One of the best racing games on the original PlayStation is back again for a second lap on the PlayStation Network In March.
Back to the streets of Japan, with the next game in the action-adventure series from Sega, for more street-fighting, host-club hopping, karaoke singing, organized crime action to become number one in hood – dragon style.
The sequel to Q-Games’ journey-into-the-deep shooter is on course to the PlayStation Network with new levels, new abilities, and a new online competitive multi-player mode.
Relieve the 16-bit era through the PlayStation Network, with the Sega Genesis Collection in March, which is offering a free month for PlayStation Plus members.
Finally at long last and by nobody’s surprise, Sony unveils their new attempt at trying to meld both mobile phone and gaming platform.
Fight against demented-looking creatures and explore the deeper mysteries behind the third entry to the mind-provoking survival-horror series by Square Enix.
At the recent reveal for Sony’s next portable machine, Nathan Drake and a group of other interesting first-party games lined-up to show off the true power of the successor to the PSP.
Raccoons, Lombaxes, and whatever the heck Jak is – oh my! Stars from 3 popular PlayStation series come together for an epic universe-crossing adventure for the PlayStation Move.
It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine… in fact I feel pumped – as should you – because awesome high-octane off-road racing is back once again with MotorStorm Apocalypse.
Gather round and hang on to your keyboards tight, as yours truly drops the key facts about the successor to the PlayStation Portable.