In an unexpected turn of events, Sony has announced this week that the PlayStation Now streaming service, which lets you stream hundreds of PS3 titles to various devices, will be cutting back on a number of such devices. Not even PlayStation 3 owners will have access to the service later this year. Continue reading PlayStation Now service to halt on a number of platforms
It’s one of our favourite times of the month, as the current one ends and the next one is on the horizon. What it means for us gamers is the excitement of what we can play free on our consoles. We already witnessed the Xbox Games with Gold, now it’s time for the PlayStation Plus titles for August. Continue reading PlayStation Plus games for August
The first month of 2016 is almost over, and as we prepare to roll into the second month, we have the PlayStation Plus titles that you can enjoy as of next week. A nice shiny trailer also accompanies the reveal, if you don’t like words. Continue reading PlayStation Plus games for February
It seems Bandai Namco is decided on bringing their Japanese games to international markets, as a western release for Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization has just been confirmed, the game will be available for Playstation 4 and Playstation Vita during Fall 2016.
In addition, the game will not feature an English dub, it will instead have the original Japanese voices, but with English, Spanish, French, German and Italian subtitles. A trailer is available after the break
It looks like today is a lucky day for fans of Japanese games, since not only is Tales of Berseria coming west, but Namco Bandai also announced that two games from the monster hunting series God Eater are coming to western markets. The games in question being God Eater Ressurection, a remake of the game that was released for PSP in 2011, and the sequel God Eater 2: Rage Burst.
Of course this announcement is accompanied by a trailer, which you can watch after the break.
Despite a brief delay in announcing their next line-up Sony have now officially revealed the Instant Game Collection – November 2015. PlayStation 4 has a strong showing, while the PS3 gets some old favourites and the Vita offers u a couple of nice indie options. Here’s the full listing;
PlayStation fans in the UK can now access PlayStation Now, the PlayStation streaming service that started rolling out last year. For the price of £12.99 a month, PlayStation gamers can now stream games to their console, Netflix style.
Designer Tommy Refenes said in a Team Meat Blog that the studio had to create a new soundtrack for the game as they were unable to get the rights to the original score held by Danny Baranowsky, who claims to no longer have a “working relationship with Team Meat.”
This news comes from the President of Sony Computer Entertainment himself, mister Shuhei Yoshida, when asked about the future of the handheld system during a Q&A at the EGX 2015 panel.
A recent ESRB listing refers to “XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus” for the PlayStation Vita. The rating summary is identical to that of the original PC, PS3, and X360 version but clearly lists this an XCOM Vita release. XCOM has already translated well to portable platforms with a mobile release so a Vita release would seem like a sensible and achievable next step.