Beginning on January 14th, Monkey Paw Games will be issuing more classic PlayStation titles - mostly imports - to PlayStation Network.
Steam, PSN, and Xbox Live are hosting gaps where Activision's slate of Marvel licensed titles were once housed.
Two console manufacturers suffered sporadic outages over the holiday period, with Nintendo taking the brunt of the hit.
Sony is set to pull online features for the entirety of the PlayStation 3 Resistance series on March 28th, with Gran Turismo 5 following on May 20th.
Quick responding developers have turned the indie fighter into Skullgirls Encore, due in January.
Both games will disappear from digital marketplaces by 12/17 for PSN users and 12/26 for XBLA buyers.
Sony's online service for PlayStation 4 will offer the option to use real names on PSN in addition to their traditional created ID.
Capcom once announced a polygonal fighter titled Fighting All-Stars, an original 3D one-on-one fighter with ambitions to push their stranglehold on the genre forward. Instead, they scrapped it all and made Capcom Fightin...
Unexpectedly, Xbox Live has gone down, ironically in the same week as the Adam Orth "always online" debate.
Assuming the ESRB is right, Sony is putting out a compilation disc of Fat Princess, Tokyo Jungle, Sound Shapes, and When Vikings Attack.
One of the oft forgotten fighters of Capcom's running line of 2D classics, Darkstalkers is finally seeing light as a digital release on XBLA and PSN.
Borderlands 2 is out. I don't care because I can't stop playing Double Dragon Neon.