"To kick off their new program for Xbox Live Gold members, Fable 3 is currently free to download in the Xbox Live marketplace. That’s right: for the low price of zero dollars (not including the $5-10 a month for the membership, of course), Gold members can enjoy Lionshead Studio’s third entry in their slapstick Fable series, enjoying the world of Albion and becoming a beacon of good or evil (your choice) as you go from disgruntled prince to king of the land."
"PlayStation Plus isn't available everywhere, and neither is the PlayStation Store, and although Sony has made every effort to roll features out to every country interested, it's not always possible. Up until recently, this has been a minor inconvenience, a barrier that blocks some people from taking advantage of free games, digital purchases and cloud saves. What about for the PS4 though? It's today been confirmed that unless you have access to a PlayStation Store in your region, you won't be..."
"Noted by Neogaf user Lin Siniang, your only option if you want to change your player character’s colour is to hang around outside in the sun or head to an island where it is summer all year round. After leaving your 3DS on while on that island, your character’s skin will become slowly darker. This isn’t a permanent move. You can play for 60 or more hours without becoming the colour you want as well, so I’m not entirely sure it’s worth it."
"Sony have announced the content that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in July. It’s a great mix of some top games, things that are definitely going to help you prepare for a few big upcoming titles. Although you’ll need to enjoy shooters to really get the most out of this month, the inclusion of ..."
"Well, that didn’t take long. After announcing an iOS version of their award-winning strategy title earlier this spring, Firaxis Games wasted no time optimizing XCOM: Enemy Unknown for the touch screen: on Monday they announced the game would hit the App Store this Thursday for $19.99. That’s right, the full XCOM experience (save for DLC, though Firaxis could always release this later as an in-app purchase) will launch for $10-20 cheaper than most retailers currently sell the console/PC version."
"Although we got small glimpses of it during both Sony conferences this year, PlayStation have released a video truly showcasing the abilities of the PS4′s user interface. From speaking with friends to purchasing new games, if there were any questions you have about some of the new social features offered by Sony’s next-gen console, they’ll likely be answered across this three and a half minute reveal."
"At the ripe old age of 13 ‘console’ years (equivalent to roughly 91 in human years) it’s finally time to put the world’s most successful console to rest. While the PS2 was discontinued back in January games were still being released for the system throughout the year. The very last game coming to Playstation 2 is none other than..."
"Retailers across the globe are doing the best to capitalise on the popularity of videogames as we enter the next-generation of consoles, with UK supermarket Sainsbury’s following their hardware promotions with an intriguing software offer. More than thirty of the biggest names from last week’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), including Call of Duty: Ghosts, Battlefield 4, New Super Luigi U, Watch_Dogs, are now available to pre-order with a ten per cent discount available."
"Capcom has announced that Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara is available today as a digital download from the PlayStation Network, Steam and Xbox LIVE Arcade from today, following its North American release yesterday. Wii U owners will also be able to purchase the title from the Nintendo eShop in the near future."
If you know anything about video games you've heard of Dynasty Warriors. But what happens when the crew behind such a widely recognized game comes together to make a New IP? Toukiden happens that's what, and you can pre-order an import now if that sounds like something you'd rather not have to wait for.
"Today sees the launch of the final downloadable content (DLC) pack for Capcom’s critically acclaimed Resident Evil: Revelations, available now for all high-definition (HD) formats. Resident Evil: Revelations launched on HD formats last month and is available for Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC in addition to the original Nintendo 3DS version."