Back in the day, if a video game didn’t work or you just didn’t like it, you could take it back to the store and have the person behind the register laugh in your face when you asked for your money back. These days, getting a refund is a labyrinthine of web forms, logins, and annoying capchas. You can still get your…
If you were planning on purchasing any Transformers video games on Steam or the PlayStation Network over the holidays, it’s too late. Activision’s pulled them all, along with 2014's The Legend of Korra.
Tipster Cody Brown directed our attention to a“Complete Bundle” for this week’s Rock of Ages 2, which includes Atlus’ boulder-rolling strategy sequel plus the original game. The listing says it’s playable on the PS4. That’s half right.
As we’ve discussed, Steam’s implementation of third-party curation has been a bit of a mess. So it’ll be interesting to see how Sony fares now that they’re trying something similar.
Laserdisc, VHS, Blu-ray... if a physical media format has existed, then it’s a safe bet that the Star Wars movies have appeared on it. Now the classic sci-fi saga is coming out in Digital HD. That’s right; starting April 10th, you’ll finally be able to download the films to your devices.
This morning Sony put up this video showing off the PlayStation 4's interface, and if you can tune out the fake gamers and their overreactions, it offers a few interesting tidbits of what life will be like with it.
Machinarium comes to PS Vita on March 26 with features specific to the handheld. It'll be $6.99 on the PlayStation Store
CNET reports that a web version of the PlayStation Store that lets you buy content in a browser will launch this month.
PlayStation 3 owners looking for something new, original and exclusive to their system of choice may want to investigate Sideway: New York, the action platformer that leads this week's North American PlayStation Store update.
North American PlayStation Store shoppers may have some difficult decisions ahead of them. Tap into Dreamcast nostalgia with some Resident Evil Code Veronica X HD? Experience Castlevania multiplayer with Harmony of Despair? Or buy the interesting looking Rochard?
It's a big week for old games on the North American PlayStation Store. Resident Evil 4, Saints Row 2 and even Altered Beast are new to PlayStation 3 owners who prefer to buy their games over the internet.
This week's North American PlayStation Store update is here, dropping an eclectic mix of downloadable games that includes a pair of PSP remakes in God Of War: Origins, god game From Dust and... the import version of Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness?!
This week's North American PlayStation Store update is live, an update that might convince you to dust off that copy of Red Dead Redemption or seriously consider investing in a BloodRayne video game. No, seriously!
The arrival of Freddy Krueger in Mortal Kombat might take headline precedence, but Madden NFL 12's demo gets the lead image glory. Sorry, Mr. Krueger, but you're simply lacking in screen shots.
Hey, you like shooting things? Good. Because this week's North American PlayStation Store refresh has, like, at least three different variations on the shooting things genre, including Galaga Legions DX, Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team and Section 8: Prejudice.
What new digital treasures await North American PlayStation 3 owners? Let's take a look at the latest additions to the PlayStation Store, shall we?
PlayStation 3 owners, you are now cleared to download last year's excellent puzzle platformer Limbo, one of the dark highlights of this week's North American PlayStation Store update. Already played that? Well, there's a lot more.
There may not be a ton of new games to download from the North American PlayStation Store this week, but what it lacks in quantity, it makes up for in the Catherine demo and Frankie Goes to Hollywood's "Relax."
Enjoy today's update to the Digital Comics store for the PSP. It will be the last, Sony says, putting an end to the 18-month-old service that offered downloadable comics from Marvel, DC Comics, Devil's Due, IDW Publishing and more.
What new digital goods await North American PlayStation 3 owners The downloadable PlayStation Move Ape Escape, for one, offering monkey-snatching motion control fun. But that's not all. A new opportunity to play Uncharted 3 or a cheaper way to play Burnout Paradise are also here.