8w ago - Sony Senior Vice President of PlayStation Brand Marketing Guy Longworth unveiled the first PS4 TV commercial spot today dubbed Perfect Day, reminding fans that the PlayStation 4 release date is only 30 days away!
To quote: Hello PlayStation Nation! The entire team has been hard at work preparing one of PlayStation's biggest launches ever - PS4.
We can certainly feel the excitement mounting as we get closer to November 15th. On behalf of the entire team, we are extremely excited to bring the most powerful gaming system right to your living room.
We listened to all of you and after six years of sweat and tears, we have designed a clear-cut, next-generation platform built for gamers by gamers.
The result is PS4, a system we are all proud of. It's a system that unapologetically provides you with an immersive gaming experience like never before, including powerful performance and graphics, integrated social capabilities, intelligent personalization, and innovative second-screen features.
With four weeks left until launch, we are revealing the second TV spot in our Greatness Awaits campaign: "Perfect Day." Perfect Day symbolizes the approaching launch day of the long-awaited PS4 system and you can watch the full video,...
99w ago - SCEE Manager James Gallagher has shared an interview today with the PlayStation Vita designer on the perfect screen size and battling engineers below.
To quote: Last December I attended the Tokyo launch of PlayStation Vita, which is going to be in your hands just about one month from now.
While I was there I got to chat with Tokashi Sogabe of the Sony Corporate Design Centre, head of the team in charge of the aesthetic of the console.
Sogabe-san has 27 years of experience working with Sony, in which time he has designed the Walkman, Vaio notebooks, the current slimmer model of PS3 and many other electronic
We spoke about the look and feel of PS Vita and the eternal tug of war that goes on between the designers wanting to create something as sleek and compact as possible and the engineers whose job it is to cram as much technology as they can into that shell.
PS.Blog: A lot of people seem impressed by the five inch OLED screen on PlayStation Vita. How did you decide on that particular size?
Tokashi Sogabe: When we first saw a prototype of the beautiful OLED screen we used on PS Vita, we felt it deserved to be bigger than the 4.3 inch screen on PSP. It's almost as if we settled on five inches in order to really...