Danganronpa Titles Being Removed From PlayStation Store Starting August 31st

Danganronpa

Select Danganronpa titles will be removed from the PlayStation Store on PSN starting August 31st and running through September 25th, 2020. Five titles in total will be excised from PlayStation’s digital network, according to an announcement from NIS America. Continue reading “Danganronpa Titles Being Removed From PlayStation Store Starting August 31st”

Sony Is No Longer In The Handheld Business Anymore, Says Sony CEO Jim Ryan

If you are a fan of handheld devices, or in particular, products from Sony and its social justice policies, then you will find that the area for similar things to the PS Vita is empty. Sony Interactive CEO, Jim Ryan, claims that Sony is no longer in the handheld business anymore. Continue reading “Sony Is No Longer In The Handheld Business Anymore, Says Sony CEO Jim Ryan”

Never Apologize To The Outrage Mob, Says Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story Dev

Sense A Cyberpunk Ghost Story

Cancel culture is all the rage these days, perpetuated and employed by the outrage mob and the supposed “Liberal” elites, which is mostly composed of anti-white, anti-feminine, anti-masculine postmodernists. Most developers, artists, and creators keep their mouths shut and avoid talking about the harms of censorship and cancel culture, but the developer of the upcoming sexy horror game, Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, decided to stand up and offer some words of encouragement to creators by telling them to “never apologize”. Continue reading “Never Apologize To The Outrage Mob, Says Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story Dev”

Furwind, 16-Bit Inspired Platformer Now Available On PS4, PS Vita, Nintendo Switch

Furwind

Furries are probably dripping liquids in all the wrong places knowing that Furwind from Spanish outfits Boomfire Games and JanduSoft is now available on home consoles, specifically the Nintendo Switch, the PS Vita, and the PlayStation 4. Continue reading “Furwind, 16-Bit Inspired Platformer Now Available On PS4, PS Vita, Nintendo Switch”

Limited Run Games Bringing Physical Edition Of Popular Visual Novel To The States

Limited Run Games has become well-known in recent years for bringing digital-only games to physical mediums and their first direct localization from Japan will be the fan-favorite visual novel, The House in Fata Morgana. It’s actually due out next week for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Continue reading “Limited Run Games Bringing Physical Edition Of Popular Visual Novel To The States”

PlayStation Now Is Apparently Doing Pretty Well, Reaches 700K Users

Sony recently made public its earnings announcement for FY2018, with one of the key standouts being that its streaming service, PlayStation Now, is building quite a bit of momentum. Continue reading “PlayStation Now Is Apparently Doing Pretty Well, Reaches 700K Users”

You Can Finally Change You PlayStation Network ID, But It’s A Little Risky

It’s been a long, long time coming, but anyone who wants to change their PlayStation Network ID can finally drop xXxDarkBlade69xXx and replace it with something that falls a little more in line with their current sensibilities. Continue reading “You Can Finally Change You PlayStation Network ID, But It’s A Little Risky”

Sony Offers 14-Day Return Window On Digital PlayStation Games, DLC, Add-Ons

Sony PS4

Sony’s move to bring to cessation the global retailer keys for digital products has become a lot more clear now that they’ve introduced a 14-day refund return window for digital goods. Gamers were originally worried that Sony was attempting to scuttle the PlayStation brand by removing the ability to purchase digital keys from various retailers, but it appears the move was to consolidate digital key distribution so that they could maintain control over the new refund policy. Continue reading “Sony Offers 14-Day Return Window On Digital PlayStation Games, DLC, Add-Ons”

New PlayStation Games, Trailers, Announcements Set For First ‘State of Play’ presentation Monday

With Sony cancelling its PlayStation Experience last December and its usual E3 press conference this June, it looks like the publisher will now be relying on video presentations to update everyone on what they can expect out of the PlayStation brand. They’re calling these videos “State of Play,” and the first one airs this coming Monday, March 25. Continue reading “New PlayStation Games, Trailers, Announcements Set For First ‘State of Play’ presentation Monday”

A Certain Magical Virtual-On Temporarily PS4, PS Vita Sales Suspended Due To Various Circumstances

A CErtain Magical Virtual On

Sega announced on March 20th, 2019 via a blog post over on the official Sega of Japan website that A Certain Magical Virtual-On, or Virtual-On x Toaru Majutsu no Index, has been pulled pulled from the PS4 and PS Vita store shelves in Japan, and no longer made available for digital download after March 21st, 2019. Continue reading “A Certain Magical Virtual-On Temporarily PS4, PS Vita Sales Suspended Due To Various Circumstances”

The PlayStation Vita Is Officially Dead

You wouldn’t be blamed for thinking this news already occurred years ago but, as of this weekend, production of the PlayStation Vita has officially come to an end. For a portable console that was basically released and left to flounder about by its creator, you have to admit that an eight-year run is pretty impressive. Continue reading “The PlayStation Vita Is Officially Dead”

Fate/Extella Link Character Trailers Highlight Nero, Nameless, Tamamo no Mae

Fate Extella Link

Marvelous Entertainment and XSeed Games released three new gameplay trailers for the upcoming hack-and-slash, thousand-army game for the PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. Type-Moon and First Studios’ upcoming Fate/Extella Link features the same fast-paced 3D gameplay found in Koei Tecmo’s Dynasty Warriors titles or Tamsoft’s Senran Kagura games. Continue reading “Fate/Extella Link Character Trailers Highlight Nero, Nameless, Tamamo no Mae”

PlayStation Plus February Games Contain Hitman, For Honor, Metal Gear Solid 4

For Honor

Sony finally decided to get off their lazy behinds and give PlayStation Plus subscribers some good games for once. This includes the entire complete first season of IO Interactive’s Hitman, which began back in 2016 as a quasi-reboot sequel, along with Ubisoft’s For Honor. The details were rolled out over on the PlayStation Blog, where they also announced that they’re upgrading the cloud storage to 100GB. Continue reading “PlayStation Plus February Games Contain Hitman, For Honor, Metal Gear Solid 4”