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PlayStation 4, PS Vita launching in China January 2015

PlayStation 4, PS Vita launching in China January 2015

The Xbox One might have had the crown this recent holiday season, but Sony's consoles are getting ready to take on a completely fresh and potentially huge market next month. Going behind schedule by a month, Sony has just announced that it will start selling the PlayStation 4 (CUH-1000 series) and the PlayStation Vita (PCH-2000) in China starting January 11 next year. Given than Microsoft isn't far behind, this will mark a new arena in the battle for console supremacy between the two giants.

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Sony’s PlayStation Experience: here’s what you missed

Sony’s PlayStation Experience: here’s what you missed

Sony just finished its standalone PlayStation Experience media event in Las Vegas this weekend, and it unloaded a ton of teasers on gamers. Not all of them good, unfortunately. But if you weren't keeping tabs on the press conference, you need not fret as there is plenty of time to catch up before the games hit stores next year. As to what those games are, it's a wide collection of sequels to iconic titles like Street Fighter and Yakuza, as well as a bunch of new inventions from indie developers.

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Sony, FTC settle issue on PS Vita ads; refunds coming

Sony, FTC settle issue on PS Vita ads; refunds coming

Sony is no stranger to over-the-top advertising. their recent ad had to be yanked for being a bit to risqué, and those PlayStation 9 commercials ahead of the PS2 launch were pretty impressive. When Sony released their PS Vita, a lot was promised, including the ability to play console games on the go. Today, the Federal Trade Commission and Sony have settled a claim that those ads were misleading, if not downright false. PS Vita consumers are also due a refund for the snafu.

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DekaVita 7 turns Vita TV into a portable console

DekaVita 7 turns Vita TV into a portable console

If you have held a PS Vita in your hands and though it needed a bigger screen, you may be interested in the new DekaVita 7 that has debuted in Japan. The device comes from a company called Gametech and it doesn't actually use any PS Vita tech inside, it uses a Vita TV slid into a slot on the back for playing games on the go. It's not the most portable device on the market, but if you already own a Vita TV, it might be appealing.

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PS4 pre-TGS reveal: 44 titles, Metal Slime edition, themes

PS4 pre-TGS reveal: 44 titles, Metal Slime edition, themes

Sony has just finished its pre-Tokyo Game Show conference and it unloaded a ton of things on the press and its users. Well, a ton of games actually. 44 in total. Plus a system update that might thrill gamers who love to customize their pre-gaming experience to death. And an upcoming PS4 limited edition in honor of one of the most iconic RPG monsters of all.

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Soon you can watch PS4 streams on your PS Vita

Soon you can watch PS4 streams on your PS Vita

Watching other people play games, sometimes instead of playing them yourself, is now a thing. To ride on this new "spectator sports" growing around gaming, console makers have been trying to add livestreaming features into their systems. Sony is one of the latest to jump on the bandwagon and will soon let you view streaming PS4 games even if all you own is a PS Vita.

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PlayStation Plus free games rundown hits July

PlayStation Plus free games rundown hits July

This week the folks at Sony have revealed the games you’ll be able to download and play for free on your various PlayStation devices. For the PlayStation 4 you’ll have TowerFall Ascention and Strider. For PlayStation 3 there’s Dead Space 2 and Vessel. For PS Vita you’ll find Doki-Doki Universe and Muramasa Rebirth.

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Minecraft for Xbox One, PS4, and PS3+Vita due August

Minecraft for Xbox One, PS4, and PS3+Vita due August

Minecraft for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita will land in August, alongside the PS3 version, with developer Mojang promising to salve the wait in the process. The game will cost $19.99 on each platform, though buying for PS Vita gets you the PS3 version too - or vice-versa - while those who have already bought Minecraft will be able to upgrade for a smaller amount.

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