Tag: PSN

  • Flashback

    Platform games in 1993 were a somewhat simpler thing. Focusing on second to second precision, they were more concerned with getting from left to right in as fast a time with as high a score as possible. Flashback, released originally on the Amiga and eventually seeing versions for pretty much everything that played games at…

  • Manhunt is now available on PSN

    The 2003 cult PS2 classic Manhunt, is now available to download on PSN! As James Earl Cash, you’re a death row inmate who awakens from the lethal injection chamber to discover he’s met a fate perhaps worse than death. As the star in a sick kill-or-be-killed reality TV show, your fate is left in the…

  • Fuse demo released this week

    A demo for Insomniac’s Fuse will be available on Xbox Live and PSN this Tuesday, 7th May. In the demo, players will take on the role of Dalton Brooks, Izzy Sinclair, Jacob Kimble and Naya Deveraux. The game allows players to play online cooperatively with up to four players, or in a 2-player split-screen. Fuse…

  • Terraria to Embark on PlayStation Vita This Summer

    The port is presumably based on the console re-releases of Terraria, which hit Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network earlier this week. In response to the announcement, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe executive Shahid Ahmad said: “We are tremendously excited about bringing Terraria to PS Vita. For us this is a real coup, the opportunity to bring…

  • Thomas Was Alone arrives on PSN next month

    Today it was confirmed by developer Mike Bithell that Thomas Was Alone will be coming to PSN for both the PS3 and PS Vita. Launching on the 24th April with the game priced at £5.99, and a 20-level DLC expansion pack also available for £1.99. Thomas Was Alone is a 2D platform-puzzle game that quickly…

  • Thinking With Chime

    PSN being down was definitely disappointing for me and that was before we found out exactly why it was down. I’m not going to go into the reasons why it was unavailable over chocolate egg weekend and for ages after, because there are a lot of people who have already done that. I’m just going…

  • Glitch Politics

    Since online gaming has existed there have been those willing to use cheats, codes and hacks to manipulate the gamespace to their advantage. Types of cheating can vary, ranging from the Fifa 10 leaderboard scam, with players suddenly appearing in the top 100 after gathering 20,000 skill-points overnight, to traditional approaches like griefing and invulnerability…