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I don't know when servers are going to go live for this stuff, but you can at least prepare for further news.
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Posted by FriskyTanuki on Yesterday, 08:52 PM
Posted by FriskyTanuki on 08 October 2015 - 08:18 PM
There's a new DramaFever app for PS4 that lets you stream a variety of drama shows from Europe, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan for free, probably with ads.
Fancy blog post about the new remote for PS4 that's out later this month. It'll be nice to be able to navigate the PS4 menu without using up the DualShock 4's battery.
The Top Sellers on PSN for September is up. Destiny sweeps all of its possible categories with Metal Gear Solid 3 and GTA: San Andreas taking the Vita and PS Classics categories last month. Rocket League, plus its DLC, and Until Dawn are still strong on the list. Heroes of Loot also made the Vita list, which is nice to see.
Posted by FriskyTanuki on 07 October 2015 - 08:25 AM
Why not wait 'till November (Black Friday month) to do this promo instead? Why do this 15% back promo at all? Is October just typically a crappy month for people spending money on PSN? The timing's just too right.
It's a thing they've done for the past few years:
So it's kind of a pattern now.
Posted by FriskyTanuki on 06 October 2015 - 08:51 PM
The PS+ lineup for October is live:
Free add-ons for PS+:
Free Add-ons for PS+:
The preliminary list of the deals for this week:
Freebies for this week:
Onigiri - Free - 4.2 GB
Posted by FriskyTanuki on 06 October 2015 - 08:15 PM
I expect links to all of them :P
Also I'm really torn. I've been waiting for awhile for a ps4 sale on tales from the borderlands but I was hoping to pay closer to 10 bucks.
They're permanent price drops, not sales.
Most of it is Rock Band DLC re-released for Rock Band 4.
Posted by FriskyTanuki on 06 October 2015 - 07:54 PM
Note: This covers everything on the PlayStation Store. Everything. If you can find it on the webstore or any of the individual console PS Stores, it counts. In-game stores do not count.
2nd Note: Yes, you have to actually spend the money. You can't just load up $100 to your PSN Wallet and get the $15 back. It doesn't matter where the cash/credit comes from either.
Spend $100 USD using your wallet for the PlayStation®Network (“PSN Wallet”) through November 3rd, 2015 11:59pm PT, and you’ll receive a $15 USD credit back on or before November 17th, 2015 to spend on games, movies, TV shows, music and anything else that accepts PSN Wallet funds!
Terms & Conditions:
Promotion is available to legal U.S. and Mexico residents with an account for use of the PlayStation®Network (an “Account”) registered in their country of residency who are 18 or older and who have spent $100.00 USD or more using the PSN Wallet between October 6th, 2015 and November 3rd, 2015 11:59pm PT. Third party application purchases are excluded. Each Account may only accrue a total of $15 USD in PSN Wallet credits pursuant to this promotion.
The promotion code (“Code”) is good for one qualifying Account to redeem the PSN Wallet credit via the PlayStation®Store. Code expires at 11:59PM PT on December 15th, 2015 and must be redeemed prior to this time. Code cannot be returned or exchanged for cash, may not be used for any other purpose and will not be replaced if lost, stolen, or damaged. You will receive the redemption Code on or before November 17th, 2015 via XMB message on PS3™, system notification on PS4™, PS Vita™, or the email account used to set up your Account Sign-in ID.