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The weekend is upon us and, as is becoming commonplace around the PlayStation Network, that means it’s time for yet another flash sale on games for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. What sets this sale apart from the pack is that loads of games are on offer for up to 80 percent off, meaning you can grab a bunch titles for as low as $5 a pop.
It promises to be an extremely eclectic week on the PlayStation Network, with standalone adventure The Last of Us: Left Behind arriving on both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 as a digital title. It’ll be joined by a bunch of indie games, as well as an arcade classic and yet another HD remaster of a couple of Final Fantasy games.
The alternate history of Wolfenstein: The New Order is about to get a new chapter in the form of a standalone digital follow-up, The Old Blood, which leads the charge of new content heading to the PlayStation Network this week.
If you’re looking to buy a bunch of Japan-inspired games at a fraction of the usual cost, then you’ll want to swing by the PlayStation Network storefront sometime in the next seven days. It’s Golden Week across the pond and, to celebrate, PSN shoppers can expect savings of up to 75 percent off on dozens of games from Japanese developers, as well as games that have a distinctly Japanese vibe.
This week’s Spring Fever lineup on the PlayStation Network has a particular set of skills. These skills include discounts on the Call of Duty series, the new indie title Shovel Knight, as well as the Taken movie franchise.
The PlayStation Network will be home to an eclectic mix of games this week, including the indie darling, Shovel Knight, as well as an intriguing side-scrolling spinoff to a popular AAA series called Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China.
March was a big month for the unexpected hit on PlayStation Network, especially if you happened to be a game called Bloodborne. In a crowded month of big releases from both the AAA and indie markets, as well as a few of late February’s big performers continuing to sell well, From Software’s punishing adventure game reigned supreme.
This week, the PlayStation Network launch lineup is all about blood, guts and two legendary words: Finish him. Accompanied by a collection of new indie titles, Mortal Kombat X finally brings the fight to the masses when it launches this Tuesday, April 14, across PSN.
It's another surprisingly busy week on the PlayStation Network with yet another eclectic mix of gaming experiences to carry you into the summer. On offer are a pair of baseball games, a metroidvania indie darling, a couple of old-school classics and even a cricket game for those of you who know what the heck a wicket is.
Just a word of warning: the PlayStation Network is going down for maintenance the day before Bloodborne launches. However, the downtime will be very, very limited and is designed to improve the networks's behind-the-scenes mechanics.
There's something for just about everyone launching on the PlayStation Network this week, including a new(ish) Final Fantasy game, a PS3 wrestler, a couple of old school classics, a vertically scrolling shooter and one of the few AAA games to launch so far in 2015, Battlefield Hardline.
This weekend Sony revealed the sales charts for PSN in February. Both PS4 and PS3 sales were topped by games that weren't new releases.
Sony took a big risk with Powers, its first ever piece of serialized, scripted content to launch exclusively for the PlayStation Network. Given that setup, I wouldn't blame anyone for rolling their eyes at the thought of original programming for a service typically devoted to video games. Color me surprised, then, to find that I really enjoyed the first trio of episodes.
If you think running a multi-million dollar online network service is easy pie, think again. Both the Xbox One and PlayStation Network require a lot of infrastructure maintenance, especially when they keep getting hit with DDoS attacks. In the case of Sony, these attacks happen every day.