Following a big weekend at The PlayStation Experience full of big game announcements for 2015, it's important to remember that there are still plenty of games left to come out between now and the end of the year. Like Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, for instance, launching this week for the PlayStation 4 alongside nearly a dozen other titles for Sony platforms.
In 2015 Sega will do something that they haven't done in a long, long time: give their loyal fans what they want. Following the big PlayStation Experience that took place over the weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada, Sega officially announced that Yakuza 5 will be made available in North America for the PS3.
The folks at Zen Studios have finally returned to the pages of Marvel comics for their latest creation in Zen Pinball 2. It's themed after Spider-Man's black-suit-wearing nemesis, Venom, and it might just be the most difficult table they've ever created.
Destiny's Crucible mode will be evolving in important ways with expansion pack The Dark Below. Some of these changes are already live within the game.
Metal Gear Online will be resurrected with Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. Kojima Productions showed off four minutes of the updated multiplayer mode during The Game Awards 2014.
Housemarque fans are going to busy in the coming months, as news is coming down the pipeline that their PS4 hit, Resogun is coming to the PlayStation Vita and PS3 alongside a new “Defenders” update and, oh yeah, an upgraded version of the phenomenal Stardust is slated to release on the PS4 in 2015.
Target isn't the only retailer in Australia refusing to sell Grand Theft Auto V. A day after the chain decided to take the game off their shelves, Kmart is doing the same.
PlayStation is doing the holidays right, gifting gamers with four weeks’ worth of discounts in a special “Holiday Sale,” which is currently underway. If you’re looking to buy some new games, movies or TV shows on the cheap, you’ll want to give this one a gander.
Grand Theft Auto V is flying off the shelves, but not in a good way. Target has decided to remove the game from 300 of its locations.
Destiny's first expansion The Dark Below will be a bit larger on PS4 and PS3. Today Sony revealed the exclusive extras they lined up for the DLC on those platforms.
Destiny's Patch 1.1 was released this morning on all consoles. The update makes several big changes to equipment, with most changes targeting Exotic weapons.
BioWare learned its lesson from Dragon Age 2. They make this point as early as Dragon Age: Inquisition's character creation. Your choices are no longer limited to male Hawke or female Hawke. You can become a human, elf, dwarf, or qunari and then tweak every little physical detail of this hero. The custom introduction missions of Dragon Age: Origins haven't returned but BioWare's bringing the series back to its original vision of player-driven fantasy adventures.
It looks like even virtual markets aren’t safe from the ridiculous Black Friday deals, with the PlayStation Network playing host to one of its famous flash sales between now and Dec. 1. Look for discounts of up to 65 percent off on games for the PlayStation 3 and PS4, as well as a random assortment of movies and television shows.
Telltale Games has revealed the release dates for their Game of Thrones game. The first episode, "Iron from Ice," will be rolling out to all platforms this week.
Sony is celebrating Thanksgiving and Black Friday with a special Co-Op Sale. During the weekend-long event, they're slashing prices on numerous multiplayer games for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.