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PlayStation Network social, gaming issues continue to plague gamers

PlayStation Network social, gaming issues continue to plague gamers

PlayStation 4 owners have been complaining about issues with the PSN service most of today (Thursday), primarily about trouble getting into in-game parties and joining voice chats. Sony updated the PSN status page with a warning about Gaming and Social issues earlier today, saying about 4PM EST that it was investigating the issue. No update has been given and the issues persist.

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Fortnite PS4 party issue is keeping players out of Squads

Fortnite PS4 party issue is keeping players out of Squads

Following the Season 5 update for Fortnite, some PlayStation 4 players are reporting issues joining other players' parties, making it impossible to play Duos and Squads. Epic Games has acknowledged these reports, stating earlier today that it is "monitoring" the situation with plans to update gamers when the issue is fixed.

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PS Store summer sale 2018: this month’s big PS4 game deals arrive

PS Store summer sale 2018: this month’s big PS4 game deals arrive

Sony has officially taken the wraps off its PS Store summer sale 2018, the time during which it slaps a bunch of deep discounts on games for the PS3, PS4, and PS Vita. As we've come to expect, Sony has some major discounts for big and small titles alike, some of them as much as 60-percent off, though you'll need a PS Plus subscription to get the best rates. We've picked some of the best deals to make shopping easier.

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Death Stranding just keeps on piling the questions, discomfort

Death Stranding just keeps on piling the questions, discomfort

When Hideo Kojima left Konami and established his own indie studio, it was perhaps expected he would carry on the legacy of his Metal Gear series, especially with the studio’s logo. Death Stranding, however, is anything but. The first trailer was nothing short of disturbing and it seems that every trailer hence have just stepped up that feeling. This year’s PlayStation E3 event is definitely no different and opens up more questions that it answers.

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The Last of Us Part 2: watch 12 minutes of intense gameplay

The Last of Us Part 2: watch 12 minutes of intense gameplay

During its E3 event this evening, Sony has kicked things off with an extended look at The Last of Us 2, a sequel to the hit 2013 game. The title was announced earlier today, but now we've gotten an actual look at the game...12 straight minutes of it, to be exact. The extended trailer shows both gameplay and thematic scenes.

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PlayStation Plus free games for June feature a must-play strategy game

PlayStation Plus free games for June feature a must-play strategy game

With the first day of June coming up at the end of this week, it's time to take a look at the free PlayStation Plus games for the next month. As always, there are two free games up for grabs for the PS4, PS3, and PS Vita. June's lineup is rather tame as far as big names go, but there's one game that strategy fans will definitely want to download while it's free.

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PlayStation Vue rolls out local live FOX channels in 34 markets

PlayStation Vue rolls out local live FOX channels in 34 markets

Sony has pushed out an update for PlayStation Vue, its OTT streaming live television service. With the update comes a live Fox feed for a total of 34 local designated market areas. This gives PlayStation Vue an edge over competing services that aren't able to offer the same FOX-branded live feed. This joins the recent launch of 193 regional FOX sports network channels.

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Portable PlayStation might make a comeback

Portable PlayStation might make a comeback

Although the Nintendo Switch was long rumored, just like a new smartphone, its wild success was still a pleasant surprise, even to Nintendo itself. But no one was perhaps more surprised than Sony's PlayStation division, which didn't see a market for portable gaming. At least according to former PS chief Andrew House. Now the tables have turned and heads have changed and new chief John Kodera is singing a different tune, one that's more open to the possibility of yet another portable PlayStation to challenge the Switch's dominance.

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Rainbow Six Siege will be free starting tomorrow: how to get it

Rainbow Six Siege will be free starting tomorrow: how to get it

Tactical shooting game Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege will be free on all the platforms it supports this upcoming weekend. The game was first launched on December 1, 2015, ultimately enjoying solid ratings from critics and players. It's not unusual to see these games offered for free occasionally once used prices drop substantially, and that's what is happening starting tomorrow.

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PlayStation Now finally adds first PS2 titles for streaming

PlayStation Now finally adds first PS2 titles for streaming

Once upon a time, it seemed that the future of gaming would be in streaming. Not live streaming game playthroughs but actually streaming the contents of the game and sending back input from console to server. Neither of the two biggest game streaming services, Sony's PlayStation Now and NVIDIA's GeForce NOW, really gained mass appeal to cement game streaming's place in the market. Now Sony is giving it another try by appealing to one of the most powerful and most lucrative sentiments of late: nostalgia.

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PlayStation 5 not even close to a store near you!

PlayStation 5 not even close to a store near you!

The Sony PlayStation 5 (PS5) might exist at some point, but for now - it's at least a couple years off. This information comes from a report that speaks with industry insiders who, in turn, suggest that there's no real news to be told. It's sort of like a non-report - or maybe a better comparison to make would be to a scientific study that proves a theory incorrect.

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God of War gameplay: 15 minutes of GLORY

God of War gameplay: 15 minutes of GLORY

Today Sony released a whopping 15 minutes of gameplay for God of War 2018 - aka God of War PS4. This game is a whole new world for our best buddy Kratos, in gameplay, in weaponry, and in mythology. This game is no longer played with a fixed-camera point of view, instead opting for over-the-shoulder free camera action. And there's no more double-chained blades - SHOCK.

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