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Major Digimon Survive release date delay official: Q2 at least

Major Digimon Survive release date delay official: Q2 at least

Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc. announced on the 15th of October that they'd be moving Digimon Survive to 2021. This game was originally expected to be released inside the fourth quarter of 2020, but circumstances dictated that the company needed to give the game more time in development before it was ready to prime time. A statement from Kazumasa Habu was released this morning for the public to peruse.

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Sony reveals huge PlayStation 5 deep-dive into new PS5 UI

Sony reveals huge PlayStation 5 deep-dive into new PS5 UI

Sony has revealed the final design for the PlayStation 5's interface, and while the next-gen console might not be available yet, you can already see what the new user experience looks like. Reworked, Sony says, so that it puts everything a gamer might need front and center, it also focuses on the speed at which you can jump into your games.

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Sony brings Apple TV app to Android TV on select smart TVs

Sony brings Apple TV app to Android TV on select smart TVs

How much TV can you handle? If you ask Sony, the answer might be "as many as it can cram into a single device." Of the major Android phone makers, Sony is perhaps the only one outside of Chinese brands that actually produces smart TVs running Android's TV incarnation. That makes it almost odd, then, to hear that it is bringing Apple TV to some of these, but that might all for be the best as it could indicate a rollout of Apple's video streaming app to Android TV in general.

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PS4 update 8.00 added a privacy notification that has players panicking

PS4 update 8.00 added a privacy notification that has players panicking

The newly released PlayStation 4 version 8.00 software update rolled out to console owners today, adding a number of new features while taking away a couple of minor ones. Not mentioned in Sony's update announcement, however, was a new notification that has caught players off guard and raised concerns about privacy -- one pointing out that voice party conversations may be recorded and the audio may be made available to Sony moderators for review.

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Burger King is giving away a bunch of PlayStation 5s

Burger King is giving away a bunch of PlayStation 5s

Earlier this week, Burger King started teasing something to do with the PlayStation 5. The teaser didn't amount to much - merely the King looking into a Burger King food bag that would glow blue and make the PS5 startup chime whenever it was opened - but we assumed that the fast food joint was teasing some kind of giveaway. As it turns out, we were right.

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PS4 system update 8.00 launches today: Here are all the changes

PS4 system update 8.00 launches today: Here are all the changes

Sony today is rolling out system update 8.00 for PlayStation 4, and though it doesn't bring any major changes along with it, it does bring a lot of little quality of life ones. For starters, the update integrates the Party and Messages app so that the two share the same groups; now, it seems, you'll be able to send messages or begin Party chats with groups of players your previously interacted with across both apps.

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Next big PlayStation 5 news could come from an unlikely source

Next big PlayStation 5 news could come from an unlikely source

With the PlayStation 5 on the horizon, it seems that Sony and Burger King are plotting some kind of team up. Burger King is teasing an announcement for later this week, and even though the teaser isn't exactly overt, it's clear that whatever is on the way involves the PlayStation 5 to some degree. Whether it indicates a PlayStation 5 giveaway at Burger King or something even bigger is anyone's guess at this point.

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These Prime Day Sony noise-canceling headphones deals are a flagship steal

These Prime Day Sony noise-canceling headphones deals are a flagship steal

Sony's WH-1000XM4 noise canceling headphones are getting a tasty Amazon Prime Day deal, with the flagship cans getting a 20-percent cut and a promo on top of that. That's right, it's Amazon Prime Day, and while a lot of the deals can have a "clear out the warehouse" feel to them, Sony's cuts across its noise cancelling headphone range are legit.

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Xperia 5 II US pre-order comes with a Gaming Bundle

Xperia 5 II US pre-order comes with a Gaming Bundle

Sony has been relatively silent on the smartphone front and you might have presumed it has dropped off the mobile space completely. You have even missed last month's announcement of the Xperia 5 II, its latest and greatest designed to appeal to a lucrative mobile gaming market. As if to really emphasize that gaming bent, Sony is starting pre-orders of the late 2020 flagship with a bundle that gamers, especially Call of Duty Mobile gamers, will appreciate.

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PS5 Remote Play streaming means big things for PS4 gamers

PS5 Remote Play streaming means big things for PS4 gamers

Earlier today, Sony gave us some in-depth details about PlayStation 5 backward compatibility. The company announced the very short list of which PS4 games won't be playable on PS5, along with confirming which PS4 accessories would work with new hardware. As it turns out, backward compatibility isn't the only way you'll be able to play PS4 games on PlayStation 5.

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PS5 backward compatibility: 10 PS4 games that won’t be playable

PS5 backward compatibility: 10 PS4 games that won’t be playable

While Microsoft has seemingly been talking about backward compatibility at every opportunity, Sony has been more reserved about it as it concerns the PlayStation 5. In the past, Sony has said that 99% of PlayStation 4 games will be playable on PlayStation 5, but what does that really mean? Sony has shared new details about PS5 backward compatibility, finally giving us an idea of how many PS4 games won't be playable on PlayStation 5.

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PlayStation Store to reportedly stop selling PS3, Vita, PSP games on mobile and web

PlayStation Store to reportedly stop selling PS3, Vita, PSP games on mobile and web

Ahead of the PlayStation 5's launch next month, Sony is reportedly making some big changes to the way the PlayStation Store works. Apparently, the company has been sending out emails to developers saying that later this month, games for the PlayStation 3, PSP, and PlayStation Vita will be inaccessible through the PlayStation Store for web and mobile. Just as well, it seems PlayStation 4 apps, themes, and avatars are leaving the web and mobile implementations of the store as well.

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