Redbox, the vending machine movie rental service, is making the jump to streaming movies provider with a new service called Redbox Instant. The Verge reports that at launch, Redbox Instant will be available on a variety of devices but just one console – the Xbox 360. Gold Live subscribers are eligible for the $8 per month plan, which includes unlimited streaming and four traditional DVD rentals. Whether you subscribe or not, you’ll be able to make a la carte purchases and rentals. Redbox Instant is expected to launch in under two months.
Yuji Naka, the mastermind behind the Sonic the Hedgehog series, has joined Square Enix to work on an unannounced game.
Monster Hunter World will recieve an 815MB day one patch which opens multiplayer, fixes bugs, and adds Poogie the pet pig
After months of waiting and three beta tests, Monster Hunter World finally drops this Friday.
More than a decade after its original release on PS2, Shadow of the Colossus is back.
Sony has announced new PlayStation Vita apps rolling out on the North American store today.
The PlayStation 3 has four billion video apps, but not all of them. In today’s PlayStation Store update, Sony is adding another one, however, in the form of the Redbox Instant app.