Hi everyone! We’re teaming up with The Game Awards to celebrate the best video games of 2015 with sweet deals on TGA nominees. Starting now, pick up some of this year’s most acclaimed titles, from Batman Arkham Knight to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt — all for up to 60 percent off.
Posted by Chieh Chen on Nov 26, 2015
Hi everyone! Black Friday starts now on PlayStation Store. Skip the madness of the busiest shopping day of the year, but don’t wait too long – these deals end Monday, November 30th. And don’t forget, our 10% Storewide Coupon can be combined with any and all current promotions.
Posted by Travis Shrodes on Sep 01, 2015
Hey everyone, it’s T.K. back again on PlayStation.Blog. I’ve had the pleasure of being able to peek in time-to-time to talk about the latest and greatest titles from Konami on PlayStation platforms, but today by far outranks them all. I am incredibly proud to announce the launch of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on PS4 and PS3, available today on disc and via PlayStation Store.
Posted by Ryan Clements on Aug 27, 2015
Board games? Card games? And adorable animals?! Yes, Armello has it all, and it’s launching on PS4 next week.
Posted by Dalton Link on Nov 15, 2013
Metal Gear Solid and PlayStation are two brands that have been bound for greatness since the beginning. And isn’t it fitting that, in the wake of the eighth Metal Gear game to grace PlayStation, we’ve decided to go back to the start, in a big, big way.
Metal Gear Solid is not only an amazing PlayStation title, it’s one of the most quintessential video game experiences in the medium’s history. It’s been in the Smithsonian, graced the pages of the Guinness Book of World Records, and made almost every video game journalist’s top list of must-play games every year since its creation.
Posted by Dalton Link on May 17, 2013
From the frozen Alaskan tundra to the jungles of Russia, the Metal Gear series has covered nearly every corner of the globe, with a story spanning over 50 years of history and four generations of consoles. And for the first time in series history, every core title will be available in a single box, starting July 9th,2013 on PS3.
One of the worst ways to realize you’re getting old is when something you hold dear reaches a certain age. That being said, Metal Gear celebrates its 25th anniversary this month.
The Metal Gear series, although not originally created for PlayStation consoles, began to reach its current level of popularity in 1998 when Metal Gear Solid was released on the original PlayStation.
We met with Hideo Kojima to talk about his thoughts on the series’ landmark games, and to discuss what’s in store for the future’s franchise.
Metal Gear — 1987 (MSX2)
Hideo Kojima: This is the year I began working in the video game industry, as a game designer and planner. I was very young — among the first generation in the industry in Japan.