With November coming to an end, Sony has finally announced the selection of free games that will be available on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita for PlayStation Plus subscribers in December. As always, you need to have an active subscription to PS Plus in order to download these games (or any free PS Plus game).
Two days before Thanksgiving, Sony has kicked off its Black Friday Sale on the PlayStation Store. The massive sales event will give every PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita owner the opportunity to pick up over 100 digital titles for up to 70% off, and up to 80% if they have an active subscription to PlayStation Plus.
Video game piracy is a major concern for publishers and developers alike. While musicians can still hope that fans who steal their albums will spend money on merchandise or tickets for live shows, the opportunity for profit is lost when someone steals a game. That’s why game makers have to be very careful about the way they interact with pirates, because raking them over the coals never helps.
But you know what they say when the odds are stacked against you and there’s no viable solution on the table: “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.”
Coming in just under the wire, Sony has announced the latest lineup of free PlayStation Plus games for October. It appears that the decisions were made at the last second this month, as the video which typically showcases all six games for the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita only includes the new-gen additions this time around. More →
For the first time in the history of the Instant Game Collection, PS4 owners were able to pick one of the two games they’re getting for free in September. Between Grow Home, Armello and Zombie Vikings, Grow Home unsurprisingly won out (which makes sense since it’s already been well-received by PC gamers). More →
Despite the fact that we’ve seen a few big releases over the past couple of months, the summer video game lull is still in full effect. We still have over a month until September arrives and the schedule begins to pick up, but in the meantime, there are plenty of free games to download on the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. More →
After putting diehard fans into cardiac arrest during its E3 2015 press conference, Sony couldn’t possibly surprise anyone with its Instant Game Collection for July 2015. But even with expectations at an all time high, the company seems to have delivered a pretty solid offering, highlighted by a game that I haven’t stopped talking about since May.
If you’ve been holding out for a PlayStation 4 price drop, you might be in luck. On Wednesday, WholesomeGamer was tipped off that Sony’s official retail loyalty site, intended to reward verified video game retail employees, is currently running a promotion which gives members the chance to win a PS4, PS Vita and other prizes.
Within the rules of the promotion, Sony lists the ARV (average retail value) of each prize, but here’s the catch: the prices listed don’t match up with the current MSRP of the PS4 or the Vita. More →
PlayStation Plus subscribers rejoice: the latest batch of free games for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita were just announced. May’s collection consists of some of the best indie games from the past few years, which means you won’t need to clear a bunch of gigabytes on your PS4’s hard drive in order to download them all. More →
When I elected to review MLB 14 The Show last year, I thought I might be in over my head. I hadn’t played any of the recent entries in the series and I didn’t think I would fare especially well within the game, regardless of how well put together it was. Thankfully, my worries were misplaced, and I found myself immersed in a sports game for the first time in years.
I was hoping to have a similar experience with MLB 15 The Show, but after spending hours with San Diego Studio’s sequel, I have begun to see through the veneer of the improved visuals and have found a game that feels more like a step backwards than a home run.
Another month, another batch of free games from Sony. Once you finally work your way through Bloodborne (providing you ever actually reach the end), you’re going to want to download some great free games in order to wind down. Just make sure that PS Plus subscription is still active.
After a slow start to the year, there are already enough games out in 2015 to last you for the next six months. Of course, you’ll need the latest and greatest consoles in order to play them, but consoles are expensive. That’s not going to change any time soon, which is why we thought it might be worth pointing you in the direction of a few great deals on Amazon. More →