We're hours from the start of March but Sony hasn't announced what free games PlayStation Plus subscribers will be receiving. Sony explained the delay in a brief update on their official blog.
Next week PSN will be hosting a Spring Fever sale with discounts on digital games. PlayStation Plus members be able to pick up several PS4, PS3 and PS Vita games on the cheap.
Are you ready for zombies, Super Saiyans, shadowy spiders and jousting underwater creatures? You’re damn right you are, and that’s exactly what you’re getting this week as another eclectic mix of new titles make their way to the PlayStation family of consoles.
Vita fans looking for new games to keep them busy in the coming months will want to drop by the PlayStation Network starting tomorrow afternoon, as Sony has announced a third birthday celebration for the portable console, offering a handful of free goodies and discounts of up to 80 percent off a whole bunch of games.
Awards season is still in full effect, and the folks at PlayStation are taking this opportunity to host yet another batch of discounts through PSN. Starting today, you can take advantage of both the Critics’ Choice Sale and Oscars Sale, discounting award-winning games and movies from recent years.
It's a big week for PlayStation fans, with the first AAA exclusive of the year set to whisk gamers away to a Victorian era of monsters and mystery as The Order: 1886 finally arrives on Sony's latest home console.
Whether you're celebrating Valentine's Day with a loved one or solo this year, you'll probably want to make some time for video games, too. That goes double if you're gaming on PlayStation consoles, as Sony has announced a special weekend flash sale, discounting loads of games and even a few movies for those of you looking to cuddle up with a console.
War is hell. Perhaps nobody knows this better than the heroes of the appropriately named Helldivers, a cooperative tactical twin-stick shooter that finally has a release date for the PlayStation family of consoles. Hint: You’ll be dropping into enemy territory sooner than you might think.
Sony will be performing maintenance on PlayStation Network later today. During this period, several features of the network will be inaccessible to all players.
Resogun was one of the PlayStation 4’s first big hits, offering gorgeous graphics and lightning-fast twin stick shooting action from day one. The game has seen a few updates over the past year, but none as big as a pair of DLC packs arriving within the next week, “Defenders” and “Challengers.”
PlayStation gamers are in for a treat with a reboot of the classic Q*Bert. The game is scheduled to release on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita. The new game has some slight changes to it beyond the basic aesthetic of having graphics designed for today's generation of gamer.
February is just around the corner, which means it’s time to find out what games PlayStation Plus subscribers can expect to see added to their Instant Game Collections starting next Tuesday. Here’s a hint: A talking sword, a family of would be heroes and a trip through time exploring Japan’s criminal underworld.
It looks like the PlayStation Vita will be losing a few pieces of functionality in the coming months, including Maps, Near and even the YouTube app. For those of you who frequently watch videos while trying to locate off the beaten path restaurants where you plan to meet new friends you discovered through Near, I imagine this comes as a triple-dose of bummerdom.
It's a big week for the undead on the PlayStation Network, as both Dying Light and Grim Fandango Remastered join a small selection of other new releases in the weekly lineup. Whether you're looking to visit the land of the dead or fight off a horde of shambling zombies, this week's content has got you covered.
Solid mechanics and thoughtful design go a long way in making a game timeless. Take Brandish: The Dark Revenant, for instance. Recently released Stateside on the PSP and Vita, the game was originally launched in Japan back in 2008. Before that, it was known as Brandish, an early dungeon crawler for the PC and the SNES. All these years later, its deceptively simple components add up to make an experience that's every bit as entertaining as modern offerings.