PSP owners will get a bonus with early copies of this month’s Persona 2: Innocent Sin.
After April’s hack attack on Sony and the Playstation Network, new measures are being taken to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
With Sir Patrick Stewart to guide you, is there even any doubt that you’ll make it through the Martian invasion unscathed?
The game that launched a thousand LAN parties is returning for a new generation.
Team 17 announce a Worms title to introduce the best of the lovable invertebrates to new audiences.
Brink’s first DLC, Agents of Change, is to be released on August 3rd. And the best part? It’s completely free.
Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield are back, and this time they are in stunning HD!
Grab your map and pray to the Random Number God, Wizardry is back!
Popular Xbox Live Arcaded title Limbo is coming to PlayStation Network and Steam after all.
While the PSN allows online play and PlayStation Home, its marketplace is still missing in action.
Sony teams up with an identity protection firm to safeguard customers’ identity.
The BnB crew discuss the ramifications of “PSN-gate” and how they, as Sony customers, feel about the situation.
A letter to Sony from a dissatisfied consumer.
Sony raises millions for earthquake victims via special PSN goodies.
The hacktivist group has begun targeting Sony employees, the Sony and PlayStation websites as well as the PSN.
Online storage for game saves is coming in a new update to PSN tomorrow, but only for PlayStation Plus users.
Explodemon! has hit the PSN like a (avoid explosion pun) bag of hammers. From the time you start it up you’ll notice a pretty definite Mega Man influence – the titular Explodemon could almost be a palette swap of the Blue Bomber.
The official PlayStation app has been released for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android.
I’m sure a lot of you guys out there can’t help but have noticed the pictures currently doing the rounds from the latest Sonic game. No, I’m not talking about Sonic the Hedgehog 4, nor am I referring to Sonic Colours (colour has a “U” in it by the way). The game in question happens to be a fan-made project snappily entitled Sonic Fan Remix (SFR).