PlayStation Network's latest round of weekend discounts focuses on the little guys. Instead of putting the huge hits on sale, Sony's offering deals on many of the best indies on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.
After all the heartache PSN users suffered over the holiday season due to the DDoS attacks on the PlayStation Network servers, Sony has finally come through with their “I'm sorry” discount. The apology comes in the form of a 10% off sale on select content over the weekend.
The 2015 release calendar finally gets rolling this week, with the PlayStation Network offering up a sizable amount of content spread across multiple genres. Expect to revisit the over-the-top antics of Saints Row IV with a massive new DLC update, some microscopic puzzle action, a remade horror classic and even a new RPG that pays homage to the beloved Earthbound.
It looks like 2014 was a big year for Sony, with loads of games launching across its multiple digital platforms including the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and even old school favorites like PlayStation Classics. For those of you who are curious to know which titles lit up the virtual market the brightest, a new list has all of the details concerning the PlayStation Store’s top sellers for the past year.
You may have some problems using PlayStation Network's features this week. Don't worry, though: this downtime is due to scheduled maintenance rather than any kind of foul play.
Sony is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the original PlayStation with a huge PSN sale. The Anniversary Sale includes discounts on over 60 titles across PlayStation platforms.
For those of you who haven’t taken your PlayStation 4 online just yet and find yourself wondering what all the fuss is about when it comes to multiplayer gaming, this weekend will afford you the opportunity to tackle a no-risk trial, as PSN opens up to the masses for three short days.
PSN was down for several days during the holidays due to a DDoS attack. Today Sony announced how they're going to compensate PlayStation gamers for this prolonged outage.
Gamers were seriously frustrated by the PSN downtime over the holidays. One teenager went so far as to call 911 over the outage.
Following the Christmas attacks against Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network, it appears as if the FBI is getting involved with the hackers responsible for the attacks. This could spell bad news for the kids who ruined Christmas for Xbox and PlayStation owners.
For those of you who happened to get a shiny new PlayStation console for Christmas but feared that, thanks to network outages, you would be unable to take advantage of holiday sales, you can rest a little bit easier now. Sony has announced that it will be extending its recent seasonal and Flash Sale, giving everybody a chance to pick up some games, movies and television shows on the cheap.
PlayStation Network still isn't back to normal. Four days after the network was hit by a DDoS attack, many PlayStation gamers are still having trouble connecting to the online service.
The hacker group Lizard Squad brought down Xbox Live and PSN with a DDoS attack over Christmas. In a new interview, one of the members explained why they decided to take the networks offline.
The hack attack that happened around Christmas to both the Xbox Live and PlayStation Network have supposedly subsided. However, Sony is still having trouble getting PSN back up and running in working order.
PlayStation Network and Xbox Live were both offline on Christmas Day following DDoS attacks by hackers known as Lizard Squad. Many gamers will be able to use their consoles normally today, though, thanks to a surprise intervention.