PlayStation Network

Sony opens a whole new PlayStation Store on Oct. 17

Sony delivers a redesign of its PlayStation Store after 6 years. How does it fit into the facelift of its overall gaming business?

Oft-delayed Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock finally reaches the PS Vita

After nearly half a year of delays, Doctor Who will finally have a chance to shine on Sony's flagship handheld.

Unfinished Swan finally gets an official PSN release date

The intriguingly monochromatic puzzle title Unfinished Swan will debut on the PlayStation Network come October 23.

Marvel Vs Capcom Origins review: Nostalgia sells, ’nuff said

Wolverine battles Mega Man once again as Capcom offers gamers the reheated roots of the Marvel Vs Capcom franchise.

Harvest Moon celebrates 15 years with new games, plush cows

Natsume is rolling out all the stops for the 15th anniversary of Harvest Moon (and by "stops," we mean "adorable plush dolls.")

New Sony initiative offers discount on downloadable blockbuster games

Sony's latest plan allows gamers to save money by never leaving the couch.

Anomaly: Warzone Earth review

Though less complex than it initially seems, Anomaly Warzone Earth offers an addictive strategy fix for very little money.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 review

Not only is Tekken Tag Tournament 2 the biggest King Of Iron Fist tournament yet, it's also the best.

Tokyo Jungle finally gets an American release date

Tokyo Jungle is coming to America, and it's only a month away.

Digital Blend: Ouya and OnLive, portable Assassin’s Creed, and the fertile creative ground of PSN

Welcome to Digital Blend, your one-stop-shop for coverage and recommendations of all things relating to mobile gaming, digital marketplaces, and indie titles (for the week ending July 29).

The Unfinished Swan and Papo & Yo exemplify the creative freedom of the PlayStation Network

We take a look at two of the more inventive upcoming PlayStation Network-exclusive puzzle games, Minority's Papo & Yo and Giant Sparrow's The Unfinished Swan.
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Limbo hit Xbox Live Arcade before PlayStation Network because Sony wanted to keep IP

Why will OUYA succeed? Because console makers now place too many demands on developers as evidenced by Playdead's history trying to get Limbo on the PlayStation Network.