You can’t go a week these days without one digital distributor or another offering up some sort of themed sale and, this week, it looks like PlayStation is rolling back priced on games from and inspired by the beloved Japanese animation industry. Get ready for the Anime Sale, discounting games, TV shows and movies across the PlayStation Network.
It’s a brand new week, which means it is once again time for your weekly dose of gaming goodness coming to you directly from the PlayStation camp. Fast vehicles are joined this week by some portable platforming, a new RPG and a few indie titles that offer big experiences for a smaller price tag.
This week’s releases on the PlayStation Network are a mixed bag, offering up a revitalized classic from the PS1 era, card battles, bike races, zombies and furry critters toting big guns. That either lets you know a little something-something about tomorrow’s new launches or could be used to describe a perfect weekend.
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.
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.
The announcement hasn’t gone live on the PlayStation Blog just yet but, if the official PlayStation Youtube page is to be believed, it looks like we’ve got ourselves an early look at the Instant Game Collection offerings coming to PlayStation Plus in July, and it’s once again a pretty fantastic lineup.
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.
This week’s list of new game releases on PlayStation platforms offers a little something for everyone, including massive, transforming robots, adorable shopkeepers, fast cars, curveballs and, um, Farming Simulator 14?
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.
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.
It's yet another jam-packed week on the PlayStation Network this week as new games arrive for the PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, ranging from a brand new AAA first-person shooter and a highly anticipated indie game, to a slew of Japanese imports for the PSone and a beloved PlayStation 2 classic from the Shin Megami Tensei series.
From soccer to mind manipulation, this week’s 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. There’s also a healthy dose of discounts, including an Activision sale for those in need of a meatier backlog, all arriving this afternoon.
It’s Golden Week in Japan, but that doesn’t mean that gamers in the US have to feel like they’re being left out on the celebration. In honor of this annual holiday, the PlayStation Network will be offering up a killer sale featuring games created by Japanese developers.
The PlayStation Plus May Instant Game Collection is all about cutting free from the strings that control you, sticking it to the man and…playing soccer? It’s an eclectic mix across three platforms, meaning everyone gaming on the PlayStation 3, PS4 and/or Vita should have something to look for in the next 30-odd days, assuming you’re a Plus subscriber, of course.
It seems that Konami just realized every RPG fan wants a re-release of Suikoden 2. A new ESRB listing suggests that the game's coming to PSN.