PlayStation Network News


PlayStation 3 streamlines adding PayPal funds

By Alice O'Connor, Nov 01, 2013 9:00am PDT

Sony has snuggled up a little closer to PayPal, not quite making it so you can directly pay for PSN purchases with your PayPal account, but certainly making it simpler. PlayStation 3 people can now add funds to their Sony Entertainment Network wallet directly from the PlaySt...


Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, Soul Sacrifice, and Resogun headline PlayStation Plus in November

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 31, 2013 9:30am PDT

November marks the beginning of PlayStation Plus' Instant Game Collection for PS4. That means Plus members will be able to pick up seven free games across three PlayStation platforms.


"No, the DLC is like weapons and armor and they are not better than the end game weapons from ..."

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Pain coming back to PS3 as a free-to-play game

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 24, 2013 4:45pm PDT

Pain was one of the first games available on PlayStation Network. It also served as a continuously evolving platform for many new PlayStation...


PS4 will launch with real name IDs

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 23, 2013 10:30am PDT

Yes, you can use your real name on PS4 at launch.


"Yeah I'd understand outrage if it was mandatory. This lets people do so if they want, and others ..."

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'Greatness Exchange' lets you trade your PSN trophies for prizes again

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 22, 2013 12:15pm PDT

Once again, Sony is allowing hardcore PlayStation Network players a chance to earn real prizes with their PSN trophies. "Greatness Exchange" will let PlayStation fans trade in their Gold trophies for entries into assorted sweepstakes.


Velocity Ultra blasting onto PS3 from Vita

By Alice O'Connor, Oct 16, 2013 9:30am PDT

Puzzling shoot 'em up Velocity Ultra is making the jump from PlayStation Vita to PS3 later this year. The HDified port is handled by, as every Vita indie port seems to be nowadays, Curve Studios, while creator FuturLab focuses on the sequel, Velocity 2X. Unfortunately it won...


PS4 games go on sale on PlayStation Store

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 15, 2013 2:30pm PDT

PS4 may not be available until November 15th, but that doesn't mean you can't start buying games now.


"I guess you could buy something like BF4 for the PS3 and then use the $10 credit to buy the PS4 ..."

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Proteus creator explains PS3/Vita-exclusive features

By Ozzie Mejia, Oct 11, 2013 11:55pm PDT

Proteus is set to hit PS3 and Vita later this month and creator Ed Key discusses some of the exclusive features set to hit these versions of the game.


The Wolf Among Us launch trailer... launches

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 09, 2013 11:00am PDT

Surprise! Telltale Games is launching their next game this week. And surprise again! They've released a new launch trailer to commemorate the sudden release.


"They're probably trying not to confuse the lowest common denominator. The same people who would ..."

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The Wolf Among Us launches on PC and Xbox 360 on October 11, PS3 later

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 08, 2013 3:30pm PDT

Telltale Games has had quite a bit of time to gloat over the numerous Game of the Year awards it nabbed with The Walking Dead. But now, it's time...


"Woah, nice weekend surprise. Suddenly I'm not that upset about having to cancel my camping trip."

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Proteus coming to PS3 and Vita this month with new world-generation features

By Steve Watts, Oct 08, 2013 9:30am PDT

Proteus is coming to PlayStation 3 and Vita this month, and it will sport some new features for creating and tweaking your procedurally-generated world.


The Walking Dead's first episode goes free on Xbox 360 and PS3

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 03, 2013 3:30pm PDT

If, for some reason, you've managed to bunker down and miss the release of last year's Game of the Year-winning The Walking Dead game, you'll be able to get a taste for free. Starting today, the first episode is now free on both Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Network.


PlayStation Plus 'buyouts' for devs confirmed by Sony

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 03, 2013 10:50am PDT

For gamers, PlayStation Plus' Instant Game Collection has been a tremendous deal, offering numerous "free" games as part of a subscription. But why do developers offer their games for free? Well, because some of them are getting paid for it, of course.


Tekken Revolution's free-to-play fights attract younger players

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 02, 2013 10:00am PDT

"It's important to have young fans," Harada explained to us. "Because they'll become interested in future projects from us." Ultimately, that will prove more valuable than making a quick buck, the company believes.


Shadow of the Colossus and Hotline Miami join PlayStation Plus in October

By Andrew Yoon, Sep 27, 2013 12:30pm PDT

PlayStation Plus continues to impress with its monthly updates to the Instant Game Collection.


"great value, I keep meaning to turn on my PS3 and claim some games. "

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