Today, Sony has finally revealed the launch titles for its new PlayStation Plus offerings. The catalog contains a collection of relatively recent heavy-hitters and a handful of classics.
Windows 11 in Release Preview adds urgent notifications bypass and more
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Windows 11 released to Dev Channel and ISO comes with File Explorer tabs
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In an interview to Famitsu, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan has confirmed that PlayStation 5 will not be backward compatible with the games released for PS1, PS2, or PS3.
Recently, a Ubisoft support page has come to light, revealing more information about backward compatibility on the PS5. Apparently, Sony's next-gen console won't be support games beyond the PS4 era.
This week, we're taking a look at Road Rash, the arcade bike combat/racing series developed by Electronic Arts back in the 1990s. Even today, the title is the epitome of vehicular combat.
A new report claims that Sony will allow the PlayStation 4 console to run PS1 and PS2 games via local software emulation, while PS3 games will be accessed via the cloud-based PlayStation Now service.