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    Playstation Network (PSN)

    Fica aqui o tópico para os serviços online da Playstation.

    Começo com a noticia dos jogos para o mês de Abril, do Playstation Plus

    PlayStation Plus April 2015 Free Games Preview


    April has come and with it, Sony is bringing us their standard bevy of games for PlayStation Plus members. Sony, as usual, is offering six games in total, with two specifically aimed at each platform but with cross buy available on some titles.PlayStation 4

    Tower of Guns



    The first game for the PlayStation 4 is Tower of Guns from developer Terrible Posture Games. This is a single-player first-person shooter which is set in… wait for it… a tower full of guns! This shooter was released in March 2014 on the PC and has been ported to the consoles. It has randomized levels for a new take every time you play. The game was released to above average reviews, with it scoring a 77 Metascore and 7.3 User Score on metacritic. Tower of Guns normally retails for 14.99 on the PC and should be around that price on the PlayStation Store as well, and will be cross buy with the PS3.
    “A game that needs little introduction. Why? Because it’s a tower filled with guns! Over-the-top in all the right ways, try to survive this tower with random enemies, bosses, power-ups, and a boatload of bullets.”
    Never Alone


    Developed by Upper One Games, Never Alone is a puzzle-platformer set in an Inuit theme, where the main characters are an Iñupiat girl named Nuna and an Arctic Fox. Players swap control between the two characters to solve the levels and advance. It was recently released on the PS4, with a launch date of November 2014. Despite the artistic graphical style, Never Alone was met with mixed reviews. It scored a 73 Metascore and 7.0 User Score on metacritic. Never Alone normally sells for $14.99 on The PS Store.
    “This beautiful puzzle adventure tasks you with guiding Nuna, a native Alaskan girl, through breath-taking environments to save her village. Also, you get to travel with a fox! Can’t get much better than a pet fox.”
    PlayStation 3

    Dishonored


    Originally released in October 2012, Dishonored is a stealth action game from Arkane Studios. Players control Corvo Attano, who is framed for a murder, and takes revenge against his conspirators. It has a strong emphasis on stealth. Being published by Bethesda Softworks has brought this game a lot of attention, and it was met with strong reviews. Dishonored has an 89 Metascore and 7.8 User Score on metacritic, and normally sells for $19.99.
    “Players take control of Corvo Attano, a bodyguard framed for murder and imbued with powerful abilities to seek revenge. This game is all about player choice, and feeling awesome while executing extreme stealth maneuvers.”
    Aaru’s Awakening


    Aaru’s Awakening is a hand drawn 2D action platformer game from the Icelandic developer Lumenox Games. This game is set in the dreamy world of Lumenox, and the goal of the creator was to set up a euphoric and dreamy experience with the artistic style. It was first released only a month ago in February 2015 on the PC, and is now making its way to the PlayStation. Unfortunately the nice visuals have not translated into a well-received game, with this Indie game getting only a 60 Metascore and 3.4 User Score on metacritic. As it is new to the store, pricing is not set yet but expect it to be around $14.99 as it is on Steam. It will also be available on the PS4.
    “What started as a school project for a team of students in Iceland is now a gorgeous platformer about navigating treacherous terrain with well-timed teleports.”
    PlayStation Vita

    Killzone: Mercenary


    The first game for the Vita is Killzone: Mercenary, from developer Guerrilla Cambridge and released in September 2013. This is the second handheld game set in the Killzone series, and the first-person shooter has the player following Mercenary Arran Danner through a backdrop of an interstellar war. It has received good reviews, scoring a 78 Metascore and 8.9 User Score on metacritic, and normally sells for $35.99.
    “View the iconic war against the Helghast from a mercenary’s point of view, and jump into a robust multiplayer mode to show how good (Or bad?) you actually are.”
    MonsterBag


    In a big departure in genre from the previous game, the second game for the Vita is MonsterBag from Iguana Bee. This is another new game to the store, and will be available on April 7th. This game is about a little blue monster called V, and is set as a puzzle platformer. V has some telekinetic skills, and is on a journey to get back to his friend Nia. Being an unreleased game, there is not much info on how the game plays or what it will sell for, but if you are a PS Plus subscriber, at least you know you won’t already have this interesting looking game.
    “An adorable puzzle game about a bag-shaped monster named V trying to reach his friend Nia without scaring the pants off of people. May or may not include a battle of wits, skill, and the inevitable apocalypse.”
    There we have it. Six more games from Sony to keep subscribers busy for the month of April. If you are too enamored with the spring weather, pick these up and save them for the depths of winter.

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    New PSN Sale for Tom Clancy’s Franchise


    A new PSN sale just went up for US gamers. It will allow you to grab games in the Tom Clancy’s franchise at a favorable discount, though as with most sales the latest (and most coveted) game, The Division, isn’t included.
    Again, as usual with most sales the biggest discounts have been applied to the older titles.
    75% discount:

    • Tom Clancy’s Endwar – $4.99 on PlayStation 3, $2.49 on PSP & PS Vita
    • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2 – $4.99
    • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier – $4.99
    • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Predator – $4.99
    • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas – $4.99
    • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2 – $4.99
    • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell HD – $3.74
    • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow HD – $3.74
    • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory HD – $3.74
    • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Essentials – $2.49
    • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six – $1.49

    50% discount:

    • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist (Standard & Ultimate Edition, $9.99/$12.49)

    45% discount:

    • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege: Gold Edition – $49.49

    35% discount:

    • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege – $38.99






    Noticia:
    http://wccftech.com/psn-sale-tom-cla...#ixzz451mPdMao
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

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    PlayStation Plus Satisfaction Rate Nosedives


    Sony originally launched their PlayStation Plus service way back in 2006 to offer an enticing package of monthly games with a monetary value which far outweighed the monthly fee. This rightfully received a warm reception and helped Sony to forge a harmonious relationship with the PlayStation community. It’s also important to remember that during the PlayStation 3 days, online play remained free, and PlayStation Plus wasn’t a requirement. Sadly, this was changed once the PlayStation 4 launched and players have to pay the subscription fee to play online.
    This isn’t a shocking revelation because Microsoft employed a similar tactic with the Xbox Live subscription service. Not only that, Microsoft even required this to use the Internet Explorer web browser! Thankfully, they have seen sense and granted free access to programs and media applications using a free account. It’s evidently clear that the monthly line-up of PlayStation Plus games has deteriorated in recent years and caused many users to show their displeasure. Even though indie games provide stunning experiences, consumers want to see more mainstream titles to enhance the service’s value proposition. It’s not that simple though because the PlayStation 4’s game library is pretty small compared to the PlayStation 3. Saying that, there’s more than enough third-party games and Sony IPs to keep consumers entertained.
    According to a PlayStation Reddit poll, user satisfaction of the service has dropped to a miserable 21.3%. Furthermore, 65.2% felt dissatisfied by the service in one form or another. In comparison, an internal Sony poll in 2012 concluded that over 95% were satisfied. As you can see, this is a drop of more than 70% in just three and a half years. Of course you have to remember that the sample size is fairly small with 3923 responses and might not reflect widespread opinion. However, it’s large enough to provide an indication of user frustration and I wouldn’t be surprised if the results were similar using a larger sample.

    Are you happy with the current PlayStation Plus service?
    Noticia:
    http://www.eteknix.com/playstation-p...ate-nosedives/
    http://www.portugal-tech.pt/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=566&dateline=1384876765

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    PlayStation Now is coming soon to Spain, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden

    We’re pleased to announce that PS Now, PlayStation’s streaming and download service that gives users access to over 600 games at the touch of a button, is available in seven extra countries from today.
    PS4 players in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway will be able to instantly stream or download hundreds of amazing games on their console.

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    Em Portugal será bem recebido certamente. Então se tiver a opção "falado em Português" como a Sony já nos habituou, é aposta de sucesso ganha.
    Ideias sem Nexo e Provas do Tráfico de Hardware
    "que personifica o destino, equilíbrio e vingança divina." Dejá vú. Que cena!

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    O serviço PlayStation Now chegou finalmente a Portugal e a outros países da Europa como Espanha, Finlândia, Itália, Suécia, Dinamarca e Noruega.


    A partir deste momento, já podes subscrever ao serviço e ter acesso a uma biblioteca composta por mais de 600 jogos. O serviço está disponível através da PlayStation 4 e de uma aplicação para PC.


    O catálogo inclui títulos como Bloodborne, Mortal Kombat X, The Last of Us, God of War 3, Metal Gear Solid 4, WWE 2K18, Ultra Street Fighter 4, Metro Last Light, Mafia 3, Killzone: Shadow Fall, entre outros.


    O PS Now tem um período de experimentação gratuito de de 7 dias. Após isso, o preço de subscrição de 1 mês é de 14,99€ ou 99,99€ por 12 meses.


    Na PlayStation 4 existe a opção de descarregar os jogos para o disco. O serviço também é compatível com o PC, mas nesta plataforma não consegues descarregar os títulos e vais precisar de uma ligação à Internet sempre que queiras jogar.

    Fonte: EuroGamer
    É desta que vou jogar o 1º Red Dead
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    E dois...mal mande abaixo o Shadow of War, vou para o RED I!
    AMD SAPPHIRE ASROCK POWER EVERYWHERE. DEATH TO INTEL.

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    É porreiro para experimentar e matar as saudades de um ou outro jogo, mas fica-se por aí.

    PS PLUS + PS NOW, começa a ser exagero o que se paga. Para mim não vale o dinheiro.

    Que façam tipo um Game Pass como tem a Xbox e aí conversamos!
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