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.Click To Continue Reading
If you were intrigued by PlayStation Vue as a substitute for cable TV but refused to sign up until you could watch The Walking Dead, it's time to hop aboard. Sony has added AMC Networks to Vue's channel roster, giving you AMC proper as well as IFC, Sundance and WEtv. Show More Summary
A little over a week ago we launched PlayStation Vue in three US markets: New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia. Today, just in time for the finale of The Walking Dead, I am happy to announce that the following networks will now be available on PlayStation Vue: AMC, IFC, Sundance and WEtv. Show More Summary
Sony's PlayStation Network has its ups and downs. Soon, European users will be able to easily check which one. Sony Computer Entertainment America recently launched a PSN Service Status Indicator. It tells you which services are up and running. Show More Summary
Shadow Tower, the first-person action-RPG developed for the original PlayStation by From Software, will be released on PlayStation Network. In the 1998 title, players took on the role of a mercenary who has returned home to the Holy Land of Zeptar to find the place has been sucked into the Underworld. He must use the […]
Bandai Namco have contributed in a big way to the fantastic sale for Easter on the PlayStation Network. Bandai Namco have contributed to the sale with no less than a fantastic 25 games, all for a fantastic, discounted price. There are...Show More Summary
Inspired by the comic book series, Powers is an original series produced by Sony Television and exclusive to the PlayStation Network. In this dark drama, Detective Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim are partners in the police's Powers Division. Show More Summary
It's a surprisingly busy week on the PlayStation Network. The highly anticipated Bloodborne release is accompanied by a number of new titles, including a couple of mech games and a several PlayStation Vita titles that, quite honestly, I've never even heard of.Click To Continue Reading
A flash sale for PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4 is now taking place on the Sony PlayStation Network.
The PlayStation Network launched a surprise flash sale, with 77 games ready to be picked up for under a dollar! Choice picks include Breathe of Fire IV, Mortal Kombat Arcade Collection, and Cloudberry Kingdom. Load up your cart, because the flash sale ends on Monday, March 23rd, at 9am PST. A full list of what's sale can be found on the PlayStation Blog. Source: PlayStation Blog
Sony has kicked off a brand new Flash Sale that discounts more than 70 games on the PlayStation Network, some by as much as 90%. There’s something for everyone, especially if you’ve been craving a new horror game. I’ve sifted through the deals to find some that may be of interest to you, but I […]
Just a word of warning: the PlayStation Network is going down for maintenance the day before Bloodborne launches. However, the downtime will be very, very limited and is designed to improve the networks's behind-the-scenes mechanics.Click To Continue Reading
Sony's PlayStation Network is keeping people from getting online.
The TV world is evolving at an alarming rate. What began with Netflix streaming videos to your home has become an all-out war between companies and networks ready to stream content into your home while cable and satellite providers try to reverse plateauing and declining user numbers. Show More Summary
PlayStation continues to do the business for Japanese electronics giant Sony. For the third quarter ending 31st December 2014, Sony's Game & Network Services division, of which PlayStation is a part, brought in a whopping 531.5bn yen, or £2.9bn. Show More Summary
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.Click To Continue Reading
Over the past few years, Sony's PlayStation Network has proven itself to be totally resilient and definitely not susceptible to any sort of major hack. So of course, it's perfectly reasonable that they still don't have two-step verification. Read more...
If you use PlayStation Network, Sony’s online platform for buying games and downloadable content for games, consider not keeping payment information on file and changing your password. It’s bad enough that stories of hacked accounts have surfaced in recent days, but these users report that Sony has given them no good options: they can eat hundreds of dollars’ worth of … [More]
Powers, the latest entry in the capes-and-tights genre, is a big leap forward for Sony's PlayStation Network—and, sadly, also a huge misstep. The post Powers Turns a Great Comic Into a Lackluster TV Show appeared first on WIRED.
Sony took a big risk with Powers, its first ever piece of serialized, scripted content to launch exclusively for the PlayStation Network. Given that setup, I wouldn't blame anyone for rolling their eyes at the thought of original programming for a service typically devoted to video games. Show More Summary