Joe takes a look at Insomniac's new co-op shooter to see if it cuts the mustard.
Resistance developer Insomniac Games has announced a new free-to-play strategy game.
Phil Harrison, ex-Sony CEO, has been confirmed as the President of Infogrames. Phil will try to lead the company back to profit.
The Church has publicly forgiven Sony for their involvement with Resistance: Fall of Man on the PlayStation 3 after the game failed to win any BAFTAs.
Apparently Sony meant to set expectations high with the controversial Killzone 2 trailer in 2005 and wasn't lying about the quality of the finished product.
Square Enix head honcho, John Yamamoto, reckons the recent price cut on the PS3 isn't enough. What do you reckon?
The new 80GB PS3 is confirmed to have 'limited backwards compatibility' thanks to a switch to the European software BC mode.
Sony streamlines and lightens the PS2, whilst letting Europeans know just what to expect in terms of PS3 price cuts. Is Sony going to be nice to Europe for once?
Rumours are a-flyin' on golden wings that Sony will cut the price of the PS3 by $100USD next week. Could the hare finally have woken up and realised it's in last place?
Sony says it won't buy exclusive games for the PS3, but will instead earn exclusive games on the merit of its hardware.
Sony's newest PSP firmware update doesn't just give it PS3 connectivity. The little device gets a shot in the arm as the speed bumps up, too.
Insider information indicates Sony will re-incorporate force feedback into the SixAxis controller once it has figured out how.
UK Prime Minister (for now), Tony Blair, has publicly criticised Sony for using Manchester Cathedral in a violent PS3 game.
Sony has come under fire from The Church of England for supposedly desecrating Manchester Cathedral in-game.
Peter Edwards, executive producer for Home on the PS3, lets the world know that Home will be just like the real world.
Joe Martin has a think about the culture of smack-talk and it's place in gaming as whole, complete with embarrassing stories from his past.