This Week’s PSN Sale Recommendations

Another Tuesday, another batch of sales over on the PlayStation Store. This week offers discounts on 505 Games and EA published titles, along with various PS2-to-PS4 releases for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Let's get down to the recommendations, shall we? Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy (PS2-to-PS4) - $17.49 (50% off) Indigo Prophecy (PS2-to-PS4) - $7.49 (50% off) … Continue reading This Week’s PSN Sale Recommendations

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Let’s Talk About January’s PS Plus Lineup, Shall We?

With Playstation 4 in a commanding lead this console generation and a Playstation Plus subsription now a requirement for users to play games online with their friends, Sony has far less incentive to pull out the big guns each month with their "free" incentive titles. However, that doesn't necessarily mean their choices are bad. Let's … Continue reading Let’s Talk About January’s PS Plus Lineup, Shall We?

Letter Quest Remastered is Quite Good, Despite Personal Issues on Vita

Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey was one of the first mobile games to successfully hold my attention, with its neat gameplay hook, cute characters, crisp graphics, and steady stream of rewarding upgrades. I'm a firm believer that just because a game exists on a mobile device doesn't necessarily make it bad, and I looked forward to checking out Letter … Continue reading Letter Quest Remastered is Quite Good, Despite Personal Issues on Vita

PlayStation’s First PS Plus Lineup Since the Price Hike is Pretty Damn Good.

Now that the cost of PlayStation Plus is up to $60 USD per year, it's safe to assume that we're all hoping for a more reliable, improved online experience, along with a higher quality of incentive titles offered month to month. October is also synonymous with Halloween, so my fingers were crossed for some sort of horror … Continue reading PlayStation’s First PS Plus Lineup Since the Price Hike is Pretty Damn Good.

PlayStation Plus Lineup for September 2016

The folks at PlayStation sure waited until the last minute to reveal their September lineup of incentive titles for PS Plus subscribers. With the yearly subscription cost of the service increasing (for the first time in 6 years) from $50 to $60 on the 22nd, now would be the time to show subscribers the value … Continue reading PlayStation Plus Lineup for September 2016

PlayStation Plus August Lineup Confirmed

With Xbox confirming their list of Xbox Live Gold incentive titles a couple of days ago, it was only a matter of time until Sony followed suit. We're only 3 days away from August 1st, after all!  PS4 owners will receive the multi-player Tetris parody Tricky Towers, in which up to 4 players compete to … Continue reading PlayStation Plus August Lineup Confirmed

PSN Plus and Xbox Games With Gold Both Offer Solid Lineups in July

It's hard to believe half of 2016 will be over in a matter of days, but a new month means a new lineup of incentive titles for Playstation and Xbox subscribers. And if I do say so myself, both are giving up some pretty rad games. As always, Xbox One owners will have access to … Continue reading PSN Plus and Xbox Games With Gold Both Offer Solid Lineups in July

PSN Plus and Xbox Games With Gold Revealed for February. Let’s talk.

It's hard to believe the first month of 2016 is coming to a close already. It feels like yesterday I was sitting here ranting about my end of year gaming goal failure, or typing up my Game of the Year posts, and now it's time to talk about February stuff. Time flies, doesn't it? Each month brings … Continue reading PSN Plus and Xbox Games With Gold Revealed for February. Let’s talk.

REVIEW: Limbo – A strong argument for video games as an art form, or hipster indie garbage?

Played on: Xbox 360 Played for: About 4 or 5 hours to finish up the storyline and nab a few hidden eggs. Limbo is the first game released by Danish developer Playdead and made its debut on the Xbox 360 back in July of 2010. It's now three years later and I finally decided to … Continue reading REVIEW: Limbo – A strong argument for video games as an art form, or hipster indie garbage?

Bloodrayne: Betrayal & Outland FREE for PSN Plus Subscribers!

To be honest, I lost interest in the Bloodrayne series after playing the original for PS2 and watching that God awful Uwe Boll film. Bloodrayne: Betrayal actually caught my attention before as it's no longer a 3D action game but a 2D action platformer. I'm glad I waited since it's free right now. I played … Continue reading Bloodrayne: Betrayal & Outland FREE for PSN Plus Subscribers!