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PlayStation Now coming to select Sony televisions this month

Sony has revealed that their streaming service PlayStation Now will be coming to selected televisions on 30 June. In a post on their official site, the company explained that a Private Pilot Service will begin in the United States, giving users the ability to stream PlayStation 3 games directly to their television without the need of a console. The line-up ...

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The Swapper PlayStation Ports Delayed

Curve Digital announced today that the PlayStation versions of The Swapper have been delayed to August 5 in North America and August 6 in Europe. The game was originally set to be released for the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita on June 24, but it has been pushed back to allow more time to polish up the Vita and PS3 versions ...

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Only on PlayStation sale will begin tomorrow, new releases

Sony Entertainment announced today that the Only on PlayStation sale starts tomorrow and will last until June 23rd. The company is aware that this week can’t possibly be more exciting than the last one when E3 took place, but they are going to try and make it anyway. The way Sony plans on doing this is by offering substantial discounts for ...

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PS Plus

PlayStation Plus will bring two games to each platform

Up until now, PlayStation Plus offered about five or six games each month for all the three Sony platforms. Each territory got different offers, but the games were usually split into one for PS4, two or three for PS3 (two for EU, three for US), and two for PS Vita. Sony just announced that it’s gonna change this, offering two ...

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LEGO Batman 3 goes Beyond Gotham with Debut Trailer

TT Games have announced a new LEGO game based on the Batman license: LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. The game will again feature a full cast of DC Comics characters in both hero and villain form, and will try to expand on one of the most successful LEGO game series out there. After the success of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, it’s ...

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GTA: City Stories on the cards?

It seems that Rockstar Games is planning a new game in the Grand Theft Auto series called City Stories. This would not be a big surprise, because that’s the biggest franchise they have, but what this game will be is still a mystery, if it ever comes out. The information comes from a trademark registration by the owner of Rockstar ...

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Minecraft for current-gen will launch in August

Mojang finally made the launch window for Minecraft on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 public. The game will hit stores in August of this year and it will come in two different price ranges, meaning you get a discount if you bought the game on the older consoles (Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3). If you want to buy the game on ...

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Mortal Kombat 9 will be playable online despite GameSpy’s shutdown

Many games will be left without online support following GameSpy’s shutdown on May 31, but luckily Mortal Kombat 9 will not be among those affected. NetherRealm Studios announced earlier that online servers for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC versions of the game will still be up and running even after GameSpy is closed. The announcement that made on the ...

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Minecraft for current-gen still limited

Minecraft has been around for a few years on the PC, and has recently jumped to mobiles and consoles like the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Although the gameplay is almost identical on all platforms, the only version of the game which features infinite worlds is still the PC. Fans of the game on consoles hoped that the Xbox One ...

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PlayStation Vita Slim – Top 5 improvements

The PlayStation Vita Slim has been out for some time in Japan and Europe, but it’s launch in the US gives me a great opportunity to list the top five improvements over the old model. Even though at a glance there isn’t much of a difference between the two, some of the items on the list may surprise you. 5. ...

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