Earlier this week, Sony announced the next step in the evolution of the PlayStation brand and shortly after the conference the President of Sony's Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida gave us the real scoop on the PS4.
GTTV is back from outer space with exclusives from Star Trek, Tearaway, and Star Wars Pinball.
Sony announced the Playstation 4 last night at its much-ballyhooed press event in New York City along with a handful of titles that will be available at or near launch. They did not, however, show us the actual machine.
Starting at 5pm ET/2pm PST Gametrailers.com and GTTV’s own Geoff Keighley will be joined by industry journalists to speculate on what Sony’s big reveal will be. Immediately following that, Sony will take the stage and you can watch it all on our live stream right here.
Every few years, gamers are satiated with a new entry into one of the most beloved franchises of all time, Metal Gear. It has been almost three years since the last game was released and now Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is a whole new take on the franchise, which is never going to...
The Alien movies have a long and storied history, and are revered as some of the greatest works of sci-fi cinema ever to be released. The series is no stranger to video games either, having seen a host of releases on virtually every console, dating back to the Atari 2600 which have all...
Sly Cooper was one of Sony's mainstays during the PlayStation 2 generation, when they released three separate titles starring the sneaky raccoon. However, it's taken almost an entire console generation to revive Sly and his friends, Bentley and Murray, for an all new adventure, but the boys are...
The Hitman franchise is now in its thirteenth year of assassinating some of the world's most despicable bad guys, and to celebrate Square Enix have collected three of Agent 47's first games, updated them into high definition and released them as one package.
Video games allow players to venture into entirely new worlds, and experience the unimaginable, but, after a while, most games end up looking the same. Every now and then a game comes along that offers an entirely new perspective on what a interactive entertainment can look and feel like.
GTTV returns from CES with exclusive scoops on Dead Space 3’s first level, Tomb Raider’s multiplayer, and Felicia Day’s waving technique.