 is the long-awaited follow-up to Inti Creates’ infamous PS4 shooter Gal*Gun: Double Peace, and features more outrageous action than ever before. A new army of more than 70 girls has been overpowered by lust, and you’ve got 30 days to survive their advances and put things right. Fend off legions of ladies with your Pheromone Shot, and use crazy gadgets to expel demons from their bodies in the most audacious first-person shooter you’ll ever play! Features • The craziest shooter yet! – Help swarms of girls exorcise their demon possessions by hitting their pleasure spots with your ...

Here Are All The Games From Sony’s Paris Games Week

Sony had some fun tricks up its sleeves for Paris Games Week. Not only did they show new trailers for already revealed games, they announced a bunch of new titles for both PS4 and PSVR! In case you missed, here’s a nifty list of everything Sony had to show at the conference, including the trailers. 1. The Last of Us Part 2 2. Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris 3. God of War 4. Shadow of the Colossus 5. Ghost of Tsushima 6. Spelunky 2 7. Marvel’s Spider Man 8. Detroit: Become Human 9. Guacamelee 2 10. Star Child 11. Far Cry 5 12. Call of Duty: WWII – Carentan 13. Oure 14. The Sims 4 DLC 15. Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Winds 16. Concrete Genie 17. Resident Evil 7: Not A Hero DLC 18. The Hong Kong Massacre 19. LocoRoco 2 Remastered 20. Monster Hunter World 21. Onrush 22. Megalith ...

PlayStation Blog: “Big new game announcements” for the Paris Games Week

PlayStation Live From Paris Games Week is coming – here’s where to watch it Tune in on 30th October for big new game announcements and updates Bonjour tout le monde! PlayStation has some big plans for Paris Games Week next month, and it’s time to start talking specifics. On 30th October, starting at 3.00pm GMT/4.00pm CET, PlayStation Live From Paris Games Week will kick off with a slew of updates and announcements before moving straight into the Paris Games Week 2017 Media Showcase, where you’ll get a look at some spectacular new games coming to PS4 and PS VR. And stick around after the Showcase – we’ll have further details and info to share in our post-show debrief. Here’s the best part: you can watch all the fun from the comfort of your home, office or… home office, via live.playst...

PS4 System Software Update 5.00 ‘Nobunaga’ Released, Here’s What It Adds

PS4 System Software Update 5.00 Out Now Our next system software update for PlayStation 4, version 5.00 (codenamed Nobunaga), is available now! This update introduces features like the new “Family on PlayStation Network” system, an enhanced Twitch broadcast option on PlayStation 4 Pro, and a variety of new features for Notifications, Messages, and much more. We’ve already outlined a number of key features before our beta program started, but we wanted to share some additional features that are coming to PS4 with this update. Team Tournaments Prepare to recruit the best players you know, because Team Tournaments on PS4 are almost here. With this new functionality, you’ll be able to compete against other teams for prizes and status. Team Tournament functionality will kick off on October 5, s...

PlayStation Plus Games for October 2017 Announced

Your PlayStation Plus games for October are Metal Gear Solid V and Amnesia: Collection So long September and hello October: the home of hilarious Halloween costumes, unpredictable weather patterns and – for the caffeine addicts among us – the glorious pumpkin-spiced latte. We hope you had fun with September’s PS Plus games. If you’ve not had a chance to tear across the Seattle skyline as a delinquent neon streak yet or befuddle the agents of darkness with a slew of rhyming couplets, we suggest you hop to it, because October’s titles are coming in hot and you’re gonna want your backlog looking respectable. What do we have for you next month, then? Let’s start with the big guy – Big Boss, that is. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain The culmination of three decades of cutting-edge developme...

PlayLink for PS4 Lineup Release Dates

It’s PlayStation… with phones! That’s what I tell anyone who asks me what PlayLink is. Alternatively, it’s a variety of PS4 games designed to be played with your friends using your mobile device as the controller. Download the respective apps, and voila! Everyone has a controller and we can all have fun on PS4. Whether you’re a fan of gritty crime thrillers or rapid-fire quiz games, there’s a game here for everyone. We love our friends, we love our phones, and we certainly love PS4… PlayLink games bring all that goodness together. But don’t take my word for it, try it out yourself. We believe in PlayLink so much we are letting all our PlayStation Plus members try That’s You! for free. That’s You! (Available Now) – PlayStation.com Page Have a party with your friends taking...

D3 Publisher opens new title countdown website, ends September 19

D3 Publishers launched a new website with a countdown on it that ends on 19th September. 19th September also happens to be the day the Sony Press Conference will be held. No other information is known at this time besides the countdown on the website. But chances are high that we will see more of it at the Sony Press Conference and maybe even at TGS 2017 that is a couple of days later. Link To Website Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters Coming to Asia in English on December 7

PS4 Exclusive Kamen Rider Climax Fighters’ English Localization Announced for Asia Coming to Southeast Asia on 7th December 2017, the first ever English localized title in the Kamen Rider series, Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters will feature Japanese voiceover with English subtitles! The game will have the following features: • All Heisei Kamen Riders, from Kamen Rider Kuuga to the latest Kamen Rider Build assembles. • Game mode of 1v1 or 2v2 available, which allows gameplay of up to maximum 4 players. • Authentic action fighting battle first time from a back-view perspective. • Flat stage evolution to levelled platform stage with realistic obstacles. It allows player to fully utilize each Rider’s characteristics in battle. • First Online Battle feature in the Kamen Rider game series. Register...

Top 5 Things Gamers Desperately Want Sony To Change About The Playstation

Despite having great games, and a significantly powerful console, the Playstation ecosystem does have major issues that gamers desperately want Sony to fix. While the great games, both exclusives, cross-platform titles and indies, go a long way in maintaining a healthy player base, both the Xbox and Steam on PC have done a better job of streamlining their platforms for the benefit of the players. Be it the refund policy, or backwards compatibility, there are areas where the Playstation needs to step up their game to really be for the players. Cross-Platform Play While Microsoft, Steam and even Nintendo have opened up their player bases to allow cross platform play across systems, Sony is stubbornly insistent on not allowing the same for the PSN network. While Sony’s ultimate reason f...


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