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Sony Pulls ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ From PlayStation Store, Offers Full Refunds

Sony has pulled 'Cyberpunk 2077' from the PlayStation Store after the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the CD Projekt game continued to be plagued by technical issues which has created a huge consumer backlash. 

‘Powers’ Renewed for Second Season at PlayStation (Exclusive)

The comic book drama was the first original scripted series for the Sony-owned video gaming console.

Sony’s PlayStation Network Links With Spotify for Music Service

Video and music services from Sony Entertainment Network will also be rebranded into the PlayStation Network.

Sony PlayStation’s ‘Powers’ Original Series Launches March 10

The first original live-action series for PlayStation Network will be available for members of Sony's PlayStation Plus service, but the first episode will be free for everyone at

U.K. Authorities Arrest 18-Year-Old Accused of Hacking Xbox Live, PlayStation Network

The man was also arrested in connection with false threats in the U.S.

PlayStation Network Offers Extension, Discount to Members Affected by Christmas Day Hack

Members lost holiday gaming time due to the outage, which hacking group Lizard Squad took credit for

PlayStation and XBox Networks Go Down, Hackers Claim Credit

As of Friday morning, XBox Live was mostly back up while PlayStation Network was still down

Cops Battle Supernatural Bad Guys in Sony’s First ‘Powers’ Trailer

Smashing a car window with your bare hands is not as easy as it looks

Teen Horror Film ‘Satanic’ Conjures Rights at Magnet Releasing

The 1980s "Satanic Panic" comes to the big screen

Sony Exec’s Flight Diverted After Hacker Group Claims Explosives On Board

The same group also took responsibility for Sony's PlayStation Network being down

Sharlto Copley, Michelle Forbes to Topline PlayStation’s ‘Powers’

They take over roles previously played by Jason Patric and Carly Foulkes in the FX take

Sony’s ‘Powers’ Move: Will PlayStation Become a TV Hub?

Is the decision to stream the comic book adaptation a one-off experiment or the first sign of a new, Netflix-style content player?