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Sony Xperia Z3 clocks slightly better than Xperia Z4

Sony Xperia Z3 clocks slightly better than Xperia Z4

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 just can't seem to catch a break. The ghost of overheating looms forever over its head and it seems that all that might actually be for naught. Vietnamese site Vật Vờ took both the Xperia Z3 and the Xperia Z4, a.k.a. Xperia Z3+, and timed their performance, one running on a Snapdragon 801, the other on the seemingly cursed Snapdragon 810. On paper, the Snapdragon 810 should run circles around the older, 32-bit chipset with only half the number of cores. Reality, however, begs to differ.

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Nyko makes a keyboard for your Xbox One controller

Nyko makes a keyboard for your Xbox One controller

Accessories group Nyko have revealed a collection of peripherals for the Xbox One and PS4 this week at E3 2015. They've also revealed a nifty little game controller made for Android TV devices, one that looks like a crossbreed between the Xbox One wireless controller and the DualShock 4. Nyko's come to the party with some strange stuff for your game systems before. Today they've done it again, with a number of peripherals you're going to want to get your hands on immediately.

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Sony’s entire E3 2015 Wrap-up : Game Trailers Galore

Sony’s entire E3 2015 Wrap-up : Game Trailers Galore

The entire Sony E3 2015 press conference and surrounding news, trailers, and everything in-between is covered right here. What you're going to want to do is sit back and chill while we give you the low-down on every game Sony revealed and every experience you're going to participate in over the next year. Sony brought heat to this year's gaming convention, and it all begins with the big - huge, gigantic, massive set-up. When you're up against what Microsoft suggests was the "greatest games lineup of all time," you need to come correct.

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All the PS4 trailers you missed from E3 2015

All the PS4 trailers you missed from E3 2015

Now that we're decompressing from all the big announcements and surprises that made up the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 keynotes at E3 (and still bracing ourselves for Nintendo's), we can take a little time to check out some of the trailers we might've missed in all the excitement. We've already recapped everything from Microsoft's Xbox One presentation, so let's review Sony's now. They showed an impressive line-up of games this year, including a handful that didn't start with "Final Fantasy" and end with "VII."

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Sony Xperia Z4v coming to America

Sony Xperia Z4v coming to America

Sony announces Xperia Z4v, a device destined in the United States for Verizon alone. This device is the next in line for Xperia devices after the Xpeira Z3 released in 2014. This device is the direct descendant of the Xperia Z3v, the uniquely Verizon-carried edition of the Z3 in the United States. This device has a 5.2-inch Full WQHD "Triluminos" display - that's LED with Sony's "X-Reality" technology, technology they suggest provides a "wider palette of rich, natural colors and enhanced color depth and gradation without risk of over saturation."

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Shenmue 3 announced at E3 2015 as a Kickstarter project

Shenmue 3 announced at E3 2015 as a Kickstarter project

If there's one theme to Sony's pre-E3 2015 conference, it might be making dreams come true. No, it's that Dreams game from Media Molecule. Among other things, Sony has revealed The Last Guardian, which will finally launch in 2016, hopefully. It has also finally given in to fans and will make, or rather remake, Final Fantasy VII as a first-class PS4 port. And now, it's going to make Shenmue 3 a reality. Well, sort of. What Sony and game creator Yu Suzuki actually announced is the launch of the Shenmue 3 Kickstarter campaign.

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The Last Guardian at long last coming to the PS4

The Last Guardian at long last coming to the PS4

A Final Fantasy VII remake isn't the only long-standing wish that Sony is finally fulfilling, or at least promising to, at E3 2015. Almost a decade in the making, Fumito Ueda's third emotional adventure game is finally getting its long overdue launch. Yes, The Last Guardian is finally going to be a real game. Though given it was first announced back in 2009, we reserve the right to be a bit cautious. Still, finally making this game real has sung to the hearts of many, given the flood of positive remark on the Internet after the reveal.

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Dreams let players manifest their own dreams on the PS4

Dreams let players manifest their own dreams on the PS4

Ever had a dream that felt so real, even if it were surreal, that it was almost as good as, well, reality? Ever wondered what it would feel like to step into other people's dreams? Like stepping into paintings ala Mary Poppins maybe? That dreamy concept is what's behind Dreams from Media Molecule, who is developing this game, if you could still call it that, for the PS4. No, it won't suddenly give PS4 owners telepathic powers. Instead, it will let them create, or recreate, their dreams inside a digital world.

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PlayStation Vue heads west, coming to LA, San Francisco

PlayStation Vue heads west, coming to LA, San Francisco

Sony definitely dropped a lot of bombshells at its E3 2015 press conference. Aside from games that have been almost decades, if not more, in the making, But it wasn't only games that Sony was trying to sell on stage. Mixed with the game announcements, Sony also delivered a few juicy details about its newborn TV service, the PlayStation Vue. After dawdling a bit in the east, PS Vue is now heading to California, and it will be bringing with it a new a la carte menu.

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