Before you go ahead and change your PSN name, you might want to check the list of games with known issues (including a few big online...
After years of being stuck with awful, juvenile online IDs, people can finally change their PSN names. Here's how you do it.
This is an important public service announcement: You can now change your PSN online ID.
After years of waiting and months of rumours, Sony has finally made the announcement everyone was waiting for: you'll soon be able to change your embarrassing...
Starting today, Sony is launching a “Games Under €20” promotion on the PSN Store, with some real gems on offer.
The latest PS4 system software update is out now for everyone, after its initial beta, and it adds a lot of new features.
There's a big Square Enix publisher sale on the US PlayStation Store this week; you'd think they had a big release or something.
Sony has never let players change their PSN names, but a new survey suggests they might be looking at doing it.
If you hurry, you can still pick up a bargain in the PSN January Sale. Though to be fair, another one will probably be just around...
As part of the Sony Rewards Program, players will be able to cash in their PSN trophies for credit that can be used on the PSN...
This PSN Flash Sale is just for North American PlayStation players, to celebrate the kick-off of PAX West.
The PlayStation Store's Totally Digital sale has totally been extended.
Adventures of Pip and Zombi among this week's PlayStation Store releases.
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture leads the releases coming to the PlayStation Store on 11 August 2015.
The PlayStation 4 does a lot of things and among them is a fantastic little feature that shows a trophy's rarity based on the percentage of people...
Fez makes its long-awaited debut on the PlayStation Network this week coming to PS3, PS4 and PS Vita via the wonder of cross-buy.
Sony have announced, via the PlayStation Blog, a Great Value Games promotion featuring a huge range of games receiving discounts over the next month.
Well that's that.
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