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PlayStation Vita scores Crackle access

PlayStation Vita scores Crackle access

Crackle may not have the brand recognition of Netflix, but it still boasts a solid user base, offering Internet goers and device owners access to a library of movies and related video content, including original series and television shows. Starting today, owners of Sony's PlayStation Vita can now access the service from their gaming handheld, providing another element of entertainment.

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Thief (2014) Review

Thief (2014) Review

Released on a number of platforms at once, Thief is a game that - make not mistake about it - is about taking things that don’t belong to you. We’re looking specifically at the PlayStation 4 version of the game in this review - until you see specific notes about additional coverage - while the game is also coming to Windows, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. This isn’t the sort of game you’re going to want to play if you’re a big fan of short bursts of entertainment - this game is involved, and it requires your full attention for long spans of time.

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House of Cards snubbed HBO for upstart Netflix

House of Cards snubbed HBO for upstart Netflix

As House of Cards releases its second full season to Netflix, it’s become apparent that the internet-based video streaming company isn’t the upstart it once was. As HBO continues its upward trend between $4-5 billion in revenue over the past three years, Netflix pushes a much more booming rise, starting at just above $3 billion in revenue in 2011 and hitting at just above $4 billion in revenue in 2013. With the two companies readying for a battle of the revenues here, it would appear that the content battle has already been raging.

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Metal Gear Solid PS4 package stays simple

Metal Gear Solid PS4 package stays simple

This week the first "special edition" PlayStation 4 has been revealed with Metal Gear Solid in tow. This game system will roll with Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes in the box alongside a system that’s ever-so-slightly modified beyond its original form. Have a peek at that lovely FOX in gold and let us know if you’re all about the change-up.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/17/14: COD Ghosts, Kickstarter hacked, Titanfall Open Beta

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/17/14: COD Ghosts, Kickstarter hacked, Titanfall Open Beta

This weekend has been a big one for the likes of Respawn Entertainment and EA Games as their Titanfall Beta has been a wild success. With so many users asking to play the beta that they decided to change from Closed to Open, it’s seeming likely that the game will be doing rather well when it’s released in its final form on March 11th. For now have a peek at our Titanfall Beta gameplay first-impressions and let us know what you think!

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The LEGO Movie Review

The LEGO Movie Review

I took my 3-year-old daughter to The LEGO Movie this week and she sat through the entire 100-minute film in quiet reverence. End of review. I'm an adult male who grew up with LEGO and, with my daughter, continue to play with and enjoy the creative building toy today - and I was entertained by the movie from start to finish. My daughter and I are two of the types of audience members the creators of this movie appear to have aimed for directly.

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