With Christmas only a few days away, the folks over at PlayStation have a few more digital stocking stuffers to dish out with one last weekly update of new games for 2014. The PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 are all getting a little something under the tree this week, with the highlight being the launch of Switch Galaxy Ultra on the PS4 and Sony’s portable device.
Following a big weekend at The PlayStation Experience full of big game announcements for 2015, it's important to remember that there are still plenty of games left to come out between now and the end of the year. Like Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, for instance, launching this week for the PlayStation 4 alongside nearly a dozen other titles for Sony platforms.
The folks at Zen Studios have finally returned to the pages of Marvel comics for their latest creation in Zen Pinball 2. It's themed after Spider-Man's black-suit-wearing nemesis, Venom, and it might just be the most difficult table they've ever created.
Housemarque fans are going to busy in the coming months, as news is coming down the pipeline that their PS4 hit, Resogun is coming to the PlayStation Vita and PS3 alongside a new “Defenders” update and, oh yeah, an upgraded version of the phenomenal Stardust is slated to release on the PS4 in 2015.
PlayStation is doing the holidays right, gifting gamers with four weeks’ worth of discounts in a special “Holiday Sale,” which is currently underway. If you’re looking to buy some new games, movies or TV shows on the cheap, you’ll want to give this one a gander.
The first week of December is upon us and with it comes a selection of eight new (and not-so-new) games for you to grab on your PlayStation 4, PS3 or Vita. At the front of the pack you’ll find The Crew, speeding onto Sony’s latest home console with cars and tracks aplenty.
Sony is celebrating Thanksgiving and Black Friday with a special Co-Op Sale. During the weekend-long event, they're slashing prices on numerous multiplayer games for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.
The new PS Vita ad, the one featuring a sultry British actress, has come under fire. Why? Because of the innuendo in the video. The euphemisms for some of those spoken acts have caused enough outrage to get Sony to pull the ad.
When you play a classic fantasy-based RPG, there are certain things you can usually rely on: Multiple classes with their own strengths and weaknesses, a tale of a tyrant being overthrown by a rag-tag band of reluctant heroes, loot, treasure, boss fights and interesting environments to explore. Rollers of the Realm--recently released for the PlayStation 4, Vita and PC--offers all of the above. What sets it apart from other RPGs, however, is the fact that it’s actually a pinball game.
Fans of parkour, hidden blades and hoodies have a lot to be excited about this week as not one, but two Assassin’s Creed games make their way to market. But like the stealthy killers in Assassin’s Creed: Unity, these bad boys won’t be traveling alone as a new Lego Batman game hits the physical and virtual shelves, as well as a new Digimon brawler and several download-only titles for PlayStation consoles.
It’s another packed week of releases on the PlayStation Network, starting with what is likely to be one of the biggest games of the year: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. For those of you who prefer to steer clear of gritty first-person shooters, you can also look forward to The Binding of Isaac, Disney Infinity 2.0 and more.
One of the year's big PlayStation Vita exclusives, Freedom Wars arrives this week on the PlayStation Network, alongside several seasonally appropriate games for those of you looking to get into the Halloween spirit.
PSN is celebrating Halloween with a massive sale. Various monster-themed games on PS3, PS4 and PS Vita are available at a discount for the next two weeks.
Sony is getting to the point where it hosts PlayStation flash sales on a pretty regular basis and, this week, the October Flash Sale is offering 20 discounted games and 30 discounted movies for a limited time. Break out the wallets, folks, and get ready to lighten that bank account.
At first glance, the new PlayStation Vita brawler, Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus, appears to be nothing more than a stereotypical fanservice game, overflowing with innuendo, sexually suggestive artwork and breast physics that make a waterbed caught in an earthquake look tame.