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  • The Weekly Wrap – ME3 delayed, Anonymous vs PSN

    Some weeks are born great, and some have greatness thrust upon them. Others have rainbow-farting unicorns. This was the latter.

  • EU PSN members to get free games with Sony's Welcome Back program

    Sony has announced on the EU PS Blog that as well as offering data protection services endemic to each region, it will also be offering PSN users two free games from a list of five titles as part of a Welcome Back program. PSP users will be able to choose from a list of four. […]

  • US leads world with greatest number of PSN accounts

    The Playstation Network outage has impacted PS3 users worldwide, but which country suffered the most? Let’s find out.

  • The Weekly Wrap – ApocalyPSN, Project Café and more

    This week, we’ve decided to blather on for 15,000 words about PSN and the Royal Wedding. Kidding. Mostly.

  • Microsoft issues statement regarding PSN outage

    A Microsoft representative has issued a statement to Electronic Theatre regarding the ongoing PSN issues, which are plaguing users worldwide.

  • The Weekly Wrap – Skyrim, Portal 2 backlash, PSN Outage

    You are cordially invited to discuss the week’s happenings. If you refuse, we’ll spoil Portal 2. GlaDOS kills Dumbledore. You’ve been warned.

  • Super Stardust HD to get 'Impact Mode' DLC

    Sony has announced some new Super Stardust HD DLC for spring release, titled the “Impact Mode.”

  • Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver to get PSN release

    Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, the classic third-person adventure game staring vampire soul-sucker Raziel, will be releasing on the EU PSN tomorrow as a PSone classic.

  • Arc the Lad II and Arc Arena releasing on PSN next week

    More Arc the Lad games are going to hit PSN soon.

  • Patapon 3 multiplayer demo coming next week

    Getting tired of your usual multiplayer diet of gritty first-person shooters, but don’t think rhythm games have enough violence and/or eyeballs? Have you been in touch with a genie lately? Because your incredibly specific wish has been granted.

  • Reminder: PS3 firmware 3.40, PlayStation Plus now available [Update]

    Update: For all Euro members who got a year’s sub to PS Plus, LittleBigPlanet is now on the PS Store for free. It comes in at a hefty 2039Mb. Original Story: Remember that thing Sony tried to fit around Kevin Butler’s speech at E3? We think it was called a “press conference” or something like […]

  • Rumor: Sony to reveal premium PSN+ services at E3

    Rumor has it that Sony’s set to reveal a premium for PSN called PSN+ during its E3 media blast.

  • PSN experiences total blackout, causes some offline games to stop working [Update 2]

    Update: Sounds like the PSN outage’s only part of the problem. PS3s that haven’t suckled at the Internet’s bounteous teat for years are reverting their clocks to 12/31/1999 for some reason. If we didn’t know about Sony’s strict no-mad-scientist policy, we’d swear this was part of some larger conspiracy. Thanks, Joystiq and lindblum_resident. Update 2: […]

  • Rumor: Dead Space: Extraction, Planet Cracker invading XBLA, PSN

    In space, no one can hear you scream. At least, that’s what we thought until we played Dead Space, which had us screeching in pitches so high that our beards threatened to leave us for better men. Fortunately for our poor hearts, two Dead Space-themed games – Dead Space: Extraction and Planet Cracker – will […]

  • Sony's CES keynote: PSN coming to Blu-Ray players, TVs, and PCs next month

    Your PSN’s so fat, it doesn’t sit in your PS3 – it sits in outlying Sony products around your PS3! That incredibly juvenile third grade holdover more or less describes the goal of Sony Network Entertainment, an upcoming expansion of PSN.

  • PlayStation Network is three years old, folks

    SCEA has announced today that the PlayStation Network is three years old this week. Wow. Time flies when you’re having fun. “We are extremely proud that in just three years into its lifecycle, PlayStation 3 and the unmatched digital offerings of PlayStation Network have helped to redefine the connected home entertainment experience,” said SCEA’s Patrick […]

  • PS3 firmware 3.10 to introduce Facebook functionality, other tweaks

    Not to be outdone by the Xbox 360’s upcoming social media frenzy, Sony’s been doing a little super-poking around of its own. The result: PS3-powered Facebook updates. If you so choose, the PS3 will soon be able to update your Facebook status each time you earn a Trophy or make a purchase on the PlayStation […]

  • Meet the new Earthworm Jim, same as the old Earthworm Jim

    Yesterday’s announcement that Gameloft had picked up the rights to give your Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii a case of the worms wasn’t exactly clear on what form said creepy-but-not-crawly would take. Would it be a new game, or would it be a port of a classic earthworm escapade? G4 asked Gameloft, and promptly received […]

  • Confirmed: Braid a lock for PSN

    IGN‘s received word from Hothead Games that the rumored PSN port of Braid isn’t just some practical joke cooked up by those kooky pranksters on the German ratings board. The platform-puzzler is set to hit both North American and European PS3s. However, no other details — like release date or price — have been given. […]

  • Rumor: PSN cards coming to Europe, launching with PSP Go

    Belgian site appears to have cracked open a hidden vein of European prepaid PSN cards, and will share its bounty with everyone else on October 1. The PSP Go — in all its download-only glory — also launches on October 1, so pairing it with PSN cards makes sense. The cards will apparently come […]

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