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PS4 Project Morpheus partners announced: Virtual Reality gaming amped up

PS4 Project Morpheus partners announced: Virtual Reality gaming amped up

Today amongst announcements of the first full-scale virtual reality headset - Project Morpheus for the PlayStation 4 - Sony announced a bevy of software partners. Amongst them were Wwise, Unity (for Unity Engine), Gigantic, and Epic Games. Both software engines and game developers are already onboard, meaning we’ll have both games from the outset and the skeletons of games ready for skin.

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PlayStation Store rental links test underway

PlayStation Store rental links test underway

There are few things worse for a gamer than buying a new game with your hard-earned money only to find out the game isn’t that good. One way to get around this is to play demo versions of the game or rent the title if it is available. Sony is reportedly testing some new rental links on the PlayStation store.

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Mercenary Kings PS4 pixel-violence release set for April 1st

Mercenary Kings PS4 pixel-violence release set for April 1st

At the start of April, the folks at Tribute Games are set to deliver the cartoon-flavored violence-filled game known as Mercenary Kings to PlayStation 4. This title has been out on Steam for a short bit of time, and will be rolling out to the PlayStation Store starting on the 1st of April - no fooling! This title mixes firepower with side-scrolling classic gameplay in a pixel-filled cartoon-inspired landscape that’ll likely take command of the PlayStation’s download-only section for some time to come.

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PlayStation Home adds Trophies this week (but still no PS4 access)

PlayStation Home adds Trophies this week (but still no PS4 access)

Sony will update PlayStation Home with much-anticipated trophies on Wednesday, its been confirmed, though there's still no word on whether the virtual world for PS3 gamers will ever make it to the PlayStation 4. Launched all the way back in December 2008, PlayStation Home resembles Second Life and gave each PS3 owner a customizable avatar and a personal "apartment" in which they can live and decorate, as well as public spaces that could be themed around events, specific games, and more.

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