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Destiny year 2 update begins

Destiny year 2 update begins

Today the Destiny 2.0 update will begin arriving on your gaming devices. This update will bring a swath of new features to the game for all users, including higher level caps, attack power adjustments, and a set of adjustments for the new Light system. A new set of weapon changes is appearing as well, including higher base damage for Auto Rifles - for example. Year Two weapon lethality is being taken into account with Year One stat perks - the amount these perks buff your weapon stat has been reduced - meaningful trade-offs can commence.

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The FIFA 16 demo is here – this is how you play

The FIFA 16 demo is here – this is how you play

Those anticipating the release of the next big video game based on the world's most popular sport, soccer (football if you're outside the US), are in for a treat: the demo for EA Sports' FIFA 16 should be available later today for the PlayStation 4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. Those in New Zealand can get to downloading now, while those in North America might need to wait until later in the day, with exact times varying based on console and region of the world.

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PS4’s software update 3.00 beta launches, new features detailed

PS4’s software update 3.00 beta launches, new features detailed

PlayStation 4 gamers signed up and were selected to participate in beta testing the console's upcoming system software update will find that they are now able to download version 3.00 as of today. Along with this news, Sony has revealed what new features will be available for testing in the beta. One of the biggest additions is that PlayStation Plus members' cloud storage has been increased from 1GB to 10GB, along with new options for monitoring available space and auto-uploading for saved application data.

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Deadpool game arrives for Xbox One, PS4 in November

Deadpool game arrives for Xbox One, PS4 in November

Xbox One and PlayStation 4 gamers will be getting the Deadpool game that was released back in June 2013, and it’ll be available starting November 17. This will be an adaption of that aforementioned game, and will be priced at $49.99 USD for both next-gen gaming consoles. GameStop made the official announcement on its Twitter page earlier today, and already has both games up for pre-order on its website.

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Uncharted 4 hits PS4 on March 18, 2016

Uncharted 4 hits PS4 on March 18, 2016

Following the delay from its original scheduled release of this fall, Sony and developer Naughty Dog have announced that Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will finally be released on the PlayStation 4 on March 18th, 2016. As the latest entry in the action-adventure series Uncharted, the fourth title continues the story of hero Nathan Drake, picking up sometime after the end of Uncharted 3. Fans of the series who will be picking up the October release of the original trilogy, dubbed The Nathan Drake Collection, will be well prepared for the first Uncharted game on the PS4.

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Telltale’s Back to the Future games coming to PS4, Xbox One

Telltale’s Back to the Future games coming to PS4, Xbox One

Telltale Games, the makers of some of the very best episodic gaming series, including The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and The Wold Among Us, appears to be about to re-release its hit Back to the Future: The Game on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 consoles. While the developers have yet to officially announce it, the game is already listed on Amazon's US and Canadian sites, complete with the final boxart.

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Sony looks to the crowd to beta test next PS4 system update

Sony looks to the crowd to beta test next PS4 system update

There was a time when software development was such a closely guarded process that almost everything happened behind extremely closed doors. Even beta tests were handed off only to accredited QA companies under heavy NDAs. Things have change these past years, with some of the responsibility of testing software falling on the shoulders of volunteers, most of them just end users themselves, but very passionate ones at that. Sony seems to have wisdom, not to mention practicality, of that setup and is now looking for more PS4 beta testers to join its army.

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Chinese console rips off PS4 chassis, Xbox One controller

Chinese console rips off PS4 chassis, Xbox One controller

We've seen homemade hardware mods that combine the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One into a single console before, but no one outdoes the Chinese when it comes to such shenanigans. Errr, wait, unless you were expecting something that actually plays PS4 or Xbox One games. Meet the OUYE, the Chinese crowdfunding console that looks exactly like a PS4, and comes with a controller that rips off the Xbox One's. It's not even a real gaming console, as it's actually an Android-powered micro-console, which means even the name is an OUYA ripoff!

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The Force is strong with limited Darth Vader PS4 edition

The Force is strong with limited Darth Vader PS4 edition

It's still a good few months before we actually get to see what the Star Wars universe has in store after all these years, but that doesn't mean you can't hype it to death. And nothing says "hype" like a limited edition product with iconic Star Wars branding plastered all over it. This time, it's Sony's turn churn the marketing machine with not one but two Star Wars themed PS4 bundles. And, of course, they will be bearing the face and markings of the most iconic Star Wars character of all: Darth Vader.

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PlayStation 4 still on top in July, says NPD

PlayStation 4 still on top in July, says NPD

Microsoft may have wowed the crowd at Gamescom early this month, and may even have won hearts, but Sony is still winning wallets, at least in July and for now. Market research firm NPD has just given their report on the console gaming market in the US for the past month and Sony is only too happy to share it. That's because, despite not having new games for the season, both in general and for Sony specifically, the PlayStation 4 still ranked as the top console and its games the top software for July.

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PS4 software 3.00 beta reveals YouTube broadcasting and Communities

PS4 software 3.00 beta reveals YouTube broadcasting and Communities

Sony seems to be preparing to rollout version 3.00 of the PlayStation 4's system software, as the beta has been released to test users, and in turn the details of what's coming in the update have been posted online. The changelog notes originally showed up in Japanese on PocketNews, but the English version appeared on Reddit shortly after. There appears to be a number of small new features and changes, but among the biggest are direct broadcasting to YouTube, and a new Communities section within Friends.

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PlayStation Plus’ first Vote to Play free game promotion starts this week

PlayStation Plus’ first Vote to Play free game promotion starts this week

Last week, Sony announced that as part of the PlayStation Plus subscription service, PS4 users would be getting opportunities to vote on a handful of games, with the winner being included in the next month's free game lineup. While it was said these voting campaigns wouldn't be held every month, it wasn't clear when the first one would begin. Turns out, it starts this week! The three games PS Plus members get to choose from have been announced, and voting will begin Thursday, August 13th.

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