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SingStar returns on PS4 and PS3


Sony just confirmed that the SingStar series will return on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. The SingStar karaoke game craze debuted on PlayStation 2 and continued well into PlayStation 3’s lifecycle, only to be transformed into a free-to-play service in recent years. It seems that the PlayStation 4 installment in the series will return to the series’ roots of standalone ...

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First screenshots of the PS4 Dragon Ball Z game revealed


It was announced last week that Namco Bandai is working on a brand new Dragon Ball Z game for Xbox 360, PS3 and PS4. The news appeared in the latest issue of V-Jump Magazine which shows well known characters like Goku, Vegeta, Cell, and Frieza. A title for the game was not officially confirmed and the article just mentions that this is the ...

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Worms Battlegrounds releasing at the end of May

Worms Battlegrounds

Team17 announced that the next installment in the popular Worms franchise will launch at the end of the month. Worms Battlegrounds is set to release on both PS4 and Xbox One, and it will be one of the few indie titles that will be available on Microsoft’s console. The game will go on sale on both digital stores, and it will be ...

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Xbox One will feature external hard drive support soon


Microsoft recently teased a feature that Xbox One users have been asking for a long time: external hard drive support. ‘XboxOneDev’ posted a short but revealing comment on Reddit, and a link to an image that pretty much tells the whole story. The user was confirmed to be an actual Xbox developer so it’s unlikely that this is just another rumor. ...

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Kinect-free Xbox One coming June 9 for $399


Microsoft has apparently listened to customer feedback and decided to offer a Kinect-free version of Xbox One starting next month. This unbundled version will be available for purchase in all regions on June 9 for the price of $399. The regular version of Xbox One will still be priced at $499 and sold side-by-side with the Kinect-free console. Microsoft also ...

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Watch Dogs PS4 will run at 1080p and 60fps according to Sony


Sony Entertainment confirmed that the PlayStation 4 version of Watch Dogs will run at 1080p and 60 fps, while also adding that you will experience the game “in a way that only the PS4 can provide”. Furthermore, the company says that four exclusive missions are also being included with this version. The missions will actually be “timed exclusive”, which means ...

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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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Daylight – Review


The rise of independent developers in the past few years brought with it a fresh new take on the survival horror genre. Titles like Amnesia and Outlast have recently taken the spotlight from big franchises like Silent Hill and Resident Evil, and now Zombie Studios shows us a slightly different take on the formula with Daylight. The game is thin ...

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Console version of The Elder Scrolls Online possibly delayed


The Elder Scrolls Online might not be coming out on Xbox One and PS4 in june, as many expected. A – now taken down – FAQ by Bethesda noted that the project for the two recently released consoles is suffering a delay of “about six months”, in order to allow the developer time to make the game acceptable for release. ...

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Sony’s PS4 controller was designed to support Project Morpheus


Sony finally revealed that Project Morpheus is the reason behind the always-on light bar on the PS4’s DualShock 4 controller. Senior Designer Jed Ashforth told TechRadar that Sony’s team built the gamepad with VR support from the start, but had to keep quiet about it until the unveiling of Project Morpheus. Ashforth states that “The tracking light… it was our department that ...

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