33w ago - Sony PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Morgan Haro is here with this weeks PlayStation Plus updates, which include Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny free for members.
To quote: This week, PS Plus members can download one of the most full-featured portable fighters in history: Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny.
It's also week 3 of Spring Fever, which means a new indie title - Thomas Was Alone (with a launch week discount for PS Plus members) and a Resident Evil franchise sale. Read on, and let us know what you think in the comments.
April 23rd PlayStation Plus Update
Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny (PSP, Supported on PS Vita)
PSN Price: $39.99, Free for PS Plus members
Battle as one of many returning Soul Calibur favorites, each enhanced with tuned balancing, new moves and animations. Play the dedicated single player game mode: Trials, developed exclusively for this Soul Calibur outing and evolved versions of classic game modes like The Gauntlet and Versus.
Blow away your competition using finely tuned and enhanced battle mechanics including critical finishes, Soul Crushes and equipment destruction and unleash devastating combos. And don't forget, you can play as Kratos!
42w ago - Bungie President Harold Ryan has announced that Destiny is coming to PS3 and PS4 with PS-exclusive content!
To quote: Earlier this week, we officially announced that Destiny would be shipping on PlayStation 3. Tonight, from the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC, we stood on a Sony Computer Entertainment stage for the very first time and shared a simple message with PlayStation fans around the world.
Destiny is being developed for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, with both versions available at Destiny's launch. Even better, the PlayStation versions of Destiny will feature exclusive in-game content, only available on PlayStation.
We're thrilled to share this moment with you. It's been a long time coming. We're looking forward to sharing even more in the months ahead.
228w ago - Today Social Media Senior Specialist Chris Morell has shared a new Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny PSP interview detailing Kratos gameplay via PlayStation Blog.
To quote: We saw Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny when it was announced for the PSP back in April, and again at E3 where Kratos was officially revealed as a playable character.
Well, this time Namco Bandai stopped by to talk more Kratos, his moves and more, as well as what's new and exclusive to the first PSP version of Soulcalibur, and you'll catch some of his gameplay in between my chat with Senior Brand Manager Dennis Lee.