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Like clockwork, Sony has revealed the list of six games coming to PlayStation Plus for May, including a pair of title each for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. It’s an interesting mix, too, which means pretty much everybody should be able to find something to enjoy.
Koei Tecmo and Bird Studio have announced that the sequel to the hack-and-slash 3D action game, Dragon Quest Heroes 2, will launch on May 27 for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 as part of the celebration of the 30th anniversary for the Dragon Quest franchise.
The folks over at Pornhub have released their annual statistics, including information on which video game consoles are most frequently used to visit their website. The PlayStation brand holds a strong lead this year, with all of Sony's platforms accounting for about 52 percent of the total.
The PlayStation Network is set to undergo its usual restock on Tuesday afternoon. And this week, half of this month's new PlayStation Plus games will be added to the collection.
Sony and Polyphony Digital recently released Gran Turismo 6 for the PlayStation 3 earlier in the month. It's presumably the final game from Polyphony for the PS3 before heading upward and onward toward the PlayStation 4. Their simulated swansong for the PS3 gets compared to the Xbox 360 version of Forza Motorsport 4 and it doesn't look good for Gran Turismo 6.
Today it was revealed that the PlayStation 4 will have some measure of backwards compatibility via the Cloud. Sony will bring select “critically acclaimed” PlayStation 3 games to the PlayStation 4 via Gaikai, as reported by Siliconera.
Ratchet and his ever-wise-cracking mechanical compatriot, Clank, are all set to go on their next big adventure as Insomniac Games announces Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus is heading to PlayStation 3 on November 12th.
Sony and Naughty Dog released the alternate ending to The Last of Us. If you haven't played the game you probably don't want to watch it because it will spoil the game in ways you can't imagine (and really, you won't be able to imagine it once you see the video).
In years past, summer was always a slower time for new video game releases. That doesn't seem to be the case this year, as the PlayStation Network will once again have another packed week once the new update goes live Tuesday, July 15. Oodles of new PSN titles will be available, along with a few niche imports and this week's big hitter, Dynasty Warriors 8.
So we finally get to see the multiplayer for The Last of Us and what does it look like? It looks like 100 pounds of awesome trapped in a 50GB Blu-ray disc. With the game set for release on June 14th following the excitement of E3, this new gameplay video is a perfect way to keep the fervor going until next week.
The Last of Us is headed to the PlayStation 3 in just a few weeks and, let’s face it, if you’re gaming on Sony’s console, there’s a pretty good chance you’re going to want to pick this game up. Along with some new details on the season pass and additional bonuses, Naughty Dog has also announced that the pre-order option for the digital edition of the game is also now available.
We announced a couple of weeks ago that Urban Trial Freestyle will be coming to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita during Q1 of this year. Now developer Tate Interactive have returned to the internets to spill a few additional details concerning the Vita version of the game and what was changed to accommodate Sony’s portable device. As is commonly, and somewhat surprisingly, the case, the answer is “not a heck of a lot.”
While music games aren't as massive as they were a couple of years ago, the genre is still alive and kicking, as evidenced by the announcement that Everyone Sing will be heading to the PlayStation Network this Tuesday, Jan. 29, featuring 35 tracks spanning four decades' worth of music.
I don't know if this really means anything but Jesse McCartney, a once famous name uttered from the mouths of teeny boppers long ago and far away, has been spotted in an audio recording booth, providing English voice-over work for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix for the PlayStation 3.
For fans waiting to get their hands on Naughty Dog’s latest creation, The Last of Us, the game’s May 7 release date probably still feels like a long ways off. Thankfully, the developer has now announced that every copy of God of War: Ascension will grant access to an upcoming demo for The Last of Us, meaning you’ll only have to wait until March or so to at least get a small sampling of the game.