You'll have to wait a bit. First Light will be available for download on August 27 in Europe and the physical release isn't coming until September 10, but it's nice to have the option if you need it for some reason (or are still into owning discs).
Sony has tipped its hand a tad, revealing some of the games PlayStation 4 owners can expect out of PlayStation Plus in the months ahead.
In December, subscribers can get their fists on superhero fighter Injustice: Gods A...more
It's five months later, and inFamous: Second Son is still one of my favorite games of the year. As a massive improvement in just about every facet of the franchise, I enjoyed seeing how Delsin's story played out, and as I slo...more
With development on the standalone Infamous: First Light wrapping up, developer Sucker Punch has seen a round of layoffs. Sony confirmed in a statement to Eurogamer, "SCEE can confirm a reduction in workforce h...more
Jack of all trades, master of none. Sure Delson from Infamous: Second Son has the ability to suck up other people's powers for his own, which is pretty cool in its own right. But those that just have one specific power to man...more
Infamous: Second Son's "First Light" DLC is up on the PlayStation Store for pre-order with a listed release date of August 26, which seems like it could very well be the actual release date, barring an announcement othe...more
At Sony's PlayStation press conference, we found out that one of the PS4's biggest exclusives is getting some downloadable content. Sucker Punch is working on DLC for inFamous: Second Son.
The interesting thing about th...more
In a move that should shock absolutely no one, it appears that Sony actually did rewrite bits and pieces of its E3 2013 presentation after witnessing Microsoft's own announcements crash and burn.
Sony Computer Entertain...more
The Game Critics Awards for E3 2014, as determined by 29 media outlets including Destructoid, have been announced. After seeing the nominations, it's no surprise that Turtle Rock's one-versus-four multiplayer shooter Evolve c...more
It should go without saying that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain had a great showing at E3. Not only was the official trailer a stellar piece of work, and a big indication of how grim the game will be, but the 30-minute ...more