|Sony PlayStation VR for PS4 for $350 + free shipping|
Added: 16.10.2017 2:42 | 13 views | 0 comments
Best Buy offers the Sony PlayStation VR Virtual Reality Headset for PlayStation 4 for $349.99 with free shipping. That's tied with last month's mention and the lowest price we could find by $16. It features a 5.7" 1920x1080 (1080p) display with up to 120 frames per second, an adjustable headband, and 3D audio.
|Former Naughty Dog Employee Says He Was Sexually Harassed|
Added: 14.10.2017 22:40 | 10 views | 0 comments
PSLS: "Former Naughty Dog Environment Artist and Multiplayer Level Layout Artist David Ballard has come forward with allegations of sexual harassment. Ballard says that the incident occurred in late 2015, and that his working environment became increasingly toxic due to the harasser being a lead. According to Ballard, when he went to the Sony PlayStation human resources department in February 2016 (after suffering from a mental breakdown), he was fired the next day. Ballard says he was then offered $20,000 to stay quiet about the ordeal, but he declined the offer."
|Syndrome unleashes nerve-shredding terror on PS4 and VR today|
Added: 12.10.2017 13:00 | 15 views | 0 comments
Bigmoon Entertainment and Camel 101 announced today that Syndrome, their space survival horror title, is now available on Sony Playstation 4 and PC with a game mode compatible for PS VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
|Member Final Fantasy VII?|
Added: 11.10.2017 11:40 | 8 views | 0 comments
People born after the mid 90s might not be aware of this, but Final Fantasy wasnt always the insanely popular household name that has exactly 3,583 games within its franchise. Final Fantasy was never shrouded in the shadows of obscurity when it came to the states, in fact it was always one of the most popular JRPG series on the Nintendo consoles, it just had nothing close to the stranglehold on the market it does today. It was much more a niche market, though while the fans lacked the numbers they hold today, they were no less enthralled by these marvels of merging meaningful storytelling with video games. This changed approximately 20 years ago on September 7, 1997, when the follow up to the SNES cartridge Final Fantasy III appeared as a three CD-ROM game called Final Fantasy VII on the Sony PlayStation.