There’s not much for PlayStation 4 owners in next month’s PlayStation Plus lineup, but if you have a PlayStation 3? That’s a different story.
It’s looking like a solid month for Games With Gold and PlayStation Plus.
One of the best independent games from the last few years and an excellent basketball game are part of Sony’s excellent lineup for next month.
It’s a quality selection of games, but they’re not exactly heavy hitters.
Here’s what you’re getting if you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber.
Another month, another batch of games for PlayStation Plus.
Sony’s finally announced its PlayStation Plus lineup for next month, and it’s coming with some pretty great games.
With November almost over, both Sony and Microsoft have revealed what games Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus members can download next month.
Sony’s announced its PlayStation Plus lineup for November, which includes The Walking Dead: Season Two and Magika 2 on PS4. PS3 owners are getting Mass Effect 2 and Beyond Good & Evil; it’s Dragon Fin Soup and Invizimals on Vita.
If your PlayStation 4 looks a little different today, that’s because your machine probably updated overnight with firmware 3.00. While it’s a system update less sweeping than its version number implies, and the launch hasn’t been without hiccups and oversights, it comes with some pretty nifty new features.
Sony’s announced the PlayStation Plus lineup for October and it’s headlined by Broken Age (PS4/Vita) and Super Meat Boy (PS4/Vita). The other games include Unmechanical Extended (PS4/PS3), Kickbeat (Vita/PS3), Kung Fu Rabbit (Vita/PS3), Chariot (PS3). Never played Super Meat Boy before? I’m so jealous!
There are some great games coming your way next week.
Starting on Thursday, PlayStation owners can help decide one of the free games offered alongside PlayStation Plus every month. As of today, we know what games you’ll be voting on, too. There’s some surprises, including the reveal of Grow Home for PlayStation 4.
It’s called Vote to Play, and I’ve gotta admit, it’s pretty cool. There are some catches, of course.
For the past couple of weeks, the video game world has obsessed over Rocket League, a game that became popular because A) it’s about cars playing soccer; and B) it’s totally free for a whole lot of PlayStation owners.
August PS and Games With Gold lineups are out! On PS Plus, it’s Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (PS4), Limbo (PS4), Sound Shapes (PS4, PS3, Vita), Stealth 2 (PS4, PS3, Vita), God of War Ascension (PS3), CastleStorm (PS3, Vita). On Xbox, it’s MGS: Ground Zeroes (XB1), How To Survive (XB1), Metro 2033 (360), and …
The long and winding road for Driveclub PlayStation Plus Edition is hopefully coming to an end. It was supposed to arrive last October, but months later, Sony says it’ll be available tomorrow. What happened? What took so long? At E3, we asked Sony for an explanation.
Sony has decided to renew its superhero series, Powers, for a second season, so says The Hollywood Reporter. The second season will premiere sometime in 2016.
I have wanted to play Yakuza forever, and I'll have no excuse next month, as Yakuza 4 is part of February's PlayStation Plus lineup. Transistor and Apotheon are for PS4, while Yakuza 3 and Thief are for anyone still booting up PS3s. Rogue Legacy is for every platform, and Kick & Fennick is Vita-only.