Sony Entertainment Network’s Music Unlimited service (formerly known as Qriocity) has opened a new category in response to popular demand. Player Attack reports the Game Music channel boasts an “expansive archive” of game soundtracks and will add new titles weekly, ranging from “massive blockbusters to cult classics” and kicking off with franchises like Silent Hill, Prince of Persia and Final Fantasy. Music Unlimited is available on a number of Sony devices including the PlayStation 3, and a 60 day free trial is avilable.
Far Cry 5: a tightly focused sandbox shooter about taking the fight directly to the source and oooooooooooh is that a fishing rod? Excuse me for the next three hours.
Shenmue 3 may escape Kickstarter limbo after all. Cross your fingers!
Age of Empires 4 announced, and it's being developed by Dawn of War and Company of Heroes creator Relic
Microsoft has just dropped what has to be the most surprising announcement of gamescom 2017: a new Age of Empires game.
Spotify will launch on PlayStation Network this spring as part of a new music destination called PlayStation Music.
Sony has posted a video showing you what’s new with its Music and Video Unlimited services on PlayStation 4.