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PlayStation 4 confirmed

PlayStation 4 confirmed

We're live from the Sony PlayStation event here in New York City, and the company has just announced and confirmed the PlayStation 4. Sony says that they believe that the PlayStation 4 "represents a significant shift from thinking of PlayStation as merely a box or console." Sony is looking to turn the PlayStation ecosystem into more than just a gaming console.

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PlayStation 4 missing – Sony to focus on “The Gamer” today

PlayStation 4 missing – Sony to focus on “The Gamer” today

This week a PlayStation event was held by Sony surrounding what was expected to be a reveal of the PlayStation 4, but it began with a big wider an aim. Speaking about the gaming world at large, Sony's own Andrew House spoke up: "The living room is no longer the center of the PlayStation universe, the gamer is." The next-generation gamer is the first subject of concern here in 2013, and thus far there's been no clue that a new console is up for play today.

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PlayStation 4: your full pre-event guide

PlayStation 4: your full pre-event guide

Tonight is the big night for Sony, with a rather solid expectation of the PlayStation 4, a new set of controllers and functionality to with it, and a swath of new game announcements to boot. What we're going to do for you here and now is make it all real simple in a guide that'll get you pumped up and prepared for the event [6PM EST right here on SlashGear]. It all begins with what we're expecting the actual console to present - and yes, we are expecting a new console.

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PlayStation 4 backwards compatibility to be entirely virtualized

PlayStation 4 backwards compatibility to be entirely virtualized

Sony will be taking complete advantage of its purchase of Gaikai, and it's cloud gaming services, for its soon-to-be-announced PlayStation 4. According to a recent tip from The Wall Street Journal, and a teaser video just released by Sony, we see that all signs are pointing to the PlayStation 4 being backwards compatible with PlayStation 3 games through a total streaming service with Gaikai.

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Destiny set for Xbox 720, PlayStation 4, and PC in 2014

Destiny set for Xbox 720, PlayStation 4, and PC in 2014

If you've heard anything about the upcoming "game changer" title set to be produced by Bungie over the next 10 years in installments with Activision, you know that it certainly wouldn't make sense for the whole series to be appearing on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In fact the first installment will be on those two consoles, but essentially everything afterward has been confirmed in legal documents to be hitting no less than the PlayStation 4, the Xbox 720, and the PC. The information that reveals said bits and pieces comes from a Call of Duty legal dispute where the contract between Activision and Bungie had to be unsealed.

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Sony PlayStation 4 price slash strategy tipped amid console competition

Sony PlayStation 4 price slash strategy tipped amid console competition

Sony's PlayStation 4 will be more competitively priced out of the gate than its PS3 predecessor, insiders suggest, with the company reportedly aiming at knocking a quarter off the console's original selling price. Leaked internal documents supposedly obtained by The Times [subscription required] indicate the PS4 will be sold at around £300 when it launches, £100 less than demanded for the PS3 at its launch back in 2006.

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PlayStation 4 controller prototype leaked with touchpad

PlayStation 4 controller prototype leaked with touchpad

Today a lovely new look at the PlayStation 4 from a controller perspective - a prototype of what very much appears to be the real deal for the upcoming next-gen console. This piece of hardware has been traced back to Destructoid where just as much questioning about its authenticity is being done as we'll be doing here. Though there's no way of knowing if this is a final release edition or if this is merely a temporary casing for what will be a much more slimmed-down iteration of the final PlayStation 4 controller, we do have some clues here as to what we'll be seeing.

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PlayStation 4: What Sony must do

PlayStation 4: What Sony must do

If you believe the hype, then Sony will be revealing the next PlayStation in just a few short weeks at a February 20 event. The announcement of a new console is all well and good, but once the party's over and the reveal has been made, Sony then faces the difficult task of making the next PlayStation successful in the new generation. It's something of a blank slate - the other competitors in the console space are releasing new machines as well, so the platform wars can begin anew. Sony did a lot of good things with the PS3, but in order to make the PS4 a smashing success, it's going to need to ramp it up in a few areas.

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