Not everyone needs complicated storylines with brotastic melodrama, or epic amounts of padding to fill the hours. Sometimes, we simply have the urge to grab a controller and blow $#!& up from a chopper. Maybe it seems weird to mention destruction as a ‘feature’ of gameplay.
Joe Budden, D.R.A.M., a playlist from the creators of Thumper & more, new on Spotify
The kingdom is boiling in war all around you, and brigands threaten the crown just as much as the encroaching orc forces. But you, noble adventurer, have loot to earn and treasure to find. You have swords to wield and spells to sling! Welcome to Dragon’s Crown, from the talented developers at Vanillaware.
Visit the Doctor Who TARDIS Open House and check out the brand new Dalek, Cyberman and K-9 Active Furniture items from BBC Worldwide Limited. Explore the entire space to locate the FREE Doctor Who reward items.
We’re excited to announce that the Killzone: Mercenary closed multiplayer beta (for which signups were held a short while ago and already concluded, if you’re just tuning in now) is now LIVE. To those who got in, you should already have the necessary information to jump in and get going.
We’ve brought the Sorting Ceremony to life before your eyes and provided a Hogwarts common room in which you can relax. We’ve challenged you with Charms and given you your very own Pottermore wand. The question is, ‘Where can Pottermore at PlayStation Home possibly go from here?’
The biggest party in gaming hits Anaheim 12/3 & 12/4! Buy tickets here.
Every Tuesday, there are new games, apps and updates added to PlayStation Mobile. Action Button Entertainment’s Ten By Eight and Chillingo’s iBomber Defense released this week, along with updates to 0War and Mononoke Slashdown.
The Batman: Arkham series has proven that superhero games have the potential to be some of the best in the biz, but they’ve been strictly single-player outings so far. In Batman: Arkham Origins, WB Games and Splash Damage are building an online multiplayer experience to complement the main campaign. And guess what — it’s really good.
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