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Final Fantasy VII Remake gameplay trailer reassures fans it’s all real

Final Fantasy VII Remake gameplay trailer reassures fans it’s all real

Given how long fans have been dying to see Final Fantasy VII in glorious photorealistic 3D and how long Square Enix has been promising it's coming, it's not hard to be suspicious and critical of the publisher's silence on the matter. After all, it's easy enough to whip up cutscenes or wallpapers to tease the public. Fortunately, at Sony's recent State of Play, it showed actual gameplay footage of what could be, once again, the most anticipated game that will hopefully actually be released soon.

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New PlayStation VR bundles offer golf, action, and animatronic horror

New PlayStation VR bundles offer golf, action, and animatronic horror

Later this month, Sony will release two new PlayStation VR bundles with the hardware players need to get started with the system, as well as games ranging from golf to action and horror. The games come in the form of both Blu-ray discs and digital voucher codes (depending on title), and they're joined by the expected PS VR demo disc with additional experiences.

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Best Buy is now handing out PlayStation Classics as free bonus items

Best Buy is now handing out PlayStation Classics as free bonus items

At this point, it's probably safe to say that PlayStation Classic has flopped. The idea behind it was solid enough, as there's definitely a nostalgia-fueled demand for retro consoles like this, but when the PlayStation Classic released, it became clear that Sony's execution was at least a little off. What followed this realization were a series of price cuts that ultimately saw many retailers offering the PlayStation Classic at half (or even more) off its original retail price of $100.

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Sony’s PlayStation 5 release date teasing gets more specific

Sony’s PlayStation 5 release date teasing gets more specific

Just last week, Sony shared the first official details about the PlayStation 5. Even though that's a sure sign the next generation is on the way, Sony didn't mention anything about the PS5's release date or pricing. The company - or more specifically Mark Cerny, who was the lead architect on the PS4 and the PS Vita - simply said that the console won't be on shelves in 2019.

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Sony’s $70k Android TV is PS5’s secret weapon

Sony’s $70k Android TV is PS5’s secret weapon

So you've heard about the PlayStation 5 features confirmed by Sony this month - but one big piece of the puzzle remains missing. A video game console like a PlayStation is only half of the equation. You also need a television - or at least a monitor - to make use of the power of the console. For that, Sony's got a WHOLE BUNCH of new pieces of equipment, including one MASSIVE TV - the most beastly television we've ever seen put on sale to the public.

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Tips: PS5 powerful, but Xbox Two expandably more

Tips: PS5 powerful, but Xbox Two expandably more

Why do we care so very much about the respective power levels of each new video game console? Apparently, as rumors of PS5 and Xbox One 2 (or whatever you'd like to call it) suggest, it's not even that we care about the features of the device, but that our device is better than its biggest competitor. Have we been roped in by Sony and Microsoft for a never-ending battle of oneupmanship and, in the process, are emptying our wallets out each new iteration? I mean, probably yes.

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Sony details PlayStation 5 hardware out of nowhere

Sony details PlayStation 5 hardware out of nowhere

When most of us woke up this morning, we probably weren't expecting to hear the first official details about the PlayStation 5. That's exactly what happened, though, as Sony's Mark Cerny - who was the lead architect on both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita - sat down with Wired to dish some early information about his company's next console. If there was any question that the next generation is right around the corner, it seems the matter can now be laid to rest.

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Sony now automatically replaces offensive PSN IDs with placeholders

Sony now automatically replaces offensive PSN IDs with placeholders

This week, Sony finally made it possible for PlayStation users to change their PSN ID, a request players have been making for years. Ahead of the feature's broad launch to all customers, however, Sony published a long list of FAQ about the change and usernames in general. Among other things, players were warned their new name shouldn't violate the company's guidelines, and now we know what happens when someone doesn't follow that rule.

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PlayStation Plus subscribers get exclusive free Fortnite Carbon skin

PlayStation Plus subscribers get exclusive free Fortnite Carbon skin

Sony has a special treat for PlayStation Plus subscribers right now: a free Fortnite skin and back bling called 'Carbon.' The offer is exclusive to PlayStation Plus, the company's subscription plan for PS4 owners who want to play multiplayer games online. This isn't the first time PlayStation 4 console owners have been offered a free skin, but it won't be available forever.

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Iron Man VR flies into PlayStation VR exclusivity

Iron Man VR flies into PlayStation VR exclusivity

With Avengers: Endgame just a month away, you can expect all the related merchandise to start popping up left and right. That, of course, includes games that will try to tie in with the film or try to fulfill the desire to be in the superheroes' shoes or, in this case, armor. While many such games allow you to control these comic book characters, few lets you actually be them. And when it comes to donning a superhero guise, Iron Man and virtual reality is the perfect match.

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No Man’s Sky: Beyond explores new worlds with PlayStation VR support

No Man’s Sky: Beyond explores new worlds with PlayStation VR support

No Man's Sky was a prime example of how to hype a new product to the stars and fall flat on its face. To its credit, developer Hello Games has spent the last two or so years repairing and regaining its credibility, finally bringing features it promised would be present on day one. With that sordid past behind it, No Man's Sky is now venturing into new territory including, of course, virtual reality via the PlayStation VR platform.

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Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted arrives on PS VR this spring

Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted arrives on PS VR this spring

Five Nights at Freddy's, the point-and-click survival horror game that exploded in popularity a few years ago, is coming to PlayStation VR. Sony revealed the plan as part of its PlayStation announcements today, explaining that PS VR players will get access to Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted starting this spring, presenting them with a 'collection of VR experiences.'

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