It’s almost the end of the month. Soon, we won’t be dining on cheap dog food! Nope, it’ll be gourmet canned dog food for a week or two! Ha! Still, you may have a few bucks left to spare. You could be kind and give said cash to a charity. Or you could not waste your cash and spend it on yourself instead, because it’s not like you’re getting anything tangible in return from those damn orphans. Fortunately, there’s a PSN flash sale. So buy. Spend. CONSUME!
The PSN (and Xbox Live) has been victim of so many hacks, attacks and other down times. This was exacerbated by some issues of communication. Now, Sony is being proactive about telling people if the PSN is up or down, and which parts are experiencing the issues.
We’re living in a digital-driven age, where more and more of our purchases are made online with details that are stored somewhere on a server we hope is secure. There are, of course, various ways to ensure this information stays safe, but no matter how much security there is a system is always vulnerable to attack. In those cases, it’s great to have good customer service to fall back on, so that any collateral damage is dealt with. It’s that last step where Sony is falling so very short.
Not all free-to-play games are equal. Some of them are more concerned with ringing every possible bit of cash out of a player before offering them anything that is actually worthwhile, whereas other games are actually pretty damn fun to play and worth a few extra bucks being tossed towards the experience. Take WarFrame for instance. It’s a solid game, that can easily be enjoyed with or without cash. That business model has proven to be rather profitable for the title, and Sony is paying attention.
A few times a year, Steam has their massive sales and causes PC gamers' backlogs of games to grow. Console and handheld gamers generally pay more for games and therefore have smaller backlogs, at least in theory. However, with this new PlayStation sale, it's a good time to build your console backlog.
Without any fanfare this time, Sony has rolled a firmware update for PS4. It offers such amazing features as... increased stability. Unfortunately, that stability may not extend to the PlayStation Network as users are already reporting issues.
Chances are that if you’re playing anything online this week, it’s Evolve. The asymmetrical multiplayer shooter released today on console and PC, and it’s best played with other human beings online. If you’re playing on PS4, you might a have few issues with PSN on Thursday.
It's been a mere three weeks since Resident Evil was re-released for modern gamers. With a shiny coat of paint and the glory of nostalgia, Resent Evil HD Remaster was sure to do well. But it has done even better than expected.
Dying Light is, in some capacity, available for purchase worldwide now. I've been having good and bad times with it over the past few days, and hope to have my review out fairly soon. Some PS4 owners, however, are struggling to even get the game to download. It seems like the PS4 gets confused, but thankfully there's a neat little workaround already.
Suikoden was one of my favorite franchises. Unfortunately, many people in the West have no idea what I'm talking about. Well, that used to be the case - with Konami's game getting a release on the PSN, it's getting a new life, and hopefully a revival.
Remember when everyone thought that we'd all be living out of the cloud by now? Servers and networks are excellent... when they work. Of course, when they go down it leads to all kinds of rage and frustration. The PlayStation Network has been plagued with issues since Xmas, and they still can't get it right.
A while back, I sold my PS3. I was done, and ready to move on. Now I hear that Suikoden II has been released on that console, as well as the PS Vita. And I feel like an amazingly massive tosspot over this missed opportunity.
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