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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘PlayStation 4’

‘Final Fantasy XIV’ Coming to PS4 in April

Since relaunching in 2013 as Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Final Fantasy XIV has enjoyed moderate MMO success on PC and PlayStation 3. Now publisher Square Enix is bringing its re-tooled MMO to Sony’s latest console. Square Enix today announced that Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will be coming to PlayStation 4 on April 14. An open beta …

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Xbox One Proves A Huge Success For Microsoft

It’s been a great year for gaming. After sitting on the success of the Xbox 360 since 2005, Microsoft finally launched Xbox One back in November, selling more than 1 million consoles in its first 24 hours. The console, with a starting price of $499, hit shelves in 13 countries worldwide and sold 3.9 million copies. Microsoft also revealed that …

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HBO GO is Finally Coming to PlayStation Consoles

The PlayStation 3 console is the most-used device for streaming Netflix video. It’s clear, then, that PlayStation owners enjoy watching video nearly as much as playing video games. Those PlayStation owners are in for a treat in the coming months as a crucial video streaming service will finally be hitting PlayStation consoles. Sony and HBO this week officially announced that …

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Tetris is Coming to PS4, Xbox One

Since its debut in 1984, Tetris has become one of the most well-known and iconic franchises in gaming history. Tetris games have appeared on almost every major video game platform in the past three decades. Today The Tetris Company confirmed that the classic game will continue to have a place in gaming’s future. The Tetris Company has officially announced that …

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Sony Sold More Than 4.2 Million PlayStation 4s Last Year

Microsoft announced yesterday that it sold more than three million Xbox One consoles before the end of 2013. Now Sony has weighed in with its latest PlayStation 4 sales figures, and it seems that the PlayStation brand is back on top. At Sony’s big Consumer Entertainment Show (CES) event Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Andrew House announced that more than 4.2 …

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CES 2014: Nyko Unveils Line Of PlayStation Accessories

For the longest time, Nyko has been in the after market video game accessory business. It’s biggest contribution was the Xbox 360 intercooler that helped to keep the original hardware a bit cooler than its original fan could. Now the company is at CES with a new line of accessories for that brand new PlayStation 4 you bought back in …

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CES 2014: Dish Hopper App Coming to PlayStation Consoles

As part of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) week in Las Vegas, Dish today announced that its Hopper DVR technology will soon be available on Sony’s PlayStation consoles. Dish will be releasing a Hopper app for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 sometime during spring (or at least sometime during the first half of 2014). The app will be an …

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Daylight Conjures Up New Scares Each Time You Play

Games that offer up procedurally generated content are nothing new. In fact, roguelikes and dungeon crawlers have been doing it for years. The games have received more attention lately thanks to games like Minecraft though. Now Zombie Studios is trying their luck at making a procedurally generated horror game. Daylight, a new game from Zombie Studios and Atlus, attempts to …

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Sony Patents Method To Make Old Games Feel New Again

Remakes are nothing new to the game industry. Ever since Nintendo remade the first three Mario games for Super Mario All-Stars on the SNES, developers around the world have delighted fans with remakes that improve the visuals, gameplay and more. Now it looks like Sony is looking at a novel way to introduce new elements in older games without having …

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Japan’s First PS4 Commercial Is Kind Of Mean

Traditionally, Sony has launched its previous PlayStation consoles in Japan first. You could chalk it up to how Japanese companies tend to the needs of the home market first. That all changed with the PS4 as it launched in the U.S. and Europe in November while Japanese gamers have to wait until February 22. Now Sony is using that three …

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Here Are The Biggest PS4 Games Of 2014

While the PS4 may have launched in November, it still hasn’t really come into its own just yet. It barely has any exclusives worth playing, and many of its best games are available on cheaper, older systems. That may all change in 2014, however, as Sony and its development partners are hard at work to make sure 2014 is a …

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PS4 Will Lead The Console Race In 2016, Says Analyst

Predictions are fun, especially when said predictions involve video games in some capacity. That’s why it’s no surprise that analysts are already making predictions about what the video game market will look like in 2016 – three years after the launch of the Xbox One and PS4. In a note sent to investors today, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter provided …

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