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Review: Playstation 4

Here we are already a week after Sony has released it’s fourth entry into the home console world.  Coming into the launch the console seemed to be poised to make a big splash, and had quite a bit of momentum behind it.  It was clear that Sony had taken note of the misfires that may have led it’s PS3 to...

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Sony & Amazon Team Up To Bring Digital PSN Store to Amazon

Some truly wonderful news today if you’re a PlayStation gamer who wants to go digital; Sony and Amazon have partnered up to bring the PlayStation Network Digital Store to Amazon.com. As of today, you can purchase digital codes for PS3 and PS Vita games and DLC. PS4 games will become available when the system launches. This means you won’t need...

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Why I’m Postponing Purchasing A Next Gen Console

The next generation of video game consoles is just a couple of weeks away now, and many are just terribly excited about it. And why wouldn’t you be, if you’re a console gamer anyway? New hardware that is capable of better graphics and more things on screen, new features, and all sorts of things that supposedly will make gaming better....

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Shocker: PS4 Will Have Day One Firmware Update

  Sony today announced a complete shocker… when PS4 launches on November 15th, it’ll have a day one firmware patch for you to download that will upgrade your brand new PS4 to version 1.50. Microsoft’s Xbox One will of course also have its big day one update, and who can forget Wii U’s day one update last November? The PS4...

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Sony’s New Ad Shows Why PlayStation is The Best Place #4TheGamers

Today, Sony released the above new advertisement for PS4, proclaiming it the “best place #4TheGamers.” As the video notes, there are 24 PS4 exclusive titles announced to date, all Sony studios are currently at work on PS4 games, and most impressively that there are currently more than 180 games in development for the system (which the ad notes is “more...

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PlayStation Plus Adds 5 Games to Instant Game Collection in September

Sony has announced the games hitting PlayStation Plus in September, and it is a pretty good line up giving love to both PS3 and PS Vita (and PSP as well). September will be kicked off with the PS3 game Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection. This is a collection of two on-rails shooters developed for Nintendo Wii- Resident Evil: The Umbrella...

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Buy A PS4, Get Two Weeks of PS+ Free

Thinking about getting a PS4 when it launches on November 15th and don’t already have a PS+ subscription? Good news then, when you buy a PS4 you will get a free 14-day trial subscription to PlayStation Plus. That means you’ll get to try the two PS4 instant game collection members of Driveclub PS Plus Edition and Resogun. If you already...

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Sony Announces PS3 to PS4 Game Upgrade Program

During their Gamescom conference a few minutes ago, Sony announced a program that will reward PS3 users who purchase cross-gen games on PS3 who then make the transition to PS4. If you purchase the PS3 version of Watch_Dogs, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Call of Duty: Ghosts, or Battlefield 4 you will be able to purchase the digital version of...

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Sony Announces PS Vita Price Drop, Now $199

Looking to finally get a PlayStation Vita? Well good news, Sony just announced a price drop at Gamescom. The MSRP for PS Vita is now $199. In addition, Sony says they will be dropping the price of the memory cards for Vita “significantly,” although they did not give the new price for the cards. Borderlands 2 was also announced for...

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Watch Sony’s Gamescom Conference LIVE at 12pm CST

[ustream id=13434793 live=1 hwaccel=1 version=3 width=480 height=304] Sony will be giving their Gamescom conference in Germany in one hour beginning at 12pm CST. Of course Sony will be talking about PS3 and PS Vita, but expect their focus to be on PlayStation 4. There will be new games announced for the system, and yes the release date of the PlayStation...

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PlayStation 4 Hits Stores This Holiday, Cost $399

The Sony E3 conference tonight might as well have been a love letter to PlayStation fans and gamers who don’t like unnecessary restrictions placed on them, as Sony continued to show that they have learned from their mistakes. It was basically music to our ears after weeks of Microsoft laying it on thick with the BS and angering a ton...