Jim Ryan

PlayStation’s Ex Head of 3rd Party Joins Nintendo AAA 3rd Party Team as Switch 2 Approaches - wccftech.com - Japan
wccftech.com
12.04.2024

PlayStation’s Ex Head of 3rd Party Joins Nintendo AAA 3rd Party Team as Switch 2 Approaches

While he may not be as well known as, say, Jim Ryan, longtime PlayStation fans will no doubt recognize the name Gio Corsi. As PlayStation’s former senior director of third party production, Corsi spearheaded a lot of initiatives – he was particularly noted as a booster of the PS Vita and was responsible for bringing a lot of Japanese Vita titles to a worldwide audience. He also was responsible for jumpstarting interest in the Yakuza/Like a Dragon franchise worldwide after the series initially kind of sputtered out in the West.

Here’s The Reason Japan’s Game Industry Is Raising Salaries Instead of Laying Off Workers - gameranx.com - Usa - Japan
gameranx.com
04.04.2024

Here’s The Reason Japan’s Game Industry Is Raising Salaries Instead of Laying Off Workers

So, we’re in the second year of an ongoing wave of layoffs in the video game industry. If you paid attention to a broader level something like this has also been happening in the tech industry as a whole, but for video games, it’s meant hundreds of very talented and valuable people losing their jobs.

Sony 'Fixes' PlayStation Portal Hack That Let It Run PSP Games - gamerant.com
gamerant.com
03.04.2024

Sony 'Fixes' PlayStation Portal Hack That Let It Run PSP Games

After Google engineers hacked the PlayStation Portal to run PSP games natively, Sony fixed the bug, removing this unintended functionality from its latest handheld. The fix had a helping hand from engineers Andy Nguyen and Calle Svensson when the former said they «responsibly reported the issues to PlayStation,» allowing Sony to find and patch the bug.

New PlayStation CEO Hiroki Totoki Starts Temporary Role Today | Push Square - pushsquare.com - Usa - Japan
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03.04.2024

New PlayStation CEO Hiroki Totoki Starts Temporary Role Today | Push Square

Sony president Hiroki Totoki will today step into his new role as PlayStation CEO following Jim Ryan's retirement after a more than 30-year tenure at the company. While retaining his duties across the wider business, Totoki's main objective will be to aid the search for a true successor to Jim Ryan while defining «the next chapter of PlayStation's future».

PlayStation 2 Has Sold 160 Million Units, As Revealed By Jim Ryan - gameranx.com - Japan
gameranx.com
01.04.2024

PlayStation 2 Has Sold 160 Million Units, As Revealed By Jim Ryan

Jim Ryan shared one last thing about PlayStation, that was clearly for the fans.

Sony Group CFO & COO Hiroki Totoki Is PlayStation’s CEO, Starting Today - gameranx.com - Japan
gameranx.com
01.04.2024

Sony Group CFO & COO Hiroki Totoki Is PlayStation’s CEO, Starting Today

Hiroki Totoki officially takes control of PlayStation as their interim CEO, starting today, April 1, 2024.

Sony president Hiroki Totoki officially begins his role as interim CEO of PlayStation - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
01.04.2024

Sony president Hiroki Totoki officially begins his role as interim CEO of PlayStation

Sony president, COO and CFO Hiroki Totoki officially begins his role as interim CEO of PlayStation today.

PS5 is “Well on Track” to be Sony’s “Most Successful Console Ever” – Jim Ryan - gamingbolt.com
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01.04.2024

PS5 is “Well on Track” to be Sony’s “Most Successful Console Ever” – Jim Ryan

Sony hasn’t really missed a beat in its transition from the PS4 to the PS5 where hardware sales are concerned, with the company’s current-gen console consistently selling solid numbers, and though it’s highly unlikely that it will manage to beat the PS2’s lifetime sales total of 160 million units, outgoing PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan says that the PS5 is still very much on track to become the company’s “most successful console ever” by other metrics.

Jim Ryan Leaves PlayStation as PS5 Set to Become Its 'Most Successful Console Ever' | Push Square - pushsquare.com
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31.03.2024

Jim Ryan Leaves PlayStation as PS5 Set to Become Its 'Most Successful Console Ever' | Push Square

Today marks the end of Jim Ryan's 30-year tenure at Sony Interactive Entertainment. Having climbed the ladder of the company all the way to the top, his five-year stint as CEO has now drawn to a close, with Hiroki Totoki temporarily taking over until a permanent replacement is found. Speaking on the latest Official PlayStation Podcast, Ryan has one last interview, in which he comments on the platform's evolution, his career, and his thoughts on the PS3 boomerang controller. It's worth a listen.

Celebrate Jim Ryan's Legacy with Iconic Digital Bobblehead | Push Square - pushsquare.com - Australia - city Tokyo
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31.03.2024

Celebrate Jim Ryan's Legacy with Iconic Digital Bobblehead | Push Square

A stunning digital tribute to outgoing PlayStation bigwig Jim Ryan is now available for those who wish to celebrate the suit's legacy — in style. Players can pick up the collectable, posed like a modern-day Napoleon, through the digital platform PlayStation Stars; all you have to do is play a game Ryan «championed» during his tenure.

Former PlayStation Boss Reveals Updated PS2 Sales Numbers - gamerant.com
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30.03.2024

Former PlayStation Boss Reveals Updated PS2 Sales Numbers

Jim Ryan, now retired CEO and President of Sony Interactive Entertainment, proudly shared that over 160 million PlayStation 2 consoles have been sold since the system first came out. Ryan was interviewed on the official PlayStation Podcast, where he talked about his experiences with the company and its direction for the future. He joined Sony in 1994, and oversaw the release of many products, including the PlayStation 2.

Jim Ryan says PS5 is ‘well on track’ to be Sony’s most successful console ever - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
30.03.2024

Jim Ryan says PS5 is ‘well on track’ to be Sony’s most successful console ever

Jim Ryan has said that the PlayStation 5 is on track to be Sony’s most successful console “across multiple vectors.”

Jim Ryan claims Sony has sold 160M PlayStation 2 consoles - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
30.03.2024

Jim Ryan claims Sony has sold 160M PlayStation 2 consoles

Outgoing Sony boss Jim Ryan has claimed that the PlayStation 2 has now sold 160 million units.

PlayStation 2 Has Sold 160 Million Units Worldwide - gamingbolt.com - Japan
gamingbolt.com
30.03.2024

PlayStation 2 Has Sold 160 Million Units Worldwide

Outgoing Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO, Jim Ryan, has revealed that the PlayStation 2 has continued to be the best-selling console for the company. Ryan revealed in a recent episode of the official PlayStation Podcast that the PS2 has sold 160 million units worldwide.

March 29 is the End of an Era for PlayStation - gamerant.com - Usa - city Santa Monica
gamerant.com
29.03.2024

March 29 is the End of an Era for PlayStation

PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan is working his final day as the head of Sony's gaming giant, as the executive is set to retire from the company on March 29. Ryan was promoted to the position in 2019 and led PlayStation through some of its most successful years.

PlayStation releases digital Jim Ryan bobblehead as nod to his career - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
25.03.2024

PlayStation releases digital Jim Ryan bobblehead as nod to his career

PlayStation has released a digital Jim Ryan bobblehead to commemorate the exec's time at the company.

PlayStation has released a Jim Ryan digital bobblehead to celebrate his career - videogameschronicle.com - Britain
videogameschronicle.com
24.03.2024

PlayStation has released a Jim Ryan digital bobblehead to celebrate his career

A digital Jim Ryan bobblehead has been released to celebrate his career at PlayStation.

PlayStation veteran Connie Booth joins EA to oversee its action-RPG portfolio - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
19.03.2024

PlayStation veteran Connie Booth joins EA to oversee its action-RPG portfolio

PlayStation's former head of internal game production Connie Booth, who departed Sony last October after nearly three decades, has joined EA to to oversee its action-RPG portfolio.

"I see consolidation to be the enemy of creativity," says former PlayStation chief Shawn Layden, as Jim Ryan says he was "thrilled" to sign Microsoft's Call of Duty deal - gamesradar.com - Saudi Arabia
gamesradar.com
14.03.2024

"I see consolidation to be the enemy of creativity," says former PlayStation chief Shawn Layden, as Jim Ryan says he was "thrilled" to sign Microsoft's Call of Duty deal

Former PlayStation boss Shawn Layden says he sees "consolidation to be the enemy of creativity," as the company's outgoing boss Jim Ryan shares his enthusiasm for Microsoft's Call of Duty deal with PlayStation.

Jim Ryan Explains He Was “Absolutely Thrilled” With Call Of Duty Deal For PlayStation - gameranx.com - Britain - Eu
gameranx.com
14.03.2024

Jim Ryan Explains He Was “Absolutely Thrilled” With Call Of Duty Deal For PlayStation

Jim Ryan made an interesting new statement in relation to the Call of Duty franchise, and really, Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard King.

Footage of Insomniac's seemingly cancelled live-service Spider-Man: The Great Web appears online - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
13.03.2024

Footage of Insomniac's seemingly cancelled live-service Spider-Man: The Great Web appears online

Footage of a purportedly cancelled co-operative live-service Spider-Man game from developer Insomniac — titled Spider-Man: The Great Web — has appeared online following last year's ransomware attack targeting the developer and its employees.

900 PlayStation Employees Laid Off, London Studio Closed | Push Square - pushsquare.com - Usa
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05.03.2024

900 PlayStation Employees Laid Off, London Studio Closed | Push Square

Sony has today confirmed around 900 PlayStation employees — or around eight per cent of its workforce — are being laid off in order to «future ready ourselves to set the business up for what lies ahead». As a result of the downsizing, PlayStation's own London Studio is being closed completely and Firesprite will be reduced in size. The staff reductions will also hit Naughty Dog, Insomniac Games, and Guerrilla Games. Some unannounced games have been cancelled.

Looks Like We're Nearing Peak PlayStation - tech.hindustantimes.com - Japan
tech.hindustantimes.com
04.03.2024

Looks Like We're Nearing Peak PlayStation

It should have been a victorious few weeks for Sony Group Corp.'s PlayStation 5. Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, arguably the console's first must-have exclusive title, has been released to rave reviews. Microsoft Corp. has just announced it will allow games previously exclusive to its Xbox machine on rival platforms, tantamount to an admission of defeat in the console wars. And reports swirled that a successor to Nintendo Co.'s Switch is still more than a year away. 

'I Stopped Believing in Myself': Game Developers Share the Human Impact of Over a Year of Mass Layoffs - ign.com
ign.com
01.03.2024

'I Stopped Believing in Myself': Game Developers Share the Human Impact of Over a Year of Mass Layoffs

Earlier this week, 900 individuals were laid off from Sony PlayStation. The affected studios included well-known developers Insomniac Games, Naughty Dog, and Guerrilla Games, with PlayStation London shutting down entirely.

PlayStation layoffs confirmed to have impacted Insomniac Games, the studio behind Marvel's Spider-Man - techradar.com
techradar.com
29.02.2024

PlayStation layoffs confirmed to have impacted Insomniac Games, the studio behind Marvel's Spider-Man

Insomniac Games has announced that it is also being affected by layoffs at Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) and PlayStation Studios. 

PlayStation layoffs explained: Which studios are impacted and why? - radiotimes.com
radiotimes.com
28.02.2024

PlayStation layoffs explained: Which studios are impacted and why?

It's a distressing time for the gaming industry. Yesterday, Sony Interactive Entertainment revealed it would be laying off a huge number of employees across the globe and closing a significant studio «in its entirety».

PlayStation lays off 900 workers - pcgamesinsider.biz - Britain
pcgamesinsider.biz
28.02.2024

PlayStation lays off 900 workers

Sony Interactive Entertainment is cutting around 900 members of staff from its workforce.

Sony to Cut 900 Jobs at PlayStation, Shut London Studio; Naughty Dog, Insomniac Hit With Layoffs - gadgets.ndtv.com - Usa - Japan - city London
gadgets.ndtv.com
28.02.2024

Sony to Cut 900 Jobs at PlayStation, Shut London Studio; Naughty Dog, Insomniac Hit With Layoffs

Japan's Sony is cutting about 900 jobs at its PlayStation unit and shutting a studio in London, it said on Tuesday as the videogame industry struggles to recover from a post-pandemic slump.

PlayStation is Laying Off About 900 People - gamerant.com
gamerant.com
27.02.2024

PlayStation is Laying Off About 900 People

PlayStation has announced layoffs across multiple studios, continuing a troubling trend for the gaming sector in 2024. The move is just the latest set of mass layoffs the gaming industry has faced in the past year. With PlayStation's latest announcement, it appears this trend is unlikely to slow down in the months ahead.

Twisted Metal Live Service Reportedly Cancelled Following PlayStation Layoffs - thegamer.com
thegamer.com
27.02.2024

Twisted Metal Live Service Reportedly Cancelled Following PlayStation Layoffs

A new Twisted Metal project has reportedly been cancelled as part of today's layoffs across Sony Interactive Entertainment. The Twisted Metal game, which was said to be a live service, was rumoured to be in developed at Firesprite, a Sony-owned studio that is affected by today's layoffs.

Sony announce 900 layoffs across Naughty Dog, Guerilla, Insomniac and PlayStation studios worldwide - rockpapershotgun.com - Britain - Usa - Japan - Announce
rockpapershotgun.com
27.02.2024

Sony announce 900 layoffs across Naughty Dog, Guerilla, Insomniac and PlayStation studios worldwide

Another day, another videogame company jettisoning a large number of people "who have contributed to our success" so as to position themselves for growth in the face of "challenging times". Today it's Sony's turn with the axe: the PlayStation publisher have announced plans to reduce their global workforce by about 8% or 900 people, so as "to future ready ourselves to set the business up for what lies ahead", in the words of outgoing president and CEO Jim Ryan.

Sony announces it’s cutting about 900 jobs, closing London studio - destructoid.com - Usa - Japan - Announces
destructoid.com
27.02.2024

Sony announces it’s cutting about 900 jobs, closing London studio

Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced today that the corporation will cut around 8% of its workforce, or more than 900 jobs. Also, in the announcement, they stated that PlayStation Studios London will be closing.

Mass layoffs hit Sony Interactive Entertainment – London Studio shutting down, Naughty Dog & Insomniac also affected - thesixthaxis.com - Britain - Usa
thesixthaxis.com
27.02.2024

Mass layoffs hit Sony Interactive Entertainment – London Studio shutting down, Naughty Dog & Insomniac also affected

Sony has announced mass layoffs across PlayStation Studios with 8% or around 900 people set to be made redundant across their worldwide studios. This will include the complete shutdown of London Studio, while Naughty Dog, Insomniac and other studios are affected as well.

PlayStation laying off 900 people, closing London Studio entirely - polygon.com - Britain - Usa - Japan
polygon.com
27.02.2024

PlayStation laying off 900 people, closing London Studio entirely

Sony Interactive Entertainment is laying off around 900 workers, or 8% of the company, outgoing president and CEO Jim Ryan said in a news release published on Tuesday. Employees from all regions — North America; Europe, the Middle East, and Africa; Japan; and Asia-Pacific — are impacted by the cuts, including several PlayStation development studios. London Studio, the in-house team that created the SingStar series, will close entirely, Ryan said.

Sony laying off 900 PlayStation employees, London Studio to close in its entirety - eurogamer.net - Britain - Usa
eurogamer.net
27.02.2024

Sony laying off 900 PlayStation employees, London Studio to close in its entirety

Sony is to lay off 900 people, equating to eight percent of its workforce. This reduction will see PlayStation Studios' London Studio close in its entirety, plus reductions made within Sony's Firesprite studio. There will also be reductions in various functions across SIE in the UK

PlayStation Studios head confirms projects cancelled in wake of layoffs - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
27.02.2024

PlayStation Studios head confirms projects cancelled in wake of layoffs

PlayStation Studios head Hermen Hulst has confirmed that some projects have been cancelled in the wake of layoffs across Sony Interactive Entertainment.

PlayStation lays off 900 people and shuts down London Studio - digitaltrends.com - Japan - city London
digitaltrends.com
27.02.2024

PlayStation lays off 900 people and shuts down London Studio

Sony is the latest company in the video game industry to announce massive layoffs in 2024. We’ve learned that Sony Interactive Entertainment is letting go of about 900 people across several studios; PlayStation’s London Studio will shut down as a result.

Sony Interactive Entertainment lays off 900 staff, closes London Studio - gematsu.com - Britain
gematsu.com
27.02.2024

Sony Interactive Entertainment lays off 900 staff, closes London Studio

Sony Interactive Entertainment will lay off about 900 employees across the globe, or about eight percent of its total workforce, the company announced. London Studio, which was developing an online cooperative combat game set in a fantasy London for PlayStation 5, will also close in its entirety as a result of the lay offs.

PlayStation is Laying off 900 People - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
27.02.2024

PlayStation is Laying off 900 People

Less than two months into 2024, it’s already been a brutal year for the games industry, with a number of companies having been hit with mass layoffs, resulting in thousands of jobs being cut across the industry. PlayStation has, sadly, now joined that worryingly ever-growing list.

Sony lays off 900 people, with reductions at Spider-Man, The Last of Us, and Horizon studios - gamesradar.com - Britain
gamesradar.com
27.02.2024

Sony lays off 900 people, with reductions at Spider-Man, The Last of Us, and Horizon studios

Sony is laying off 900 people, around 8% of its gaming workforce, outgoing president Jim Ryan has announced.

Sony is laying off 900 employees from its PlayStation unit - techcrunch.com - Japan
techcrunch.com
27.02.2024

Sony is laying off 900 employees from its PlayStation unit

Sony is laying off around 900 employees in its PlayStation division, the company announced on Tuesday. The cuts will impact 8% of the division’s global workforce, as Sony becomes the latest company to announce major cuts in recent weeks and months. Sony also announced that it will be closing its London Studio in the U.K.

PlayStation will shutter London Studios as they look to lay off ‘about 900’ employees around the globe - techradar.com - Britain
techradar.com
27.02.2024

PlayStation will shutter London Studios as they look to lay off ‘about 900’ employees around the globe

PlayStation has announced the intention to lay off roughly 8% of its current staff, affecting employees at multiple first-party studios around the world.

PlayStation Is Laying Off 900 Workers, Shutting Down London Studio Entirely - thegamer.com - Britain - Usa
thegamer.com
27.02.2024

PlayStation Is Laying Off 900 Workers, Shutting Down London Studio Entirely

PlayStation is laying off 900 workers. As part of this, it will shut down its London Studio entirely, likely cancelling its announced new IP. There will also be layoffs at other Sony-owned studios in the UK, including Firesprite studio, which it acquired in 2021.

PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan Recalls PS5 Launch Being His Greatest Challenge - gameranx.com - China
gameranx.com
22.02.2024

PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan Recalls PS5 Launch Being His Greatest Challenge

The PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X/S both launched at quite a hectic time in the world. We were dealing with a pandemic, a worldwide hit that forced so many changes and shutdowns. Fortunately, we’re past that and can look back at what we’ve learned both in terms of the virus and how companies can rely more on remote work to continue keeping productive. Jim Ryan, the CEO who stepped down from PlayStation, had the chance to speak more about this time with Variety.

PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan names God of War Ragnarök his favorite PS5 game - destructoid.com
destructoid.com
22.02.2024

PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan names God of War Ragnarök his favorite PS5 game

In September 2023, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan announced his departure. He will be succeeded by Sony’s current chief operating officer Hiroki Totoki, who Ryan expresses full confidence in. In an interview with Variety, he lists his favorite titles from each PlayStation generation for a little fun. Can’t say it’s a question that doesn’t pique my curiosity.

Exiting PS CEO Jim Ryan Grateful He Didn’t Work “In A Boring Industry” - gameranx.com - Britain - Usa - China
gameranx.com
22.02.2024

Exiting PS CEO Jim Ryan Grateful He Didn’t Work “In A Boring Industry”

Jim Ryan has shared what may be his final interview as CEO of PlayStation.

Sony president wants Bungie to be better at ‘assuming accountability for development timelines’ - videogameschronicle.com - Britain
videogameschronicle.com
20.02.2024

Sony president wants Bungie to be better at ‘assuming accountability for development timelines’

Sony president and PlayStation chairman Hiroki Totoki has said Bungie could be better at assuming responsibility for its development timelines.

PlayStation Decade-Low Profit Margins Worry Analysts Amid Runaway Game Budgets - wccftech.com - Japan
wccftech.com
20.02.2024

PlayStation Decade-Low Profit Margins Worry Analysts Amid Runaway Game Budgets

Sony’s most recent earnings report wasn’t a great one for the previously-strong-seeming PlayStation brand. As we reported, Sony downgraded their fiscal year 2024 (which runs from the beginning of April 2023 to the end of March 2024) target for PS5 sales from 25 million to 21 million. They also admitted that no major AAA franchise entries will be published over the course of this coming fiscal year. Needless to say, this wasn’t received that well, partly leading to a plunge in Sony stock that subtracted an estimated $10 billion from the Japanese company’s value.

PlayStation Chairman: There's Room for Improvement When It Comes to Business | Push Square - pushsquare.com
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20.02.2024

PlayStation Chairman: There's Room for Improvement When It Comes to Business | Push Square

Hiroki Totoki has a lot of titles at Sony; in addition to being president, COO, and CFO of the corporation, he's more recently stepped into the role of PlayStation chairman as Jim Ryan winds down his time at the company. He's among the company's top dogs, then — but what does he make of Sony Interactive Entertainment since he became more directly involved? Speaking on a recent earnings call, he seems happy with PlayStation's first-party teams, but has some concerns about the business side of things.

Our Favourite Cosplay at MCM Birmingham | Push Square - pushsquare.com - city Birmingham
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20.02.2024

Our Favourite Cosplay at MCM Birmingham | Push Square

Convention season is always a fun time for cosplay, and last year we visited MCM Birmingham, where we were blown away with the calibre of cosplays at the convention. With so many amazing costumes to look at, we somehow managed to snap some pics of incredible cosplays from gaming properties that we're here to share with you.

Expect more PlayStation games on PC as Sony reveals its plans "aggrssive" work on multiplatform releases - gamesradar.com
gamesradar.com
15.02.2024

Expect more PlayStation games on PC as Sony reveals its plans "aggrssive" work on multiplatform releases

The current chairman of Sony has revealed that the company plans to "proactively" work on multiplatform releases as part of an "aggressive" growth plan.

PlayStation boss says first-party PC releases will be part of "aggressive" growth plan - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
15.02.2024

PlayStation boss says first-party PC releases will be part of "aggressive" growth plan

Sony president and PlayStation chairman Hiroki Totoki has spoken of the opportunities available in its approach to releasing first-party games on PC, saying it's «proactively [working] on» bringing more titles to other platforms as part of an «aggressive» profit margin growth plan.

PlayStation won’t release any major first-party games before March 2025 - polygon.com
polygon.com
14.02.2024

PlayStation won’t release any major first-party games before March 2025

Sony won’t release any big, first-party, exclusive PlayStation 5 games in any of its existing franchises this year — or before the end of its next financial year in March 2025, the company admitted in its latest financial report.

Sony chairman says PlayStation's studios are full of "great creative minds" but need to understand business better - gamesradar.com
gamesradar.com
14.02.2024

Sony chairman says PlayStation's studios are full of "great creative minds" but need to understand business better

Sony's new chairman has been in his role for four months now, and his early impression is that PlayStation's studios need to understand business a bit better.

Incoming PlayStation Chairman Says They Don’t Understand “Overall Growth And Sustainable Profitability” - gameranx.com
gameranx.com
14.02.2024

Incoming PlayStation Chairman Says They Don’t Understand “Overall Growth And Sustainable Profitability”

Sony President, COO and CFO Hiroki Totoki was asked about his assessment of the company’s PlayStation division. He did not mince words.

PlayStation’s new chairman says its studios need to improve ‘when it comes to business’ - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
14.02.2024

PlayStation’s new chairman says its studios need to improve ‘when it comes to business’

PlayStation’s new chairman and Sony’s current president was asked for his early assessment working directly with the games business during an earnings call on Wednesday, and told listeners he believes its studios can improve “when it comes to business”.

Will Suicide Squad: KTJL Be Cross-Platform & Have Crossplay? - screenrant.com
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10.01.2024

Will Suicide Squad: KTJL Be Cross-Platform & Have Crossplay?

will follow Amanda Waller's Task Force X, a team comprised of some of the DC Universe's rogues as they battle DC's primary superhero team, the Justice League. The title takes place in the same universe as Rocksteady Games' games, but unlike those titles, is a third-person shooter that can be played solo with AI teammates, or with up to four players in online co-op. With the game's focus on online co-op, some are likely wondering if players will be restricted to playing with those on their chosen gaming platform, or if will have crossplay functionality.

YouTuber Builds A Nintendo PlayStation, Saves $300,000 - gamespot.com
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08.01.2024

YouTuber Builds A Nintendo PlayStation, Saves $300,000

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NCSoft's Project Skyline rumoured to be Horizon MMO, in the works for PC and Unreal Engine 5 - rockpapershotgun.com - North Korea
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02.01.2024

NCSoft's Project Skyline rumoured to be Horizon MMO, in the works for PC and Unreal Engine 5

Guild Wars publisher NCSoft's long-rumoured Horizon: Zero Dawn spin-off is a full-blown MMORPG codenamed Project Skyline, will run on Unreal Engine 5, and is coming to PC and mobile with a PS5 release still TBC, according to a brace of job listings and CVs fished from the post-apocalyptic robo-wilds of yonder internet. Also according to the said listings, it won’t be out for a while.

The 10 Biggest Gaming Stories Of 2023 - gameinformer.com
gameinformer.com
29.12.2023

The 10 Biggest Gaming Stories Of 2023

With the year almost behind us, it's hard not to look back at 2023 with conflicted feelings. It was a fantastic year for gamers at home with great tentpole releases from PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo, and some excellent indies, too. For years to come, we will all likely argue that 2023 was one of the best – if not the best – year for games. But it was also a terrible year for the people who make games, with more than 10,000 developers laid off, studios closed, and more. 

The best PlayStation games from 2023 - theverge.com - city New York
theverge.com
28.12.2023

The best PlayStation games from 2023

By Ash Parrish, a reporter who has covered the business, culture, and communities of video games for seven years. Previously, she worked at Kotaku.

IGN's Biggest Gaming, Entertainment, and Tech News Stories of 2023 - ign.com
ign.com
26.12.2023

IGN's Biggest Gaming, Entertainment, and Tech News Stories of 2023

Another year is almost over, and as the last days of December wind down, we're taking a look back at what's been a monumental year for the video game, entertainment, and tech industries.

PS5 success! Sony PlayStation 5 sales cross 50 million units on "strong momentum" in 2023 - tech.hindustantimes.com - Japan - city Tokyo
tech.hindustantimes.com
22.12.2023

PS5 success! Sony PlayStation 5 sales cross 50 million units on "strong momentum" in 2023

Sales of Sony's PlayStation 5 have crossed 50 million units, the Japanese electronics giant said, pointing to "strong momentum" this year for its flagship gaming console. The PS5 was launched in November 2020, with the world in the grip of the Covid pandemic, and its sales initially suffered because of widespread supply chain problems and a global chip shortage.

PS5’s November 2023 Was Sony’s Biggest November for PlayStation Sales Ever - wccftech.com
wccftech.com
21.12.2023

PS5’s November 2023 Was Sony’s Biggest November for PlayStation Sales Ever

PS5's November 2023 was Sony's biggest November for PlayStation sales to date, Sony Interactive Entertainment's Head of Global Business has said.

PS5 sales top 50 million - gematsu.com - Australia - Usa - South Korea - Japan - Canada - New Zealand - South Africa - Mexico
gematsu.com
20.12.2023

PS5 sales top 50 million

PlayStation 5 has surpassed 50 million units sold through to consumers, manufacturer Sony Interactive Entertainment announced.

PlayStation 5 sales have surpassed 50 million units - theverge.com
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20.12.2023

PlayStation 5 sales have surpassed 50 million units

By Emma Roth, a news writer who covers the streaming wars, consumer tech, crypto, social media, and much more. Previously, she was a writer and editor at MUO.

PS5 Hits 50 Million Sold, November 2023 Was Best Month In PlayStation History For Console Sales - gamespot.com
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20.12.2023

PS5 Hits 50 Million Sold, November 2023 Was Best Month In PlayStation History For Console Sales

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PS5 Sales Surpass 50 Million Units Worldwide; Tracking in on PS4 Time-Aligned Sales - wccftech.com
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20.12.2023

PS5 Sales Surpass 50 Million Units Worldwide; Tracking in on PS4 Time-Aligned Sales

PS5 sales have surpassed 50 million units globally, Sony has today announced.

PlayStation 5 hits 50m consoles sold - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
20.12.2023

PlayStation 5 hits 50m consoles sold

PlayStation 5 has now sold over 50m consoles worldwide since its launch in November 2020.

PS5 sells 50M units, a big milestone after a turbulent start - polygon.com
polygon.com
20.12.2023

PS5 sells 50M units, a big milestone after a turbulent start

Sony announced Wednesday that it has sold 50 million units of its PlayStation 5 console since the system launched three years ago. That puts the PS5 on pace with the PlayStation 4, which also hit the 50 million sales mark in 2016, just three years after Sony’s last-gen console launched in 2013.

Sony says PS5 has hit 50 million sales, just one week slower than PS4 did - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
20.12.2023

Sony says PS5 has hit 50 million sales, just one week slower than PS4 did

Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has claimed that PlayStation 5 sales have surpassed 50 million units worldwide.

Outgoing PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan Just Sold Some Of His Sony Stock - gameranx.com - Usa - Japan
gameranx.com
20.12.2023

Outgoing PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan Just Sold Some Of His Sony Stock

Playstation CEO Jim Ryan has recently sold a certain number of shares of his stock in the Sony.

PS5 sales hit 50 million worldwide - gamesindustry.biz - Usa
gamesindustry.biz
20.12.2023

PS5 sales hit 50 million worldwide

PlayStation 5 has sold 50 million consoles worldwide, Sony has announced.

Sony Really Is Concerned About Microsoft's Xbox Strategy Following the Activision Blizzard Buyout - ign.com
ign.com
19.12.2023

Sony Really Is Concerned About Microsoft's Xbox Strategy Following the Activision Blizzard Buyout

Following the devastating cyber security attack that targeted Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 developer Insomniac Games, leaked slides have revealed Sony’s internal concern at competitor Microsoft’s emerging strategy following its $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

Insomniac Employees' Personal Info Made Public In Historic 1.6 Terabyte Leak - thegamer.com
thegamer.com
19.12.2023

Insomniac Employees' Personal Info Made Public In Historic 1.6 Terabyte Leak

A ransomware group hacked Insomniac last week and threatened to sell the data it stole to the highest bidder if Sony didn't pay $2 million in Bitcoin. Seven days later, 1.3 million files are now public, totaling 1.67 terabytes, including the personal information of employees.

The Last of Us Multiplayer Game Has Been Cancelled, Naughty Dog Confirms - gadgets.ndtv.com
gadgets.ndtv.com
15.12.2023

The Last of Us Multiplayer Game Has Been Cancelled, Naughty Dog Confirms

The Last of Us multiplayer game has been cancelled. In a blog post, developer Naughty Dog confirmed that the development on the promised online experience within the post-apocalyptic universe, which it was calling ‘The Last of Us Online,' has been stopped. The astonishing news comes just a month after game director Vinit Agarwal assured fans that the project was still happening despite the numerous reported setbacks, including the laying off of 25 employees. One can't simply release a live-service game into the wild and expect it to thrive. It desperately needs post-launch content for years to come, indirectly impacting a studio which is otherwise known for creating memorable single-player narratives.

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