Sony reveals the PS4, PS3, and Vita games that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers for December 2017, but the selection is quite lackluster.
Yacht Club Games updates the PC version of Shovel Knight to include the Battletoads boss fights that were previously exclusive to the Xbox One version of the game.
PlayStation boss Andrew House states that the company has no plans to take on the Nintendo Switch’s handheld gaming functionality, making a Vita 2 highly unlikely.
Square Enix producer Masaru Oyamada confirms that the Secret of Mana rework will not include online cooperative multiplayer, choosing to stay true to its roots.
Sony allegedly ‘refused’ to take part in the Minecraft Better Together update which allows all players on all platforms to play together with the same content.
Head of Xbox Phil Spencer takes to Twitter to discuss a recent trip he took to Mojang, where he saw what the team was working on for the future of Minecraft.
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is launching September 26 for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, says NIS America as part of the publisher/localizer’s annual press event.
Sony announces the discontinuation of PlayStation Now on PS3, Vita, and Bravia TV models, citing an increased focus on the PS4 and PC versions of the streaming service.
Sony is kicking off PlayStation Plus in 2017 the same way it was kicked off in 2016 – with a Double Fine adventure game! Day of the Tentacle headlines in January.
Tactical stealth game Invisible, Inc. and fantasy action RPG Stores: The Path of Destinies headline the group of free PlayStation Plus titles for December.
In a new development update video for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, project leader Koji Igarashi announces that the game will be delayed until the first half of 2018.
July is coming to an end and Sony is ready to unveil the line-up of free games arriving with August’s round of PlayStation Plus titles, including Yakuza 5.
Players who have completed Mighty No. 9 are claiming that the credits are over four hours long — which means that they’re actually a little longer than the game itself.
Sony announces plans to once again offer screenings of its live E3 press conference, a show of strength that has fans excited about what could be on display.
The newest Mighty No. 9 trailer is getting pummeled by negative responses due to its hokey marketing combined with the latent frustrations of those who are still bitter about the game’s numerous delays.
With news breaking that Disney Infinity will be no more, we take a look at the ten greatest possible figurines that will never come to be within the franchise.
After an extended wait including several major delays, Keiji Inafune is confirming that Might No. 9 is gold. The 2D side-scrolling shooter launches June 21.