Celebrate the 20th anniversary of PlayStation with this video

Sony Japan has released a video montage of many PlayStation games across the four consoles to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the brand.


Playstation headlines

  • PlayStation dominates Tokyo Game Show awards

    Eight of twelve games receiving awards from the organisers of the Tokyo Game Show are exclusive to PlayStation formats.

  • Bigby and The Wolf Among Us is coming to a store near you

    The Wolf Among Us has long since been released via digital sales, but Telltale has yet to give official word on boxed copies of the game. Retailers such as Best Buy, GameStop, and GameFly have listings for retail copies of the game for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 all priced at […]

  • Sony has over 1,000 self-publishers licensed to create games on PlayStation platforms

    Sony has announced that over 1,000 self-publishers and counting. The list developers are licensed to make games for all PlayStation platforms, and Sony has released a thank you video for both the developer and the fans. It’s below.

  • PS4: PSN prices will be adjusted ahead of EU console launch, Sony confirms

    Sony will look to adjust the cost of PlayStation 4 digital game prices ahead of the console’s European launch. It followed the discovery that EA was selling games like FIFA 14 and Battlefield 4 for £63 over PSN.

  • PS4 - last issue of PSM3 outlines 15 potential features

    The last issue of PSM3 contains a feature listing every rumor and leak available pertaining to the next console from Sony and according to the magazine, it will not be called PlayStation 4.

  • QUAKE 2 turns 15, id Software shares fun facts on the shooter

    QUAKE 2 is celebrating its 15th anniversary today, and to mark the occasion, is Software’s Tim Willits decided to share some fun facts regarding the game and its development.

  • Orgarhythm is heading to the west

    XSEED’s strange rhythm-strategy PS Vita game is set to be released outside of Japan.

  • Vita sales "an acceptable number," says PlayStation US head

    President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America Jack Tretton has said that he finds current sales figures for the PlayStation Vita “acceptable.”

  • Sony announces Escape Plan for Vita

    Sony has announced a new game for PlayStation Vita. It’s a stylized puzzle game called Escape Plan.

  • PlayStation Japan relief effort brings in $1.3 million

    Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that donation efforts for the Japan tsunami and earthquake from PlayStation Network have raised over $1 million.

  • Analyst: Initial Move sales "OK...not spectacular"

    The scale of initial consumer uptake of PlayStation Move will be clearer at the end of the month with Sony promising to reveal more detail during a scheduled earnings report. Venturebeat reports Sony Computer Entertainment America marketing head Peter Dille hasn’t disclosed figures. Dille claims Sony is flying in replenishment shipments as “many retailers” have […]

  • PlayStation turns 15 in Europe

    Many happy returns to PlayStation, which turns 15 today in Europe.

  • Report: Sony working on PlayStation-branded Android phone

    Ever felt the need to tell your grandmother who lives in the middle of nowhere about the pious, upstanding life you’ve been leading while also slaying/doing the nasty with the entire Greek pantheon on the same device? Well, that’s kind of weird. But soon, you’ll be able to.

  • PS3 firmware update 3.40 stealthily adds Move support

    Did you know that Sony can remotely add things to your PS3 and not tell you about it? Wild, huh? We’d be outraged, but we probably should’ve actually read those terms of service we agreed to when we signed-up for PSN. Our bad. This time, it’s just what looks to be the foundation for Move […]

  • Sony announces PlayStationPlus

    Sony has announced PlayStationPlus for the PlayStation Network.

  • PSone is 15 years old today

    PSone celebrates its fifteenth birthday today, as detailed by this splendid SCEJ page. The machine launches on December 3, 1994 in Japan, and went on to sell over 125 million units. It took almost a year to get out of Japan, launching in the US on September 9, 2005 and Europe on September 29 in […]

  • PlayStation cases to be eradicted by Cornish firm

    The Electronic Waste Company, based in Redruth, Cornwall, has signed contracts with SCEE to shred and dispose of PlayStation console cases for all of Europe. SCEE environmental program boss Gregor Margetson said, “The quality of materials produced at this stage of the recycling process is fundamental in enabling PlayStations to be effectively recycled. “We work […]

  • 45nm Cell to reduce power consumption by 40%

    According to Tom’s Hardware, “Sony is apparently working on a 65 nm to 45 nm migration of its Cell Broadband Engine. Sony claims that the chip area size will be reduced by 34% and the 45 nm Cell will consume 40% less power than the 65 nm generation. The company also works on improving the […]

  • Someone bothers to call Sony about new PS3 SKU

    SCEE has dismissed talk of a 120-160Gb PS3 as “rumour and speculation” following this morning’s… rumour and speculation. CVG gets brownie points for working out how to operate buttons on a telephone. The story started in reaction to last week’s assumptions that Sony’s dumping the 80Gb SKU in America.