Sony finally gave us the info for their upcoming next-gen console, and there was more than enough there to make many people salivate.
This is it, then. The last big show of the day. Let’s see what secrets Sony has ready for us.
The first WipEout was solely responsible for elevating Sony’s first PlayStation from potentially being just another kiddy toy to a genuinely cool piece of kit. The pulsing soundtrack and revolutionary 3D courses marked the start of many lifelong gaming obsessions, curves and accelerator twitches quickly etching into happy minds.
If any of this is giving you an excited glow, then Dominic Szablewski is your new best friend. Diving into the source files (which he’s documented here), he’s put each of the original’s tracks into a format that allows you to experience them in your browser. To sweeten the deal, you can even view the ships and logos designed by The Designers Republic, and play the soundtrack underneath.
This might actually qualify as The Best Thing Ever. Relive those glory days here.
It’s time to interrupt the endless barrage of Christmas calories
that I seem intent on shoving down my throat as quickly as possible
seriously, it’s like Gluttony Man in Se7en
but I don’t have my body tied down,
my arms are wilfully ladling anything alcoholic or sweet or tasty into my mouth
like it’s going out of fashion
to round up what I think have been my personal favourite games and movies of 2013.
With the imminent release of the PlayStation 4 fast approaching and the focus of gamers shifting to the oncoming battle with the Xbox One, Sony has taken the opportunity to remind us of how we all fell in love in the first place.
Two shiny pieces of tech were announced today by Sony: a slimmer, lighter version of their Vita handheld, and a new Vita TV device.