Game > Xbox

PlayStation Now rumored to add downloadable titles later this year

29 days ago   |   By Tech Radar

Sony might have an ace up its sleeve in the fight against Microsoft's successful new Xbox Game Pass program. The strategy? Sony might offer downloadable titles via its PlayStation Now game-streaming service. It's all just a rumor from an insider source at the moment, but a new report says that offline downloads for some PlayStation Now games could start as early as September of this year. According to a source speaking with Kotaku UK , it will start exclusively with PS4 titles which means older PS3 games likely won't be available to play offline right out of the gate. Offline games will...
Read more ...

 


Search by Tags

   Xbox      Strategy      Microsoft      Gaming      Game      Sony      Games      Ace      Strategies      PlayStation      PS3      PS4  


Spider-Man edition PS4 Pro swings into San Diego Comic-Con

Spider-Man edition PS4 Pro swings into San Diego Comic-Con

To celebrate the impending launch of the PS4-exclusive Marvel's Spider-Man , Sony has announced a limited edition PlayStation 4 Pro bundle at this year's San Diego Comic-Con... Read more ...

Fortnite helps Xbox revenue jump 39% to $2.29 billion

Fortnite helps Xbox revenue jump 39% to $2.29 billion

The Xbox division helped Microsoft grow its bottom line during the fourth quarter of its fiscal 2018, the company revealed during its quarterly financial report. Revenue from... Read more ...

Gorgeous endless runner Alto's Odyssey lands on Android on July 26 and it's free

Gorgeous endless runner Alto's Odyssey lands on Android on July 26 and it's free

Great news if you're using an Android smartphone and you're into endless runner games, as developer Snowman has just announced their game, Alto's Odyssey will be released in... Read more ...

Nexon reveals Marvel Battle Lines mobile card game

Nexon reveals Marvel Battle Lines mobile card game

Nexon and Marvel Entertainment debuted the first gameplay trailer for Marvel Battle Lines, a new strategic card battle game featuring hundreds of iconic Marvel Super Heroes and... Read more ...

Two Point Hospital Releasing August 30, Pre-orders Available Now

Two Point Hospital Releasing August 30, Pre-orders Available Now

If you've been chomping at the bit for a new management sim or have been following Theme Hospital successor Two Point Hospital , you may be excited to hear that the game's... Read more ...

Life Is Strange Launches On Android With Free First Episode

Life Is Strange Launches On Android With Free First Episode

Critically acclaimed adventure game Life is Strange has made its way to Android, and the first episode is free. The game uses a specialized touch control scheme crafted from... Read more ...

Halo Infinite won't follow in Fortnite, PUBG's footsteps

Halo Infinite won't follow in Fortnite, PUBG's footsteps

Microsoft Studios and in-house developer 343 Industries aren't interested in the hottest trend in multiplayer gaming right now - ‘battle royale' - when it comes to Halo... Read more ...

Funko And Epic Game To Launch Fortnite Toys

Funko And Epic Game To Launch Fortnite Toys

Fortnite is the most popular game of 2018 and now the creators of the game, Epic Games, are teaming up with Funko to create a range of Fortnite toys. These new Fortnite toys... Read more ...

New World of Warcraft Subscription Includes Expansions Through To Legion

New World of Warcraft Subscription Includes Expansions Through To Legion

Blizzard entertainment has this month announced changes to its subscription model for the popular World of Warcraft game which has been pretty much the same for the last 14... Read more ...

‘Pokémon GO' Developer Niantic Catches Seismic Games

‘Pokémon GO' Developer Niantic Catches Seismic Games

After releasing a string of major updates to their global hit Pokémon GO , Niantic has announced that they have acquired Seismic Games, the company behind Marvel Strike Force... Read more ...