PlayStation Experience 2016 Live Stream

Watch the PlayStation Experience 2016 keynote live stream right here

December 3rd at 12:30 PM

Watch the PlayStation Experience 2016 keynote live stream right here

Two years ago, Sony decided that E3 wasn’t enough.

Rather than wait a year to showcase its games to the world, the company behind the PlayStation decided to host its own event in Las Vegas — an event that anyone could attend — and thus the annual PlayStation Experience was born.

Two years later, the third PSX, which will run from December 3rd-4th, is about to begin. Although we know the schedule of the two-day event and the panels that will be held, we still don’t know what surprises the keynote has in store.

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PS Plus Free Games

Every PS4, PS3 and Vita game you can download for free in December

November 30th at 5:53 PM

Every PS4, PS3 and Vita game you can download for free in December

With November coming to an end, Sony has finally announced the selection of free games that will be available on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita for PlayStation Plus subscribers in December. As always, you need to have an active subscription to PS Plus in order to download these games (or any free PS Plus game).

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PlayStation 4 Pro Review

PS4 Pro review: So begins the resolution revolution

November 7th at 8:00 AM

PS4 Pro review: So begins the resolution revolution

With the launch of the PlayStation 4 Pro, the era of 4K gaming has officially begun.

That’s the primary selling point of Sony’s mid-cycle console refresh — it’s the first-ever 4K console. But aside from outputting 4K graphics, the PS4 Pro is also packed with some powerful new hardware that will make all of your games run faster and smoother than before, while also providing benefits to gamers who have yet to upgrade to a 4K TV set. So is it worth upgrading to a PS4 Pro?

In order to answer that question, we need to take a closer look at the console.

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PS4 Pro Support Games

Every game that will feature PS4 Pro support at launch

November 3rd at 2:58 PM

Every game that will feature PS4 Pro support at launch

With just a week left until the release of the PlayStation 4 Pro, Sony has unveiled a list of 39 games that will be compatible with the 4K console at launch.

There was some concern about how substantial the list of supported games would be on launch day, but much like with PlayStation VR, Sony wants to come out swinging. The list includes a diverse collection of third-party games, first-party games, virtual reality experiences and well-received indie titles.

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Sony PlayStation iOS Android Games

Sony plans to bring at least 5 PlayStation games to iOS and Android

October 14th at 9:26 AM

Sony plans to bring at least 5 PlayStation games to iOS and Android

Mobile gaming is about to get a major upgrade. Hours ago, Sony announced that it would launch five or six smartphone games on both the iOS and Android mobile platforms before March 2018. This comes just weeks after Nintendo unveiled a partnership with Apple that will bring Super Mario to the iPhone.

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Best PlayStation VR Games Launch

Every single PlayStation VR launch title, ranked

October 5th at 9:27 AM

Every single PlayStation VR launch title, ranked

When PlayStation VR launches in the middle of October, there will be more than 20 games available for the platform. Although I’ll have had a chance to play a chunk of them before launch, I won’t have time to cover each and every game individually on the site. So instead, I’ve decided to put together a continually updated ranking of every launch game that I play based on how much I enjoy it.

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Review
PlayStation VR Review

PlayStation VR review: Virtual reality’s last, best shot at going mainstream

October 5th at 8:00 AM

PlayStation VR review: Virtual reality’s last, best shot at going mainstream

I’d nearly soured on virtual reality altogether before PlayStation VR arrived.

It wasn’t that I didn’t enjoy VR gaming — I just didn’t see a future in it. The amount of money you have to spend on the necessary equipment to use an Oculus Rift or an HTC Vive is ludicrous. And even if you can afford a head-mounted display (HMD), you basically have to dedicate an entire room of your home to the hardware.

Although the PlayStation VR doesn’t solve all of these problems, it’s a far more viable product, and one that signals a brighter future for the medium.

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PS4 Update 4.00 Download

PS4 Update 4.00 now available with a brand new UI, folders, HDR support and more

September 13th at 11:20 AM

PS4 Update 4.00 now available with a brand new UI, folders, HDR support and more

The most substantial PS4 update since launch has arrived.

After years of anticipation, Sony has finally brought some of the most frequently requested features to its latest console, including the ability to create folders and organize your library, overhauls for the Quick Menu and Share Menu, HDR support and a major UI refresh that will change the way you interact with your PS4.

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PlayStation VR Demo Disc

Demo disc included with PlayStation VR will feature 18 games

September 12th at 8:00 PM

Demo disc included with PlayStation VR will feature 18 games

The biggest issue with VR to date has been the lack of content.

Considering the fact that VR is a relatively new medium, this doesn’t come as much of a shock, but it’s certainly one of the primary reasons that the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive haven’t taken off. But even more frustrating than the lack of content is the difficulty one experiences trying to find any decent content in the first place.

Thankfully, with the launch of PlayStation VR later this year, Sony is going to avoid this issue altogether with an old-school solution.

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Bethesda Sony Fallout 4 Skyrim Mods

Bethesda: Sony won’t let us bring mods to Fallout 4 or Skyrim on PS4

September 9th at 11:48 AM

Bethesda: Sony won’t let us bring mods to Fallout 4 or Skyrim on PS4

When Bethesda showed off Fallout 4 at E3 2015, the biggest surprise of all was that user-created mods would be coming to both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for the very first time. It took some time, but Bethesda was finally able to bring mods to Xbox One in May — just a month after their were made available on PC.

Unfortunately, mod support on PS4 had hit a snag, but Bethesda assured fans that it would arrive soon enough. On Friday, September 9th, Bethesda backtracked on that promise, revealing that mods wouldn’t come to PS4 after all.

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PS4 Pro FAQ

Everything the PS4 Pro can and can’t do

September 8th at 12:32 PM

Everything the PS4 Pro can and can’t do

Before the end of the year, Sony will have launched not one, but two brand new PlayStation 4 consoles. The slim model will simply replace the launch PS4 as the new standard console on store shelves, but the PS4 Pro will be a genuine upgrade, bringing new features and improvements to the PlayStation 4.

At the keynote event in New York City on Wednesday, Sony spent far more time showing off 4K games than it did actually discussing what the PS4 Pro could do, so we’ve decided to collect every piece of information we could find about the high-end console and wrap it all into a convenient bullet point list.

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PS4 Pro Reveal

Sony introduces the PS4 Pro, focusing on 4K and HDR gaming

September 7th at 3:14 PM

Sony introduces the PS4 Pro, focusing on 4K and HDR gaming

On Wednesday afternoon at the PlayStation Meeting in NYC, Sony finally took the wraps off of the PlayStation 4 Pro, which it originally announced back in June. The console, as expected, is a significant upgrade over the PS4 (and PS4 Slim), featuring upgraded specifications and support for 4K gaming and video.

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