February is just around the corner, which means itís time to find out what games PlayStation Plus subscribers can expect to see added to their Instant Game Collections starting next Tuesday. Hereís a hint: A talking sword, a family of would be heroes and a trip through time exploring Japanís criminal underworld.
For those of you who havenít 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.
PlayStation Plus subscribers will start off 2015 with six free games. Sony confirmed all of the January freebies in an announcement this morning.
Pardon the pun, but the socially connected PlayStation 4 racing game, Driveclub has had a long and bumpy road. After several delays and a rocky launch, the slimmed down PlayStation Plus version has yet to arrive and, according to the developers, there's nothing resembling an ETA on when Sony's subscribers might actually get their hands on the game.
Sony has revealed that seven free games will be available through PlayStation Plus in October. The freebies range from small indies to a brand-new PS4 exclusive.
September begins in less than a week, which means itís once again time to check in at the PlayStation camp to find out whatís on the agenda for the Plus Instant Game Collection. Thereís some decent variety next month.
The PlayStation Network is hosting another sale, this time in honor of PAX Prime 2014. You can save up to 60 percent as an average Joe on 18 games, or up to 80 percent if youíre a PlayStation Plus subscriber. And there was much rejoicing.
Sony has announced the new set of free games coming to PlayStation systems in August. Six free games will be available for gamers with a PlayStation Plus subscription.
June's PlayStation Plus updates get rolling with three new titles for your Instant Game Collection this week, including Trine 2: Complete Story and PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate for the PlayStation 4, and NBA 2K14 for the PlayStation 3.
Itís kind of hard to believe, but it looks like PlayStation Plus will be improving yet again in June, including an extra PlayStation 4 title for your Instant Game Collection on a monthly basis, as well as a shotgun launch for all of the monthís games, rather than releasing one or two a week like in the past.
This week's PlayStation Plus offerings couldn't possibly be at further ends of the spectrum. One is a monochromatic indie puzzle platformer, Limbo, while the other is a bombastic AAA first-person shooter, Battlefield 4. There are also a few discounts to take advantage of this week, for those of you who like to save a few bucks.
A pair of new games enter the Instant Game Collection lineup as part of the weekly PlayStation Plus update, including the whimsical Puppeteer for the PlayStation 3 and the puzzle game, Surge Deluxe for the PlayStation Vita.
Itís Tuesday, which means it is once again time to take a look at the latest batch of offerings coming out of the PlayStation Plus camp. This week, fighting fans gaming on the PlayStation 3 can enjoy some good old fashioned fisticuffs with the addition of Skullgirls: Encore to the Instant Game Collection, while a ďFree to PlayĒ sale offers discounts on the for-pay portions of a bunch of gratis games.
From soccer to mind manipulation, this weekís latest offerings for the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection come from very different sides of the spectrum as the PlayStation 3 crowd gets to dive into Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 while PlayStation 4 gamers are afforded the opportunity to Stick it to the Man. Thereís also a healthy dose of discounts, including an Activision sale for those in need of a meatier backlog, all arriving this afternoon.