The PlayStation Classic's entire lineup has been officially revealed sporting classics such as Grand Theft Auto, Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee, and much more.
Developers and Producers from the Japanese arm of Sony Interactive Entertainment tease their projects for 2018 and beyond.
During a livestream hosted on Nico Nico today, Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan announced a live concert dedicated to the games by SCE Japan Studio. It will be the 23rd concert oe the Game Symphony Japan series, and
Sony Announces First Mobile Games Under ForwardWorks Label: Wild Arms, Arc the Lad and More (UPDATED)
Today, Sony hosted a presentation in Tokyo, announcing the initial line-up of mobile games that will be released under the recently formed label ForwardWorks. The label was created in March to tap into the smart devices market
At the end of January, Wild Arms creator Akifumi Kaneko teased a meeting with Sony about celebrating the 20th anniversary of the series. Looks like the celebrations have started, at least on Kaneko-san's Twitter.
The Wild Arms series is certainly a favorite among PlayStation and JRPG fans, and something might be moving about it, as teased on Twitter by the franchise's creator Akifumi Kaneko, who talked about a mysterious meeting.
Wild Arms, Arc The Lad, Ape Escape and More: Many Old PlayStation IP Return in Anniversary Avatar Sets
There are many old PlayStation IP that haven't seen a new game in a long time, but this doesn't mean that Sony has completely forgotten about them.
Fans of the Wild Arms series have been hoping for a new game for a while, and during a live broadcast hosted by Sony from the Tokaigi Japan Games Party 2015 Producer Kentaro Motomura mentioned something that
Sony Brings Up Wild Arms Again: Crossover with Soul Sacrifice; Is this a Prelude to a PS4/Vita Game?
Two weeks ago Sony Computer Entertainment Producer Kentaro Motomura told Weekly Famitsu that he'd like to explore the possibility to bring the Wild Arms franchise to PS4 and PS Vita.
The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu has been delivered to the Japanese newsstands, and it includes an interesting Q&A with Sony Computer Entertainment Producer Kentaro Motomura, who worked as a Producer on the Wild Arms franchise from
Well, sort of. Speaking on the European PlayStation Blog, SCEE's PlayStation Store Team member Ross McGrath talked about a couple reason why a game may or may not be published on the PlayStation Network. Many fans wonder