Entries in 'playstation network' (23)
Sony has agreed to a preliminary settlement of $15m in a class action lawsuit regarding its 2011 security breach.
An equivalent of Steam's Early Access initiative could be on its way to PS4, PS3 and Vita via the PlayStation Network.
The option to rent titles via PlayStation network has been spotted in the wild.
Konami has offered an extra incentive for PS3 owners to pre-order the digital version of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.
Moss-developed Japanese shmup Raiden IV is getting a digital release on PS3 in the West.
Epay regional director EMEA Jason Thompson talks us through the future of digital products on the High Street.
Sony has slashed the prices of a number of its top titles in a surprisingly aggressive February sale on PSN.
The UK arm of Amazon is now selling PSN games.
Two more of PS4’s PSN features have been reactivated by Sony.
The PS3 and Vita versions of FIFA 14 can currently be had for half price on PSN.
Sony has said that further alterations will be made to PS4 digital game pricing before the console’s official UK launch on Friday (November 29th).
They say that broadband is the biggest barrier to an all-digital games industry. Others may disagree.
All UK retailers are invited to sell our PSN games, says SCE UK.
Users who suddenly found themselves unable to log into PSN last night have been told that Sony has reset their passwords.
The next-gen is finally upon us following the North American launch of the PS4 last night.
Surprise – Amazon has launched a PlayStation Network Digital Games and DLC Store in the US.
PS3 owners can start downloading Call of Duty: Ghosts on their PS3 right now.
Gamers will, should they chose to, be allowed to use their real names when gaming online with PS4 at launch.
Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V has not just been breaking records on the High Street.
Sony is doing all it can to prepare PSN for a post-PS4 world where game download sizes will hit an eye-watering 50GB.
There is uproar on the European PSN forums this afternoon following the delay of the Grand Theft Auto V pre-load.
Grand Theft Auto V became available to pre-order on the PlayStation Network this weekend, but a gaffe has left Sony in hot water.
Sony has given up its appeal against the fine issued by the UK's Information Commissioner’s Office regarding negligence in the famed hack of Playstation Network in 2011.