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Final Fantasy VII for PS4 lets you cheat

Final Fantasy VII for PS4 lets you cheat

Over the weekend, Square Enix finally delivered Final Fantasy VII to the latest generation of consoles. Of course, this isn't the remake that we've all been clamoring for. We did get some news about that version, and a peek at just what it will look like. However, if you're interested in the original, we've got some tips for you.

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New Street Fighter V character, DLC announced

New Street Fighter V character, DLC announced

While it wasn't the first arcade fighting game, Street Fighter is often credited with revolutionizing the genre. The next installment of the franchise is coming soon, and we've got a look at a new character. Capcom also announced the six DLC characters, and how to obtain them.

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Rock Band 4 gets a brutal new mode

Rock Band 4 gets a brutal new mode

You might think that Rock Band hasn't changed a lot since it originally debuted back in 2007. However, since its inception, Harmonix has put a lot of effort into making the game more realistic, with things like “pro” modes for the guitar and drums. Well this week, they're bringing a new update to the game that adds a completely new level of difficulty.

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Multi-part FF7 Remake teased, original launches on PS4

Multi-part FF7 Remake teased, original launches on PS4

Last June, Square Enix and Sony made almost every gamer's fantasy come true when the two announced that one of the most beloved Japanese RPG titles in one of the most beloved Japanese RPG franchises will finally be getting a do-over, including a long awaited visual makeover. Now half a year later, the two are once again teasing the crowd with actual in-game footage and gameplay of the Final Fantasy VII remake for the PS4, complete with obligatory eyecandy. That said, some hardcore fans might end up not liking some of the game design directions that the remake is taking the beloved classic.

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Top PS2 games are arriving for PlayStation 4 tomorrow

Top PS2 games are arriving for PlayStation 4 tomorrow

The PlayStation 2 was incredibly popular during its time, and fans far and wide fell in love with titles released for it. Time moved on, of course, and many of those titles were left behind with the console. That changes starting tomorrow, at least for some games, with Sony announcing that a number of PS2 games will be available for the PlayStation 4 starting Saturday.

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‘Amplitude’ launches for PlayStation 4 on January 5

‘Amplitude’ launches for PlayStation 4 on January 5

Harmonix’ reboot of the PlayStation 2 game Amplitude came about thanks to a healthy Kickstarter campaign, but has seen multiple delays throughout the year. As of this past summer, the maker had announced Amplitude was again delayed, and that it would be arriving in early 2016 for most users. Fast forward to today, with Harmonix announcing the official launch date: January 5. This pertains only to the PlayStation 4 version, however.

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PS4 Battlefront and Uncharted bundles arrive December 6

PS4 Battlefront and Uncharted bundles arrive December 6

Sony has a couple of new PlayStation 4 bundles up its sleeve and they’ll be arriving on December 6, remaining available for a couple of weeks before disappearing shortly ahead of Christmas. First among them is the Star Wars Battlefront Standard Edition PS4 bundle, which is priced at $299.99 USD, and joining it is the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection PS4 bundle, which comes with the same price tag.

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Oft-delayed Mighty No. 9 gets new trailer, 2 player mode details

Oft-delayed Mighty No. 9 gets new trailer, 2 player mode details

Keiji Inafune's twice delayed Mighty No. 9 has just released a brand-new trailer highlighting gameplay and a number of the title's features and play modes. The game is now on track for a February 9th release in the US, and February 12th for the rest of the globe, and now developers Comcept are revealing some of the first details on Mighty No. 9's two-player modes, including co-op and competitive.

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Sony unlocks PS4’s 7th core for more power

Sony unlocks PS4’s 7th core for more power

When it comes to consoles, Microsoft and Sony are constantly trying to get a leg up on the competition.(Meanwhile, Nintendo happily just does their own thing.) If one or the other can somehow squeeze a little extra juice out of their console, they might be able to sway consumers into choosing them. Well, today it seems that Sony is giving a little extra power to PS4 developers.

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PS4 remote play will work for PC AND Mac

PS4 remote play will work for PC AND Mac

Apple computers as well as Windows computers will be able to roll with the official version of Sony's PlayStation 4 Remote Play functionality. Official word came from the master himself, Shuhei Yoshida, on Twitter just this week. Just after a 3rd-party developer made his mark on the world by creating an official app for Windows machines to stream PS4 gameplay, Sony announces that they've essentially seen the value. This isn't all that great a piece of news for the developer of the unofficial app, which will become less-than-necessary soon - but we'll give him a hearty round of applause in the meantime.

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EA promises free DLC for Star Wars: Battlefront

EA promises free DLC for Star Wars: Battlefront

EA and Dice have gotten a lot of flack for Star Wars: Battlefront, partially because of the season pass that they're offering. Namely, people don't want to have to shell out over $100 just to get the same, full game that everyone else will be playing. In fact, the DLC that they've announced for the season pass appears to have more content than the base game itself. The good news is that for those that don't want to pony up the extra cash, there's still more free content on the way.

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Sony PS4 tops 30M sold worldwide

Sony PS4 tops 30M sold worldwide

Looks like Sony has its own reasons to be thankful for the PlayStation 4 this holiday week, about 30 million of them, in fact. The company has revealed that its latest video games console has passed 30.2 million units sold worldwide since it first launched in 2013. Sony notes that the sales figure was a total as of Sunday, November 22nd, exactly two years and seven days since the PS4 debuted in the US. It also means the number is likely spike up even more over the next few weeks, once the holiday shopping season kicks off this Friday.

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