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Sony's Cloud-Based Video Service Will Stream Live TV Everywhere

Not content to just stream its games all over the place, Sony also plans to expand its Sony Entertainment Network streaming video service to deliver live television and DVR functions across multiple devices later this year. Who needs an HDMI pass-through?


A Stabtastic Trailer Heralds Killzone's Arrival To The PS Vita

Killzone: Mercenary has arrived. What better way to celebrate than by watching gratuitous amounts of murder?


Japan's Getting Soul Sacrifice Delta, An Updated Re-Release, Next Year

Here’s a first look at the upcoming Soul Sacrifice Delta, which, according to Famitsu, will be playable at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Designer Keiji Inafune said Soul Sacrifice Delta is a “brand new version” of Soul Sacrifice with a “brand new elements” — including a third, “Neutral” option for the game’s Save/Sacrifice system.


PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale: The Kotaku Review

If you think about every major video game publisher whose games you ever played, certain staple characters may come to mind. Recalling those characters might even bring a smile to your face, and remind you of the fond memories you had playing as each of them.


Infamous Studio Is Now All Sony's

Sony Computer Entertainment has acquired Sucker Punch, the studio behind titles like Infamous and Sly Cooper, the Tokyo-based game giant revealed today.


Sony Computer Entertainment Gets A New Bossman

Sony revealed today that Sony Computer Entertainment of Europe honcho Andrew House is now the CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment International. Kazuo Hirai is now SCEI’s Chairman. Corporate musical chairs, people! [PlayStation]


Hacker Group Says It's Snagged Sony Computer Entertainment's Developer Code

The hacker collective Lulz Security isn’t taking a break from its attacks on Sony simply because it’s E3. This morning, via Twitter, Lulzsec bragged that it had compiled Sony Computer Entertainment’s Developer Network source code. Earlier in the week Lulzsec went after Sony BMG and Sony Pictures, and broke into Nintendo USA’s website.


Digital Pioneer Behind Sony Computer Entertainment Dies At 81

Norio Ohga, the former chairman of Sony who, in 1993, established Sony Computer Entertainment and paved the way for the PlayStation, died Saturday morning in Tokyo. He was 81.


The PSP2 Is No PlayStation Phone

Should you save up for the rumoured PlayStation Phone or the equally rumoured PSP2? Sony Computer Entertainment boss Kazuo Hirai manages to calm potential consumer confusion without actually confirming anything.


Screw English, It's All About C

This month, Japanese online retailer Rakuten.com decided the language that was used internally by the company would no longer be Japanese.