As today marks an important day for Microsoft—the long-awaited revelation of their next-generation Xbox—Sony decided take some of the spotlight by releasing a trailer yesterday teasing the PlayStation 4.
The rumours have been quelled. Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has took a stance on the next installment in the famed racing simulator franchise, Gran Turismo 6.
Right now, gaming exists in a spectrum of extremes. On the one hand, you have the “AAA” games that take years to make, have huge budgets, glitzy production values, need to sell well over five million copies just to make a profit, and cost at least $60.
Sony has now confirmed a trailer, believed to be a set-in-stone revelation of their next-generation PlayStation, is a hoax.
As we round the corner into E3, a lot of gamers are looking at the twilight of this current console generation and rubbing their hands with glee over transitioning to the next.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) has confirmed today they will hold an event on May 15 to discuss the future of Gran Turismo and celebrate the 15th anniversary of the critically acclaimed racing simulator series.
Sony head Kazuo Hirai is amongst the approximately 40 executive surrendering financial bonuses in the midst of poor financial results, Destructoid reports today. This means Hirai and other executives would lose between 30 and 50 per cent of their usual additional earnings.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or at least the central concept of it, is never going to die. Let’s just get that out of the way; E3 is an important fixture of the industry and it’s going to remain so.