Are you ready for more information about free games? If so, you are in luck because the PlayStation Blog has announced all of the free games that North American PlayStation Plus users will be able to download during August.
Each platform will receive at least two games and some platforms will receive even more if a game is cross-buy between multiple systems. One game PlayStation 4 users can look forward to receiving this month is the brand new roguelike puzzle game Road Not Taken. PlayStation 3 users will receive the beautiful shooter Crysis 3 along with several other titles thanks to cross-buy. PlayStation Vita gets a great this month with both the new platformer Metrico and the highly addictive brawler-RPG Dragon’s Crown.
As you may know Sony has recently changed their release schedule for PlayStation Plus games and members will now have access to all games on the first Tuesday of each month. However, the free games are only available for one month so do not delay in claiming your free games!
Keep reading to see a full list of free games available for August!
Welcome to the PlayStation Store update for July 29, 2014. We have a great update this week packed full of new content and sales. PlayStation 4 users can now purchase The Last of Us: Remastered and pre-order Madden NFL 15 and Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition (also available for PS3).
Users of all 3 systems can now purchase the fantastic Rogue Legacy (see our review here). PlayStation Vita owners can also now enjoy the Ratchet & Clank Collection on the go. Also, a friendly reminder that the 2014 PlayStation Store PLAY program is in its first week. Find more details on this sale in our original post.
Finally, as you are probably aware PlayStation Plus users now receive all of their free games at the beginning of the month and each week there will be new sales. This week PlayStation Plus users can take advantage of a discount on Pure Pool for the PS4.
From LittleBigPlanet 3 to Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, E3 had some big reveals for the PlayStation family of devices. But E3 isn’t the only major gaming show this year, and the Cologne, Germany-based Gamescom is right around the corner. While there are several unannounced titles sure to be front-and-center, like Media Molcule’s colorful new PS4 game, or maybe the next big Corey Barlog joint from Santa Monica Studios, Sony Europe has (accidentally) revealed a preliminary list of what will be playable on the show floor.
Last year at Gamescom 2013, Sony announced that the PC hit Rogue Legacy would be coming to all 3 PlayStation platforms in 2014. I was thrilled when I heard the announcement as I was already a big fan of the game and with the release coming up next week on July 29th, I have been lucky enough now to play the game on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Playstation Vita! For those of you that don’t know, Rogue Legacy is a very challenging platformer that has many roguelike qualities and includes procedurally generated layouts in the dungeon. Keep reading to see whether the fun and challenge of this game translates well to the PlayStation platforms!
Welcome to the PlayStation Store update for July 22, 2014. We have a great update this week packed full of new content and sales. PlayStation 4 users can now pre-order all 4 of the titles available in the PLAY 2014 program (see more details here) as well as purchase Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty which the new take on the classic Abe’s Oddysee.
PlayStation 3 users can now purchase Entwined (also available now for the PS Vita) and PlayStation Vita owners can now purchase Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland (also available for PS3). Beyond the PLAY 2014 program, there is also a Super Hero Sale going on with deep discounts on titles in the inFamous and Batman series.
Finally, as you are probably aware PlayStation Plus users now receive all of their free games at the beginning of the month and each week there will be new sales. This week PlayStation Plus users can take advantage of deeper discounts on the Super Hero Sale along with sales on several RPGs including the Persona series.
Today on the PlayStation Blog it was announced that the PlayStation Store PLAY 2014 Program would be kicking off after the PlayStation Store updates this evening. Just like in previous years, PlayStation has selected 4 upcoming titles over the next 4 weeks to take part in the program. This year they will be focusing on cross-buy (PS3, PS4, & PS Vita) indie games with the likes of PlayStation exclusive Hohokum and Rogue Legacy (be sure to be on the look-out for our review before release next week) being two of the participating titles. To sweeten the deal, those folks that pre-order or purchase more than one PLAY game will receive a voucher for PSN credit later. Keep reading to see the rest of the details and the other two participating titles!
Yesterday it was revealed that PS4 beat the Xbox One sales for the 6th month in a row. This is despite Microsoft landing TitanFall as an exclusive and promoting the hell out of it wherever it they could, including at the movie theaters which likely isn’t cheap. On top of that, directly after E3, Microsoft unbundled Kinect from the Xbox One and in doing so, reduced the entry price by $100 down to $399 and on par with the PlayStation 4. Despite all of that, the PS4 was still able to easily hold off the Xbox One in the June NDP. Let’s talk numbers, including that of other consoles like the PS3 and Wii U.
Welcome to the PlayStation Store update for July 15, 2014. We have a great update this week packed full of new content and sales. PlayStation 4 users can now pre-order Far Cry 4 Gold Edition (also available for PlayStation 3) which includes the game along with the Season Pass as well as purchase top-down dual stick shooter Crimsonland.
PlayStation 3 users can now purchase the Art Nouveau-styled, side-scrolling action game Abyss Odyssey and PlayStation Vita owners can now purchase One Piece Unlimited World Red. There is also a new 2-For-1 sale which features several sets of games where you can get 2 for the price of 1. Some of the more interesting options include Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (PS3) and Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker HD (PS3) for $19.99 and Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and How to Survive for $14.99
Finally, as you are probably aware PlayStation Plus users now receive all of their free games at the beginning of the month and each week there will be new sales. This week PlayStation Plus users can take advantage of sales on Crimsonland, EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, and Ethan Meteor Hunter.
Looking for a great deal on PlayStation games this weekend? If so, the PlayStation Store has you covered with a Flash Sale that has slashed prices to 99¢ on over 20 games for both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. The sale ends Monday, July 14tht at 12:00 PM PDT , so act fast. The deals this month include: Legend of Dragoon for $0.99, Papa & Yo for $0.99, and The Cave for $0.99. Keep reading to see the rest of the deals!
Welcome to the PlayStation Store update for July 8, 2014. We have a great update this week packed full of new content and sales. PlayStation 4 users can now pre-order Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty as well as purchase Another World-20th Anniversary Edition and Mousecraft (Both of which are cross-buy with all 3 systems).
PlayStation 3 users have several new titles to select from this week including the final episode of the Wolf Among Us, Le Tour de France – Season 2014, One Piece Unlimited World Red, and Sacra Terra: Kiss of Death.
Finally, as you are probably aware PlayStation Plus users now receive all of their free games at the beginning of the month and each week there will be new sales. This week PlayStation Plus users can take advantage of sales on content for Blacklight: Retribution and DC Universe Online.
Despite a lack of support from EA, Sony remains committed to the PlayStation Vita. To that end, as revealed by Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida, there are “many, many” first party games in development for the Vita. Some of those titles include:
- Freedom Wars
- Oreshika (JRPG)
- Murasaki Baby
- Helldivers (Cross Platform)
- CounterSpy (Cross Platform)
Luckily for gamers, those aren’t the only titles coming out of Sony for the Vita. After the jump, we have a few more to share with you.
Earlier this week, we ran an article about the reasons behind the lack of PS Vita support by EA. While EA sometimes doesn’t have the best reputation in the industry, their arsenal of games cannot be denied and their lack of support on Vita is truly a major hurdle for the portable console. With little time spent on the Vita at E3, many began to wonder if Sony shared a similar sentiment about their powerful portable. When Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida was interviewed in Spain last week, he was quoted saying
I would say, yes, that’s correct
When asked if there would be fewer first party titles on the Vita. Now the fan favored and outspoken Yoshida has gone on record to clarify his statement about first party games.