September 2017 PlayStation Plus games Revealed

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: News, PS4, Retro, Vita

New month means a fresh wave of games for PS Plus members. Here’s a list of what’s for free starting September 5th for North America and Europe. North America’s PSN will receive the following on September 5th: inFamous: Second Son, PS4 Strike Vector Ex, PS4 Monster Jam Battlegrounds, PS3 Hustle…

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Final Fantasy Tactics is now 20 years old

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: Retro

June 20th, 2017 marks 20 years since the classic PlayStation game Final Fantasy Tactics was released in Japan. Re-released on the PSP with updated, cinematic scenes, and then later ported to smartphones, it is still one of the best tactical games to this day. I can actually recall my childhood…

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PlayStation Plus games announced for June 2017

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, PS4, Retro, Vita

Another month, another batch of games included with PlayStation Plus subscriptions. This time around Sony has announced a little bit of everything via the PlayStation Blog, from emotional time travel stories to zombie gore galore. Here’s the full list: [PS4] Life is Strange (Episodes 1-5) [PS4] Killing Floor 2 [PS4…

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PlayStation Plus games announced for March 2017

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, PS4, Retro, Vita

Another month, another round of PlayStation Plus, and this time around it’s quite noteworthy! Not only will it feature a big AAA title in the form of Tearaway Unfolded, the PS4 port of the under-appreciated Vita gem, but also some recent, solid indie games. These include the Windjammers inspired Disc…

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30th anniversary Final Fantasy sale begins on PSN

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, PS4, Retro, Vita

During the 30th anniversary celebration late last month we learned that Japan would be receiving Final Fantasy sales across almost all digital storefronts for the occasion. Now those sales have activated in the US, too, with the PlayStation Network being filled with Final Fantasy deals. A few stand-out sales include…

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Soulcalibur series gets a 20th anniversary video

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, Retro

While it hasn’t had quite as many games as its Bandai Namco brethren Tekken, the weapon-based 1v1 fighting series Soulcalibur is still one of the development studio’s biggest franchises. The first entry, Soul Edge, was released in Japan for the original PlayStation during December 1996, meaning its console anniversary has…

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