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PSN flash sale begins on all PlayStation platforms, but you need to act fast

PSN flash sale begins on all PlayStation platforms, but you need to act fast

Just in time for the weekend, Sony has launched a flash sale on the PlayStation Network. The exciting thing about this flash sale is that it isn't just limited to PlayStation 4. You'll be able to save on games regardless of your platform of choice, whether that's PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita, or even PSP.

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July’s PlayStation Plus titles make us play the Game of Thrones

July’s PlayStation Plus titles make us play the Game of Thrones

As we close out one month and begin to enter another, we are greeted by a fresh batch of incoming PlayStation Plus games. This month, one of the selections coincides with a major event in the TV world: the return of Game of Thrones. Yes, after many months, Game of Thrones will be returning with a new season in just a few short weeks, and one of Sony's free offerings intends to get you excited.

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PlayStation Plus free games for May include Tales from the Borderlands

PlayStation Plus free games for May include Tales from the Borderlands

It's the final week of April, so you know what that means: those May flowers people keep talking about are on the way. Aside from that, though, we have a new batch of free PlayStation Plus games to look forward to, and just about one more week to grab the ones that are currently available.

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Plague Road strategy game heading to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita

Plague Road strategy game heading to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita

The turn-based strategy game 'Plague Road' will be arriving on the PlayStation 4 and the PS Vita, Sony has announced. The game, which is brightly colored and highly saturated with quasi-realistic designs, follows the story of a doctor who is heading back into a diseased city in search of survivors. It's a milestone for the game, which first launched on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter.

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PlayStation Plus April 2017 games: ‘Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime’ and more

PlayStation Plus April 2017 games: ‘Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime’ and more

It's that time of the month: Sony has detailed the upcoming free games that will be made available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in the month of April. The games, as we've come to expect, span the three big Sony consoles: the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and the PS Vita. A total of six games will be released this time around, including two for the PS4 and the notable fan-favorite title 'Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime.'

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Sony kicks off Critics’ Choice Sale on PS4, PS3, and PS Vita

Sony kicks off Critics’ Choice Sale on PS4, PS3, and PS Vita

We're in a bit of a winter lull as far as game releases go (at least until the Nintendo Switch launches next week), which makes it the perfect time for a big sale. Sony has launched a Critics' Choice Sale for those using PlayStation platforms, and as the name suggests, a number critically acclaimed games are getting some pretty heavy discounts.

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PlayStation Plus free games lineup for November announced

PlayStation Plus free games lineup for November announced

We're closing in on the end of October, which means the list of free PlayStation Plus games for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita will soon be refreshing. Sony revealed a grand total of six new PlayStation Plus titles today, with those becoming free on November 1. Though there are only two games being offered for each console, both of the PS Vita titles have some level of cross-buy compatibility with PS3 and PS4.

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Dragon Quest Builders, the Minecraft JRPG, is now in the US

Dragon Quest Builders, the Minecraft JRPG, is now in the US

Let’s face it. These days, any blocky, voxel-based, sandbox game is going to be compared with Minecraft, whether that comparison is warranted or not. And in some cases, it is very much warranted and Dragon Quest Builders might be one of those. That said, this odd new member of the famed Dragon Quest series could very well still sell, because it offers one thing that Minecraft, at least the vanilla one, doesn’t: a checklist of things to do and foes to vanquish.

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Sony outs special PS4 Final Fantasy XV Luna Edition, new PS Vita colors

Sony outs special PS4 Final Fantasy XV Luna Edition, new PS Vita colors

Sony has unveiled some new gaming gear in Japan that fans of the PS4 and the PS Vita portables will appreciate. The special edition PS4 is the PS4 Final Fantasy XV Luna Edition and it will be released in limited quantities on November 29, 2016. The MSRP for the special edition PS4 console will be 39,980 yen.

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PS Vita fully hacked to support homebrew and emulators

PS Vita fully hacked to support homebrew and emulators

With the prevalence of mobile gaming and then the focus on VR, both PC and console based, it seems that the biggest casualty in the gaming world are the handhelds. To add insult to injury, the PlayStation Vita, and especially the PS Vita TV, a.k.a. PlayStation TV, hasn't really been given that much love by Sony of late. It still has, however, its share of loyal owners who are more than happy to extend the use of their handhelds. Luckily for them, at least for the most adventurous ones, there now exists an easy to use hack that opens the door to more content, legit or otherwise.

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Twitch PlayStation Vita app now available

Twitch PlayStation Vita app now available

Twitch has launched a PlayStation Vita app, the company has announced. This joins the PlayStation app, allowing Vita owners to watch Twitch content on their portable, assuming a data connection is available. The PS Vita Twitch app supports watching both recorded and live content, lets users follow specific games and channels, search for content, browse a featured section, and more.

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World of Final Fantasy brings cute to PS4, Vita in October

World of Final Fantasy brings cute to PS4, Vita in October

The Final Fantasy series is popular mostly for its gripping story lines and memorable characters, no matter the visual form they come in. Whether it be the small, pixelated graphics of NES/SNES titles, the blocky 3D bodies of Final Fantasy VII, or the near realistic visuals of more recent installments, fans have flocked to Final Fantasy titles no matter what. Square Enix is probably banking on that loyalty when it launches "World of Final Fantasy", which will almost be hard to take seriously because of how adorable the characters look.

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