Posts Tagged: Sony

  • Sony’s Playstation TV is a Waste of Money

    Sony’s Playstation TV is a Waste of Money

    Imagine, if you will, that online gaming existed during the short-lived era of the Sega Dreamcast. What images come to mind? Choppy graphics? Easily dropped connections? Slow speeds? Now combine that with a amateurish, discarded Nintendo Wii-style UI and you have the Sony Playstation TV. This product is in no way ready for primetime. If anything, it

  • Comcast Continues to Grow Monopoly

    Comcast Continues to Grow Monopoly

    Jerrold Electrics gave birth to American Cable Systems in Tupelo, Mississippi in 1963. Ralph J. Roberts purchased the cable company, which had five channels and 150,000 subscribers, for $500,000. Six years later, the company incorporated in Philadelphia and rebranded itself as Comcast Corporation, a combination of the words communication and broadcast. Not long after, the company started growing into

  • Who Ya Gonna Call?

    Who Ya Gonna Call?

    After many years of speculation, director Ivan Reitman has confirmed that Ghostbusters 3 will become a reality. The announcement comes close to the 30th anniversary of the original film’s release in 1984. Reitman has indicated, “There will be many people from the original cast. Regarding Bill Murray, I have no idea. All the other movies

  • MLB 14 The Show Looks Amazing

    MLB 14 The Show Looks Amazing

    Via Polygon: MLB 14 on PS4 takes advantage of the new console’s hardware to deliver more fully realized versions of the ballparks for each of the 30 MLB clubs. The game’s developers at Sony San Diego are utilizing techniques like specular maps to create realistic lighting on surfaces like pools and jumbotrons, and advances in processing

  • The Titanfall Gamble

    The Titanfall Gamble

    The big news in the gaming industry is this past week is the departures of Jack Tretton and Marc Whitten from Sony and Microsoft respectively. Both men were instrumental in the launch of the next-gen PS4 and Xbox One systems last fall. Tretton’s departure has been characterized as an amicable split, as he decided not