Whether you’re blasting zombies to bits with a grenade or adding extra holes to the bodies of pirates with a bow and arrow, this week’s PlayStation Plus update offers action in spades with the release of Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition on the PlayStaiton 4 and Tomb Raider on the PlayStation 3.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, the PlayStation Plus update for March is looking dynamite, featuring a bunch of new games for the Instant Game Collection on Vita, an adventure with Lara Croft on the PlayStation 3, and a romp through the zombie apocalypse on the PlayStation 4
Heavy customization, track building and white-knuckle races make their way to the PlayStation Plus update this week as ModNation Racers: Road Trip for the Vita joins the Instant Game Collection. There are also a metric ton of sales on games for all three Sony consoles, in case you have a real hate-on for your savings account.
This week's PlayStation Plus update offers up a pair of titles; one for your home console and one for gamers on the go to enjoy. PlayStation 3 owners can enjoy a title that flew almost completely under the radar, the appropriately named Remember Me, while Vita gamers can kick and punch on a smaller scale thanks to a promotional copy of Street Fighter X Tekken.
Say what you will about the comedic stylings of one Dane Cook, the dude was spot-on about one thing: Pretty much everybody wants to be a part of one of those bank heists ripped from a big budget movie. This week, PlayStation Plus subscribers can do exactly that, as Payday 2 joins the Instant Game Collection for the PlayStation 3. There are also a few sales available, for those of you who fall in the small percentage of people who have never wanted to yell “Everybody, down on the floor!”
Things that go bump in the night will be the flavor of the week for PlayStation Plus as the Instant Game Collection gets a heaping helping of scare-tastic goodness with Metro: Last Light for the PlayStation 3 and Outlast on the PlayStation 4. There will also be a couple of discounts subscribers might want to take advantage of.
If you thought the January PlayStation Plus lineup was pretty outstanding (which it certainly was), then you may want to brace yourself for another dousing in awesome sauce as Sony announces upcoming titles for February, including a spot on the Instant Game Collection for games like Metro: Last Light, Outlast and Street Fighter X Tekken.
The Final PlayStation Plus update of January is upon us, bringing a free puzzle game for the PlayStation Vita, as well as discounts on just about every game with the words “Final Fantasy” in the title.
The first big PlayStation Plus update of 2014 is a nice one that, while light on the whole discounts side of things, makes up for it with a brand new title for the Instant Game Collection on the PlayStation 3, DmC: Devil May Cry, and the PlayStation 4, Don't Starve.
With January 2014 right around the corner, Sony has now revealed the first batch of PlayStation Plus offerings for the New Year and boy-howdy is this list a doozy, sporting a brand new indie title for the PS4, one of the biggest games of last year for the PS3 and more.
Twas the night before Christmas and all through PSN, not much was stirring, and thus the rhyme ends. Okay, so maybe it needs some work, but the message is what’s important: Only one game and one PlayStation Plus offering are being added to the PlayStation Network this week, so don’t expect to have your virtual stocking stuffed with too much gaming goodness this week.
“Trippy” isn't a word used too often to describe video games these days, but there's never been a video game more deserving of that descriptor than today's latest addition to the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection, Dyad. Oh, and the holiday sales continue, too.
The PlayStation Plus train keeps on rolling this week, rewarding subscribers with a massive AAA game to add to their Instant Game Collection in the form of Borderlands 2, along with a whole bunch of new discounts to help keep them gaming through the holidays.
December is officially upon us, meaning it’s time for the first PlayStation Plus update of the month. Starting this afternoon, gamers with a love for the open road, hairpin turns and photo finishes can add Grid 2 to their Instant Game Collection on the PlayStation 3. There’s also a bunch of holiday sales available featuring some ridiculously low prices on games new and old.
How much are you willing to forfeit for ultimate power? That's the question players must constantly answer in the PlayStation Vita exclusive, Soul Sacrifice, and, thanks to the fact its hitting the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection later today, said players won't have to sacrifice a single extra dime to enjoy this dark action game.