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Resident Evil 7 biohazard hits PS4, Xbox One and PC on January 24

Resident Evil 7 biohazard hits PS4, Xbox One and PC on January 24

Capcom has been teasing fans over Resident Evil 7 since this past October, with the most definite tip seeming to come last month in the company's financial statement, which suggested we'd see something big in the Resident Evil franchise by March 2017. As it turns out, we won't have to wait that long -- at E3 this week, Capcom took the wraps off Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, and it'll be arriving on PlayStation, Xbox One and PC this upcoming January 24.

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PS VR Aim Controller is a Zapper for the VR generation

PS VR Aim Controller is a Zapper for the VR generation

Sony has shown off some very cool stuff at E3 2016 including games and hardware. One of the coolest things at the show from Sony is the PlayStation VR system, games, and hardware for that VR system. Impulse Gear has unveiled at the show a game called Farpoint and a controller that may be more important than the game called the PS VR Aim.

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Sony PlayStation E3 Experience 2016 to Cover North America

Sony PlayStation E3 Experience 2016 to Cover North America

Summer has officially kicked off and gamers always look forward to E3 each year to see what sort of video games and hardware can be expected. Sony has announced that the PlayStation E3 Experience 2016 will again be traveling the country bringing the E3 fun to gamers who want to see what's coming in person. The PlayStation E3 Experience will start Monday June 13 and will come to 85 different movie theaters around the US, Canada, and this year Latin America locations are included.

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PlayStation 4.5 NEO might actually launch in September

PlayStation 4.5 NEO might actually launch in September

Gamers, it's time to put your thinking hats on again. Or if you're from the Xbox One camp, you might start snickering again. The latest word to come out of the rumor mill is that Sony's "and a half" console upgrade might be coming earlier than expected. While most bets are still on an October release, a French video game distributor claims that the "PlayStation Neo 4K" will instead be released in September. An earlier release, however, could just about mess up everyone else's timetables, including and especially game developers.

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Battlefield 1 trailer revealed with WWI-style madness

Battlefield 1 trailer revealed with WWI-style madness

This morning the folks behind the Battlefield series have brought a trailer for what might be their most ambitious project yet. This is Battlefield 1, so called - sort of - because it takes place during World War 1. This isn't the same WWI you've been taught about in school, however, it's a sort of alternate dimension where oddities can happen. This is what they call the "Dawn of All-Out War". We're looking... a bit... forward to it.

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Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End multiplayer modes, maps will be free

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End multiplayer modes, maps will be free

Details have been dropped on the multiplayer for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, with the first and foremost tidbit being that future multiplayer modes and maps will be arriving in the game for free. As well, all of the gameplay and vanity items available in the in-game store will also be obtainable through ordinary (read: free) gameplay. The idea, says the game's creator, is to have a game that "won’t be fragmented by different types of DLC."

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PlayStation Network will soon offer two-factor authentication

PlayStation Network will soon offer two-factor authentication

Sony will be increasing security for PlayStation owners, confirming that two-factor authentication is being added to the PlayStation Network. The move has long been anticipated, and helps keep gamers’ personal data safe by requiring them to authenticate any log-in attempts. When the new security feature will go live isn’t clear, though a spokesperson has said that Sony will be providing more details in the future.

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PlayStation 4.5 “NEO” – What you need to know

PlayStation 4.5 “NEO” – What you need to know

While we've heard rumors about Sony's plans to release an updated PlayStation 4 for some time now, yesterday we heard the most concrete evidence of it yet. Thanks to a few different sources, the guys over at Giant Bomb were able to glean a lot of information about the console, codenamed NEO. But what does all of the information mean for current PS4 owners?

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PS4 update brings back USB music player, fixes 4TB external drives

PS4 update brings back USB music player, fixes 4TB external drives

Wednesday marked the release of the PlayStation 4's newest update, version 3.50. Codenamed MUSASHI, the update brought some new social features, and the ability to stream your games to a PC or Mac. However, there were some other big changes that Sony didn't happen to mention in their announcement.

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PlayStation 4 update brings remote play to PCs and Macs starting tomorrow

PlayStation 4 update brings remote play to PCs and Macs starting tomorrow

Sony has been beta testing their latest PS4 update since the beginning of last month. The update, version 3.50, codenamed MUSASHI includes a lot of interesting features, but the big one wasn't included in the beta. It's the ability to stream your PlayStation 4 games to a Mac or PC.

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Gamer gives up the dream, selling collection of 3,000+ titles across 20 consoles

Gamer gives up the dream, selling collection of 3,000+ titles across 20 consoles

Call it what you will, but sometimes it just becomes necessary to give up one's hobby. That seems to be the reality one video game fan is facing, as they're selling a collection of 3,133 titles that span 20 different consoles, most of which are included, all in good to excellent condition. With games ranging from the original NES all the way to the PlayStation 3, including rarities from the Turbo GrafX 16, Atari Jaguar, and Panasonic 3DO, the full collection seems to have taken a lifetime to put together.

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Sony Interactive Entertainment forms mobile-oriented ForwardWorks

Sony Interactive Entertainment forms mobile-oriented ForwardWorks

Sony has been reshuffling its properties and businesses these past years in an effort to rein in its losses and regain its footing in its multiple product areas. For example, it sold off its VAIO PC business and was even rumored to have planned on doing the same for mobile. The latter has mostly been refuted, especially now with Sony's new focus with the Xperia brand. Another business that's getting refocused, however is gaming. Sony has the formation of a new ForwardWorks Corporation to focus on "smart device" game development under the new Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc.

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