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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 PlayStation network launches is all about war games and indies, with titles like Risk and Tropico joined by the lovely new paint-and-click adventure game from Double Fine Productions, Broken Age.
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.
According to a recent post that popped up on a Twitter account dedicated to trademark news, it looks like Sony could be planning to launch a new version of the PlayStation Vita.
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.
While the team at Lab Zero Games continues to dish out DLC for its PlayStation 3 fighter, Skullgirls: Encore, the developer has dropped some interesting news involving the latest incarnation of its game. With all of the new characters and modes being crammed in, CEO Peter Bartholow has stated that the team decided to dub it Skullgirls: 2nd Encore, and it will be a cross buy title for both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
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.
An unexpected blast from the past, Sony today announced the triumphant return of PlayStation Underground, a video magazine geared at showing off games, sharing news and giving players an inside look at the industry.
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.
If you've been reeling from a lack of games to flesh out your PlayStation library, you have a prime opportunity to expand your catalog with more than 77 games available across the PlayStation library spectrum that are available for under a dollar.
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.
We're still weeks away from Sony announcing the free April games for PlayStation Plus. However, Sony Europe was willing to reveal one of these freebies early.
Spring has nearly sprung and, with hit, a blossoming garden of fresh games is ready to be picked and enjoyed on your various PlayStation consoles, including the updated version of DmC: Devil May Cry, as well as the hugely anticipated Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number.