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PlayStation 4 cuts fees for online services: Netflix, Hulu, chat included

PlayStation 4 cuts fees for online services: Netflix, Hulu, chat included

In a bit of a change-up from past fees from notable console-selling brands, the Sony PlayStation 4 has been revealed this week to be coming without fees for online chat or third-party app streaming for apps such as Hulu and Netflix. This news came aside reassurance that a $50-a-year PlayStation Plus subscription would have a big of a flip in which services it offered. A PlayStation Plus subscription brings a user free online multiplayer - users will not be able to play multiplayer online without this subscription unless the games they are playing are also free-to-play.

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PlayStation 4 developer console appears: confirms original vision

PlayStation 4 developer console appears: confirms original vision

It's not the most in-depth bit of photography you'll see today, but for those of you looking to see the PlayStation 4 as it sits in the hands of developers across the planet this summer, this may well be the best you're going to get. What we're looking at below (below the first image, that is) is a "leaked" image of the PlayStation 4's front - or back - not that it matters - as photographed by an intrepid attendee of either Jimmy Fallon's showing of said device or E3 2013.

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Nyko Xbox One, PlayStation 4 Charge Bases eyes-on with NVIDIA SHIELD bonus

Nyko Xbox One, PlayStation 4 Charge Bases eyes-on with NVIDIA SHIELD bonus

If you were wondering how it is that Nyko is bringing charger bases for both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4's controllers - look no further. We had a quick chat with the folks at Nyko at E3 2013 this afternoon and got the quick once-over on how their unique technology works. Here well before the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4 are out in the public, Nyko is hitting it hard with unique abilities for the wireless controllers that will define the next generation in console gaming.

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PlayStation 4 price structure undercuts Xbox One by a bill

PlayStation 4 price structure undercuts Xbox One by a bill

Just hours after Microsoft's presentation at E3 2013, home to a market point and additional presentation of the Xbox One, Sony came out to reveal their heat. With the Xbox One priced at a cool $499 in the USA, Sony's announcement of the PlayStation 4 price at $399 USD sent the crowd howling, literally. This attached to the idea that PlayStation 4 would support used games and did not require an internet connection made for a real one-two-three punch we're sure Sony was aiming for.

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Destiny gameplay demo lights up PlayStation 4’s E3 event [UPDATE]

Destiny gameplay demo lights up PlayStation 4’s E3 event [UPDATE]

Though the game itself will be cross-platform, hitting the PC and Xbox One as well, the Sony PlayStation 4's E3 2013 keynote event played host to the first full-length preview of the game Destiny. This game promises to be an epic presentation of first-person approaches to a massive multiplayer universe, shown this week to be part of a much larger environment than even Bungie and Activision had set the public up for thus far.

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PlayStation 4 supports used games

PlayStation 4 supports used games

Well, Sony just nailed this one on the head. After Microsoft announced the all new Xbox One there has been countless complaints and discussion about the entire ecosystem. Talk of used games not being supported, always-on connections, and people getting their tinfoil hats and more. Sony just cleared up any possible doubt with the PS4. Yes, Yes the Playstation 4 will support used games. No matter what.

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PlayStation 4 graphics outlined with The Dark Sorcerer video demo

PlayStation 4 graphics outlined with The Dark Sorcerer video demo

Sony has been rolling out the video game previews this evening, with one in particular aiming to show off both the console's excellent graphics and, by proxy, the detailed, realistic expressions that can be shown through it. The Dark Sorcerer trailer is a couple minutes long, and starts out a tad stereotypical, only to devolve into a pretty funny comedy, all the while zooming in on all the details the PlayStation 4's graphics can offer.

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