Publisher takes three years to listen to customers, but at least they listened.
Dead Island: Riptide manages to hold onto the top spot for a third consecutive week – one more than its predecessor – despite yet another sharp drop in sales.
June’s PlayStation Plus titles also announced.
Injustice: Gods Among Us had just a single week at the top as it’s been knocked down into second by Dead Island: Riptide which debuts at number one.
It may not be a scandal that will gain the same sort of publicity that Tesco has received in the past few months, but I highly doubt that Activision will overly joyed by the outcome as a new Call of Duty game was listed.
Stop what you’re doing and go and get Thomas Was Alone.
As with last week, this week’s PlayStation Store update is a little light on content, but there’s some real quality to be found within.
“FIFA 14 will play the way great football matches are contested”.
Another month, another appraisal of just how excellent Sony’s PlayStation Plus service is. April saw the likes of Okami HD, The Cave and will see indie-gem Thomas Was Alone next week, but Sony has already announced what’s in-store for May.
Warner Bros. has announced the next title in the popular Batman: Arkham series in the form or Origins.
Despite shifting just a quarter of the sales last week compared to the launch week, BioShock Infinite remains as the UK’s number one.
On this all too cold Wednesday afternoon in early April, what do Sony have in store for us all to help warm up our hearts. Well, other than the already announced PlayStation Plus offerings, not much really.
The final PlayStation Store update of March in 2013 brings at least one utterly fantastic game to your consoles.
We’ve known about it for nine months now, but today was Battlefield 4′s official unveiling.
Blacklight: Retribution and Primal Carnage: Genesis announced for PlayStation 4.