Since all of the other PlayStation All Stars leaks have proven to be true (including the game's development), it would seem reasonable that an image dump of stages and characters would turn out to be accurate.
PSN is taking a day off, at least on the surface. Behind-the-scenes, there's probably a bunch of stuff going on we will never know about.
Hot Shots: World Invitational is being spruced up with some obvious inclusions that arguably should have been there from the start, and others that are a nice topping on one of the console's best titles.
Not only will Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed have a load of notable Sega mascots racing against each other in a crazy kart racing fiasco, someone else with quite a bit of mainstream appeal is about to join the race...
It's official - Phantasy Star Online 2, the first numbered sequel in the online Phantasy Star subseries, is coming to North America and Europe.
The dozen fighters which were disc-locked when Street Fighter x Tekken was released are being unbound from their digital prisons July 31st.
I'm not sure what happened here. Maybe it's a struggle with new hardware.
Vastly underrated kart racer Sonic & Sega All Star Racing is getting a sequel, deservedly so too.
The monster known as the free to play model has sunk its teeth into Phantasy Star Online 2, which will not only be free to play on PC but also the PlaystationVita
Users of the Vita edition have found that their code actually unlocked online for the PlayStation 3 version, clearly whether they bought that version or not.
Best known for the SOCOM series, Zipper Interactive could potentially be sacked if rumors turn to truth.
The furor continues over Capcom's insistence to include locked characters on the disc in Street Fighter x Tekken. The fight will rage on now that a pricing structure has become known.