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Latest PlayStation Network Flash Sale Offers Discounts On Mad Max, Batman And More

Prepare your wallets, as the time has come for a new PlayStation Network Flash Sale to go live on Psn. The popular monthly sale offers steep discounts on numerous titles across the PlayStation family of consoles.

Unlike previous Flash Sales, which usually have some type of theme, this month’s offerings cover many different genres and publishers. Big budget releases such as Batman: Arkham Knight and Mad Max are discounted alongside smaller titles like The Swindle.

The complete list of games on sale can be seen below:

PlayStation 4:

Apotheon — $2.99 Arcade Archives: Crazy Climber II — $3.19 Arcade Archives: Super Dodge Ball — $3.19 Back To The Future: The Game – 30th Anniversary — $7.99 Batman: Arkham Knight — $11.99 BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend — $14.99 Child of Light: Ultimate Edition — $8.99 Extreme Exorcism — $5.19 Game of Thrones Season Pass — $5.99 Gauntlet: Slayer Edition — $7.99 Guilty Gear Xrd Sign — $14.99 How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition — $3.99 Lego Jurassic World — $15.99 Lichdom Battlemage — $19.99 Mad Max — $15.99 McDroid — $1.99 Qube:
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Beau St. Clair, Pierce Brosnan’s Producing Partner, Dies

Beau St. Clair, who served as Pierce Brosnan’s producing partner for two decades, died Saturday at her home in Malibu following a battle with ovarian cancer. She was 63.

Brosnan was with St. Clair a few hours before her passing, according to publicist Jennifer Allen.

St. Clair — a California native — and Brosnan founded Los Angeles-based Irish DreamTime in 1996 with backing from MGM after Brosnan starred as James Bond in 1995’s “GoldenEye.”

Irish DreamTime’s first production was the 1998 drama “The Nephew,” followed by the remake of “The Thomas Crown Affair,” which starred Brosnan and Rene Russo. Other Irish DreamTime productions included “The Laws of Attraction,” “Matador,” “November Man,” “Evelyn,” “The Greatest,” “Some Kind of Beautiful” and the yet-to-be-released “I.T.

She also was a producer on the 2002 remake of “Rollerball.”

Prior to teaming up with Brosnan, St. Clair was an assistant to Jerome Hellman and worked on “The Mosquito Coast,” “Hideaway,
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‘Race the Sun': An insanely addictive racer with a remarkably original premise

As a kid, I used to love racing games. From Super Mario Kart to Wave Race or San Francisco Rush, my formative years were filled with a brimming affinity for competitive racing, particularly when I could wrangle a compadre for some couch-bound multiplayer. However, as I got older, and friends who gamed regularly were busier or harder to come by, my interests shifted away from genres like sports, fighting or racing, that relied on having another person to help you enjoy the game.

With Race the Sun developer Flippfly have handily dealt with this issue by giving you a permanent and ongoing opponent in the form of the sun itself. Taking control of a solar-powered vehicle that resembles a cross between Star Fox‘s Ar-Wing and an F-Zero hover module, you’re tasked with chasing the setting sun while dodging increasingly difficult obstacles including a shifting landscape, a variety of
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Playstation Plus free games line up for May 2015

Coming to PlayStation Plus members this May is a wide variety of games that are sure to attract many fans and absorb many hours of gaming time.

First off for the PlayStation 4 is colourful and crazy Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition. This is a 2D platforming adventure puzzler that sees you playing as a Mexican wrestler.

Also for the PS4 is the first person puzzler called Ether. Ether tasks you with untangling your own mind by restoring the minds of the mentally ill through very strange puzzles.

For the PS4, PS3 and Ps Vita there will be:

The Unfinished Swan. This is a breathtaking and thought-provoking game filled with twists and a rather unique art style. Race the Sun. This is a basic looking game but if you remember and liked the Super Nintendo classic, Star Fox, then this game will suit you down to the ground. Hohokum is a
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Hohokum And Guacamelee! Headline May’s PlayStation Plus Update

Sony is wasting no time in detailing the newcomers to PlayStation Plus for the month of May. More often than not, the Japanese publisher would hold off until a Thursday before listing what software subscribers can expect to enjoy over the following four weeks, though the company has bucked trend by showcasing the new titles making their way onto the Instant Game Collection next week.

First up, on PlayStation 4, Ether One and acclaimed indie platformer Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition will topline the offerings on Sony’s current-gen hardware, though console owners will be pleased to note that cross-buy will enable them to enjoy the other offerings, too. Specifically, Giant Sparrow’s ethereal The Unfinished Swan and Race the Sun on PlayStation 3, while Ps Vita owners can look forward to Hohokum and off-beat platformer Murasaki Baby.

Here’s the official breakdown of the software heading to the Instant Game Collection
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Ps Plus in May: This is for the indie players

The games joining the Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus in May has been announced by Sony, and it’s an indie-centric bunch. Chris Howe on PlayStation Blog EU writes:

Entering Ps Plus

6th May: Ether One (PS4)

6th May: Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition

6th May: The Unfinished Swan (PS4, PS3, Ps Vita)

6th May: Race the Sun (PS4, PS3, Ps Vita)

6th May: Murasaki Baby (Ps Vita)

6th May: Hohokum (PS4, PS3, Ps Vita)

This is an update for the indie lovers, and while those who only want the next Aaa shooter will likely be disappointed, there’s plenty here to be excited about. Ether One will be available to download on the day of its release, and is a “mind-twisting adventure” that can be played purely for the story, or with some challenging puzzles for the more adventurous gamer. Hohokum is a laid back, wholly original title about curiosity and exploration.
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Octodad, Don’t Starve Topline Wealth Of Indies Headed To Wii U

Much digital ink has been spilt about the misfortunes of the Wii U, with the Internet at large picking apart Nintendo’s struggling console piece by piece. But despite the fact that sales figures continue to paint a dire situation, The Big N has confirmed that a flurry of indie titles — including Don’t Starve, Octodad: Dadliest Catch and Never Alone — will make their way to the company’s flagship home console throughout the course of the year.

Though the a significant chunk of the listed software has been released on other platforms, it’s understood that certain ports will boast console-specific features. Puzzle platformer Never Alone, for instance, will support off-tv play, allowing players to explore the finer details of Upper One Games’ snowy landscapes.

Indeed, Nintendo isn’t leaving its 3Ds handheld out in the cold, either, noting that a selection of indie titles are on course for
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Nintendo announces some amazing upcoming eShop Games including ‘Don’t Starve’ and ‘Never Alone’

One of the main reasons I purchased both the Wii U and the New 3Ds, is for their virtual game library which includes classics from the Nes, Super Nes and Gameboy eras, along with other systems such as N64, Sega Master System, Genesis and Neo Geo when clicking into the Wii menu. Who wouldn’t want to play Mario 64, Contra 3: Alien Wars or any of the Mega Man titles, all games which have aged well over the years? Today, Nintendo of America announced the release of a host of first- and third-party digital games, including some from acclaimed indie developers, to the Nintendo eShop on Wii U and Nintendo 3Ds in 2015. In addition to anticipated upcoming games like Affordable Space Adventures, Runbow and Swords & Soldiers II, the newly announced Sos favourites Don’t Starve: Giant Edition and Never Alone will be coming to the Wii U console with exclusive GamePad features and functionality.
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Sony Publishes List Of Confirmed PlayStation Titles Headed To E3 2014

In order to whet appetites and garner excitement ahead of E3 2014, Sony has published a comprehensive list of PlayStation titles that are due to appear at the annual public trade show.

For the full, exhaustive list of software, you can delve into the finer details of each title below:

Aaru’s Awakening — PS3

Akiba’s Trip Undead & Undressed — Ps Vita

Apotheon — PS4

Assault Android Cactus — PS4

Axiom Verge — PS4

Big Fest — Ps Vita

The Binding of Issac: Rebirth — PS4

Chasm — PS4

CounterSpy — PS4/PS3/Ps Vita

Danganronpa 2 — Ps Vita

Destiny — Bungie PS4

Diablo III: The Ultimate Evil Edition — PS4

Disgaea 4 — Ps Vita

Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes — PS4

Driveclub — PS4

Dynasty Warriors: Gundam Reborn — PS3

EarthNight —PS4

Freedom Wars — Ps Vita

Galak-z: The Dimensional — PS4

Gravity Crash Ultra — Ps Vita

Guilty Gear Xrd — PS4

Gunship X — Ps Vita

Helldivers — PS4/PS3

Hohokum — PS4/PS3

Home — Ps Vita

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