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It’s almost time! Watch PlayStation livestream E3 worldwide over four double-stuffed days, kicking off with tonight’s PlayStation E3 2014 Press Conference (available in nine languages!) at 5:45pm Pacific/8:45pm Eastern. Don’t miss out — it’s one of the biggest events on the annual PlayStation calendar.
E3 is nearly upon us! We squeeze out one last diamond of a pre-show-show: John Hardin and Robert Stone reveal Atlus’s E3 lineup, new releases for June 10th, my obsession with Watch_Dogs’ multiplayer mode and more. Huzzah!
E3 2014 is almost upon us! Continuing our annual tradition, PlayStation will livestream the full PlayStation E3 2014 Press Conference on Monday, June 9th at 6:00pm Pacific / 9:00pm Eastern, beginning with a quick pre-show 15 minutes prior. You’ll be able to watch right here on PlayStation.Blog, PlayStation.com, or Ustream. RSVP here if you know what’s good for you.
Why watch PlayStation’s E3 Press Conference on a puny browser window when you can see it on the silver screen? On June 9th, we’re inviting PlayStation fans in the US and Canada to experience the E3 press conference in a new way – live, on a massive screen in more than 40 movie theaters.
Delirious with the first signs of impending E3 madness, we forge ahead to bring you the new releases for Tuesday May 27th, chat about Transistor, and ladle out colorful dollops of Hohokum insight from creators Ricky Haggett and Dick Hogg. Enjoy!
PS4/PS3/Vita co-op shooter Helldivers and PS4 indie Chasm take center stage on today’s tardy (sorry!) show. Listen in for first details on the new North American game releases for May 20th, new listener letters and the usual shenanigans.
Our indiestravaganza continues with windy interviews on PS4/PS Vita blood brothers The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth and Aztez, as well as all of those new releases in North America for May 14th, listener letters and voicemails, plus movie talk From Here to Eternity. And nary a Dark Souls mention! Except for that one.
This week saw the long-awaited release of the new PS Vita, which features a slimmer, lighter design, enhanced battery life, and 1GB of onboard storage, in addition to a host of subtle refinements. We caught up with two key individuals responsible for the new PS Vita design — Taichi Nokuo, UX Platform Design Group for the SCE Corporate Design Center, and Mika Nagae, Strategy and Product Planning Dept — to learn more about how this elegant overhaul came to be.