Bethesda sent an announcement out today to remind PlayStation 3 owners that Fallout: New Vegas had some DLC scheduled for release during the downtime of the PlayStation Store. Now that the PSN has been restored to full functionality, the "Honest Hearts" expansion content is now available for download there at the price of $9.99.
You could take this as a poke in the eye if you want to, a reminder of the pain and suffering you have felt during those dark days. Alternately, you could remember all the trouble that the content caused for Xbox 360 users and count your blessings that they've had time to do a little extra debugging.
The thought of a massively-multiplayer online The Elder Scrolls on consoles terrifies me. Perhaps I'm just cynical. Logistics aside, it's great in theory to see MMO support on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One -- confirmed for...more
Bethesda will be putting out its upcoming MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online on PlayStation 4 in spring 2014, Sony announced this evening. There's a beta in the works -- of course there is -- that will be available exclusively first on PS4. I must hand it to Sony for sprinkling in these one-sentence "We've got an exclusive!" sentences throughout the E3 press conference.more
Yeah, I did a double take, too. Developer Human Head's Prey 2, recently considered vaporware much to the chagrin of all of us who fell head over heels for the Bladerunner-esque title two years ago, resurfaced recently followi...more