Eidos Montreal stealth action first-person shooter is running at an all time historic low, grab the title for 87% off on New Egg.
Sony completely smashed its Black Friday sale this year, speaking to CNBC Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Senior Vice President and Head of PlayStation Network Eric Lempe confirmed that this Black Friday was the biggest Black Friday PlayStation has ever had.
Fancy checking out Destiny 2? Well now you’ll be able to give the first-person MMO a try before buying with a free trial. The contents of the free trial haven’t been confirmed though but some are speculating that it will likely be the same as the beta which launched before the game’s release date. In any case, if you do like the game you’ll be happy to note that all progress in the trial will carry over into the full release, if you purchase it.
Demon Souls, the most influential title of the hardcore RPG genre which has gripped (and frustrated) many players over the past couple of years is nearing the end of its well-loved life-span. Atlus and Sony have confirmed that the PS3 game’s servers will be going offline worldwide on February 28, 2018. After this, you will not be able to engage in the game’s then pioneering multiplayer activities, and at least one in game boss, and all associated loot, will be unobtainable.
Looking to freshen up your game collection? Well, you might want to do so soon because today is the last day to take advantage of PSN’s black Friday deals. Don’t have PS Plus? Not to worry, Sony has opened up the sale for all, which means that if you haven’t paid for the subscription, you’ll still be able to grab some discounted games
Steam, Valve’s online platform has just hit an amazing milestone, the gaming platform has just hit 17 million concurrent users which means, more people were playing Steam at the same time than ever bought a Wii U. Or PS Vita. Or Dreamcast. Or Sega Saturn. Just to be clear, concurrent refers to the number of people using the platform at once and not the total amount of users.
When Nioh: Complete Edition launched on PC a few weeks ago, players were bummed to see that there was no support for mouse, and while there was support for keyboard controllers, it was pretty cumbersome. Instead, if you wanted to get in on that samurai action you’d have to plug in a 3rd party controller.