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PlayStation Now adds horror games Until Dawn, Dead Island, and more

PlayStation Now adds horror games Until Dawn, Dead Island, and more

In the recent past, Sony made the horror game Until Dawn available to PlayStation Plus subscribers for free, and now it is finally adding it to PlayStation Now. This on-demand service allows subscribers to access a huge library of games that are available to stream instantly over the Internet, and it now includes more horror games just in time for Halloween.

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Call of Duty: WWII Limited Edition bundle goes up for preorder

Call of Duty: WWII Limited Edition bundle goes up for preorder

The limited edition Call of Duty: WWII bundle revealed last month is now available for preorder. The bundle features a camo-themed console and a military green DualShock 4 controller to match. The game itself doesn't launch until November 3, and that's when the bundle will be available. Ahead of that, though, is the option to preorder from various retailers.

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Sony’s PlayStation credit card offers tempting rewards for PS4 fans

Sony’s PlayStation credit card offers tempting rewards for PS4 fans

There's a lot of PlayStation-branded stuff out there, and today that group grows just a little bit bigger with the introduction of the new PlayStation credit card. Yes, if you're a die-hard PlayStation fan, this could indeed be the credit card for you. In fact, Sony's trying to tempt you to sign up with a significant amount of credit to the PlayStation Store.

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PlayStation Plus October 2017 free games list: Metal Gear Solid V, Amnesia

PlayStation Plus October 2017 free games list: Metal Gear Solid V, Amnesia

Sony has revealed the upcoming games that will be available for free next month to PlayStation Plus members, and it's a great lineup. Leading the roster is Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, though only PlayStation 4 owners will get that. There are a total of six titles making up this list, two of which are only for the PS3 and another two for the PS Vita.

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PlayStation Plus September 2017 free games list: inFamous Second Son and more

PlayStation Plus September 2017 free games list: inFamous Second Son and more

September is almost here and Sony has finally announced which free games it will bring for PlayStation Plus subscribers. As in the past, you'll need an active PlayStation Plus subscription to access these games; if you have one, the games will be available to download without cost via the PlayStation Store's PS Plus section. Titles are notable but, depending on what your game library already holds, may not be terribly exciting.

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PS4 update 5.0 features officially detailed: VR, friends, broadcasting and more

PS4 update 5.0 features officially detailed: VR, friends, broadcasting and more

Following a recent leak, Sony has officially detailed the features PlayStation 4 owners can expect to get in the upcoming system update 5.0. The firmware is currently in beta testing, and it brings a wide variety of changes, not the least of which is a redesigned master and sub-account system that makes it easier for families to manage their accounts. Changes are also coming for VR, managing friends, and more.

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PS4 firmware 5.0 details leak: Pro Twitch streaming at 1080p 60fps

PS4 firmware 5.0 details leak: Pro Twitch streaming at 1080p 60fps

Details about the PlayStation's upcoming firmware version 5.0 have leaked ahead of the software's actual launch, tipping console owners about the features and tweaks they can expect in the near future. This newest firmware will reportedly, first and foremost, bring Twitch streaming at 1080p / 60fps to the most powerful PS4 console, the PlayStation 4 Pro. There will also be some features for non-Pro owners.

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Crash Bandicoot remasters are harder to play, it’s not just you

Crash Bandicoot remasters are harder to play, it’s not just you

The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is unquestionably a big hit with PS4 gamers, but some of them are finding that these remasters offer quite the challenge. The original Crash Bandicoot games on PS1 weren't exactly a breeze to play through, but with the series back in the limelight, it begs the question: were these games really this difficult back in the day, or has the difficulty been bumped in the remastered versions? As it turns out, it's the latter.

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PlayStation Vue dropped its cheapest plan: $40 is the new minimum

PlayStation Vue dropped its cheapest plan: $40 is the new minimum

Livestreaming television service PlayStation Vue has dropped its cheapest television plan, making $40 the new lowest price point at which you can get the service. This is compared to the previous pricing tiers, which started at $30/month for the 'Slim' channel package. The change, at least according to a Sony spokesperson, was part of the plan all along.

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How to play PS4 games on a PC (with a DualShock 4 controller, too!)

How to play PS4 games on a PC (with a DualShock 4 controller, too!)

If you're a PC gamer with your heart set on playing a PlayStation 4 game, Sony has some good news for you. The company's PlayStation Now game service just added PS4 titles, expanding its library to more than 500 game titles. While PS Now was originally only available for the PlayStation console, Sony added support for Windows PCs in the relatively recent past. What is PlayStation Now? Think of it as Netflix for video games.

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The best free Netflix alternatives you’ve never heard of (mid-2017)

The best free Netflix alternatives you’ve never heard of (mid-2017)

Somewhere in the vast expanse between Netflix and piracy lies a slew of free, legal streaming services, some more appealing than others. These free services are supported by advertisements -- there's no free lunch, after all -- but they're a solid option for anyone who wants to ditch cable without racking up a similar bill. You've probably heard of the most popular ad-supported service, Crackle, but how about these options?

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Breaking Bad VR ‘experience’ in the pipeline with PlayStation and Sony

Breaking Bad VR ‘experience’ in the pipeline with PlayStation and Sony

Sony Pictures and PlayStation have teamed up to create a VR 'experience' based on the hit TV show Breaking Bad, it has been announced. The project appears to be very early in development and details about it are slight. The news was made public by Sony Interactive Entertainment America President Shawn Layden in a recent interview; during it, he said, 'I don't know what it's going to be. No idea what it's going to do...'

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