Beginning July 13, Sony has informed PlayStation 4 game developers that any new titles submitted for certification must be compatible with PlayStation 5. This means that all PS4 titles accepted for testing after the middle of that month are technically forwards compatible, meaning they can be played on Sony’s next-generation machine; however, it is up […]

Hello once more! It hasn’t been easy during the last 12 months. And I believe we’re all hoping that, because of the strenuous efforts of the medical community and individuals all across the world, we’ll start to see some light at the end of this long COVID-19 tunnel. PlayStation wanted to honor the community by

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Hello, everyone! Wow, it’s been ten years since PlayStation Plus was initially presented to the world on June 29, 2010, and we’d like to thank every one of you for your continued support. Over the years, it’s been a fascinating adventure, bringing gamers together and giving members intriguing content and unique offers. We wouldn’t be

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When Steam revealed in 2016 that it would start accepting Bitcoin, the gaming community realised something big was about to happen. Steam’s hegemony and reputation as a tastemaker not only compelled other gaming platforms to follow suit, but it also ushered in an era that a certain segment of the gaming community had long desired:

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At a time when the online gaming industry is facing increased regulatory pressure, with Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh recently banning all forms of online gambling and betting, including online games played for stakes, and other states such as Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Karnataka considering similar moves, the Meghalaya government last month notified a

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