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PlayStation Plus makes Call of Duty: WWII free for June, others TBA

PlayStation Plus makes Call of Duty: WWII free for June, others TBA

The month of May is almost coming to a close which, for some gamers, means a new selection of free games for the next month. That's definitely the case for services like Google Stadia, Xbox Game Pass, and PlayStation Plus and Sony seems to be starting the ball rolling early. So early, in fact, that it has only one game to announce so far but PS Plus subscribers need not worry because the rest will be revealed sometime later this week.

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Serious Sam 4 is seriously delayed for consoles because of Stadia

Serious Sam 4 is seriously delayed for consoles because of Stadia

Game streaming services like Google's Stadia are advertised to break down barriers that prevent gamers from playing their favorite titles the way they want. It turns out there are some barriers it just can't break down, barriers that are set up more by business considerations rather than technical limitations. Gamers will be reminded of that unfortunate reality when Serious Sam 4 launches in August on PCs and Stadia but not on consoles it was once advertised to launch on as well.

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PlayStation 5 tech “ahead of anything you can buy on the PC”

PlayStation 5 tech “ahead of anything you can buy on the PC”

An interview with Epic Games founder and CEO Tim Sweeney suggested the next-gen console PS5 will keep gaming consoles alive for at least another generation. Where devout PC gamers would seem to always have an edge on gaming consoles due to their ability to upgrade all parts at will, Sony appears to be keying in on storage optimization. This bit could - and likely will be - vital to the console's success.

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Every Mortal Kombat 11 Friendship revealed so far in trailer form

Every Mortal Kombat 11 Friendship revealed so far in trailer form

Mortal Kombat 11 will get a content update soon with the 1990's favorite finishing move FRIENDSHIP. This original fan-favorite feature of the game allows the brutal violence of the game to get a healthy dose of absolute positivity, ending a match with love. Each individual fighter has the potential to deliver a hilarious ending move that'll turn cringing into giggles, and the update for the game will be free.

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Video games that are great for kids

Video games that are great for kids

In good doses, video games can be a rich source of entertainment and education for kids. Games often offer challenges to work the mind, building resilience. Some are meticulously researched. Many are colorful and intricately designed, a valuable source of inspiration and creativity.

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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 soundtrack playlist released to Spotify

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 soundtrack playlist released to Spotify

So there's something strange going on over at Spotify. It would appear that Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2, the game itself, has created a profile. The game - more than likely the creators of the game at Activision - are now on Spotify to release the music of the game before the game is officially released. This wouldn't normally be a newsworthy situation, but the music of the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater game collection is iconic - and exceedingly memorable. It's a set of songs that's seared into our brains forever.

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Ghost of Tsushima will play like a classic samurai movie

Ghost of Tsushima will play like a classic samurai movie

The PlayStation 5 may be just around the corner but the PlayStation 4 will still have some new titles coming to give the console its best exit. Iron Man VR will soon let you get a glimpse of the future and the newly announced Ghost of Tsushima will take you back to the past. But more than just a historical game, Sucker Punch's newest title makes you feel like you're the hero of a samurai movie of old.

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Marvel’s Iron Man VR finally has a new release date again

Marvel’s Iron Man VR finally has a new release date again

Many things have been postponed or canceled outright due to the COVID-19 pandemic but some things have already been delayed even before the coronavirus hit the global scene. Games, in particular, have been pushed back earlier this year or even late last year for many reasons, including quality of life for developers as well as polishing the game to their satisfaction. Fortunately, it seems that at least one game will finally make its way to players' hands, one way or the other, as Sony Interactive Entertainment just announced when PS VR owners can finally take to the skies as their favorite armored superhero.

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Sony: PlayStation 5 release still on course even with pandemic

Sony: PlayStation 5 release still on course even with pandemic

The PlayStation 5 release won't be impacted by COVID-19, Sony has said today, with the pandemic and working-from-home conditions not expected to put a dampener on the current timeline for the next-generation console. The PS5 is expected to launch during the 2020 holiday season, but there had been concerns that the coronavirus could have derailed that roadmap.

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PlayStation 4’s quirky Dreams gets a must-see demo today

PlayStation 4’s quirky Dreams gets a must-see demo today

One of the most talked about games of 2020 is definitely Dreams for the PlayStation 4. Made by Media Molecule - the same team behind LittleBigPlanet - Dreams certainly isn't a conventional game. Instead, it's more of a consumer-focused game engine that allows players to create their own games and projects and then share them with others.

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PlayStation Plus free games for May will put you in a creative mood

PlayStation Plus free games for May will put you in a creative mood

April has come to an end and we're leaving behind a very different world from what we have grown to know. There are, however, still some things that keep on going, come what may, like Sony's monthly selection of free games to paying PS Plus subscribers. With the new month comes a selection of new games, leaving behind the fast-paced and adrenaline-pumping titles April for more creative and strategic games that will have you building stuff rather than destroying things.

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CoD puts all cheaters in one game: A victory we need right now

CoD puts all cheaters in one game: A victory we need right now

The creators of the game Call of Duty: Warzone have taken a hilarious step toward ending the use of cheats in their game. Instead of stopping cheaters or banning them outright, the developers at Infinity Ward have created lobbies in which cheaters are matched against suspected cheaters. Warzone and Modern Warfare were given a boost this week too, with in-game confirmation of the banning of suspected cheaters.

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