While the Xbox 360 and Wii U servers had already disappeared, the PlayStation servers had managed to cling on resolutely, but that run is soon going to come to an end too.
Posted 3 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 2 comments
Ratalaika Games have earned a reputation in the trophy hunting community for publishing games with super quick and easy Platinums -- and making them available on Vita and PS4. The next one is proving trickier to port.
Posted 3 months ago by Sam Quirke, 4 comments
The anarchic follow-up to Retro City Rampage, Shakedown Hawaii has released today for PlayStation 4. Take over the state with three protagonists building a shady criminal empire. Sounds familiar...
Posted 4 months ago by Sam Quirke
While physical media may be becoming less prominent, that isn't stopping collectors from demanding discs and cartirdges to place upon their shelves. Limited Run Games is still happy to fill that niche.
Posted 5 months ago by Rebecca Smith
A anybody who has used PlayStation Move controllers will attest, navigation through the game while using them can sometimes be a bit of a pain. The 3dRudder hopes to solve this.
It seems like "soon" was earlier than people previously thought; the official Japanese website has now been amended to confirm production of the final two PlayStation Vita models has been discontinued.
Posted 6 months ago by Rebecca Smith
It's a new month, and it's going to be another busy one for new releases. What will you be playing this weekend to start the month off right? Dead or Alive 6 just came out, and The Division 2 has an open beta ahead of release.
Posted 6 months ago by Sam Quirke
Whatever your situation, we hope you get a least a little bit of time this weekend to kick back and enjoy some gaming. Will you be sampling something new, tackling the backlog or chilling out with an old favourite? Let us know!
Posted 7 months ago by Sam Quirke
It seems like the game is a bit of a difficult completion, so developer Infinite State Games has decided to offer some tips on two of the games important features: landing and aerial steals.
Posted 7 months ago by Rebecca Smith
Daggerhood looks set to become popular purely because you can get the Platinum trophy in approximately 20-30 minutes, making it a very quick completion.
According to the official Japanese PlayStation website, shipments of the two available Vita models are "scheduled to end soon".
It turns out that Japan's most popular game of 2018 was a PlayStation 4 title according to Famitsu. Take a bow Monster Hunter: World.
UK-based two-man indie studio Infinite State Games released Rogue Aces last year, and now it has gone free on PS Plus for Vita and PS4. Having seen some confusion in player streams, the developers now want your feedback.
Discounts on Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Metal Gear Solid V, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Monster Hunter: World, the Metro series, Mortal Kombat X, the Resident Evil series and a ton of Deep Silver and Ubisoft titles.
Posted 7 months ago by Jack Watling
The PS Plus line-up has changed over, which means you can now grab the first season of HITMAN and Ubisoft's feudal fighter For Honor for free. You can also grab the last of the service's Vita and PS3 offerings.
While a Vita version of the game is currently in development, it only exists on PlayStation 4 right now. With the deadline looming for the company to order PlayStation Vita games, it means the title won't be ready in time.
With physical Vita cartridge production ending, The Deer God may be among the final physical releases for the platform that we see. Will you pick it up for nostalgia's sake?
Thanks to Cross-Buy, PS4 players get four titles this month, while PS Vita players get three titles. PS3 players have to stick with two.
Posted 8 months ago by Rebecca Smith
This week brings along a plethora of new releases, 12 for North America and 10 for Europe and Australia. The highlight is, of course, the latest instalment in the Kingdom Hearts franchise.
Now that things are getting busier and we're getting more news, this means we have more titles to meet. Of the 13 new games today, not all of them are confirmed for PlayStation.
This last weekend was quite busy for the announcement of new titles. There are 10 new games for you to meet today, some of which are sequels to franchises with which you might be familiar.
Another week means another round-up of new game releases to look forward to. The highlight is clearly Resident Evil 2, but there's also the charming looking Wandersong and the Realm Royale Beta.
Posted 8 months ago by Sam Quirke
If you are a PS Plus subscriber, you can download not one but two excellent Persona Dynamic Themes to your PlayStation 4. They're based on the two recent dancing games for Personas 3 and 5.
The PS Vita is getting a surprise firmware update, users are reporting. There's nothing official on Sony's side yet and the update's notes are pretty vague, but GearNuke did some digging and found it's mainly security related.
Slim pickings this week with the only major release being ACE COMBAT 7: Skies Unknown. There's a Grand Tour based driving game and a whole bunch of indie curios throughout the rest of the week.
Another blow for Vita players: Catherine Full Body will not be releasing on the handheld in the West. The upcoming expanded version of the cult classic will only be arriving on our shores on PlayStation 4.
This week's new releases are pretty sparse, but it's a good time to revisit some classics from the previous generation thanks to HITMAN HD and Tales of Vesperia making a remastered return.
2018 was a banner year for expansive AAA titles, bold new indies and inventive VR -- but it was also a year chock full of quick and easy trophy lists for those of us inclined to chase that silverware.
North American PS Plus subscribers can already get their hands on January's free titles. Take to the slopes in Steep or fight alongside your friends in Portal Knights. There's some PS3 and Vita games too, of course.
The first set of 2019 PS Plus games has been revealed. This January you can hit the slopes with Ubisoft's open-world snow sports adventure Steep and co-op action RPG Portal Knights.
Posted 9 months ago by Sam Quirke
We have just picked new trophies for NightCry. There are 16 trophies, none of which are hidden
Posted 9 months ago by Rich Stone
An additional sale has appeared on the EU PlayStation Store. Although the individual games aren't discounted, the entire PlayStation Hits range is part of a 2 for £25 bundle which will save you £9.
This week there was the Kinda Funny Games Showcase, which announced seven titles during the hour duration of the show. These are joined by nine others that were also brought to our attention over the weekend.
Posted 9 months ago by Rebecca Smith
We have just picked new trophies for Dragonfly Chronicles. There are 32 trophies, none of which are hidden
If you're a PS Plus subscriber you can now download your no-extra-cost games for December. These include the chilling adventure Soma, the frenetic arcade racer Onrush and the brilliant metroidvania Iconoclasts.
Stardew Valley creator ConcernedApe has decided to go it alone. The developer has ended the game's publishing agreement with Chucklefish, and future expansions or iterations of the game will be self-published.
We have just picked new trophies for London Detective Mysteria. There are 16 trophies, 12 of which are hidden
Posted 10 months ago by Rich Stone
December's PS Plus free games have been announced. The headliners are on the critically well received but commercially struggling ONRUSH and Soma, a chilling horror/walking simulator.
Posted 10 months ago by Sam Quirke
The smaller indie studios continue to reveal their titles during the quietest period of the week. We have four games that nearly fell through the cracks, only some of which are confirmed specifically for PlayStation 4 right now.
Posted 10 months ago by Rebecca Smith
PQube is a British publisher of many Eastern games. During a Twitch stream the company confirmed they are not making any more Vita titles, taking a jab at Sony in the process.
Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight are both incoming on December 7th, but you can try the games out right now with a demo available on the PlayStation Store.
This week sees the release of a whole bunch of smaller games, but not much in terms of AAA experiences. With Red Dead Redemption still soaring and HITMAN 2 and Fallout 76 around the corner, we're not complaining.
Despite no official announcements, several servers seem to have had a stay of execution. Sound Shapes, Twisted Metal PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale are all now listing 31st January 2019 as the shut-down date.
Limited Run Games have announced that Siralim 2's physical release is arriving today on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. This coincides with the Night Trap and Double Switch releases announced last month.
Catherine: Full Body is a new version of Catherine, a cult classic featuring a strange tale of nightmares, adultery and demonic tricksters. The new version will feature 11 separate actors for Catherine.
Over the last couple of days, we've seen a variety of new titles coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita, with a bit of PlayStation VR thrown in for good measure. Day three brings 15 more titles and pushes us over the halfway point.
We have another 15 new titles for you to see today, for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. There's even PlayStation VR chucked in for good measure.
Posted 11 months ago by Rebecca Smith
Not only are there the titles that were revealed across the weekend, we've also got everything you might have missed since last month. This makes a grand total of 75 titles to see covering a wide range of genres.
Full-motion video cult classics Double Switch and Night Trap are coming out this week courtesy of boutique publisher Limited Run Games.
Posted 11 months ago by Sam Quirke
That risky-sounding PSN Online ID change feature we reported on a couple of weeks ago is now in beta stage, with registered Preview members receiving their invitations. However the risks look worse than we initially thought.
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