Sony's PlayStation Now streaming service has seen new success as of recent, doubling its subscription count since Spring last year.
Sony is raising the prices of PlayStation Plus in various regions of Asian and Europe, starting on August 1st. The last increase was in 2017.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has announced that a subscription program for its PlayStation Now service will be available on January 13.
OnLive is an interesting service, to be sure. It went from rumors to cries of how it will never work or come out, to being something that is a reality. Users have been requesting a subscription service
I want to take step back from a weeks ago when we reported on a rumor about the next Call of Duty game being subscription-based. Well, Activision Publishing CEO, Eric Hirshberg, has responded to these ongoing speculations
During a recent Activision conference call the company took the time to outline its plans for 2011 releases. Games like Spiderman, Transformers, X-Men, and another entry in the Hero series are all slated to hit store shelves
After only being released in early September, Cryptic's superhero MMORPG, Champions Online is going to go from being a subscription-based game to free to play. How does this affect Cryptic's other game, Star Trek Online? With the
Word is coming in from a live feed at Newsarama that Sony Online Entertainment has just dropped a bomb on the potential MMO gaming world of PS3. Apparently if you are a member of PlayStation Plus Newsarama
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Square Enix is making everyone do a back-flip right now with release dates for Final Fantasy XIV on PC as well as the Collector's Edition and a sweet mother-load of details that will make any Final Fantasy
Sony has finally confirmed their plans to offer a premium service for the PlayStation Network. Obviously, when we hear the words "premium," we instantly fear the worse, and that is coughing up money. Not that it's the