Author: Scott Ferguson

Introducing My PlayStation, a new way to interact with key PSN features from your PC or mobile

Today we’re happy to announce the launch of My PlayStation, a new social destination on the web. Conveniently access and engage with key PlayStation Network features on PC, Mac, mobile phones and tablets. It’s a great way to stay tapped in with your friends and the PlayStation community when you’re away from your PlayStation 4. Here are some things you can do on web with My PlayStation: Find Friends Edit your Profile View you and your Friends’ Trophies Send and manage Friend requests Send Messages And you can access My PlayStation in multiple ways: Click on the My PlayStation...

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Editor’s Letter – Goodbye Mobile Redirects, Thanks to Our Readers

It’s a day for celebration at PSLS. Mobile redirects are gone! Thanks to the combined efforts of our readers who sent in examples through email, Facebook, Twitter, and anywhere else you could get us a screenshot, we were able to show that redirects had become a notable issue. You should now be able to browse PlayStation LifeStyle on your phone without worrying about when a redirect will steal the page. Technology is always changing, so we can’t guarantee that malicious redirects won’t get through again in the future, but we’ve taken preventative steps to make sure that we can...

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Everything you need to know about this weekend’s Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker PS4 open beta

Hi, if you are looking for all the details about the upcoming open beta of Naruto to Boruto Shinobi Striker, you’re in the right place! My name is Tony-San. I’m community manager for Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe and I will be your battle instructor from now on. The open beta start time and how to join The open beta test is available to all players on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro. You won’t need to have access to PS Plus but you will need to have a working PSN account to download the open beta client and an...

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Konami Warns Users that Metal Gear Survive is Not a Dating Service

In Metal Gear Solid, Otacon asks Solid Snake if he believes that “love can bloom even on a battlefield?” Well, that’s apparently not the case in Metal Gear Survive, as the end-user license agreement that players have to agree to boot the game strictly forbids it. It says that players cannot “seek a relationship with another person or [do] an act that Konami determines is made for the main purpose of causing a relationship.” Welp, there goes my plans to replace Tinder with Metal Gear Survive. It also forbids players from doing pre-election campaigning in-game, so I guess my Kanye 2020 movement will...

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Battlefield 1 Update 1.19 Adds Apocalypse DLC, View Patch Notes

Battlefield 1 update 1.19 is now available, and Electronic Arts has released the official patch notes. They detail the new maps, weapons, and gameplay changes made to the popular shooter. Check out the official Battlefield 1 update 1.19 patch notes below: Prepare to enter a living hell as you descend into the bloodiest battles of The Great War. Claw your way out of deadlock struggle, where Allies and Central Powers unceasingly clash with no end in sight. Plunged in dugouts or hidden behind debris, use the scarred battleground in a desperate attempt to survive this nightmarish war. This is how...

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