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.
Igor Baksht thought he was buying a PlayStation 4 from Walmart. Instead, he was buying a box of rocks.
Hackers took down Xbox Live and PSN, ruining Christmas day for a lot of gamers. An unlikely hero came to the rescue to get things restored. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
GameStop wants to make the most of the Christmas and holiday weekend by getting gamers to spend any and all their gift money on new and used games and consoles. In fact, they even have a special buy two, get one free sale going on right now and through the weekend to entice fence-sitters.
Bungie hoped to give out Christmas gifts to Destiny players. That didn't happen on Thursday but don't lose hope.
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.
Sony has made the controversial movie The Interview available for digital viewing right now. You can check out the movie right now over on YouTube, via the Google Play digital distribution service, as well as the Xbox home consoles. The Interview is also scheduled to appear on the PlayStation Network, soon.
A 30th Anniversary documentary was released for Naughty Dog to celebrate the company's rise and continued success over the years. The video highlights the scrappy, indie-start of the company as it rose through the ranks to become one of the most recognized entertainment studios the world around.
PlayStation and Xbox gamers alike are having a rough Christmas. Both Xbox Live and PSN have been disrupted by DDoS attacks.
The shift of many big games into 2015 definitely created a drought in the later half of 2014, but it also raised a lot of anticipation and excitement for the games we're expecting to see land on store shelves and digital storefronts over the course of the next 12 months. So whether they were delayed or not, here are the 15 games set to release in 2015 that we can't wait to play.
Capcom is getting in on the cross-buy phenomenon by offering PlayStation owners the opportunity to get their hands on Resident Evil HD for the PS3 and PS4 for a single price... but there's a catch.
It looks like Sony is serious about making PlayStation games available to standard console owners and non-traditional gamers alike.
Gearbox Software has launched Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's holiday event. Special Mercenary Day activities will be available to all players for the next two weeks.
Sony has been hosting weekly sales on PSN throughout the holiday season. Today the last of these sales goes live with the PlayStation Store update.