Looking for a Rey to spend your money? Ren look no further for it is Star Wars Day! M'az Kanata believe it! There are promotions on Steam, GOG, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live and the App Store. Google Play doesn't seem to be doing anything significant. Show More Summary
Another Star Wars sale on this day of tiresome joke repetition. May the 4th PSN sale discounts Star Wars games, obviously The PlayStation Network is throwing a May the 4th sale with discounts of up to 75% on Star Wars games. You can save big on Star Wars Battlefront, Super Star Wars, Zen Pinball 2: […]
The entire "Powers" cast assembles in a new poster for Season 2, premiering May 31 on the PlayStation Network.
Check out the new poster for Powers' return on PlayStation Network, as a superhero death must be avenged.
Sony’s PlayStation Network made more money during the last fiscal year than the entirety of Nintendo. Sony's PlayStation Network sales hit 529,000m yen which means that PSN generated more revenue than the whole of Nintendo (504,000m yen). — ZhugeEX (@ZhugeEX) April 28, 2016 PlayStation Network sales top entire revenue of Nintendo Twitter user ZhugeEX who […]
Nintendo Co Ltd may have excited fans when it revealed […]
"Golden Week" in Japan is not happening until Friday, April 29, but the North American store of the PlayStation Network has launched its own celebration of the holiday with its "Golden Week" Sale that started a few days ago and will run until May 3, Monday. Show More Summary
Sony’s PlayStation Network made more money last year than the entire Nintendo company put together. Following Ninty’s financial statement yesterday, people cleverer than me noticed that PSN alone generated ¥529.1bn, compared to “just”...Show More Summary
Sony's PlayStation Network made more money than all of Nintendo during the last financial year. The difference was pointed out this morning by Twitter user ZhugeEX: During the financial year ending 31st March 2016, Sony's PlayStation Network generated 529.1bn yen. That's £33.5bn. Read more…
Based on a now-removed promotional listing found on PlayStation Network (alternate view here), the next Call of Duty will be called Infinite Warfare. Assuming that's true, and it sounds just silly enough that it probably is, where does the series go from here? Where can it go? Back to real-world wars? Something to chew on this morning. Show More Summary
Five years ago, PlayStation Network was hacked and the personal details of 77m users accessed. It was the largest security breach of its kind to ever hit console gamers, and an event with huge repercussions for PlayStation - both inShow More Summary
In an attempt to step up security of its PlayStation Network, Sony confirms its plan to implement a two-factor authentication to the system.
Sony has been coming under fire about securing their user accounts ever since the great PSN hack of 2011. It's been revealed that they will be adding two-step verification for user logins through the PlayStation Network. Click To Continue Reading
Sony should be embarrassed with how long it took to add two-step verification to the PlayStation Network. Meanwhile, we say goodbye to Xbox 360, and Facebook adds group calls to Messenger.
Five years after the great PlayStation Network hack of April 2011 - the one that saw more than 70m accounts compromised - Sony has announced plans to add two-step verification to the service. In a statement issued to Polygon, Sony confirmed...Show More Summary
It looks like Sony is finally gearing up to add two-factor authentication to the PlayStation Network — some five years after a massive data breach compromised the details of millions of users, including potentially exposing users’ credit card data. Read More
The PlayStation Network is offering discounts of up to 50% off a pretty delightfully varied bunch of games. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 headlines PSN Spring Sale Black Ops 3 is the headline act of this week’s PSN sales. Discounts vary region to region, but where I’m sitting there’s a 50% discount on the […]
Sony will be adding a two-factor authentication security feature to PlayStation Network. Many who downloaded yesterday’s PS3 firmware update 4.80 noticed if they entered their incorrect information, a two-factor authentication message popped up. PS3 user Tuomas Tonteri posted an image of the message on Twitter. Sony confirmed to Polygon the feature was in the works, […]
It's about to get much harder for someone to compromise your PlayStation Network account. Sony has confirmed that it's working on two-factor authentication for PSN, preventing intruders from getting into your games (or worse, going on a spending spree) simply because they have your password. Show More Summary