Posts Tagged ‘playstation’
It seems as though Ubisoft has taken a page out of the old gladiatorial days of ancient Rome for their upcoming open-world shooter, Far Cry 4.
After hearing last week’s news on Grand Theft Auto V finally receiving a remastered release date on current gen platforms – Xbox One and PlayStation 4 – and PC, there seems to be a lingering question that’s been nagging me for a couple days now; one that’s been floating around the internet since the start of […]
Following last week’s official announcement of Resident Evil: Revelations 2, it seems as though more information on Capcom’s upcoming survival horror title has surfaced this morning.
After just over two years, the sales for Minecraft for consoles has reached above PC sales. Across all platforms, Minecraft is at 54 million sold. Patrick Geuder of Mojang went to his Twitter to share the news.
These aren’t all the indie games Sony had on display at E3 2014 but they are some of the most notable or some that we want to highlight.
Axiom Verge isn’t just a game in the Metroidvania style, it is a Metroid game. Firstly, the art nails the Metroid look almost better than Nintendo.
It’s an exciting day for PS4 owners because the release date for DRIVECLUB has finally been announced! Created by Evolution Studios, DRIVECLUB was supposed to come out earlier this year but the studio felt they needed more time to perfect the game so that it would live up to it’s full potential and really capture PlayStation […]
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2014 looks to be an exciting year for new games, and earlier this morning, TECMO KOEI America has launched it’s new spring line-up for PlayStation devices across North America.
Sony hopes to bring a lovely day to SXSW with its Battle 4 Greatness event, having Pusha T as a headliner.
If you’re a PS4 owner who isn’t excited about March 21st, you might want to get your head examined.
Another of PlayStation‘s dearest franchises is headed for the big screen.
When Sony bought the Gaikai streaming service, we all started anticipating a PS3 game streaming service for the PS4. What we’re apparently getting is something more.