In addition in removing the duplication trick, From Software also fixed the “missing Lunarium Key” and addressed a few known bug in the game. To download the patch, just connect to the PlayStation Network and the patch will download automatically. It’s a small patch and it should be done in a few minutes.
Still haven’t picked up Bloodborne? Check out our review!
Artoo In Love is a sweet little short film about the galaxy’s favourite astromech droid, and his search for female companionship. With a mailbox.
Of all the big PC games people are playing at the moment, the one that needs a mod like this the least is probably Cities: Skylines. But then, that’s also why it needs it the most.
Live-action Attack on Titan's Shinji Higuchi is director, special-effects director on Summer 2016 film
Series will stream worldwide except for Asia starting on April 6
Last night’s episode of Better Call Saul—the best show on television right now—guest-starred Steven Ogg, the man you may recognize as the voice of everyone’s favorite hillbilly psychopath Trevor Philips.
Nexon Korea has not announced a release date yet
If there’s one thing to be said about Vince Neil’s voice, it’s that it fits Motley Crue just fine. Granted, he might not be knocking it out of the park on the band’s final tour, but his somewhat nasal, yet high pitched voice fit the Crue to a T on their studio albums. Because he […]
With March coming to an end, Sony has revealed April’s line up for PlayStation Plus in North America and Europe. This month adds a couple of interesting titles, including Dishonored, which was already confirmed and suspected to be the cause of last months announcement delay. Those interested can find the full list titles below:
In addition to these new titles, Woah Dave! is also free with PlayStation Plus in honor of the PlayStation 4 version releasing. These titles, save Woah Dave!, will be available next Tuesday and run until May 5, 2015.
That's Jina D doing an excellent Navi, if not in scale then at least in spirit. Link is her fiancée Devon, who should really be cosplaying as Jaime Lannister.
PlayStation Home, one of the most ambitious (and weirdest) things Sony has ever done with video games, closes down today. It will not be missed, but it should at least be remembered.
The reveal that Project Z was actually Spelunker Z was met with a lot of mixed feelings. Many Western gamers were expecting more and a good percent of them had no clue what Spelunker if, where as fans were wary of what this meant for the franchise. Regardless of Spelunker Z’s quality, the game was confirmed to be free to play, so it was at least worth giving a try. Now that Spelunker Z is out in Japan, we made a brief guide to help you experience this interesting title.How to make a Japanese PSN account
Before you download Spelunker Z, you first must make a Japanese PSN account. This is fairly easy and can be done by making a new account, setting your region to Japan and then answering all the questions. You don’t need to know what they’re asking, though you might need a real Japanese address (just Google for one). After filling out all the information simply verify your E-Mail and you’re done.Where to Find Spelunker Z
Now there are two ways of finding Spelunker Z and downloading it on your account. The easiest way is to go to the Japanese PSN store, sign into your Japanese account and then purchase this item. You can then sign into the account on your PS4 and download it via the library or head here, activate the account on your system and then click the grey button. If you find this method too confusing, then you might want to use the actual store. There are a couple of ways to find it on the Japanese PSN store, with the easiest being spelling out the name, but if you don’t know how to read/understand Japanese, try to follow the video below. The game should be there and is pretty easy to download.Additional information
Remember that the primary activation holder can play this game on any account connected to that PlayStation 4. This means you can make a new account, download the game, and earn all 12 trophies on a different account. If you’re the second person to activate on the account, then you must play on the account the game originated from. Finally, despite Spelunker Z being a free to play game, it’s totally and completely possible to do everything and get all the trophies without spending a dime or dealing with any annoying free to play elements. Most of the free to play stuff lets you cheat and get additional lives or cosmetic items that give you effects/bonuses.
It's April Fool's Day, which means that plenty of anime companies are having a good chuckle with fake announcements, quirky crossovers, and more. Here's...
The ‘Kojima Productions ’ logo is no longer on the Silent Hills website, Gamespot reports. Konami didn’t share details about what this means for the game or Kojima’s involvement with it, unfortunately.
Game ships in North America on April 7
Yesterday, one of the more insane press conferences in recent memory took place as Jay Z unveiled his new streaming service, Tidal. What was insane about it? Well, 15 of some of the biggest names in the music industry stood on stage together , and three of them (Daft Punk and Deadmau5), didn’t even have […]
If Five Nights at Freddy’s were real, then it would have to advertise. I’d like to imagine its commercials would be a bit like this. Heh. (Via Iron Horse Cinema Productions.)
Series premieres in Japan on April 4
PC gaming coverage has always been popular on Kotaku, but around the start of the year, we decided to do something new: cover the PC’s top gaming service, Steam, as if it was a platform, the same way we’d cover an Xbox, a PlayStation or a Nintendo whatever. The result: steamed.kotaku.com.
It’s been six years since Minsk last released an album. The pioneering post-metal band had three albums under their belt before disbanding in 2011. Thankfully, it didn’t take, and they found themselves back together in 2013. The band are equal parts psychedelia, sludge, melody and crushing heaviness. Original member Sanford Parker isn’t in the band any […]