We've spied discounts on games great, small and brimming with psychedelia and/or ultra-violence, on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this February. There are even titles going for under a tenner. Let's begin with the big-hitters. Mythic action-RPG Assassin's Creed Odyssey has plummeted down just that little bit lower, going for £25.98 on PlayStation 4 at Amazon and £25.85 Xbox One at Base. Also, in case you missed it earlier this week, Red Dead Redemption 2 is currently a buckin' awesome £36 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One . On the pre-order front, the cheapest you'll find bonkers bot-themed action RPG find NieR: Automata Game of the YoRHa edition (which comes with DLC among other goodies) is at The Game Collection, where it's £23.95 on PlayStation 4. Beastie wrangler Monster Hunter: World has taken a sharp downturn to £15.85 over at Base on PlayStation 4, and £16.85 on Xbox One. Meanwhile, blow up Nazis, drop LSD and grapple with … [Read more...] about Best February Games Deals
Cheer yourself up on this rain-drenched Monday with this raft of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 games deals. Titles vast, tiny and filled with evil spider ladies are all included. Let's take a look. First up, we have the Spyro Reignited trilogy for around £20, namely £20.85 on PlayStation 4 at Base or £19.99 on Xbox One at Smyths Toys. Having spent the bulk of my childhood locked into the whimsical adventures of the purple dragon, I can't recommend this trilogy enough. From the same swirling pit of nostalgia, we also have the Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, which is down to a not-too-shabby £20.99 at Amazon on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. And while we're on the topic of warm, glistening memories: you can pick up Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, down to £17.99 at Base, nearly a fiver cheaper than at Amazon. In the colourful beasties vein, Monster Hunter World has plummeted to a new low of £15.95 on PlayStation 4 and £17.99 on Xbox One. Fans … [Read more...] about Spyro and Crash for £20, plus more PS4 and Xbox games deals
PlayStation 4 continues to dominate as its total lifetime sales crossed 94.2 million consoles until December 31, 2018. Sony revealed these stunning numbers through its latest financial report. Furthermore, 8.1 million PlayStation 4 systems were sold during the third quarter and it’s 0.9 million less than the previous fiscal year. A total of 18 million PS4 systems were sold in 2018, beating the sales of Nintendo Switch which sold 17 million units in the same period. As for sales forecast, Sony hasn’t changed anything. Unlike Nintendo who has now revised its Switch forecast sales from 20 million to now a more realistic 17 million. Sony Corporation remains confident of shipping a total of 17.5 million PS4 units in the current fiscal year which ends on March 31, 2019. Apart from hardware sales, subscription services like PlayStation Plus are doing better than ever. SIE mentions that PlayStation Plus subscribers crossed 36.3 million by the end of 2018. Software sales … [Read more...] about PlayStation 4 Lifetime Sales Officially Cross 94.2 Million
Sony has begun to send out PS4 Firmware Update 6.50 invites to selective users in order to help them test out the newest version of the Playstation 4 firmware. While the update doesn’t have any major new features, the beta will be used to fine-tune the beta and make stability improvements. The Playstation 4 firmware updates are normally used to make improvements to the console’s firmware in general, helping to improve stability and other particularly earth-shaking updates. While that won’t be happening with the PS4 Firmware Update 6.50, the new update will still be making a number of minor adjustments for performance and stability. There’s no public release so far and no real information from Sony on when the update will actually be coming out, or what it will have, but the beta is still live now. If you’re wondering if you’ve been selected to help test out the beta, you can check your email and make sure. If you have been selected, you’ll see … [Read more...] about Sony Sends Out PS4 Firmware Update 6.50 Invites To Selective Users
Sony has just announced the date for Playstation Meeting 2019, where they have said that they will show attendees the future of Playstation itself. The annual conference will likely have a lot to talk about for the coming year, and many gamers will likely be looking for hints of the Playstation 5. Playstation is in an interesting place in 2019. In addition to a large number of highly-anticipated games and hopes for a new console, the company is also skipping E3 entirely this year, leaving a big hole in the conference’s schedule. While Playstation Meeting 2019 likely won’t be the event that Sony replaces E3 with, it might still give us an indication of progress on some of their upcoming games. Games like Days Gone, Ghost of Tsushima, The Last Of Us Part 2, and Death Stranding are all PC exclusives, and all of them will hopefully be coming out in 2019, though we don’t have actual confirmed release dates for any of them. The Playstation Meeting 2019 will hopefully give … [Read more...] about Sony Announces Playstation Meeting 2019, Will We Get Playstation 5 News?