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No mere Semblance of success

How a South African indie game went from a university assignment to the big-time

PlayStation TV to make US, Europe debut

PS TV, which will be launched in North America and Europe at the end of the year, will synch with a Sony online store for digital content.

Sony PS4 attracts gamers as rival fails to win them over

As the E3 conference takes place, Sony has insisted that the game console war is far from won despite its PR launch triumph over Microsoft.

The Playstation 4: supercharged PC architecture

As the war between console manufacturers heat up, PlayStation 4's lead architect tells us how Sony has improved the next generation console.

Sony to launch new high-resolution PSP

Sony will launch a new PSP in October with a high-resolution screen and a built-in microphone that enables it to be used as a telephone.

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