Today, is the official release for the Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle for Playstation 4 and Xbox One! This combo pack features two of the most popular videos of decade remastered for 4K resolution at 60 fps. In addition, the release features a special Launch Edition, that includes a Steelbook case and Anniversary Artwork. The artwork is produced by Weapons Van with supervision by both, Bayonetta director Hideki Kamiya and SEGA. Furthermore, SEGA has a launch trailer available for the game’s release, which can be seen below:
Sony promised last fall that, at some point in 2019, users of the Playstation Network (PSN) would be allowed to change their screennames at last. Today is the day — the option is a go! Up to this point, the name you entered as your Playstation Network ID was the one you would have forever, unless you were willing to start over and lose all the digital games and cloud saves tied to that account.
I have a tremendous respect for side-scrolling platformers that try to do things differently. Recently, both Limbo and Fez became two of my more favorite modern side-scrollers; Limbo was one of my favorite creepfests ever and Fez actually made me use my brain and after completing levels, I felt pretty good about myself. I accidentally stumbled about Black Knight Sword a few months back and was deeply bummed at the lack of attention that was brought to a game with, in my opinion, one of the best presentations of 2D gaming in recent years.
In 2011, Sony’s Playstation Network was hacked. The credit card information of millions was put in danger, and the entire network had to be shut down to root out the leak — a downtime that lasted 23 days. While the majority of Playstation users eventually came back, the consensus was that Sony needed to beef up its security for the sensitive info of the 77 million people it served, and it needed to do it soon. Five years later, Sony decided to do just that.
Suddenly, as of yesterday, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne was made available in the Playstation Network. This has become headline news on more sites than just this one.
After the high profile hacker attacks over Christmas on both the PlayStation Network (PSN) and XBox Live which left many unable to play on their shiny new consoles at all over the holiday period and millions of other players unable to access any network features, Sony has offered a free period of PlayStation Plus as well as a one-time discount on anything from the PlayStation Store.
Sony has announced that the PlayStation Network will be down for maintenance for six hours on Monday, November 17. It will be down from approximately 9:00 am to 3:00 pm PST, which will be 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm EST.
Tons of games are currently discounted on the PlayStation Store, focused on games with a female protagonist.
PSN will be receiving maintenance Monday, October 13th, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific Time. The maintenance will last approximately 7 hours.
In a post on their official site, Mojang has revealed that Minecraft will be releasing for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in August. The developers had previously announced that they were looking to bring the game to next generation consoles sometime this year, but have now given official confirmation.
Focus Home Interactive has released a new trailer for upcoming 2.5D side-scrolling arcade beat-em up, Final Exam.
Curious about how the PlayStation 4’s user interface will work? Want to see how all of those unifying functions Sony spokespersons have been talking about work? Then allow us to present the PS4 UI Overview promo, delivered at E3 earlier today.(more…)