From the goofy Caped Crusader in the classic television show to the troubled Dark Knight, Batman has gone through many changes since debuting in his first DC comic 75 years ago. But what is your favorite Batman incarnation of all time? Visit our Facebook page to have your say and you’ll be entered for a chance to win a PlayStation VITA and games from our Superhero Sale, including Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate and LEGO® Batman™ 2: DC Super Heroes.
Here is how to enter:
- Visit us on Facebook
- Comment on the question, “Which is your favorite Batman of all time?” You’ll need to answer by August 5, 2014, 11:59PM PDT. US residents only, ages 18 and over only.
- Winners shall be notified by Facebook direct message within a week following the close of the Sweepstakes entry period, and must respond within 24 hours of notice.
We will select one random winner from the entries and contact that person via Facebook direct message by Wednesday, August 6th.
Don’t miss the UFC 174 action this Saturday, June 16. Use the Sony Entertainment Network Live Events Viewer app on your PS3 to watch the most dominant flyweight fighter in history, Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson, defend his UFC 125-pound title for the fourth time against Russia’s Ali Bagautinov. And that’s not all! Canada’s own Rory MacDonald will face off with Tyron Woodley in a fight of the top welterweight contenders.
Catch all the action of UFC 174 through the Sony Entertainment Network Live Events Viewer app on your PS3. Here’s how to download the Live Events Viewer app for free to get started:
1. If you are in the United States or Canada, log on to the PlayStation Store on your PlayStation 3.
2. Scroll down to TV Shows, then select UFC 174. Click the “Watch Live” button in the UFC 174 room.
3. Download the Live Events Viewer and, once complete, find it on the XMB under TV/Video Services.
4. Log on with your PSN or Sony Entertainment Network username and password.
Purchase the event and then enjoy watching UFC 174 this Saturday, June 16 (10PM ET/7PM PT) on the Live Events Viewer app.
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World Cup fever has his Music Unlimited with the release of One Love, One Rhythm – The 2014 FIFA World Cup Official Album. The new compilation features songs written and selected for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, including contributions from artists such as Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, Santana, Wyclef Jean, Avicii, Aloe Blacc, Sergio Mendes, Shakira and so many others.
Listen now on Music Unlimited.
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Eddie Alvarez may be out but Bellator 120 is still on for Saturday, May 17 with Quinton “Rampage” Jackson facing King Mo in one of the biggest grudge matches in MMA. Former lightweight champion Michael Chandler will also battle Will Brooks for the interim lightweight world title, while Bellator middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko takes on Tito “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Ortiz. Watch all the action on the PlayStation 3 Live Events Viewer.
As a bonus, the Live Events Viewer will feature two free additional events ahead of Bellator 120. Tune in to watch the live weigh-in on Friday, May 16 at 3PM PT/6PM ET. You can also catch the prelims and pre-show on Saturday, May 17 at 4:30PM PT/7:30 PM ET.
Viewing information is below.
Here’s how to download the Live Events Viewer app for free to get started:
- If you are in the United States, log on to the PlayStation Store on your PlayStation 3.
- Scroll down to TV Shows, then to Bellator 120. Select “Watch Live”.
- Download the Live Events Viewer and, once complete, find it on the XMB under TV/Video Services.
- Log on with your PSN or Sony Entertainment Network username and password.
- Purchase the event and then enjoy watching Bellator 120 this Saturday (10PM ET/7PM PT) on the Live Events Viewer app.
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The Canadian indie rock band Tokyo Police Club (we know, it’s confusing) performed three songs at an intimate Music Unlimited LIVE Lounge session at San Francisco’s LIVE 105 radio station last week, playing songs from its latest album, Forcefield.
The quartet initially wrote some 50 songs for its third official album, which was four years in the making. They eventually narrowed the track list down to nine, including the epic leadoff tune “Argentina (Parts I, II, III)” as well as the jaunty “Hot Tonight” — both of which they played at Live 105. The group also pulled out the classic “Tessellate,” from its breakthrough 2008, release, Elephant Shell.
Listen to Forcefield now on Music Unlimited. You can also play Tokyo Police Club Forcefield 8-bit video game on the band’s official website, click here.
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Yesterday, pop sensation and lover of lowercase letters Christina Perri released her album, head or heart , three years after her debut, lovestrong, which featured the songs “jar of hearts” and “arms.” She’s hardly kept quiet between though, contributing the massive hit, “A Thousand Years,” to the The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Soundtrack and releasing a holiday EP in 2012. With the new album, she’ll embark on a North American headlining tour that kicks off on Friday in Denver, ending on 5/26 in Vancouver. Check the full list of dates here.
As for the artist picks playlist she sent us, Perri says, “This is just what I’m loving right now . . . no specific style except really well-written songs.” Check out the tracklist below and listen to it now on Music Unlimited.
Christina Perri Artist Picks
- paramore – “still into you”
- pharrell williams – “happy”
- passenger – “let her go”
- a great big world – “say something”
- john legend – “all of me”
- beyoncé - “drunk in love”
- one direction – “story of my life”
- bruno mars – “when i was your man”
- daft punk – “get lucky”
- avicii - “wake me up”
- kodaline – “all of me”
- miley cyrus – “wrecking ball”
- zedd - “stay the night”
- robin thicke – “blurred lines”
- pink - “just give me a reason”
- lady gaga – “applause”
- ed sheeran- “give me love”
- rihanna – “stay”
- jay z – “holy grail”
- jason mraz – “i wont give up”
Last Tuesday, (on 311 day) alternative rock stalwarts 311 released their 11th studio album (another happy coincidence) Stereolithic, their first in three years and the first on their brand new label, 311 Records. This is the first time the band has been independent in over two decades, giving them the freedom to reward devoted fans they’ve picked up along the way with cool exclusives including an autographed guitar and custom drum sticks via PledgeMusic. They’ve always been hyper-devoted to their followers, including an annual 311 cruise, so it makes sense that they would feel empowered enough with such a rich history to branch out on their own.
The band gave us a list of some of their favorite rock songs, including the first single from the new album, “Five of Everything.” Listen to the whole thing here.
311 Artist Playlist
- 311 – “Five of Everything”
- The Clash – “White Man in Hammersmith Palais”
- Bad Brains – “I Against I”
- Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Knock Me Down”
- Beastie Boys – “What’cha Want”
- Fishbone – “Sunless Saturday”
- Jane’s Addiction – “Mountain Song”
- Pennywise – “Time to Burn”
- Queens of the Stone Age – “The Lost Art of Keeping A Secret”
- Deftones – “Change (In the House of Flies)”
- Incubus – “Privilege”
- Rage Against the Machine – “Bulls on Parade”
- Tool – “Forty Six And 2”
- Foo Fighters – “Everlong”
- System of a Down – “Toxicity”
- Fugazi – “Waiting Room”
- NOFX – “Linoleum”
- Nirvana – “In Bloom”
- Pearl Jam – “Corduroy”
- Smashing Pumpkins – “Cherub Rock”
- Soundgarden – “Blow up the Outside World”
While the game itself lacked any real sense of tension as the Seattle Seahawks completely blew out Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, there were still lots of trailers for movie fans to enjoy during the broadcast. Various studios rolled out extended trailers, first looks and more for some of this year’s biggest, most anticipated releases. We’ve rounded up some of the biggest and best in this special edition of our Trailer Roundup.
Amazing Spider-Man 2: Peter Parker’s secrets from his past are brought to light while villains come out of the woodwork to take him on.
Sunday night, The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards were held in Los Angeles, an evening that saw some huge winners and unexpected surprises (including critical darling Kendrick Lamar’s shut out.) French electronic duo Daft Punk walked away as the reigning kings of the evening, with Random Access Memories being named Album of the Year and the hit single “Get Lucky,” winning for Record of the Year. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis also did very well, garnering a total of four Grammys, including Best New Artist and three rap awards generated by their breakthrough album, The Heist, and another hit single, “Thrift Shop.”
But as much as the Grammys are about honoring the past year’s greatest in music, it’s also just as much about the show. Last evening’s awards heated up fast with a steamy opening performance by Beyonce and husband Jay Z, and momentum was carried by Taylor Swift, Pink, Paul McCartney, Imagine Dragons + Kendrick Lamar, Sara Bareilles + Carole King and many more.
Oh, and we can’t forget to mention the MVP that was Pharrell Williams’ hat, which by the end of the night had its own Twitter handle.
Check out the winners in the biggest categories and re-live the night through The 56th GRAMMY® Awards Premium Channel featuring these winners and more on the Music Unlimited service.
Jasmine Vaan den Bogaerde, better known by her stage name Birdy, is a young rising star recently nominated for Best British Female Solo Artist alongside artists such as Ellie Goulding and Jessie J.
Birdy’s 2011 folk-infused cover of Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love” launched her music career into the international scene after it was featured on Vampire Diaries and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The hit single is included on her self-titled debut album alongside other covers such as “The District Sleeps Alone Tonight,” originally performed by the Postal Service.
No stranger to the world of movies, Birdy wrote and performed “Just A Game” for The Hunger Games soundtrack in March 2013, and contributed to “Learn Me Right” by Mumford & Sons, which was featured on the soundtrack for Pixar’s Brave in June 2012.
While performing songs from other artists has attracted a storm of media attention, Birdy has been composing music since the age of seven. At the age of twelve she won Open Mic UK 2008, a talent competition with over 10,000 participants, by performing a self-written song “So Be Free.” Watch out! Her next album Fire Within will contain a mix of original tracks and covers and is planned for a 2014 launch in the United States.
Listen to Birdy on Music Unlimited to see why she has been topping charts worldwide here.