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PS+ Lineup for August 2015 Headlined By Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

July 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

Sony has revealed the August line up for PlayStation Plus, and it’s a pretty good one bringing offering four PS4 titles. Check out the line up below: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (PS4) LIMBO (PS4) Sound Shapes (PS4, PS3, PSV) Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones (PS4, PS3, PSV) God of War: Ascension (PS3) CastleStorm (PS3, PSV) These games will become available to download for free when the store updates on August 4th. If you haven’t downloaded or added the titles for July to your library, you should do that before Tuesday. Smith’s Sentiment: I’ll be all over Temple [...]

PlayStation Plus Line Up For July 2015

July 1, 2015 // 2 Comments

The line up for July’s PlayStation Plus offerings has been revealed, and this month PS4 owners get four games. Check out the line up below, these will become available on July 7th when the PlayStation Store updates: Rocket League (PS4) Styx: Master of Shadows (PS4) MouseCraft (PS4, PS3, PSV) Entwined (PS4, PS3, PSV) Rain (PS3) Geometry Wars 3 (PSV) Smith’s Sentiment: A decent line up. I’m still waiting patiently for Sony to finally bring Knack to PS+. I really don’t understand why it isn’t there yet. Nevertheless, I’ll definitely be checking out Rocket [...]

PS4 Firmware Update 2.0, “Masamune,” Goes Live Tuesday, October 28th

October 23, 2014 // 0 Comments

Fellow PS4 owners, our highly anticipated firmware update drops in just five days. Sony revealed today through Twitter that update 2.0, named Masamune, will release on October 28th: PS4's next software update, Masamune, will be available on 10/28. Includes Share Play, USB Music player, and more! — PlayStation (@PlayStation) October 23, 2014 This update brings a host of changes and new features: Share Play Upload videos to YouTube Additions to Live from PlayStation, including the ability to sort and follow channels, as well as broadcast archives USB music [...]

Review: Playstation 4

November 23, 2013 // 2 Comments

Here we are already a week after Sony has released it’s fourth entry into the home console world.  Coming into the launch the console seemed to be poised to make a big splash, and had quite a bit of momentum behind it.  It was clear that Sony had taken note of the misfires that may have led it’s PS3 to a slower start than desired and wanted to not only build on the great success the PS3 had achieved in recent years; but also prove themselves to the undisputed king of entertainment.  The sales numbers alone show that they were very successful in winning over a very large crowd [...]

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