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News: Have You Lost Access to Your PlayStation Plus Account? Here's How to Fix It

Have You Lost Access to Your PlayStation Plus Account? Here's How to Fix It

Reclaiming what's rightfully yours

There's been a horrible bug spreading across the UK and Europe for a few days now which has caused gamers to lose access to their PlayStation Plus subscriptions. Not only is this scary – especially if you've just stumped up for another 12 months of service – but it's also been blocking many gamers from playing...

News: This Week's EU PlayStation Store Deals Feature Far Cry 4 and More PS3 Games Than We Can Count

This Week's EU PlayStation Store Deals Feature Far Cry 4 and More PS3 Games Than We Can Count

Also EDF! EDF! EDF!

Far Cry 4 is the big deal this week, as the standard digital edition's price is cut down to £29.99. What? You can get it far cheaper than that in the shops? Well, thankfully, there are a ton of other titles on sale, too – but sadly, that's all that you PlayStation 4 fanatics are getting. The rest of the deals only include...

News: We Could Hear More About PS4's Project Morpheus Soon

We Could Hear More About PS4's Project Morpheus Soon

Sony will discuss peripheral at upcoming event

While we would assume that many of you are anticipating news of Project Morpheus to blow up at this year's E3, we may actually end up getting some juicy info on Sony's virtual reality headset later this month. The PlayStation 4 accessory will be featured at Nordic Game 2015, a Swedish event that's...

News: PS4 Exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Moves One Step Closer to Release

PS4 Exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Moves One Step Closer to Release

Into the unknown

PlayStation 4 exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture has actually drummed up quite a lot of hype, despite the fact that we don't know all that much about it. We know that, visually, it looks mighty impressive, but we're still waiting on the details regarding The Chinese Room's weird but supposedly wonderful new-gen adventure...

News: PS4 Sales Pass 2 Million Units in the UK

PS4 Sales Pass 2 Million Units in the UK

Celebrate good times

Sales of the PlayStation 4 have now surpassed a staggering two million units in the UK, according to a report published by MCV. The console hit the one million units milestone in the region shortly before the holiday rush last year, which means that it's effectively doubled its tally in record time. In fact, the system's selling...

News: No, We Don't Fancy Committing Suicide with Project Morpheus Either

No, We Don't Fancy Committing Suicide with Project Morpheus Either

London Studio put a bullet in stressful feature

Project Morpheus is special because it promises to make you part of a game. Rather than looking through a window with your television screen, the forthcoming PlayStation 4 peripheral aims to embed you inside virtual worlds, allowing you to look around and soak up the scenery. One of the demos that's...

News: Marilyn Manson's New Album Was Put on PlayStation Discs to Represent Change

Marilyn Manson's New Album Was Put on PlayStation Discs to Represent Change

This is the new s***

Here's something unusual: Marilyn Manson – yes, the controversial rocker who rose to popularity in the late '90s – released his new album on old PlayStation discs. It was more of an artistic decision than anything, as the self-proclaimed Antichrist Superstar's latest record, fittingly named The Pale Emperor, is supposed...

News: The Last of Us: Left Behind Breaks Out on Its Own

The Last of Us: Left Behind Breaks Out on Its Own

Riley good

The Last of Us: Left Behind served up an affecting slice of single player content that extended the core campaign of Naughty Dog's survival horror opus. But if you never played the main adventure, and are keen to see what all of the fuss is about, Sony's breaking out the DLC and re-releasing it as a standalone product. Think inFAMOUS:...

News: PS4 Sales Push Past 22.3 Million as Sony Plans Profits

PS4 Sales Push Past 22.3 Million as Sony Plans Profits

Holding out for a Hirai

Hacking scandals and closures caused Sony to sink to yet another $1.1 billion loss for the fiscal year that ended on 31st March, but the organisation is finally planning a profit for the 12 months ahead. The company expects to make a cool $1.2 billion for the coming business term, and while iPhone c