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SteamOS 2-years later: why you don’t want it

SteamOS 2-years later: why you don’t want it

Back in September of 2013, Valve revealed SteamOS - now it's time for action. Here in June of 2015, just a bit under two years later, Valve's revealed the final iteration of the Steam Controller, the key to the system - the one component you can't buy anywhere else. Every other piece of this gaming environment can be had elsewhere, or run on a PC you've got at home. After months and months of preparation, Valve's presented a system they hope will take over your living room. Is it too late? Has the company lost all momentum? Is SteamOS dead in the water before it launches in ernest?

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PS4’s Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection confirmed for October release

PS4’s Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection confirmed for October release

Only a few hours after gamers caught wind of the announcement via a PlayStation Store slip-up, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection has been confirmed and is scheduled for release on October 9th. The PlayStation 4 game will be a remastered collection of the first three titles in the series that were released on the PS3, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, and Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. The announcement also included a trailer for the action-adventure trilogy, which you can check out below.

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Planetside 2 online shooter launches June 23

Planetside 2 online shooter launches June 23

Sony had a decent online shooter back in the day called Planetside. This game first landed back when there weren't many massive online shooters for PC gamers to choose from. If you were a fan of that game Sony has announced that Planetside 2 will be coming to the PS4 on June 23 in Europe and North America. The original Planetside game was for the PC.

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PlayStation Store accidentally reveals Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

PlayStation Store accidentally reveals Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

Ah yes, in this age of the internet, the accident of posting things early is nearly an everyday occurrence. From tech giants like Apple and Samsung putting product shots on their website early, to game makers like Bethesda, who only a day ago briefly opened the official site for Fallout 4 before the scheduled unveiling. Well, today was the PlayStation Store's turn, as a banner ad for Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection on PlayStation 4 was spotted on the mobile version of the North American Website. Oops.

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Every Fallout 4 video, photo, and detail revealed so far

Every Fallout 4 video, photo, and detail revealed so far

Bethesda Softworks reveals Fallout 4, complete with a full-length in-game engine, images, and graphics for the public. What we're going to be doing here is sending over all the details and the images AND the video so you can get it all in one place. Consider this the definitive detail repository for Fallout 4. To begin, you'll want to know that Bethesda Softworks of Rockville, MD, a ZeniMax Media company, has confirmed the GLOBAL release of Fallout 4. Whether or not that means you'll be able to get the game at the same moment on release day worldwide is not yet known. Below you'll see every photo and video released on Fallout 4 by Bethesda Softworks thus far.

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Mighty No. 9 trailer: the spirit of Mega-Man is alive and well

Mighty No. 9 trailer: the spirit of Mega-Man is alive and well

While you might still be getting bowled over by the release of the Fallout 4 trailer this morning, you're going to need to recover quick - here comes Mighty No. 9. Just in time to roll hard in a COMPLETELY different fashion, Mighty No. 9 is being presented here by Deep Silver after a massively successful KickStarter initiated months and months ago. What you're going to see here is a game that's made by the originator of Mega-Man, and in fact is a "Spiritual Successor" of our hero himself.

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Bethesda’s Fallout 4 coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC, first trailer released

Bethesda’s Fallout 4 coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC, first trailer released

24 hours after game developer Bethesda posted a countdown timer on its website, the clock has run down and now it's officially official: Fallout 4 will be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. No release date has announced yet, however the official sites for the game now show the first trailer, as well as direct users to keep an out for Bethesda's E3 press conference on June 14th, scheduled for 7:00pm PT.

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Logitech Harmony remote is now compatible with PS4

Logitech Harmony remote is now compatible with PS4

Logitech announced that it's Harmony remote control system will now be able to control your PS4. This is a welcome relief to many PS4 users as the DualShock 4 controllers are fine for gaming, but inconvenient when using the PS4 as a media hub, which many users do. Just about every PS4 feature can now be controlled from any controllers from Logitech's Harmony Ultimate Hub system, which includes a smart keyboard, smartphone app, and conventionally shaped remote control.

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PS4 with larger 1TB HDD tipped by FCC listing

PS4 with larger 1TB HDD tipped by FCC listing

The PS4 has been on the market for a long time now and odds are if gamers wanted one they have already bought one of the consoles. Sony is set to add a bit more value to the PS4 with a new version tipped by an FCC listing that has a larger hard drive inside. The larger drive might woo some of the people who aren't into gaming, but might want to use the console for media.

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New Need for Speed game will require constant online connection

New Need for Speed game will require constant online connection

Now that it has been revealed that a new entry in the Need for Speed game series is coming this year and will act as a "reboot" of the franchise, players have been wondering what they can expect this time around. Publisher EA has recently taken to answering some questions on Twitter, and yesterday stated in one reply that the game will require and internet connection at all time to be played. This sort of thing may sound familiar, as it was a controversial part of Microsoft's initial announcement of the Xbox One console.

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