Sony Announces that PlayStation Network Now Has 70M Active Monthly Users


According to a Sony Corporate Strategy Meeting for the Fiscal Year of 2017, they have announced that PlayStation Network has announced that they have broken 70 million users, but however, Sony has not announced what it means to be “active” or when the number had been broken. There’s no doubt that this number was likely surpassed based on how many users are active on PlayStation Network at one time using PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and their PlayStation Vita family of consoles.

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Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen Has Been Announced for Xbox One and PS4


Five years ago, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen arrived on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. With it came ambitious gameplay, difficulty that almost surpassed Dark Souls, and a creativity unlike any other before. It was a game that Capcom could be seen making their mark with as fans rallied behind its uniqueness and tore across every inch of the games amazingly crafted lands.

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‘The Witcher’ is Coming to Netflix as a Series


In 1993 a Polish author by the name of Andrzej Sapkowski released to the world his first book in a series that would span many years to follow. The tale gave us a glimpse at a world plagued by creatures of myth and the men as well as the women who hunt them. He also gave us a glimpse into the life of a single Witcher by the name of Geralt of Rivia. A man who would wander the road alone as he came to hunt down the beasts that plague men, women, and children with their horrible afflictions.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Early Access Starts Soon


The adventures into the long waited realm of Vvardenfell have been eluding fans for many years. With amazing mods such as Skywind in the works, even fans doing what they can to upgrade the original version, The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is one announcement that took fans by storm. For many it made them hold their breaths in awe at the idea of once more visiting the almost forgotten world that was so interestingly created.

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Dark Rose Valkyrie is Heading to PlayStation 4 this June


It’s time to gear up JRPG fans. Today our friends at Idea Factory International, Inc. has announced their newest JRPG Dark Rose Valkyrie is heading here to the west in order to bring an all-new battle onto the PlayStation 4 family of consoles. The game will be releasing this June in both physical and digital formats.

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Star Wars: Battlefront II Will Fire Off the Campaign as a Book


If you’ve ever read World of Warcraft: Arthas, you know the works of famed writer Christie Golden. Christie is one that has brought the life of multiple worlds to reality and seems to continue doing so to this very day. The latest story she has brings our main character Iden Vesio her team to life via the games first book, which lets us see Star Wars Battlefront II come to life.

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Wanting to Take Part in Xbox Fanfest? Microsoft Reveals How to Attend.


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If you’ve been wondering what Microsoft has planned for Xbox Fanfest, it seems you may not be so pressed to take part in it, unless you are feeling the crunch to attend. FanFest will be taking place in LA at the same time as E3 from Sunday, June 11th through Tuesday, June 13th. The downside? If you plan on attending, you will only be able to attend if you are one of the lucky 500 people to get in.

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Nintendo Switch’s 2.2.0 Firmware Dropped and Save Transferring isn’t Here Yet


If you’re a Nintendo Switch owner, you already know your console has finally updated to 2.2.0. However, if you are curious to what it did, you may be scratching your head just a tad bit. Why? Because the update didn’t do just that much. Unfortunately, the update didn’t add any notable upgrades to the console and leaves us hungering for that inevitable save file transferring system.

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Persona 5’s Soundtrack is Now Live on iTunes


If you’re one for hip beats, awesome fight songs, and a huge soundtrack to the 2017 smash-hit JRPG Persona 5, you’re in luck. The 110 track album has landed on iTunes, and it’s available for $29.99 USD. While that sounds expensive, you can head over here in order to get your hands on the game.

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Prey’s Demo is Coming Later This Month

Today, our friends at Bethesda has announced that Prey will be receiving a free demo coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this month. How can you obtain the demo? On April 27th, fans can head to the Xbox Marketplace and PlayStation Store in order to download the demo ahead of the games launch on May 5th.

The demo will take place on the Talos I within the opening hour of the game, which will give players a taste of the horrors that await them. Just like in the campaign, the “Prey Demo: Opening Hour”, players will get to take the role of Morgan Yu, the lead scientist on Talos I. The job he has leads him to make a gigantic scientific breakthrough that could change humanity forever.  Unfortunately, aliens have overrun the Talos I. Now, all you can do is investigate the aliens that have taken over and figure out why.

Are you ready to fight to survive?

About the Writer:


Dustin is our native console gamer, PlayStation and Nintendo reviewer who has an appetite for anything that crosses the boarders from across the big pond. His interest in JRPG’s, Anime, Handheld Gaming, and Pizza is insatiable. His elitist attitude gives him direction, want, and a need for the hardest difficulties in games, which is fun to watch, and hilarity at its finest. You can find him over on TwitterGoogle+, and or you can find him on PSN with RaivynLyken.