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European PSN users can save loads over on the PlayStation Store thanks to the Spring Sale and Egg Hunt promotions
There’s some bangers too, with The Sly Trilogy now available for a paltry £7.99 in the UK.
When the ESRB rates a game you basically know it’s on the way – Vice City & San Andreas look to be coming to PSN.
Insomniac Games’ Ratchet & Clank: QForce – named the more naughty Full Frontal Assault in America – has a release date in North America
It’s been a little over 30 years since the original release of Atari Warlords; a simple title that tactically combined the runaway successes of Pong and Breakout into one powerful dynamic. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
An All-New Title in Critically Acclaimed Corpse Party Adventure Horror Series will be Coming to PSP this Winter
Guess what? There’s another PlayStation firmware update on the the way!
The Walking Dead: The Game retail edition has a confirmed release date and concrete details!
The scheduled global roll-out of the brand new PSN store has been slowed down by some “teething issues”.
Marvel in the glory of a teddy bear massacre on the beach, in new trailer for Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise
European PS3 owners need wait no longer as Episode 4 of The Walking Dead comes to EU PSN.
The hugely popular Angry Birds franchise has finally made it’s way to the home consoles, but is that really a good thing? Find out with the GodisaGeek.com review of Angry Birds Trilogy.
The HD remake of Jet Set Radio has been been delayed on PlayStation Vita. But, fans of this Dreamcast classic will get to play it eventually
Over a decade ago, Sonic Adventure 2 released to critical acclaim on SEGA’s last ever home console. Now it’s back, find out what we thought with the GodisaGeek.com review.
The aliens from the planet Funkotron, ToeJam & Earl, are making their way to Xbox 360s and PlayStation 3s in November!
It’s probably a bit of a surprise that Behaviour Interactive have come out with a sequel to Naughty Bear. Maybe this time Naughty Bear can do things a little bit better. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.