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PlayStation VR play area details, FAQ surface ahead of October launch

PlayStation VR play area details, FAQ surface ahead of October launch

We're being treated to some new details about Sony's PlayStation VR today, which will be hitting stores later this year. PlayStation VR is being targeted toward existing PlayStation 4 owners who want a less expensive alternative to VR headsets like the Oculus Rift and the Vive, as the PS VR will only require the PS4 and the PlayStation Camera instead of a powerful PC.

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PlayStation Plus game lineup for August detailed

PlayStation Plus game lineup for August detailed

Sony has revealed the list of free games coming for PlayStation Plus subscribers next month. There are six games total, with the two PlayStation 4 offerings being comprised of Tricky Towers and Rebel Galaxy. There are a couple PlayStation 3 titles, as well, and two for the PlayStation Vita, with one of those titles, Ultratron, also being available for the PS3 and PS4 as well.

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No Man’s Sky won’t require PlayStation Plus subscription to play

No Man’s Sky won’t require PlayStation Plus subscription to play

Good news for those of you PS4 owners who are planning to pick up No Man's Sky when it launches next month: Sony has revealed that the long-anticipated title won't require a subscription to PlayStation Plus. A fair number of PS4 owners likely already have PlayStation Plus, but for those who don't, this means that they won't have to shell out more money just to play the game.

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Sonic Mania is a new game straight from the Sega Genesis era

Sonic Mania is a new game straight from the Sega Genesis era

It's hard to remember the last decent Sonic the Hedgehog game — most would agree Sega's once iconic series took a drastic turn downhill following the Sonic Adventure titles on the Dreamcast. With each disappointing games' release in the years that followed, all fans asked for was a Sonic title that played like the originals from the early '90s: 2D graphics and fast gameplay. It may have taken them over 15 years, but it looks like Sega has finally gotten the point.

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PlayStation 4 was top selling U.S. console in June

PlayStation 4 was top selling U.S. console in June

Sony’s PlayStation 4 was the top selling game console in the United States in June, according to NPD Group, the same honor it had in May and months before it. Microsoft, meanwhile, has bragged that the Xbox One hit 1.2 billion gaming hours in June, a milestone of its own representing a doubling of gaming hours versus the same month last year. Finally, for its part, Nintendo says it saw sales across the 3DS family of devices jump in June versus the month before, as well as high game performance.

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Rocket League dev ready to roll out PS4, Xbox One cross-platform multiplayer

Rocket League dev ready to roll out PS4, Xbox One cross-platform multiplayer

Rocket League and its developers are ready to change the world once more, with Psyonix saying today that everything is in place to pull the trigger on cross-platform multiplayer between PS4 and Xbox One. Assuming such a feature is allowed to go live, it'll be a big step for the gaming industry, as the online communities for Xbox One and PS4 have previously been cut off from one another.

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System Shock remake adds PS4 version to Kickstarter campaign

System Shock remake adds PS4 version to Kickstarter campaign

Old-school PC gamers' hearts were set aflutter late last month when it was revealed that a remake of the sci-fi/horror classic System Shock was in the works from developer Nightdive Studios. Announced as a Kickstarter campaign, the game has already surpassed its $900,000 funding goal, and with exactly one week left, currently stands at $1.09 million. The big news today is that the project has been updated to include a PlayStation 4 version.

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Original Dead Rising titles will be re-released on Xbox One, PS4, PC

Original Dead Rising titles will be re-released on Xbox One, PS4, PC

We recently learned that Dead Rising 4 is in the works, but for those who are new to the series and want to see how it all began, Capcom has you covered. The developer confirmed today that the original Dead Rising will be coming to Xbox One, PS4, and PC, while Dead Rising 2 and its spin off, Off the Record, will be getting the same treatment, only without a PC release. Capcom confirmed the existence of these re-releases after a PS4 trophy list for the original Dead Rising was leaked.

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Rise of the Tomb Raider hits PS4 with VR support on October 11

Rise of the Tomb Raider hits PS4 with VR support on October 11

Rise of the Tomb Raider is coming to the PlayStation 4 on October 11, Square Enix announced today, and it’ll be bringing PlayStation VR support with it. We heard last summer that the PS4 version of the game would be arriving in time for this year’s holiday season, and mid-October gives enough time to target those early Christmas shoppers. The October 11 release will be for Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration, and it’ll bring with it a new story chapter dubbed “Blood Ties,” all the DLC that has already been released, and more.

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PlayStation 4 Neo details surface in leaked presentation

PlayStation 4 Neo details surface in leaked presentation

Last month, Sony confirmed that the PlayStation 4 “Neo” does in fact exist, but official details on it have been slight. Amidst the rumors is a new document leak that allegedly reveals some details about the console; it surfaced on Scribd and is said to have been given to developers. There’s not much in the document that we haven’t heard before — in fact, some are guessing this document were already leaked earlier this year — but it’s still worth taking a look at.

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CoD4 Modern Warfare: see the first 8 minutes of Remastered gameplay

CoD4 Modern Warfare: see the first 8 minutes of Remastered gameplay

When the newest Call of Duty entry, Infinite Warfare, was announced earlier this year, most of the excitement seemed to focus on the debut of a fully remastered Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, easily the most popular game in the series. While we've only seen a handful of images and brief clips of the new, graphically enhanced version, Activision has now released a video with a full eight minutes of gameplay.

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Overwatch’s latest hero revealed as Ana, a sniper who can heal

Overwatch’s latest hero revealed as Ana, a sniper who can heal

After much speculation, today Blizzard has finally revealed the first new character for its ridiculously popular shooter Overwatch. That new hero goes by the name of Ana, and she'll be bolstering the support class with her introduction. That will be a welcome relief for many support players, who for the most part have relied on just Mercy and Lucio when their team needs a healer.

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