Sony has been sending out emails to our friends in Europe letting them know that their PlayStation Plus subscription price is going up on August 31st. The monthly price increases from £6 to £7. The quarterly cost will jump from £15 to £20. The annual pricing is increasing from £40 to £50. Sony offers no explanation for the price hike but they do recommend that you check your auto-renewal settings if you are not willing to pay. Sony says the pricing reflects current market conditions while being able to provide members the best service…blah, blah, blah.
Sony increased the price of PlayStation Plus in the U.S. and Canada last September, so it has finally [...]
Telltale Games just unveiled their plans to update their most popular titles during San Diego Comic Con. The wildly popular game developer revealed updates to their Walking Dead series, a New Batman title, and the return of The Wolf Among Us. With every new release, Telltale seems to get more and more bold in the direction of their stories. I can’t help but imagine how much more intense these new titles will be.
Let’s begin with one of the more recent releases with Telltale’s Batman series. Batman began as a new entry into Telltale’s ever-growing portfolio of titles. The goal was to allow players to balance between life as the caped crusader, [...]
Xbox owners can expect a plethora of new features, thanks to a software update headed to consoles. Beta testing has been ongoing since March and now it will be available to the masses. The biggest feature set to come out in Microsoft’s latest update is the ability to upload an image for their player photo Gamerpics. It allows gamers to upload an image from the console, Windows PC, or mobile phone to use as a custom Gamerpics, your club’s profile picture or background. Microsoft does mention that images must adhere to the service’s code of conduct… so keep it clean. Microsoft claims that this is one of their most requested features from Xbox [...]
If you’re a wrestling fan with a Nintendo Switch, we have fantastic news for you. Today, WWE announced their return to Nintendo with a Switch version of their upcoming 2K18 video game. This marks the first time in about 5 years the wrestling company has made a game for Nintendo consoles. There’s been no official word as to why there has been a lack of titles for Nintendo systems, but I’d have to imagine system capability had a large role. The past few Nintendo systems have struggled to capitalize on the popularity of sports titles, largely because of their lack of HD compatibility.
WWE’s announcement today marks a momentous swing for the Switch, which [...]