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Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite Online Mode Free For PlayStation Plus Members This Weekend

The Battle For Online Survival Begins!  Capcom’s latest fighting game is getting a free weekend taking place tomorrow, November 24th through Monday the 27th.  To take part in this online-only trial run of Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite players must have an active PlayStation Plus subscription.  Here is the official announcement as it was made on the Capcom-Unity blog:  FREE MULTIPLAYER DEMO WEEKEND: 11/24 – 11/27  For those wanting to try Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, we have some great news for you! We’re hosting...

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Monster Hunter World Getting PS Plus Exclusive Beta On December 9th

Monster Hunter World – the first console Monster Hunter game released in North America since 2012’s Monster Hunter 3G on Wii U – will have an exclusive beta for PlayStation Plus members on PS4 & PS4 Pro.  Monster Hunter World’s beta will run from December 9th through the 12th and will feature 3 different quests that can be completed either solo or with a friend.  It will feature the regions of the Great Forrest and Wildspire Wastes.  Also announced by Capcom during the...

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PlayStation Plus Games For July 2017 Include Until Dawn and Game of Thrones

Following up from June’s offerings of Kill Zone 2 and the first season of Life is Strange, PlayStation Plus brings us yet another pair of AAA games for Sony’s flagship console alongside a solid couple of older games for the PlayStation 3 and two gratis indie titles for the PlayStation Vita. Direct the actions of 9 teenage friends as they try to survive a horrific encounter with a deadly creature in this unique survival horror / b-movie...

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Xbox Game Pass Takes On PlayStation Now To Become The Netflix of Gaming

Microsoft has announced that Xbox Games Pass, its’ monthly subscription based games library service will launch today for Xbox Live Gold Members and will be available to the general Xbox Live population regardless of subscription status on June 1st. Xbox Games Pass is the company’s attempt to compete with Sony’s PlayStation Now Service which offers PS4 owners a digital library of streaming titles to their PS4 and PC for a fixed monthly price. Games Pass offers subscribers...

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October’s PlayStation Plus Games Look Amazing: Resident Evil, Transformers & More

After introducing a price hike that rose the price of PlayStation Plus as much as 30% in Canada, Sony had to something to show PlayStation owners that the extra $10 – $20 a year is justified. Sony’s surprise for subscribers? Two AAA titles for PlayStation 4, a pair of interesting looking visual novels and some sports action for PlayStation 3 players. Transformers: Devastation | Current Price: $59.99 CDN Platinum Game’s take on the Transformers universe was well...

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PlayStation Now Comes To Windows PC

Sony has brought their previously PlayStation device exclusive streaming service PlayStation Now to compatible Windows PC & devices the company has announced. PlayStation Plus allows subscribers to access more than 400 PS3 games that can be streamed directly to either a PlayStation or Windows device as long as it meets the minimum requirements. If you’ve always wanted to sample previously PlayStation exclusives like Heavy Rain, Uncharted. Ratchet & Clank, The Last of Us and a wide variety of third...

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Canadian PlayStation Plus Price Increase Is Anti-Consumer

North American gamers are facing the first price increase for PlayStation Plus in the services history the company stealthfully announced today. In a notice emailed to members whose memberships are about to lapse, including one on our staff, Sony outlined that the price of the service will be increasing on September 22nd in the North American region. On the PlayStation Blog an updated post read: “Starting on September 22, 2016, prices for PlayStation Plus memberships will change to $59.99...

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Table Top Racing: World Tour Now Live For PS Plus Members

Playrise Digital, the developers behind the brand new indie release Table Top Racing: World Tour have released their game for free as part of this month’s PlayStation Plus line- up on PS4. Alongside Table Top Racing Playrise has also made the game’s first optional DLC add-on, “The Super Charger Pack”, available for $8.49 USD. The Super Charger Pack adds one new track 4 ultra cool cars 3 brand new circuits and 16 additional special events. Table Top:...

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Here Is March 2016’s PlayStation Plus Line-Up

With just five days left in the month Sony has finally revealed the PlayStation Plus line-up for next month. PS4 owners will get two titles – the shoot’em up Galak-Z and 2D patriotic action title Broforce while PS3 owners receive 2008’s The Last Guy and 2007’s Super Stardust HD. Trailing the pack is the absolutely disappointing vita line-up of Reality Fighters (seriously this game looks like hot garbage it is has a Metacritic of 54) and the...

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PlayStation Plus’ Feb 2016 Line-Up Is Here

February is the month of live and the team at PlayStation have decided to bring six brand new titles to the Instant Games Collection next month. Helldivers, a futuristic twin-stick shooter published by Sony Computer Entertainment America will make a hard landing on all three platforms. Nom Nom Galaxy and indie game that blends platforming, base construction and tower defense will also come to Sony’s latest console. On the PS3 side we’ve got last year’s Persona 4:...

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Here Are The PlayStation Plus Games You Can Download This Tuesday

Welcome to a brand new year, 2016, and with a brand new year comes a whole slate of new free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers. PS4 owners can start off 2016 with either a remastered classic adventure game from the late 90s Grim Fandango or a modern take on vehicular combat with Hardware: Rivals. PS3 players can explore EA’s last Medal of Honor title, Warfighter, for free or relive the first Dragon Age title from 2009 for...

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This year was great, but when can I play all of these games?

Let’s be real, 2015 was a fantastic year for gaming. Of course, there were some misses like the monetization for Battlefront and EVOLVE, and… whatever the hell happened to the PC release of Arkham Knight. But, stepping away from those, it’s after Christmas, so let’s look at our definite hits that we have, and enjoy 2015’s gifts to us. We were rewarded with not-one-but-two solid MMO expansions, through Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, and Guild Wars 2: Heart...

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No PlayStation Plus IGC Announcement Until Dec 30th

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If you’re hitting F5 repeatedly on the PlayStation Blog hoping for Sony to announce a Christmas Miracle in the form of January 2016’s Instant Games Collection you can probably stop because it looks like we won’t find out about next month’s free games until December 30th. On Twitter PlayStation’s EU community manager Fred Dutton was asked by a fan if we would see the IGC announcement and here is what he said: @jonnyelsby No, likely next week...

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PlayStation Plus Review: November 2015

This month provides a little bit of the good, the bad, and the downright ugly on the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection front, this month, and I’m here to provide you a little insight on what you’re getting, this month, in case you didn’t rush out and get the games already or missed out on them.

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