Bring some high-octane thrills to your gaming by picking up some racing games in the September Flash Sale on PlayStation Store.

september flash sale

Over 25 games are on sale for up to 75% off now through 12:00PM Pacific on Monday 9/22. Get more details, including a full list of the discounted games, here.

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Destiny: Friday Night Gamers

This week it’s all about the brand new game, Destiny. Along with our new playlist of epic music, play as the Guardian to defend our home, explore lost worlds and give us hope.

The Chainsmokers: Artist to Watch

This NY-based duo of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall are a remixing powerhouse; adding their touches of infectious, glittering gold to songs by Chromeo, Ellie Goulding and Jose Gonzalez. Their last two singles , Selfie” and “Kanye”, rode right up to the top of the dance charts.

Post-Punk Revival

Post-punk, the moody scion to the safety pin and leather class of ’77, came back in a huge way at the beginning of the 21st century. Bands like The Strokes, Interpol and Franz Ferdinand pointed the way forward, clutching LPs by Joy Division and Television. Enjoy this mix of that fertile period alongside newer tracks that fit the mold from The National and Future Islands.

Dance/Electronic New Releases, Mid-Sept. 2014

The ever-present Zedd turns Magic’s already profoundly optimistic “Rude” into a euphoric party starter that could probably keep the smiles in place out in Black Rock City. Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix and Afrojack are a few of the other big names in this week’s mix but don’t mix the propulsive, acidic pulses of Bobby Puma’s “Rockin’ With the Beat” or Coyu’s “Profound Pleasure” (maybe the first use of the word “schadenfruede” in a club track.)

Hip-Hop New Releases, Mid-Sept. 2014

Drake and Lil Wayne are out on a world-dominating tour together and also share the spotlight on the new single “Grindin”. Eminem couples up with Sia on the new single “Guts Over Fear.” Outside the global stars, there’s some fantastic tracks from Vince Staples and Hoodie Allen.

Primal Scream: Remembering Robert “Throb” Young

Robert “Throb” Young was the lead guitarist in Primal Scream, joining the band at their inception in the mid to late ’80s and up until 2006. His love of pure rock ‘n’ roll made sure that the band’s excursions into dance, dub and electronics always had a guitar somewhere at the core. Some of the band’s best moments are highlighted in this tribute.

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Walk Among the Tombstones, the latest action drama from Liam Neeson, hits theaters today. As is the case with many of Neeson’s past movies, he plays a man who’s willing to go to any lengths to save someone he loves. That got us thinking about some of our favorite movies which feature unlikely action heroes, who are willing to infiltrate the underworld, run over broken glass or face the dangers of the Fire Swamp.

  1. Taken
  2. Die Hard
  3. The Princess Bride
  4. Shrek
  5. The Expendables
  6. Along Came A Spider
  7. Double Jeopardy
  8. Man on Fire
  9. Panic Room
  10. Firewall

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Watching the latest Hollywood hits or recent episodes of your favorite TV show just got easier with the introduction of the new Sony Entertainment Network web video player.


The new web player brings Video Unlimited’s vast catalog of TV shows and movies right to your computer without needing to download additional software. Find out more at PlayStation Blog.

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A cool, often cold, sound created in the 1970s (thanks Kraftwerk, Bowie, Devo, Moroder, Vangelis, Jarre, and Roxy), synth pop ended up defining the ‘80s with a mix of percolating bloops, sublimated emotions and robotic dance moves. A few US groups got into the act but it was a UK-dominated field and ended up working its way into various genres, from new wave, neuro and post-punk to electro-funk, rap and today’s electro-pop. In our MU Synth Pop playlist, we collect the genre’s defining songs by artists like New Order, Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, Pet Shop Boys and more.

Listen to the MU Synth Pop Playlist.



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Here’s this week’s PlayStation Store update.


Guide the girl through paths full of danger and teach her the difference between right and wrong in Murasaki Baby.


Kick, punch and fight all the way to the top as one of the 100 playable characters spanning the entire Naruto and Naruto Shippuden anime arcs in Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution.


Continuing the martial arts theme, KickBeat Special Edition provides an innovative blend of rhythm, Kung Fu and high-energy music.

See the full PlayStation Store update here.

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay: Katniss is in full revolutionary mode in this new trailer, which sees her dealing with not just the military but the political side of being a rebel.

May the odds be ever in your favor with the first two movies: The Hunger Games, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Maps To The Stars: Julianne Moore plays an actress who hires an assistant who may be a little too obsessed with the star.

Hollywood has a nasty underside in these movies: The Player, Get Shorty

John Wick: Keanu Reeves is pulled back into a life of violence after a group of thieves steals his car and, even worse, kills his dog.

They didn’t want to get violent. The really didn’t: Taken, A History of Violence

Serena: Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence reunite in this story of a couple who fall in love and are ready to share their lives together until a murder and series of secrets threaten to tear them apart.

Sometimes the secrets and lies are just too much: Like Crazy, Water for Elephants

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Here are some of the exciting new releases available on Video Unlimited today:


Godzilla: An all-star cast brings the drama to this sci-fi action epic that returns Godzilla to his place as one of the world’s most recognized movie monsters. Plus, go behind-the-scenes with lots of great bonus material.


The Dead 2: An infections epidemic spreads through India as an American searches for his girlfriend in this sequel to the 2011 original.


New Girl | Season 4: Jess, Nick, Winston, CeCe, Schmidt and Coach are back in the fourth season of the hilarious relationship comedy. Don’t miss the season premiere, available tomorrow on PlayStation Store.


Hell on Wheels | Season 4: Conflicts, drama and more await as the action moves west in the show’s fourth season, which follows the expansion of the railroad as parties vie for control of Cheyenne, Wyoming.

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Make your headphones happy with these new releases hitting Music Unlimited this week. Listen now.


Tim McGraw, Sundown Heaven Town (Deluxe Edition)
Train, Bulletproof Picasso
The Madden Brothers, Greetings From California
Allah-Las, Worship The Sun
Chris Brown, X
Capital Cities, One Minute More (Remix)
Seekae, The Worry
Shintaro Sakamoto, Let’s Dance Raw
Vance Joy, Dream Your Life Away
Yusuf / Cat Stevens, Dying to Live
Barbra Streisand, Partners
The Juan Maclean, In A Dream
Billy Childs, Map to the Treasure: Reimagining Laura Nyro
Paolo Nutini, Caustic Love
Magnolia Memoir, Pale Fire
Wayne Kramer, LLMF
Le Butcherettes, Cry Is for the Flies
She Keeps Bees, Eight Houses


“Stand For  [Explicit] ,” Ty Dolla $ign
“Surrender,” Cash Cash
“Body Language,” Kid Ink
“In Your Arms,” Nico & Vinz
“Nuthin,” Lecrae
“Title,” Meghan Trainor
“Neu Law,” Theophilus London
“Fuck Me I’m Famous  [Explicit] ,” CeeLo Green
“The Big Revival,” Kenny Chesney
“Happy Mistakes,” Heffron Drive
“Can’t Rely on You,” Paloma Faith
“Switch Lanes,” Rittz feat. Mike Posner
“Make Me So,” Yellowcard
“Out to Sea,” Lera Lynn
“Shut Up and Dance,” Walk The Moon
“Muted,” Ulterior Motive
“Feels Like Vegas,” Tinashé
“Starshine,” Stevie Nicks
“Runaways,” Betty Who
“Kingdom,” Common feat Vince Staples
“Bend Ova,” Lil Jon feat. Tyga
“Go Crazy,” C.I.G.
“Day Drinking,” Little Big Town
“30 Years To Life,” Slash feat Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators
“Giving Up,” Haerts

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Who says a superhero can’t take down a giant monster? This week Captain America: The Winter Soldier defied all odds to beat out Godzilla and become this week’s #VUTop10 leader. Romantic comedy Blended, starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, followed in the number three spot just ahead of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

In the mood for some action and explosions mixed in with some Tom Cruise? Check out this week’s newcomer to Video Unlimited, Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow.

See below for this week’s full ranking.

  1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  2. Godzilla (plus Bonus Features)
  3. Blended
  4. The Amazing Spider-Man 2
  5. Neighbors
  6. Draft Day
  7. Divergent
  8. A Haunted House 2
  9. Need for Speed
  10. Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow

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