PlayStation News of the Week: March 10 - 14, 2014
- Posted March 16th, 2014 at 07:44 EDT by Michael Harradence
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12
Sony's Mark Cerny: consoles 'still have a role' in the market
PlayStation 4’s lead architect has played down suggestions that traditional video game consoles are going the way of the Dodo in light of high-end PCs and mobiles muscling in on the market.
First Mirror's Edge 2 details emerge -- rumor
The first set of details for the new entry in the DICE-developed, freerunning first-person adventure series, Mirror’s Edge, has been unearthed, if the folks over at videogame website Rocket Chainsaw are anything to go by.
THURSDAY, MARCH 13
Sony sweeps the competition at the 2014 BAFTA Games Awards
The British Academy held it's 10th annual Games Awards ceremony last night, and Sony Computer Entertainment was triumphantly represented by Naughty Dog and Media Molecule -- the two celebrated studios shared a handful of eight awards to bring back home.
The Last Guardian 'still in the mix at Worldwide Studios,' says Sony
Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios’ (SCE WWS) Scott Rhode has moved to reassure gamers that The Last Guardian is still on the horizon.
MLB 14: The Show lines up for release on May 6
Batter’s up folks! As the release date for the next-generation debut of the much-loved baseball-sim, MLB: The Show, has been announced.
FRIDAY, MARCH 14
Titanfall PS4: EA 'sorry' for lack of Sony console release
Electronic Arts is apparently ‘sorry’ for not bringing its Xbox-exclusive mech romp Titanfall to PlayStation platforms.
PS4 sales edge out Xbox One in February
According to VentureBeat, NPD data shows that Sony is still riding high on the success of the PlayStation 4, but the company's lead in February was very slim.
The Last of Us has sold 6 million copies
Sony has revealed that Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us has sold over six million copies worldwide.
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