There aren’t many non-car companies that we would trust making a car. But if we have to choose one, it would be Sony. The company has been making game consoles/controllers and games for yonks with its PlayStation brand. So, they should know a thing or two about control/movement and design, right?
While everyone is hyping over the new Xbox, Sony announced an official attachment for its Dualshock 4 controller called the Back Button Attachment. As the name suggests, it adds extra buttons to the controller around back — specifically a pair of paddles to the back of the controller.
Oh Sony, how far you’ve come. The Xperia 1 is a beautiful (albeit a weird shaped) device. And we’re here to give Sony mobile another chance — here’s how you can get the most out of the Xperia 1.
This may be our first proper look at the PlayStation 5 devkit, and it looks familiar, eh? Earlier this year we wrote about Sony’s sci-fi-looking patent for what could be a console.
Well so much for the future of game consoles being all-streaming, all the time. Sony’s officially confirmed the name of its next console and has also given us a release window. You can expect to play games on a PlayStation 5 from the “…holidays 2020”. That’s around November/December this end of the world, since we’ve got holidays all over the place.
The event is to mark the 35th anniversary of the Ghostbusters franchise and takes place at the Ginza Sony Park in Tokyo from 12 October this year. The event will see trainers leading participants sporting “…Ghostbuster uniforms, proton packs, and other props used in the filming of the Ghostbusters movie released in 2016”
Are you the sort of gamer who only has gamer friends on Facebook? Do you regularly post images and achievements from your PlayStation? Does it confuse the few tech-impaired relatives who can’t understand why you keep posting gorgeous photos of some chap named Nathan Drake? Yeah, that’s coming to an end. Sony’s officially ending Facebook integration for the PlayStation 4.
It looks like Spider-Man won’t make it into another instalment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) anytime soon. And we’re bummed.
Light Start – iPhone camera lenses debut, He-Man will be He-Back, Elon Musk wants to nuke Mars, and some funky new Dualshock colours
This week on the lightest start you’ll get all week — iPhone launches some niftly smartphone camera lenses, He-Man will be back, Elon still wants to nuke Mars, and we need this new Dualshock 4 colour.