Sony's cutting prices on 34 PlayStation Store games to $.99 for a weekend-long flash sale.
Highlights from the promotion include Braid, Tokyo Jungle, Everyday Shooter, and Super Stardust HD, with selections spanning PS3, PS Vita, and PSP. The sale is live now and will end on Monday at 7 PT.
The sale has only been announced for PSN US so far, but we'll update with any deals for Europe.
Young Horses' Octodad: Dadliest Catch is due to arrive on the PS4 on April 22nd for $15 USD. The title was previously released on PC, Mac, and Linux yet sold only 90,000 copies since it's January 30th launch. The PS4 iteration of Octodad includes a slew of updates as well as gameplay tweaks largely influenced from direct player feedback. Those on PS4 can enjoy PlayStation Move support and a local co-op mode that allows multiple players to control just one Octodad during play.
Golfers looking to get their virtual fix need to look gander no further than HB Studios and their golf simulation title, The Golf Club. Their game just landed on Steam Early Access and currently is featuring a 15% off discount to early adopters. Gamers can play either solo or online with their mates on premades courses or those of their own creation.
Those who choose to play Minecraft on the Xbox 360 are now able to download the Candy Texture Pack. The texture pack has been released just in time for Easter featuring ice cream trees, gingerbread golems, seas full of soda, and chocolate cake stone. The Candy Texture Pack can be purchased for $1 USD and games can check out various screenshots of the pack in use below!
Microsoft’s April system update for the Xbox One is live and has issued several improvements in the form of better Kinect voice and gesture commands, progress bars for save files and apps, and improved Friend notifications. It seems the company is gearing up for its next system update fairly soon though, as a letter was sent out to previous participants for the next preview. Ch ...read more
The PS4 sold more than the Xbox One or any other console in March – making it the hardware leader for the third consecutive month – market research group NPD reports. The Xbox One and PS4 pushed US hardware sales in March up 78 percent from 2013, from $222 million to $395 million. Overall game sales in March were up 3 percent year-over-year.
Five months in, the PS4 an ...read more
The on-again, off-again BioShock movie adaptation appears to be on the move again, as Sony Pictures has registered three domains seemingly related to the ethereal film.
As Kotaku points out, Sony Pictures now holds the rights to bioshock-movie.com, bioshock-movie.net and bio-shock.net. None of those URLS bring up any sort of content, suggesting a preemptive move to lock up the d ...read more
Titanfall producer Drew McCoy ain’t give a **** if his game is making dollars, he’s doing it for the love.
Speaking to GameSpot, McCoy said he’s happy the development team is still working on it – he’s not in this business for the cheddar.
“I don’t know if it’s making a profit, I don’t know if it’s meeting ...read more
Sony has announced plans to launch the first range of PlayStation Now enabled Bravia televisions in North America this June.
The Bravia 4K Ultra HD TV line-up consists of nine models priced between $2,099 (49-inch) and $24,999 (85-inch). Users will be able to connect DualShock 3 controllers to the TVs to play streamed PS3 games.
Revealed at CES in January, PS Now will ...read more
More than 5 million Xbox One consoles have been shipped to retailers since the system launched in November, Microsoft announced Thursday.
That's up more than a million from the 3.9 million consoles Microsoft reported it shipped in 2013. Microsoft said that 311,000 units were sold in the US in the month of March, putting its latest system 60 percent ahead of Xbox 360 at the same point in their respect ...read more