If I fall in battle, at least I know that my children, my children’s children, and my children’s children’s children will carry on my work. Such is the life of an adventurer in Rogue Legacy, launching this week for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
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.
Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed will be making its way to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita Stateside next month but, as of today, the team at XSEED Games has announced that the PlayStation 4 version will also be arriving this holiday season.
The PlayStation Play 2014 summer promotion has gone live, once again highlighting four indie games and offering pre-order discounts for Plus subscribers, as well as money back depending on how many of the games you purchase. This year’s crop of titles includes Rogue Legacy, The Swapper, Hohokum and CounterSpy.
Pinball Arcade is set to expand on PlayStation consoles as FarSight Studios announces four new tables coming to the PlayStation 4, PS3 and Vita, as well as a licensing agreement for the single most requested table so far, Addams Family.
Get ready to start filling up your hard drive on PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita, because Sony just pulled back the curtain on a weekend flash sale offering loads of PlayStation Network and PlayStation Classics for just a dollar apiece.
Skullgirls Encore, the hit indie fighter from Lab Zero Games, is primed to step onto the stage for another round of battles as the developer announces impending launches on both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Now fighting fans will be able to duke it out as their favorite violent vixens via Sony’s latest home and portable consoles.
Rogue Legacy, appropriately enough, is about to be inherited by a whole new family of platforms as developer Cellar Door Games announced an impending launch on the PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
The summer drought has officially set in at PlayStation Land, as Sony’s trio of home and portable consoles offer up only a handful of new releases this week, most of which will only draw interest from their respective niche audiences.
One part Shadow of the Colossus, one part old-school Zelda and one part original ideas, Titan Souls is headed to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita early next year as part of Devolver Digital’s uber push to get more indie games into the hands of more players.
Electronic Arts' Chief Operating Officer, Peter Moore, really let loose a bevy cache of thoughts in a recent interview, discussing and explaining why the company is moving in the direction it's currently headed in.
Freedom Wars is supposed to hit US Vitas sometime this year and, to help get everyone ready for the hunting game that combines swordplay, third-person shooting and high-flying acrobatics, SCEA Associate Project Manager Nick Accordino has pulled back the curtain on a brand new trailer focusing on the game’s story.
The summer slump is finally setting in on the PlayStation Network, meaning gamers will have slimmer pickings to choose from in this week’s batch of new game releases. What’s on tap is pretty decent, though, including an updated version of Guacamelee, the new Dynasty Warriors Gundam game, as well as Child of Light for the Vita.
This week’s haul includes a copy of Mutant Mudds Deluxe for the PlayStation Vita, savings on a ton of titles, as well as a special gift for Blacklight: Retribution players to help celebrate the game’s transition out of beta.
With Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland, this 2010 PlayStation 3 romp from Gust and Tecmo Koei has been given several upgrades for players new and old to sink their teeth into, including new story content, enhanced graphics, and even a release of the PlayStation Vita.