61w ago - PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Morgan Haro has announced today that the King of Fighters XIII will be free for members as part of this month's PlayStation Plus update!
To quote: Once again, we're here to brighten your Monday with the weekly update on incoming Plus content this week.
So far in October, NFL Blitz joined the Instant Game Collection and Plus members received some discounts on Alex Kidd and Spelunker.
This week, please join us in thanking our friends at Atlus for delivering the legendary King of Fighters XIII, free for Plus members! These updates will take effect with the October 9th (that's tomorrow!) PlayStation Store update.
Don't have PlayStation Plus? Go to the PlayStation Store on your PS3 to get access.
October 9th PlayStation Plus Update
King of Fighters XIII
Free for PlayStation Plus Members
Select Add-Ons (An additional 30% off the PSN Sale Price)
61w ago - Sony Network Entertainment Marketing Coordinator Ashley Harris has detailed how to redeem a Music Unlimited 60 day free trial on Bravia TVs today.
Below are the details, to quote: We have an exciting offer for BRAVIA device owners who have not previously subscribed to redeem a 60 Day FREE Premium Trial for the Music Unlimited service.
Millions of songs available for streaming on demand and a variety of channels with no ads and unlimited skips!
Here's how to redeem:
Click here to create a Sony Entertainment Network account now.. if you already have an account, skip to Step #2.
Activate your device following the instructions on the account management page. Enter billing information using the account tab.
• Go to your device, click the home button => Sony Entertainment Network => Music Unlimited
• Select "Sign In" => "Account"
• Select "Choose Subscription" => "Premium" and follow the steps to redeem your 60 day trial.
This offer is available on other SONY devices too! Click here...
62w ago - Shortly following his PS3Ultimate PS3 TV Application v1.10 update, PlayStation 3 homebrew developer RazorX has also released a PS3 RCO Free Package Manager and Web Browser Plus PKG file with details below.
To quote: Hey guys I've created this simple rco free package manager installable zip file for you, this can easily be incorporated into your cfw with very little impact and is completely safe and for those of you who want to install a package manager that won't need you to replace any rco files, this is great if you created your own cfw and installing a standard package manager will change your XMB names or layout.
This also will allow you to install packages from:
Playstation Network Content:
63w ago - LightBox Interactive President Dylan Jobe has shared a video today announcing that both Starhawk and free PS3 DLC are soaring to PlayStation Network today!
To quote: Today is a day to remember! The team here at Lightbox Interactive (the same team that brought you Warhawk) has been burning through the summer heat to bring to you an epic new Starhawk experience, one players around the world have been asking for - a digital download version packed (hell, overflowing!) with every single awesome update since our initial release, including our massive new DLC add-ons.
This offer is a bonanza for PlayStation Plus members, but also... everyone else.
• FREE Starhawk Single-Player Campaign for PlayStation Plus members
Experience the emotional story of two brothers torn apart by the conflict over Rift Energy, a sacred and dangerous resource of power being ravaged and battled over by Humans and "The Outcast" - evolved mutated humans from Rift Energy exposure.
Hired gun Emmett Graves is faced against his brother Logan, now the cold-blooded leader of The Outcast, in an effort to protect his former home of White Sands, save humanity, and possibly, his brother. Become a PlayStation Plus Member today to experience the Starhawk Solo Campaign free!
63w ago - Plastic Studios Game Director Michal Staniszewski has unveiled a video spotlighting Datura's Hidden Meaning, and has confirmed the free soundtrack hits PSN today.
To quote: It's been a while since we launched Datura exclusively on PSN, and lately I've been wondering if anyone had deciphered the true meaning of the game.
In many interviews with the press, I've said that Datura is open for interpretation and that it depicts visions of what happens after you die.
This was true, but I never spoke about the deeper layer of interpretation that connects the scenes. Every madness has its explanation, and Datura is no exception.
Reading through the reviews I found that many people got lost in the forest and the fog that surrounds it. Overwhelmed by the decisions and their consequences, it became difficult to recognize the small details that we scattered throughout the storyline. On the surface, Datura can seem random but there is a connection that ties it all together.
For every game there's always a small group of players that demands a challenge. Most often it's represented with an increased difficulty curve, thus it's attached directly to the gameplay.
But sometimes the challenge concerns the content, and that's why I decided to look at fan...