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PlayStation 4 “Blue Light of Death” fixes appear

PlayStation 4 “Blue Light of Death” fixes appear

Over the weekend a small but significant number of PlayStation 4 users reported an issue which had the system stuck on the "blinking blue light" part of the console's startup sequence. Sony has issued a set of troubleshooting fixes - or possible fixes - which include suggestions of issues with the TV users are working with, the PS4 power supply, the PS4 hard drive, and more. While this does not appear to be a widespread problem at the moment, there certainly have been enough reports that Sony is paying close attention.

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PlayStation 4 event streaming on Twitch TV as countdown to launch narrows

PlayStation 4 event streaming on Twitch TV as countdown to launch narrows

The PlayStation 4's launch is closing in rapidly, and for those who aren't camping out to get their hands on a console as the clock rolls over, you can check out all the happenings -- as well as some interviews and game previews -- on Twitch TV, where the PlayStation 4 All Access event is streaming. The stream is live, and has a countdown timer leading down to the much-awaited moment.

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PlayStation 4 review round-up

PlayStation 4 review round-up

There's little to be said about a gaming console when it's barely hit store shelves in the way of final judgement. With the device appearing for the first time tomorrow (it hits stores tomorrow), the PlayStation 4 (or PS4 for short) is appearing in shortened reviews across the web. What you'll find is a whole lot of agreement on the potential of the device - but not a whole lot of years-spanning verdicts on the device as a whole.

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PlayStation 4 DLNA and MP3 playback possible once more

PlayStation 4 DLNA and MP3 playback possible once more

Though the PlayStation 4 wont work with DLNA and MP3 playback right out of the box, it's been confirmed this week by Sony that they'll certainly be looking at incorporating the features in the near future. Due to overwhelming response to the idea that neither DLNA or MP3 playback would be available on the gaming console, Sony seems to have turned a corner on their aim to have them work.

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PlayStation 4 digital game sales expand beyond PSN

PlayStation 4 digital game sales expand beyond PSN

It would appear that the folks at Sony responsible for finding the best way to expand sales of their console and the games that are sold for the console therein have decided that keeping digital means of buying to themselves was no longer the best means of playing along with the public. Much like heavy-hitter PC game sales giant Steam, the PlayStation Network will now allow third-party sales of digital games and DLC from here on out. Games will be purchased through retailers of many kinds, then attached to the PlayStation Network for play on whatever device you've got running - PlayStation 3, PS Vita, and PlayStation 4 included.

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Skylanders SWAP Force coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One November 12

Skylanders SWAP Force coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One November 12

The original Skylanders game from Activision was a surprise hit for the company and became one of the most popular video games for younger gamers on the market. The video game is interesting because it has something that connects to the console called the Portal. Players can place real life action figures onto the portal and they are digitally transferred into the video game. The latest game in the franchise called Skylanders SWAP Force.

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Official PlayStation 4 unboxing handled delicately by Sony

Official PlayStation 4 unboxing handled delicately by Sony

This week the folks at Sony are once again proving that they'll not be letting the "firsts" of the PlayStation 4 presentation fall into the wrong hands with an original Official PS4 Unboxing video. They've made an especially short affair of it all, emphasizing the fact that the machine itself is exceedingly simple. This hardware isn't about cords, after all - it's all about the sharpness of wirelessness and the angles at which this release will be made.

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Battlefield 4 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One supports up to 64 players in multiplayer mode

Battlefield 4 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One supports up to 64 players in multiplayer mode

Gamers who enjoy a good first-person shooter and plan to purchase the PlayStation 4 or the Xbox One consoles along with Battlefield 4 have some very interesting multiplayer battles waiting. We already know that Battlefield 4 will be available on the launch day for both of those consoles. EA is taking some time to brag that gamers will be able to play with 64 people per map at 60 frames per second.

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