Vita is now a video phone, at least a part of it is. It finally got some telephony with Skype.
Long time no post (again). Sony is apparently doing some weeding and “just 6%” of its entire manpower will be going soon.
It’s quite a shame, really, that I’ve only seen Jane McGonigal’s TED presentation just now. It tackles how gaming can make a better world. I know it sounds a bit unlikely, but I’m a believer.
Himura Kenshin is back! The film adaptation to Nobuhiro Watsuki’s masterpiece will be released on August 25, 2012. It stars Takeru Satoh, Takei Emi, Munetaka Aoki, Taketo Tanaka and Yuu Aoi; under Keishi Otomo’s direction.
Some service interruptions: the Facebook app has been removed from PSN. Let’s just wait for it to return, though.
The long wait is finally over. It is now available in the US! Time to check the stores and see the deals…
Sony has been marketing the Sony Entertainment Network or SEN and it is just about time to let it absorb PSN.
I’ve been playing video games since the Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Mega Drive. It may not be that long since I started gaming, but I’ve already played enough levels and titles to run into some failings and awesome things. That being said, I believe we all have our own “dream game”. Well, mine is a survival game…
As we have seen in the news, Kazuo Hirai will be replacing Sir Howard Stringer on April 1, 2012. Sony has been realigning itself back on track and a refreshed roster is a good start.