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Destiny Alpha extended: Expert Mode activated

Destiny Alpha extended: Expert Mode activated

The Alpha for Destiny was supposed to have ended last night - but to most players’ surprise, it’s still around. The Alpha test mode for Destiny for the PlayStation 4 has been extended to include "Expert Mode." This mode will include some real "dust" - meaning you’ll be seeing more than the average amount of oddities popping up.

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Destiny Alpha gameplay first impressions: it’s just beautiful

Destiny Alpha gameplay first impressions: it’s just beautiful

The first thing I wrote about Destiny after I’d first began to play it was "Destiny is nothing if not gorgeous." This game immediately reminds one of Killzone: Shadow Fall once inside a map, but before you there, you’re given the impression that you’ve dropped into the wrong game. I thought this was supposed to be a first-person shooter - why am I picking facial features and hair color?

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PS4 Set Maker turns console camera into DIY TV show

PS4 Set Maker turns console camera into DIY TV show

After the PlayStation 4’s camera saw heavy usage with networks like Twitch for gaming broadcasts near the end of last year, Sony appears to have seen the light. The next update for Playroom will bring "Playroom Set Maker", an environment in which all manner of do-it-yourself video programs are encouraged. Of course now that Playroom is banned from Twitch, things may get a bit awkward.

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Chromecast use declining in US, research reveals

Chromecast use declining in US, research reveals

Chromecast, the tiny dongle that was supposed to do big things, may not be on track for dominance. According to a new report, usage of the Chromecast has declined overall. Though 6% of households in the US have one, less and less are using it, instead turning to other mediums.

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The Assembly trailer shows designed-for-VR Project Morpheus first

The Assembly trailer shows designed-for-VR Project Morpheus first

There’s a game designed by the folks at nDreams called The Assembly being shown off today, one made to take on the PlayStation 4 device Project Morpheus from the start. This game has been designed for virtual reality from the ground up, created by the same people who work on PlayStation Home, a PlayStation 3 game created back in 2008. If you’re a fan of PlayStation Home, you’ll recognize the look of The Assembly.

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Vita TV heading to US, dubbed PlayStation TV

Vita TV heading to US, dubbed PlayStation TV

Remember the PS Vita TV Sony launched in Japan? There was high demand for the tiny console, so much so that by September of last year the maker was considering launching the device in the United States and Europe, as well. That dream has come true, with Sony revealing at E3 today that it'll arrive in the US this fall.

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Here’s how to tune in to E3 2014 Live video feeds

Here’s how to tune in to E3 2014 Live video feeds

This week the folks at E3 2014 running events are ready and willing to bring you their presentations straight to you at home. You’ll be able to watch presentations on your Xbox One or PlayStation 4, you’ll be able to engage with Twitch, and you’ll be able to roll with the punches here on SlashGear as well! This is one E3 that you’ll not want to miss - but better yet, one you won’t have to miss either!

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E3 2014: Five games we’re anticipating most

E3 2014: Five games we’re anticipating most

There will be ups and there will be downs to this year’s E3, with games that look fantastic and release dates that will make you cry. Most of the AAA titles we’ll see appearing at E3 2014 will be set to release in the year 2015, while - by the looks of it - the whole lot will be well worth the wait. This show begins next week, while we’ll certainly see more action this whole weekend as well.

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World Record-holding video game collection hits auction block

World Record-holding video game collection hits auction block

The world record-holding world’s largest video game collection is being put up for auction with the Guinness Book of World Records to back it up. The fellow named Michael Thomasson holds the record and now needs the cash. Instead of suggesting he’s doing the honorable thing, and putting the collection in a museum, Thomasson suggests that this sale will be because of family commitments.

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Loadout shooter game heading to PS4

Loadout shooter game heading to PS4

On the PlayStation blog today, it was announced that Loadout, the insane free-to-play shooter game that lets gamers get as awkward as they do violent, will be arriving on the PlayStation 4. The game is arriving to Sony's offering as a console exclusive.

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Rabbids Kinect interactive TV show summoned by Ubisoft

Rabbids Kinect interactive TV show summoned by Ubisoft

Rabbids Invasion is the name of the game, and the name of the genre is Interactive TV Show. What you’ll be doing in Rabbids Invasion is taking part in 20 episodes of a TV show, becoming "both an actor and a spectator." This will be the first in a series of interactive TV show releases from Ubisoft should the first prove to be a success.

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Shooter Ultimate brings kid-safe free play to PS4

Shooter Ultimate brings kid-safe free play to PS4

This week the folks at Pixel Junk have teamed up with Sony to bring the game Shooter Ultimate to the PlayStation 4 for free. This game is digital-only and free to all subscribers of PlayStation Plus. Inside you’ll find yourself piloting a tiny spaceship that’s tasked with picking up tiny humans.

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