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4:30 PM on 11.21.2013

Earn three free PS1 games in PlayStation Home

If you're one of the unfortunate souls in North America to still have PlayStation Home installed or don't mind going through that process for a few free games, listen up -- Twisted Metal, Demolition Derby, and Warhawk can be ...

Jordan Devore


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12:30 PM on 06.21.2012

No Man's Land now playable on PlayStation Home

We saw a bit of the free-to-play shooter No Man's Land at E3. It's the first of its kind: a console FTP shooter. No Man's Land is not a crack on PS Home. It's actually a pretty ambitious undertaking, and it might be worth che...

Dale North

12:30 PM on 04.24.2012

Indie horror game Home now available for pre-order

Lone Survivor may be set to get some competition soon in the form of Ben Rivers' Home -- a similarly retro-looking horror game. Boasting a plot that the player directly controls and a dark murder mystery to solve, Home is loo...

Jim Sterling