It seems that Konami just realized every RPG fan wants a re-release of Suikoden 2. A new ESRB listing suggests that the game's coming to PSN.
The Easter Bunny might not be coming until tomorrow, but that doesn't mean you can't start enjoying some holiday treats this very minute.
Developers continue to make a strong argument for owning a PlayStation Vita, today announcing four more titles will be coming to Sony's handheld console including Dead Nation, Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars and Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines.
Hobbitses, giant boulders and a couple of classics will be making their way to the PlayStation Network this week, making for a rather eclectic mix following the unusually heavy downpour of new titles to cap off the winter release season.
Whether you’re gaming on the PlayStation 3 or the PlayStation 4, or perhaps you just happen to enjoy games about angsty teens who gain super powers after being bitten by a radioactive arachnid, then this week’s PlayStation Plus update has something for you.
Cheap games! Get your cheap games here! It looks like Sony has decided to launch yet another Flash Sale on the PlayStation Store over the weekend, this time discounting EA games by as much as 75 percent off.
Luftrausers is an aerial combat game in a bullet hell paradise set circa alternate 1942 and, once today's PlayStation Network update goes live, gamers on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita will be able to blast baddies to their heart's content. Let's celebrate with a new launch trailer!
If you've ever wanted to sneak into a military instillation, dole out justice with your fire-flinging super powers or slice up hordes of the undead with a katana, this week's lineup of new games arriving on PlayStation consoles will have you covered on all fronts.
Sony has revealed two pieces of gaming news on their official blog this morning, one giving an official launch date to Mercenary Kings on the PlayStation 4 and the other revealing upcoming PS3/Vita platformer, Teslagrad.
You’d think that gamers would be getting tired of remakes, reboots and retellings of classic series, but that certainly doesn’t seem to be the case over on the PlayStation 3. Sony has released its monthly sales figures for February and leading the pack on the PS4 is none other than the ninja-tastic blast from the past, Strider.
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.
Apparently Sony wants to break the record for “most sales hosted in a single year,” as yet another batch of discounts are being offered on games, movies and TV shows through PSN as part of the Spring Fever 2014 Sale.
In yet another jam-packed week on the PlayStation Network, shambling zombies on the PlayStation 4 are joined by a blue-haired idol on the PlayStation Vita and a bunch of foul-mouthed kids from Colorado on the PlayStation 3. It’s an eclectic mix of subjects and genres, offering a little something for everyone.
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.