It's time to celebrate the new year with some free games. Sony rolled out January's PlayStation Plus games lineup, with free titles for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita set to be available starting on the first Tuesday of the month. PS4 leads the charge with Hardware: Rivals and a cross-platform copy of Grim Fandango Remastered, both previewed in the trailer after the jump.
If you never got a chance to play Yakuza 4, you'll get to do so for free next month if you're a PlayStation Plus subscriber. The 2010 PlayStation 3 entry is coming along with the next batch of complimentary games, which also includes Supergiant Games' Transistor for PlayStation 4. Hit the jump for more.
March is looking like a good time to be a PlayStation Plus subscriber. North America and Europe have some solid lineups of games, and both regions will be able to add Tomb Raider to their PS3 Instant Game collection for free. Hit the jump for the rest of the lineup.
Members of Sony's PlayStation Plus subscription service have a new batch of games to grab for free, as a pair roll in for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita, including Remember Me and Street Fighter x Tekken. Read on for more.
I feel kind of bad for PS Vita. Its sales are pretty abysmal, and it seems like even Sony tends to ignore its existence at times. Here's some good Vita news for once, though: Sony's portable will be updated with Sony's membership program, PlayStation Plus, on November 19. Details past the jump!
Those who subscribe to Sony's PlayStation Plus service are in for a treat with today's update. The service is offering up a couple of brawlers free of charge, with members able to download a copy of both 2010's Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game, and the newly released Double Dragon: Neon. Read on for more!