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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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Final Fantasy VII Remake is finally making dreams come true

Final Fantasy VII Remake is finally making dreams come true

Sony held its PlayStation 4 pre-E3 game show and many predicted a lot of stuff to be unveiled, including perhaps some stronger movements in the Virtual Reality niche. But Sony definitely dropped a bombshell an hour into the press event. Right in the middle of its game revelations, Sony revealed something that fans have been clamoring for since the PS4 and even the PS3 came out. At long last, Sony has caved in to popular demand and will be launching a prettified remake of cult classic Final Fantasy VII.

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Sony’s PlayStation 4 gets Media Player

Sony’s PlayStation 4 gets Media Player

Sony has announced that the PlayStation 4 will be getting a media player, which will aptly be named “Media Player for the PS4”. If you have the latest PlayStation console, head on into the PlayStation Store — you might be seeing it already, as Sony said during its E3 pre-show press conference that the player would be going live some time this evening. With this users are able to watch content from multiple sources, giving them the oft-requested feature while making the console a little more useful.

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain E3 trailer crosses the line

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain E3 trailer crosses the line

The newest trailer for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is also the bloodiest. It's not something you're going to want to watch if you've just eaten lunch. Here you'll see the story of being "a child when we were raided by soldiers." Behold the tape, as well. There lies the song "From the man who sold the world" - whether or not it's a song or an invitation, we'll find out soon enough. "His country, his family, his face, his identity - everything was stolen from him."

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Start saving “several hundred dollars” for Sony’s Project Morpheus next year

Start saving “several hundred dollars” for Sony’s Project Morpheus next year

With E3 officially kicking-off today, and Sony's presentation for all things PlayStation just a few hours away, we're about to be overwhelmed in new game previews and release dates. But if there's going to be one big thing for Sony this year, it's going to be Project Morpheus, the company's virtual reality headset. An in-depth report from Wired has just revealed the two details that PS4 gamers are dying to know: the VR headset will launch in the first half of 2016, priced at "several hundred dollars."

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Street Fighter V new Variable battle system detailed

Street Fighter V new Variable battle system detailed

The return of Street Fighter to glory is still more than a few months away, but with E3 2015 just around the corner, we can expect loads of leaks, hints, and reveals for Street Fighter V. Anticipating that, Sony has just fired the opening salve, announcing something new for the game. No, not a new character, sadly, but a new way of playing. Called the Variable System, or V for short, this new battle system adds a new distinct flavor to the latest installment, while still building on some of the most loved features of the game.

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Hellblade trailer revealed by creators of Devil May Cry

Hellblade trailer revealed by creators of Devil May Cry

Developer group Ninja Theory has revealed their next big title, Hellblade, a hack-and-slash beast of a game for PC and PlayStation 4. This is the same developer group that brought you Devil May Cry, a long-lasting game franchise beloved around the planet. In the game, users will play as a Celtic Warrior by the name of Senua. She suffers from a mental illness which places her in a hellish world which she must escape. Is it too much to hope for an appearance by Pinhead and the rest of the Cenobites?

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Xperia Z4 in Japan overheats, DoCoMo carries warnings

Xperia Z4 in Japan overheats, DoCoMo carries warnings

NTT DoCoMo has just launched the Xperia Z4, a.k.a. Xperia Z3+, the first in Japan to do so. Already, users are chiming in over the Internet to express their displeasure at their new smartphones being too hot to handle, literally. This practically confirms problems attributed to the Snapdragon 810 and could deal a devastating blow to both Qualcomm and Sony. Almost adding insult to injury, NTT DoCoMo itself carries a card warning users about heat problems, cementing issues facing Sony's suppsoed flagship and Qualcomm's beleaguered processor.

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Sony a7R II includes full frame 42MP sensor, lauches in August

Sony a7R II includes full frame 42MP sensor, lauches in August

Camera makers have been busy introducing new models today, and among them is Sony, which has already taken the wraps off a couple models. Newest among it all is the maker’s Sony Alpha 7R II, a mirrorless offering featuring a full-frame BSI CMOS sensor and a 42.4 megapixel resolution. Says Sony, this is the first ever back-illuminated Exmor R full-frame CMOS sensor, and it boasts a very high ISO of 102,400. In addition, Sony promises the auto focus is faster than the previous a7R, with 399 focal plane phase detection auto focus points.

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