PlayStation has made a last-minute change to its July PlayStation Plus squad line-up - and it has dropped PES 2019 in favour of Detroit: Become Human's Deluxe Edition.PES 2019 was supposed to have been available to PS Plus members today. Instead, Pro Evo fans got a hastily-updated PlayStation blog post with all references to the game crossed through. "We are making a swap to the PS Plus games lineup for July," an update to the post reads. "This month, we are adding Detroit: Become Human Digital Deluxe Edition, which also includes Heavy Rain, to the July games lineup instead of Pro Evolution Soccer 2019. We apologise for any inconvenience."No further explanation was given for the change. July's other game, indie racer Horizon Chase Turbo, remains available.Both games are free to PlayStation Plus subscribers from 2nd July to 5th August. … [Read more...] about PES 2019 mysteriously pulled from PlayStation Plus July line-up
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It’s that time again! The Xbox Games with Gold June 2019 free games were announced today. This month, the Xbox One freebies include EA SPORTS NHL 19 and Rivals of Aether. On Xbox 360 (and Xbox One through backwards compatibility) Gold subscribers will get Portal: Still Alive and Earth Defense Force 2017. With a value (ERP) of $105, it’s well worth getting these titles downloaded, even if you aren’t planning to play them right away. Sports fans who haven’t yet invested in EA SPORTS NHL 19, will soon be able to get the game at no additional cost. This is the latest title in the hockey series by EA, meaning it has a bustling online mode that will match you up against similarly skilled opponents. Then there’s the offline portion of the game, where you can refine your skills while playing against AI. Play on outdoor rinks and journey from the ponds to the pros in new and returning modes. Compete with and against 200 of the greatest hockey … [Read more...] about Xbox Games with Gold June 2019 line-up revealed
For the first time in six years, Super Smash Bros. Melee will not be gracing the main stage of this year's Evo, as the game has been dropped from the tournament's line-up. A game Nintendo amusingly described as "too difficult", Super Smash Bros. Melee has been a staple of fighting game tournaments since its release on GameCube nearly 18 years ago. Last night Evo's organisers revealed the 2019 line-up in a livestream, along with a thank you video for Melee to honour its contributions to the tournament over the years. Judging by this farewell eulogy, it sounds like Melee's exclusion may be pretty final. So, what's replacing this bastion of the fighting game community? The Smash contingent is now represented by Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, while big names like Soul Calibur 6 and Mortal Kombat 11 will also be present. But Evo has also selected a couple of more unusual choices, such as Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st]. Alongside having a weird name, this title is also a relatively … [Read more...] about Super Smash Bros. Melee absent from Evo 2019 line-up
THE WORLD'S biggest technology show is back for 2019, where tech giants introduce their latest products and exhibit inventions and cool new gadgets. Here is everything you need to know about the exciting new releases announced so far. What is CES 2019 and when is it held? The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) takes place in January every year. The Las Vegas, US, event draws tech firms from around the world, and has been running on and off since 1967. It's website states it "has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years". It's typically attended by major names like Samsung and Sony, and this year runs from January 8 to January 11. But most of the news dropped during pre-show press conferences on Monday, January 7. So far we've seen products such as the world's first FOLDING smartphone, beating Apple and Samsung to the technology and a belt that helps you diet. Samsung also unveiled a 98-inch, 8k screen television. Plus, there's talking … [Read more...] about When is CES 2019, is the show open to the public, what does it stand for and where is it held?
The monthly PlayStation Plus free games for March bring unprecedented value. Sony has confirmed the line-up of free games PlayStation Plus subscriber will receive during March. This is one of the biggest we’ve seen in a while, and comes loaded with two hits. Across both North America and Europe, subscribers will receive Bloodborne, and Ratchet and Clank on PS4. You’ll also get three more PS4 games, cross buy with PS3/Vita in Mighty No. 9 (PS3), Claire: Extended Cut (Vita), and Bombing Busters (Vita). All games become available on Tuesday, March 6. In the US, subscribers are also getting the Dungeon Defenders PS Plus Pack. The pack contains four Shadow Costumes, 1 Million in gold, five Campaign Shard Packs, five Defender Packs, and a Ninja Gato Pet for Dungeon Defenders 2. It’ll be available March 13-April 30. Sony also made a big announcement today. Starting March 8, 2019, the monthly line-up will no longer include PS3 or Vita games, and will instead focus only on PS4 … [Read more...] about Bloodborne, Ratchet and Clank headline PlayStation Plus line-up for March