Sony's PS4 event left us asking plenty of questions. Which games are PS4 exclusives? Which are PS3 games? And which are both?
On today's 50th episode of preGame we'll dive deeper into the PSN outage woes, talk about renting games from a box, give away Call of Duty: Black Ops DLC codes, and demo MotorStorm: Apocalypse!
On today's 50th episode of preGame we'll dive deeper into the PSN outage woes, talk about renting games from a box, giveaway Call of Duty: Black Ops DLC codes, and demo Motorstorm: Apocalypse!
A nifty peripheral for racing games quietly emerged from Sony's E3 conference.
Sony has pulled another PS Vita title from the PSN store following a blog by a known hacker about its security holes.
It'll be here in February, and now Sony has announced the full line-up of its games to accompany its new handheld console.
The display, which comes with a pair of 3D glasses and a copy of MotorStorm: Apocalypse, will retail for $499.99 when it launches.
Here's another reason to purchase a PlayStation 3 over a standalone 3D Blu-ray player to go with your 3D TV.
Sony's handheld gets two big-name racers in the next few weeks. We race them both and see how they stack up.
"Pacific Rift" is the follow-up to the original PlayStation 3 launch game "MotorStorm." This time around, gamers are treated not just to an amazing racing experience, but also to twice the number of tracks compared with the original. Also, localized multiplayer has been added in addition to a robust online racing experience. "MotorStorm: Pacific Rift" crashes into stores October 28 exclusively for PlayStation 3.