We're Fawning Over Hohokum's Music

We’ve been fawning over Hohokum’s music for a while now, because the soundtrack is a big part of what makes this upcoming artsy PS4 game such a treat. Ghostly International has made the whole thing available to stream in anticipation of the game’s launch next month.

PlayStation Now Is Still Way Too Expensive

Right now, PlayStation 4 owners in the US can enjoy 90 days of the PS3 racing game F1 2013 for the low, low price of $US49.99. Too rich for your blood? You could try 90 days of NASCAR 14 for $US39.99, or 90 days of Dirt 3 for $US26.99. Codemasters’ Grid 2 comes in at the relatively affordable $US22.99 — also for 90 days.

New Digimon Game Gives Fans A Taste Of Super Smash Bros.

Despite its loyal fanbase, Digimon has long played second fiddle to Pokémon. Tired of having all their digital monsters left out of the party that is Super Smash Bros. in favour of the company’s more recognisable characters like Pac-Man, Bandai Namco announced today that it’s making its own multiplayer arena brawler.

Why Vita Fans Are Confused And Angry Over This Game

Online multiplayer for Freedom Wars, the PS Vita multiplayer action game, is still as of yet unavailable, but vague wording in the promotional material is getting some Japanese gamers angry before it’s even out.

The PS4 Is Still Doing Well

Briefly: Sony released its earnings report for April-June, which reveals that the company shipped a combined 3.5 million PS3 and PS4 units, and 0.75 million PSP and Vita units. As a result, Sony’s game segment contributed an operating profit of 4.3 billion yen ($45 million) in this quarter.

Sony Won't Explain What's Up With PS1/PS2 Games On PlayStation Now

Way back in February 2013, when Sony first announced the PlayStation 4, they talked a bit about their partnership with the streaming company Gaikai. With the power of the cloud, Sony said, we’d all be able to stream PS1, PS2 and PS3 games.

Reminder: Never Trust Anyone In Dark Souls II

Hi everybody! Here’s your daily reminder that the Souls games are engineered to cause pain and misery, even from people you trust. Never trust anybody!

Sony Trashes EA's New Access Program

Wondering why EA’s new subscription Access program is on Xbox One and not PlayStation 4? Well, for starters, Sony doesn’t think it’s any good for their customers.

Check Out The New Assassin's Creed Unity Trailer

Video: New pre-rendered Assassin’s Creed Unity trailer shows our hero, the assassin Arno, rescuing a woman who seems to be wearing a Templar cross (the same lady we initially thought was an assassin. Whoops!). The game’s designers hinted at the end of this making-of video that Unity will address the schism between Assassins and Templars and what would happen if they could work together. Hmmm. UPDATE: Her name’s Elise. She’s a Templar.

Call Of Duty Bummer: They Opted Not To Have Teleportation Grenades

The new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, futuristic-looking as it is, will not have teleportation grenades. So it was reported in a VentureBeat profile of CoD:AW studio Sledgehammer Games. Too unrealistic.