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This week on the PlayStation Store, April 14, 2015

This week is a slow week on the PlayStation Store, but it isn’t without notable releases. Mortal Kombat X dropped, and a few interesting-looking indie titles are available too. Also, DC Universe Online has been… re-listed? Developer re-branding is serious business, apparently! PS4 Mortal Kombat X ( ) Here it is, the one like, still-relevant western fighting game. It’s more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, April 7, 2015

  Alright folks, there was some turbulence last night that saw the PlayStation Store blog update not going up until after I went to bed, but here we are. A new day, and a new reason to consume information about videogames. This week sees a bunch of multiplatform stuff, which makes my life a lot more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 31, 2015

Much closer to on time this week, here’s your ol’ pal Lucas’ take on the week’s PlayStation Store releases! It’s amazing how much that whole “real life” thing gets in the way of videogames. Anyway, this is a slower week than last, but a few games of significance are out, as well as a few more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 24, 2015

  This week’s PlayStation Store update is all about that Bloodborne. There’s also some Borderlands and a pre-order from that God of War III remaster nobody wants, but that’s beside the point. FROM Software is at it again, and everyone loves it. If you don’t care about having a disc, you’re gonna want to boot up the PlayStation more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 17, 2015

This week’s PlayStation Store update is big for fans of JRPGs and first-person shooters. You either waited months for the new Battlefield, or years for the not-so-new Final Fantasy. Either way, these two games have a truckload of hype behind them. Other than that, there’s a new game from NIS, the next Bladestorm and… Cars? PS4 Battlefield Hardline ($59.99 more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 10, 2015

Another busy week on the PlayStation Store! Isn’t it exciting when a super-anticipated game hits that isn’t a big, overhyped AAA joint? I sure think it is. This week sees the debut of Hotline Miami 2, which will likely be the primary reason most of you sign in to the storefront. It’s one of those fancy more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 3, 2015

Woah, tons of new games this week. And new freebies as well! Fire up your console of choice, get your butt over to the PlayStation Store and get a ton of free stuff. If spending money is more your flavor, there are plenty of new options this week. Check ‘em out: PS4 HELLDIVERS Limited Edition more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, February 24, 2015

If you’re into Dragon Ball, this week’s PlayStation Store update is something to be excited about. If you aren’t into Dragon Ball, maybe not. Unless you’re into Resident Evil, in which case you’re in good hands. If neither strikes your fancy, we can’t ever be friends. Sorry. PS4 Dragon Ball Xenoverse ($59.99, $84.99 for Season Pass more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, February 17, 2015

This week is a doozy. Another PS4 board game, British dudes shooting werewolves, a fancy version of a big fighting game and… Q*Bert??? We have an interesting list of games, and yet another big sale. Those seem to be happening pretty frequently lately. Hooray! PS4 Dead or Alive 5 Last Round ($39.99) This is exactly more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, February 11, 2015

Evolve is out! I wasn’t impressed with the beta, but you might like it, maybe! Also, cool indie stuff and a new Super Stardust! And if that’s not enough, you can also pre-order Dragon Ball Xenoverse, and that’s just too goofy of a name to pass up, right? All that and more is available with more »

This Week on the PlayStation Store, February 3, 2015

This week marks the first whole month of PlayStation Store coverage from yours truly! Wooo! Anyway, another month, another round of PlayStation Plus freebies. This month’s highlights are Transistor, Yakuza 4 and Rogue Legacy, but you can find the full list in the usual place. Two versions of the upcoming Mortal Kombat X are ready more »

Dealing with Sony’s neglect of YouTube, Maps, and near Vita apps

Sony has announced that they are removing or limiting the functionality of selected PlayStation Vita apps within the next few months. The YouTube app is already no longer available for download as of January 28, 2015 and will no longer be supported following April 20, 2015. An expected March 2015 system update will entirely disable more »