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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Sony’

Of Course Killzone: Shadow Fall Will Have A DLC Season Pass

The next generation of consoles will bring with it a lot of changes – better graphics, social integration and live streaming to name a few. One thing that won’t change, however, is the game industry’s relentless pursuit to make you pay for DLC before it even comes out. Sony announced today that it would be continuing the tradition started by …

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PS Vita TV Might Make It To The U.S. After All

Earlier this month, Sony announced a slimmer, lighter PlayStation Vita. At the same time, the company announced a set top box called the PlayStation Vita TV that allows users to play Vita, PSP and PS One games on their TV. At the time of its announcement, Sony had no plans to bring it to the U.S., but those plans may …

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PS4 Game Upgrades Detailed by Sony

For some time now, gamers have known that $10 upgrades are coming for cross-generation console games. Players will be able to buy games on current-gen consoles and switch to next-gen versions later on. Publishers don’t want gamers to have to wait until console launch day to make their Call of Duty: Ghosts or Watch Dogs purchases. Though individual games (such …

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TGS 2013: PlayStation App Launching On iOS, Android This November

With SmartGlass, Microsoft has turned any mobile device into a second screen for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Sony has done the same in a limited fashion with the PS Vita, but will be expanding it to more mobile devices with the launch of the PS4. During its Tokyo Game Show 2013 keynote, Sony announced that it will be …

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PS4 To Include HDMI-Enabled Video Capture

While this isn’t locked into a concrete-like state, it certainly appears as if the PlayStation 4 will support HDMI-enabled video capture, which means we will soon be getting an absolute avalanche of YouTube uploads from PS4 owners all over the globe. Make sure you click “Like” and “Subscribe” when the deluge hits. Regarding the capability, news of PS4 video capture …

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TGS 2013: Gravity Rush Is Getting A Sequel Or Something

Gravity Rush was one of the earliest reasons to own a Vita. The startlingly original game from Sony’s Japan Studio made the best possible use of the Vita with its unique controls, expansive open world and PS3-like visuals. Now it looks like Sony Japan may be making a sequel. At Tokyo Game Show 2013, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan released a …

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Beyond: Two Souls’ TV Spot Will Make You Forget It’s A Game

Beyond: Two Souls is what director David Cage likes to call “interactive drama.” It’s like a movie where the audience gets to choose what the protagonist does next. It’s also why it gets a TV spot that feels like it’s advertising a movie instead of a game. Sony today shared the extended TV spot it will begin to air in …

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Lemmings Touch Heads To The PS Vita

The self-destructive tendencies of Lemmings have fascinated puzzle game fans since 1991. Now the classic franchise is making a return on Sony’s newest handheld. Sony announced today that Lemmings Touch – the latest title in the franchise – is heading to the PlayStation Vita. It’s being developed by d3t, a studio made up of game industry veterans that have already …

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Killzone: Mercenary Gets A Launch Trailer

Killzone: Mercenary is the first of two big Vita titles hitting Sony’s handheld in the latter half of 2013. It promised to bring the console Killzone experience to a handheld, and it seems to have succeeded. Now Sony is ready to ship the game to Vita gamers who want a mobile first-person shooter that’s not terrible. In a launch trailer …

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Sony’s PlayStation Vision Previewed in New Video

Early this morning, Sony held its big Tokyo Game Show presentation in Japan. In addition to some new game previews and a Japanese release date for the PlayStation 4, the company also chose the venue to tout its new, slimmer Vita and a set-top box it’s calling the Vita TV. The Vita TV in particular is a bit confusing. It …

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Here’s The First Gameplay From PS4 Exclusive Deep Down

At Sony’s February PS4 event, Capcom announced an interesting new title called Deep Down. For the past year, we only saw a few trailers that didn’t really tell us a lot. Now Capcom has shown off some actual gameplay for the title. This morning, Capcom shared four minutes of live gameplay from Deep Down at Sony’s press conference in Japan. …

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Sony’s PlayStation Vita TV Isn’t Compatible With All Vita Games

This morning, Sony announced the PlayStation Vita TV at a Japanese press conference. The $100 micro-console plays Vita, PSP and PSone titles on your TV using a DualShock 3 controller. There’s just one little problem – the DualShock 3 doesn’t have the touch screen that a few Vita titles require. In response to that little issue, Sony has published a …

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