There are a lot of games arriving on PlayStation consoles today. Like, a whole lot of games. From horror romps to board games, world builders to, um, Duck Dynasty, there’s a little something for everyone gaming on the PlayStation 4, PS3 and Vita.
If there’s one thing that Minecraft has proven, it’s that people like building things. And destroying things. Now gamers will be able to both build and destroy things to their hearts content on the go, as Sony has finally announced a launch date for the PlayStation Vita version of the landmark indie game, and it’s coming up a lot more quickly than you might expect.
You remember back when you were a kid (or maybe just last week for some of you who are still young at heart) when you used to set up insane courses across living room furniture for your toy cars to race across? That's exactly the atmosphere Jet Car Stunts aims to capture on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
The PlayStation Vita has been up and running for a few years now but, starting tomorrow, Sony is beginning a bit of a redecorating effort, giving the portable gaming device a facelift just in time for the holidays with the introduction of official themes.
Sony has revealed that seven free games will be available through PlayStation Plus in October. The freebies range from small indies to a brand-new PS4 exclusive.
From bending an army of orcs to your will to transporting your dead (yet still complaining) father to a proper burial ground, this week’s batch of new releases on the PlayStation Network ranges the spectrum, offering a little something for everyone to close out the month of September.
A trio of new indie titles for PlayStation platforms were announced this morning. The games are coming to PS4 and PS Vita in the coming year.
PlayStation TV finally has a release date, hitting U.S. and Canadian store shelves mid-October with “nearly 700 games” available day one, according to the official announcement. If you’re looking for a different way to get your gaming fix, this might very well be the tiny console you’ve been looking for.
Sony has launched a new PSN flash sale. They've slashed the price on numerous games for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita for the next couple days.
The wonderfully bizarre Murasaki Baby scampers onto the PlayStaiton Vita this week, leading the charge for an unexpectedly robust crop of titles hitting Sony consoles Tuesday afternoon.
The day we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived. This week, you can finally become legend…of the ice rink, as NHL 15 launches for PlayStation consoles. There’s also a classic Mega Man game hitting PSN this week, alongside some game nobody has ever heard about called Destiny.
The Warriors Orochi series has always been about three things: Storming the field of battle, slicing and dicing your way through literally thousands of enemies and earning a victory by besting one general after another in over-the-top combat. So, can Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate add enough new ingredients to that recipe to make arguably the best game in the series even better?
The PlayStation Vita is getting a lot of love during this week’s PlayStation Network update. While a couple of the latest titles will be multiplatform offerings, all seven of this week’s games are playable on Sony’s portable device, including the highly anticipated sequel to Danganronpa and the insane 2D shooter, Velocity 2X.
Put succinctly, Sword Art Online had the potential to be an amazing game. As it is, however, what we are left with is a very competent hack-and-slash RPG adventure with a few shining moments paired with a few poor design and localization hiccups that tarnish the fun.
Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer is making its way to the PlayStation Vita, bringing its unique brand of deck-building battles to Sony’s portable device with a single player campaign, online tournaments and more.