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Shadow of the Colossus PS4 remake gets a new 4K trailer

Shadow of the Colossus PS4 remake gets a new 4K trailer

There are a lot of games coming up for the PS4, with highly anticipated titles such as God of War, Spider-Man, and The Last of Us Part 2. One of the titles gamers are most excited for has to be the Shadow of the Colossus remake Sony announced back at E3 2017. This remake looks to a be a ground-up sort of deal, with Bluepoint Games and JAPAN Studios remaking the assets for 4K resolution.

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Guacamelee 2 trailer featured for PS4 with release info

Guacamelee 2 trailer featured for PS4 with release info

This morning we're having a peek at one of several new games announced for PlayStation 4 - a fan favorite: Guacamelee! The second installment in the game series features a whole lot more Mexican wrestling action with some co-op multiplayer madness dropping in from alternate dimensions. For those that have not played the first game - it is beyond strange, in a very good way.

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Xperia Touch projector gets Android 7.1.1, still unaffordable

Xperia Touch projector gets Android 7.1.1, still unaffordable

It was just earlier this month that Sony launched its Android-powered, touch-enabled short throw projector, the Xperia Touch. Sony has been more or less consistent in keeping its smartphones up to date, but it wasn’t known how fast it would be when it comes to non-smartphones. Fortunately, it seems that it isn’t making any exceptions. It has just announced the rollout of Android 7.1.1 for the smart projector that, unfortunately, is still something you won’t and can’t easily buy.

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Sony PS4 new game storm is just days away

Sony PS4 new game storm is just days away

While autumn is usually the time we see a lot of game releases, we don't usually get very many game reveals. Those are typically reserved for major trade shows like E3 or Gamescom that occur earlier in the year, but next week, Sony will change that. Today Sony announced that it will be hosting a media showcase for Paris Games Week, and it will have plenty of games in tow.

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PlayStation Sale of the Dead brings big game discounts until Halloween

PlayStation Sale of the Dead brings big game discounts until Halloween

Sony has a major sale going on in the days leading up to Halloween and it is called 'Sale of the Dead.' The sale is in its second week, which stays live until October 31 at 8AM PT. The sale covers a huge number of titles, as well as season passes and bundles. PlayStation Plus members doubly benefit from this sale, getting lower prices than non-PS Plus members.

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Sony A7R III full-frame camera is a 42.4MP powerhouse

Sony A7R III full-frame camera is a 42.4MP powerhouse

Sony's full-frame Alpha series is gaining a new model, the Sony A7R III, promising a hefty 42.4-megapixel sensor and 4K video capture. Revealed today, the A7R III can shoot at up to 10 fps in either its mechanical shutter or silent shooting modes, without sacrificing full Auto Focus and Auto Exposure tracking. It's also been brought bang up to date with the latest ports.

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Sony Aibo tipped for 2018 reboot (robot dog, smarter than ever)

Sony Aibo tipped for 2018 reboot (robot dog, smarter than ever)

A second edition Sony Aibo was tipped to be in the making for those that miss their original robot dog. The Aibo robot dog was a relatively massive hit when it was first released in the year 1999 - but Sony's restructuring several years later made the dog go the way of the dodo. Now it may be time for this electro-puppy to pounce again.

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Xperia XZ Premium leads Sony Android 8.0 Oreo releases

Xperia XZ Premium leads Sony Android 8.0 Oreo releases

It was at the beginning of September that Sony shared a list of devices that will be updated to Android 8.0 Oreo, and today it kicked off that string of updates by pushing the new OS to the Xperia XZ Premium. That the Xperia XZ Premium would be the first Sony device to get its Oreo is hardly shocking, considering that it's the newest handset to come out of Sony. That is, of course, aside from the Zperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact, but those are launching with Android 8.0 out of the box.

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Xperia XA1 Plus available in the US, no fingerprint scanner of course

Xperia XA1 Plus available in the US, no fingerprint scanner of course

Sony is giving 2017 one last hurrah before calling it done, at least as far as smartphones go. It didn’t exactly lavish much attention on a relatively less known but totally new Xperia XA1 Plus, but no one’s going to blame them. This is pretty much yet another mid-range addition to Sony’s stable that bears all the design hallmarks of a Sony smartphone. And, unsurprisingly, bears its flaws specific to the US as well.

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Xperia Hello! is Sony’s robotic butler slash smart speaker

Xperia Hello! is Sony’s robotic butler slash smart speaker

Smart home speakers are the in thing in tech these days and Sony is jumping in as well but in a different way. Back when it redefined its Xperia brand last year, it introduced a few new non-phone smart devices, including a certain Xperia Agent. Formerly a prototype, that stationary robot butler has just become a full-fledged commercial product to take on the likes of Google Home, Amazon Echo, and Apple HomePod. Meet the Xperia Hello! And, yes, the punctuation is part of its product name.

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Sony turns its eye to Nintendo Switch

Sony turns its eye to Nintendo Switch

Well this is interesting: Sony and Nintendo may usually be video game rivals, but a new Sony label will soon be bringing a game to Nintendo Switch. Sony has launched a new publishing label called Unties, and one of its first titles will be a strategy game called Tiny Metal. That game has been confirmed for launch on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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Sony’s Android-powered projector arrives in US (but ouch, that price)

Sony’s Android-powered projector arrives in US (but ouch, that price)

Sony's Xperia Touch has arrived in the US, with the unusual Android-powered projector promising interactive entertainment - at a price. Spawned from a concept design, the Xperia Touch uses an ultrashort-throw laser projection system to create a 23-inch virtual touchscreen. Sony expects it to be used for playing multimedia, making video calls, and interacting with social networks.

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