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PS Plus, March Free Titles Revealed

Punctually as every last Wednesday of the month PlayStation, through its website and its social channels, has revealed what are the titles that the PS Plus service will allow you to download for free to ...

PlayStation sales slowed more than expected

In 2018, in parallel with the announcement of the arrival of a new generation of consoles, Sony had announced that the revenues derived from its videogame department would drop. Latest data in hand, however, the situation seems ...
Death Stranding

TGS: Death Stranding shows itself in a long gameplay video

One of the undisputed protagonists of this fall, like it or not, will certainly be Death Stranding, the latest effort by the histrionic Hideo Kojima. Metal Gear Solid's dad has been (as usual) very cryptic over the last ...
Days of Play 2019

Days of Play - Eleven days of unmissable discounts on all Playstation products

The meteorological summer is now approaching at full speed, between: sun, holidays, sea and ..... Days of play !!! Eleven days of unmissable discounts for all owners of the Sony monolith. In fact, from 7 to 17 June Sony ...

Antitrust Authority considers PS Plus "unfair commercial practice": 2 MLN fine to Sony!

The AGCM (Competition and Market Authority), also known as antitrust, in its latest weekly bulletin dealt with the case of PlayStation Plus, a service offered by Sony to be able to play online ....

PS Plus: January games without triple A

2019, for PS Plus subscribers, will start a little subdued. In fact, the free titles for the month of January have been announced and, unless you are a fan of the various genres ...
Online Money

Console: Is it fair to pay for online services?

It has been a couple of days since the news that Sony has increased the costs for its Playstation Plus online service starting from August 31st. Fresh news instead is that ...

E3 2016? Also take part!

  Have you ever thought that simply by playing online you would be participating in the largest annual videogame event in the beautiful city of Los Angeles? Yes, we are talking about E3 2016: thanks to Sony this is ...

Game Designers (and not only) from all over the world thank Fumito ...

It was December 6, 2001 when ICO came out in Japan, a puzzle-adventure game developed by the homonymous Team Ico and created by Fumito Ueda, game designer who ...

Halo Infinite, new multiplayer modes by the end of the year

Halo Infinite is preparing for the launch of the campaign, which will take place on December 8th, but obviously does not neglect its multiplayer sector. After...

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