Switch Lights

The lights are on

What's Happening
  • Blog Post: Fan-Made Kingdom Hearts Orchestrated Soundtrack Project Destati Launches

    The first of three fan-made orchestrated albums of Kingdom Hearts music, entitled Project Destati, is now available. You can find the first album, Light, by heading here to grab the album on iTunes or Loudr.fm for $9.99. The project is the brainchild of trio of musicians, Kristin Naigus, David Russell... More
  • Blog Post: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha Vs. King Abaddon Now Available As PS2 Classic

    The PlayStation 2 Shin Megami Tensei title with the impossibly long title (it almost didn't fit in our headline field) is available now to download on the PlayStation Network. The game is available for PlayStation 3 players to download, and you can grab it for $9.99 by heading here . Shin Megami... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Persona 4 Coming To PlayStation 3 April 8 As PS2 Classic

    Update: Atlus has confirmed the release of Persona 4 on PSN. The title will be available on PlayStation 3 as a PS2 Classic on April 8 for $9.99. Original Story: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4, the PlayStation 2 turned critically applauded Vita game, may be coming to PlayStation 3. All there is to go on... More
  • Blog Post: Trapt Heading To PSN As PS2 Classic

    Just in case you didn't get enough Trapt from our recent Super Replay , you will be able to download the game from the PlayStation Network starting in a few days. Trapt's release was mentioned during a recent episode of the PlayStation Blogcast . The game follows the exploits of Princess Allura... More
  • Blog Post: Handy Graphic Shows Video Game Console Cost Adjusted For Inflation Up To Current-Gen

    Video games are an expensive hobby, and while it might not appear to be true – considering current prices – in general, the cost of playing video games has gone down over the years. You'll see the chart below, which was posted on reddit last month by user Auir2blaze . It puts into perspective... More
  • Blog Post: Atlus Re-Releases Stella Deus On The PlayStation Network

    Stella Deus: The Gate of Eternity released on PlayStation 2 back in 2005. Today, Atlus has re-released the game as a PlayStation 2 classic on the PlayStation Network. Stella Deus is a game just two years shy of its ten year anniversary. It's a strategy title with hand-drawn artwork, making it a game... More
  • Blog Post: Rockstar's Manhunt Stalks The PlayStation Store

    Rockstar's unappreciated, ultra-violent stealth title is now available on the PS2 Classics storefront on the PlayStation Network. If you've never played Manhunt, it's one of the company's more overlooked gems. That said, it's a dark and disturbing ride that's not for everyone... More
  • Blog Post: More Grand Theft Auto Games Heading To PlayStation Network

    Both Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories are heading to PlayStation Network next week. Though originally released on the PlayStation Portable (those versions are already available on PSN), both titles will be the PlayStation 2 versions and playable on the PlayStation 3. They'll... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Looks Back On The PlayStation 3

    In preparation for Sony's Wednesday announcement, Sony has been looking at the legacies of its hardware. Now it's PlayStation 3's turn. You can head here to see the video for the PlayStation , and here for the PlayStation 2 . Below you'll see Sony's PlayStation 3 video. More
  • Blog Post: Sony Reflects On Its PlayStation 2 Legacy

    Sony has a big announcement coming up on Wednesday, and in preparation, it is looking back on its history of hardware releases. You can see the first video here , and the video below looks at the success of the PlayStation 2. [via PlayStation Blog ] More
  • Blog Post: Sony Ends PlayStation 2 Production Worldwide

    News of Sony ending PlayStation 2 production in Japan broke last month, but now Sony has confirmed to The Guardian that after 12 years, production of the console will be ending worldwide. The console released in North America in 2000, and I have a strangely specific memory of my high school history teacher... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Game Division Posts Loss, But It's Getting Better

    Sony's had a rough year so far, littered with bad financial reports and layoffs. In a new financial statement, the losses continue. Sony's posted a loss of $198 million in the its most recent fiscal quarter. Some of the loss was due to a slowdown in its games business. The company's PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Mesmerizing Minimalist Shadow Of The Colossus Art

    The Last Guardian may be on ice right now, but thankfully we have a slew of great Shadow of the Colossus art to covet. The talented James Gilleard has teamed up with OHNO!DOOM , a Chicago-based art gallery, to show off the Team Ico-inspired masterpieces. Venus Patrol got a sneak peak at the entire selection... More
  • Blog Post: Numbers Down For Sony

    Sony reports that it hasn't had a good first quarter of the current fiscal year, and the company is changing its outlook for this quarter and the fiscal year as a whole. The company didn't break out each of its consoles specifically, but the PS3 and PS2 combined sold 2.8 million units worldwide... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Posts Record Loss For Last Fiscal Year

    Sony posted a record loss for the last fiscal year ending on March 31, 2012, and that's partly due to lower hardware and TV sales. Revenue for the company's Consumer Products and Services division, which houses both video games and TVs, was down 18.5 percent from the previous year, and the division... More
  • Blog Post: Sony To Debut "Only On PSN" Games Program

    Gamers have grown to anticipate and love Microsoft's Summer of Arcade XBLA program, and now Sony is starting its own version that includes everything from exclusive PSN games like Rochard to PS2 classics like Ring of Red. Sony's Only on PSN promotion starts tomorrow, and games will debut every... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Shows Support For My Final Fantasy World Record Attempt

    Judging by the comments in my article about attempting to break the Guinness World Record for longest gaming marathon playing a Japanese RPG, I have plenty of supporters for my 24-plus-hour venture this weekend. What's especially cool, though, is that some of those supporters work at the very publisher... More
  • Blog Post: Why I Picked Final Fantasy For My Guinness Record

    Like any good gamer, I have a pile of games that I’ve always meant to complete and haven’t, but there’s one mark of shame that makes me wince every time I look at it: Final Fantasy XII. I love JRPGs. Even today when we have so few worthwhile releases in that genre, I consider it one... More
  • Blog Post: PS2 Collection A Sight To Behold, But Not Play

    If you’re a budding game collector, here’s a story that will make you see your stash for what it is: an unremarkable assemblage of crap. At least, that’s how you may feel after seeing what one PlayStation 2 fanatic has acquired after years of scouring the globe. The site PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: One Of Japan's Weirdest Game Stories Becomes Reality (Sort Of)

    Have you played Persona 4? You should. It's awesome . It's basically a 100-hour-long murder mystery, and it all kicks off with a scene that has now played out in the real world in Michigan. Persona 4's first mysterious murder comes in the form of a body found hanging from a telephone pole... More
Page 1 of 3 (44 items) 123