Sony has announced very delightful news for all the PlayStation users as all the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita title is going to be available with very exciting discounts for players to purchase the highly popular PlayStation Games.Sony is set to host a Great Indoors Sales Event which would feature many of the AAA titles like Red Dead Redemption 2 or God of War.This Indoors Sales Event will be live from March 29th from 8 AM PT and will avail players with massive discounts for famous titles.Although most of the players would be interested in the discounted PS4 titles, still this sale would also include a  range of games from PS3 and PS Vita.As recently it is rumored that Sony is planning to focus more on its PS4 games and soon will introduce a brand new  PS5 gaming console, so this upcoming Indoors Event is a golden opportunity for PS3, and Vita players to avail their desired titles with exclusive discounts.Keeping this thought aside, players who are looking for best deals to access exclusive PS titles have an excellent chance to choose from the vast list of available titles from the list of discounted games.Still, all those players who are looking for some exclusive deals for PS4 games can visit the official PlayStation website, where players will be able to spot the Indoors Vent option, gamers can easily choose this link and opt for any of the required games they want for themselves.But players should keep in mind that to enter into this exciting discount event, players are mandatorily required to have a subscription of PlayStation Plus.Currently, the players can access the subscription for PS Plus in the discounted rate of $40.It is speculated that the subscription rate for Plus services is also going to be increased to $60 from March 26, so players can have a multitude of exciting deals to avail from visiting this online event.Although the list of games added to the discount event is quite vast and includes a range of different games for players to choose from, still below is the list of all the best titles which would surely be amongst the most sold games.Fallout 4God of WarGrand Theft Auto VRed Dead Redemption 2The Witcher 3, Wild HuntNex MachinaBorderlands: The Handsome Collection.Players can check out more such titles on the official website of Sony PlayStation and purchase your most desired titles with immersive discounts.Enne Garcia is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats.Her passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media.She writes for Norton security products at
Among the ones still available:NBA Live 19 All-Star Edition for $4: The digital version of this basketballer is down to an insane .Grand Theft Auto V for $20: Yes, this game has been around forever.Titanfall 2 for $5-$7: This fun mech shooter -- a prequel of sorts to Apex Legends -- is again deeply discounted.$20 off Red Dead Redemption 2: One of 2018's top games is 33 percent off.The only "catch" here is that these games are in disc format, not digital (unless otherwise noted).
Take-Two Interactive’s stock price mysteriously rose 5 percent Wednesday on rumors that Sony was in advanced “board level” talks to buy the company for $130 a share.That would have amounted to a purchase price of $13.7 billion for the maker of blockbuster video games such as Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2.But a spokesperson for Sony said this morning that “we do not know where the rumor is coming from, but there is no such plan.” And a Take-Two spokesperson said the company does not comment on rumors or speculation.But to me, the whole episode triggers a discussion about strategic thinking in the ever-consolidating video game industry.Marketwatch reported yesterday morning that Take-Two’s stock price rose 4.7 percent on rumors that Sony was in advanced board-level discussion to acquire Take-Two in a mostly cash deal.Kulina said in an interview with that he wasn’t interviewed for the story and merely was passing along a rumor in a message that said “unconfirmed.”
Even stylistically, as seen in the bullet-ridden stills at the end of each mission displaying your rating, DMC 5 harks back to its glorious beginnings.More than that, though, I hope it leads to a more widespread return to a largely dormant concept in AAA game design: linearity.In the early 2000s before the open world boom, games like Devil May Cry were the norm, not the exception.Think: Overwatch, the Call of Duty franchise, Horizon Zero Dawn, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, God of War, Red Dead Redemption 2, the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Tom Clancy’s The Division, Destiny 2, Super Mario Odyssey, Grand Theft Auto V, Fallout 4, the Far Cry franchise, and Marvel’s Spider-Man.Sure, sports games top the charts, and first-person shooters like Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 have linear, mission-based campaigns.But even Call of Duty ditched its campaign with Black Ops 4, and Nintendo moved its two most popular franchises to true open worlds with their latest entries.
From the rise of live service games like Anthem and Destiny 2 to the constantly evolving platform of Fortnite to lavish open world experiences like Red Dead Redemption 2 and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, there seems to be a notion that more mechanics, more things to do, more stuff makes for a more fulfilling experience.Indie games, on the other hand, often strip the experience down to the bare essentials, delivering a game that isn’t bogged down by content models, endless systems, and superfluous details that only a fraction of the player base will ever experience or recognize.Ape Out follows a large orange ape on his journey to exact revenge on humans and escape captivity.Each level is filled with guards wielding various types of guns, from single shot and spray pattern rifles to machine guns to flamethrowers to bazookas.As an ape with extraordinary strength, you can slam the humans into walls, other enemies, or off ledges entirely and watch them turn into a pile of dismembered limbs soaked in a pool of blood.Or you can grab enemies and use them as a shield before brutally flinging them in the direction you desire.
If GTA V taught us anything, aside that Trevor can't be trusted with stuffed animals, it's that the Red Dead Redemption 2 price was going to take forever to come down.The most popular games from Rockstar continue to sell throughout the year, so there's little incentive for stores to come up with a good offer.Which is why we were taken aback by today's deal, to be honest.We thought we'd be waiting even longer than this for a significant saving as the game's been enormously successful since its late October release.That hasn't stopped Walmart knocking a massive $20 off the previous price.That's right you can now get a new copy of Red Dead Redemption 2 for just $39.88 on PS4 and Xbox One.
March is a very popular month for new video game releases, including big-name games like Devil May Cry 5 and The Division 2, but if you’re looking to save some cash on slightly older games, Walmart has plenty of great deals for you — and it doesn’t matter if you’re on Xbox, PlayStation, or Switch.Right now at Walmart, you can get Red Dead Redemption 2 on either Xbox One or PlayStation 4 for just $40.If you’re in the mood to play another Rockstar game, you can also pick up Grand Theft Auto V on PlayStation 4 for just $15, or on Xbox One for $18.Despite being more than five years old, the mode is still regularly updated.Set in a massive environment filled with lightning storms and tornadoes, Just Cause 4 lets you destroy nearly anything you see with an arsenal of powerful weapons and vehicles.The Nintendo Switch is one of the best-selling game consoles right now, and Walmart has plenty of savings on some of its biggest titles, as well.
But every single one of them have been filtered through the earth shattering prism that is Breath of the Wild.Sorry Red Dead Redemption 2.Where open worlds aren't celebrated for their size and instead focus on in-the-moment experiences that spiral into spontaneous, weird emergent stories that are yours and yours alone.A world where you're accidentally riding a reluctant bear into a spontaneous wildfire one minute, then scrambling solo towards gorgeous vistas the next.An intricate space designed, not to be catalogued or conquered, but explored and savoured, complete with a cohesive set of intertwining game concepts that could be tinkered with but, unlike others, was somehow resistant to the breaks in logic that subvert regular video game experiences.It is, almost certainly, one of the best video games ever made.
While we usually highlight discounts on known entities, every so often we like to alert you to a product that isn't a household name but is still worth your consideration when it's on sale.They are currently down to $79 on Amazon when you use the code "TOMSA3021" at checkout.That's $20 off their usual going rate and a great price for one of the few budget noise-cancelling headphones we find acceptable.Now, if you can afford to pay for a more premium pair from Sony or Bose, do so.If you don't need new noise-cancellers, though, we also have deals on OLED TVs, iPads, the Xbox One X, Red Dead Redemption 2, Instant Pots, and more.Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (Switch) for $19.99 at Walmart (list price $39.99).
PlayStation 4 has turned out to be a massive success in terms of sales for Sony. Gaming experts believe that the reason behind this success can be associated with the selection of single-player titles like Spider-Man, Bloodborne, Red Dead Redemption and Anthem. With this massive success in hand, Sony is now planning to introduce some innovative and interesting multiplayer titles for PlayStation 4 users. Recently in an interview with Business Insider, the chairman of Sony Interactive Entertainment Shawn Layden, stated that PlayStation lacks in terms of multi-player exclusives for their home consoles. Games like Fortnite, GTA 5 and PUBG are on the rise and the gaming trend is gradually shifting more toward such multi-player games. He further clarified that Sony is planning to develop the online multi-player exclusives whereas also keeping in mind the viability of making couch co-op titles to encourage local multi-player games which could be enjoyed by friends and families by using the same console simultaneously.
Oftentimes, those old TVs are still more than good enough for the average consumer, so the money saved can make up for whatever new features you’d get by waiting for a new model.These kinds of deals have started to pop up sporadically in recent weeks, but today brings a discount that feels especially worth calling out: the 55-inch variant of LG’s B8 OLED TV is currently down to $1,100 at Walmart and Amazon.It has superior contrast, more vivid colors, and better HDR performance than the best LCD panels.It supports HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG, and Technicolor’s Advanced HDR format, and they all look excellent.If it wasn’t already obvious, the display is in 4K resolution.Ultra HD content still isn’t ubiquitous, but OLED’s contrast and color advantages are still handy when you’re stuck streaming in 1080p.
Today's list is headlined by another deal on the Nintendo Switch, as the popular portable game console is currently available for $270 at Newegg.Dealmaster: As Switch sales slow, Nintendo launches a new bundleA couple things worth noting here: you'll have to apply the code "EMCTVVA34" at checkout to receive the discount, but in order to do that, you'll have to give Newegg an email address first.But this is the part when we mention that Newegg's checkout process was subject to a data breach last year that put customers' payment data at risk of theft for a full month.It's not nearly as powerful as the PS4 or Xbox One—let alone their 4K-pushing upgrades, or a good PC—but it fits in a backpack and is the only place to play the latest Mario, Zelda, Pokemon, and the like.If you don't need more gaming hardware, though, we also have Red Dead Redemption 2 for $40, Apple's 9.7-inch iPad back down to $250, a bunch of 4K TV deals, $17 off a year of PlayStation Plus, and many more deals, which you can find below.
Your games look better than ever, but you’re starting to notice stutters and glitches a little more frequently, and you’re wondering when the console that’s sat under your TV for the past five years might benefit from an upgrade.Nintendo’s recent success with the Switch gives it a clear runway to iterate upon, and it’s said to be planning updated models for as soon as this year.But Sony’s plans for a presumed PlayStation 5 remain a mystery, beyond CEO Kenichiro Yoshida confirming that next-generation hardware is “necessary.”The one thing that seems clear is that there will probably be a PS5 by the end of next year.On one level, that wouldn’t necessarily seem far-fetched.With games like Marvel’s Spider-Man, God of War, and Red Dead Redemption 2 continuing to impress on a technical level by any standard, the PS4 is arguably holding up better than its predecessor did at the same point in its life cycle.
This time we're coming at you with a wide range of Presidents' Day sales, because George Washington was definitely thinking of what 4K TV deals he could score as he was crossing the Delaware.Many of these deals apply to things like home goods, clothing, and mattresses, but tech is fairly well represented, too.Per usual, a lot of these sales are junk, but the Dealmaster has rounded up a sampling of the worthwhile tech deals currently available around the Web.Our list includes discounts on Amazon and Apple devices, 4K Roku TVs, big-name video games like Red Dead Redemption 2 and Marvel's Spider-Man, Lenovo ThinkPads, a sitewide 15% off coupon at Rakuten, and much more.Sony WH-1000XM3 Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones + $25 Hulu Gift Card for $295.80 at Rakuten (sign into Rakuten account and use code: SAVE15 - list price $374.99).55" TCL 55R617 4K HDR Roku TV for $579.99 at Walmart (list price $629.99).
Microsoft first announced "Crackdown 3" in July 2014, and later revealed that Terry Crews would star as the lead protagonist.In many ways the game feels like its predecessors; problem is, "Crackdown 2" came out in 2010.The game arrives on Xbox One and Windows 10 on February 15th, and has essentially been split into two separate games, the story campaign, which can be played alone or with a friend, and the multiplayer modes called "Wrecking Zone."After installing the game, players will get separate icons to boot the version they prefer.Players can play through the campaign with a friend, and Wrecking Zone divides 10 players into two teams.While some of the design choices in Crackdown feel less than modern and the story isn't particularly compelling, the core of the game is still enjoyable.
My binge, as always, was accompanied by a glance at the backlog of games I’ve acquired over the years, and I can’t help but feel a bit of sadness.Always online and continuously evolving, live service games have the ability to persist for years using seasonal content updates, micro-transactions, paid subscriptions, and regular adjustments to the meta-game.With every new season comes new events, modes, and exclusive skins.Ah — but the game can feel limited unless you purchase a seasonal Battle Pass.Want that legendary skin they debuted at the start of the season?Better get yourself a Battle Pass, complete every week’s challenges, and climb up the season’s 100 tiers.
Today's list is headlined by a pair of deals on high-profile video games that launched toward the end of 2018, as both Red Dead Redemption 2 and Marvel's Spider-Man are currently down to $40.Note that both deals here apply to the physical copies of the game, so you won't be able to play either immediately upon purchasing, but the savings should make the wait worthwhile.No video game is objectively great, but for what it's worth, we liked Spider-Man and Red Dead 2 enough to include both in our best games of 2018 list a couple months ago.You should read our reviews for each game for a more in-depth look, but if you want the Dealmaster's ultra-short take: Red Dead 2, while paced a bit slowly and hamstrung by a few of Rockstar's most outdated game conventions, is still as gorgeous, staggeringly detailed, and engrossing as you'd expect from the GTA maker.Note: Ars Technica may earn compensation for sales from links on this post through affiliate programs.Motorola Moto X4 (32GB) Unlocked Smartphone for $149 at Walmart and Amazon (list price $299.99).
The world of Red Dead Online is getting a bit safer.Today Rockstar announced the next update for the game, which is focused primarily on reducing griefing, a problem that has plagued the online game since its debut late last year.The update will include a handful of changes, the combination of which should make for an overall more pleasant experience.One of the biggest changes comes down to player visibility.Now, you’ll only be able to see other players if they’re within 150 meters of you, which should make it tougher for griefers to hunt down and annoy specific players.Similarly, those whom the game deems “overly aggressive players” will have their position revealed to everyone, and the map marker will change color to coincide with bad behavior; the worse you are, the darker red it turns.
A huge number of Xbox 360 games can be played on Xbox One simply by putting in the disc and waiting for the file to download, and the supported game list includes some of the biggest titles on the console.Read our full Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood reviewThe American Dream is a complicated concept that rarely goes according to plan, and Grand Theft Auto IV showed its dark and depressing truth.Protagonist Niko Bellic arrives in Liberty City hoping to turn his life around and forget the violent past he left in Eastern Europe, but he’s instead forced to accept that America isn’t a fantasy land, and his hands are still going to get bloody.Before you play the excellent Red Dead Redemption 2, play the original Red Dead Redemption to learn more about the game’s massive cast of characters, and to see the fate of John Marston after he left Dutch van der Linde’s gang of outlaws.Striking a balance between open-ended environments and direct, mission-focused storytelling, the game’s overgrown urban environment is the perfect place to experiment with your super-powered suit, and the mix of human and alien enemies forces you to constantly evaluate your strategy before jumping into battle.
Electronic Arts saw its stock price fall off a cliff this week as it acknowledged in an earnings call that Battlefield V didn’t sell as well as expected in the holiday quarter.One of the reasons was that it didn’t compete as well with other games, like Red Dead Redemption 2, which sold-in to retailers 23 million copies in its debut quarter.But when Take-Two Interactive, whose Rockstar Games label created Red Dead Redemption 2, reported its earnings on Wednesday, its stock price fell 13 percent.That didn’t make a lot of sense, and it was logical that Take-Two’s stock bounced back a bit on Thursday.Zynga did well in its earnings report, and it saw its stock price rise after it reported breakeven results on Wednesday.Even French video game publisher Ubisoft saw its stock take a hit on the eve of the launch of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, one of the big titles of the year.