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State of Play

State of Play? State of Flop

Yesterday the first episode of State of Play, a new Sony format was broadcast, following in the footsteps of Nintendo Direct, it should become a showcase for updates and new releases from PlayStation. IS'...
PS4: remote play also for iOS.

Ps4 Remote Play on iOS.

The PS4 Remote Play on iOS thanks to the 6.50 update of the console's system firmware. At around 4 years away from Sony Xperia, now also on iOS devices, you can enjoy the ...
Battlefield 5: battle royale

Battlefield 5: imminent battle royale!

Battlefield 5: the battle royale mode called "Firestorm" is very close to release. On the daily update page of the Battlefield 5 online, the famous battle royale mode called "Firestorm" has appeared. Leak leaked thanks to user ...

Classic Playstation at the closing price.

As a result of its poor sales, Best Buy and Walmart are selling Playstation Classic at a bargain price, about $ 40. A price cut of well 60 dollars compared to ...

Antitrust considers PS Plus "unfair business practice": 2 MLN fine at Sony!

The AGCM (Competition Authority and Market Authority), also known as antitrust, in its latest weekly bulletin discussed the case of PlayStation Plus, a service offered by Sony to be able to play online ....

Sony as Nintendo: the PlayStation Classic announced

The retro gaming is in fashion: after the NES Mini and Nintendo's SNES Mini, after the software library periodically updated on Nintendo Switch with the online subscription, Sony focuses on the nostalgia effect and announces ...
Xbox One X

PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett are very interested in Bethesda's Pete Hines

While we are still in full generation of consoles with PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X, it has long been talked about the real next gen, with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett, if ever so ...

Erebus is not the code name for PlayStation 5, Epic Games puts an end ...

Only yesterday we reported the news that a user, on ResetEra, had revealed that he had found references to an unknown "Erebus" console in the Unreal Engine 4 codes. Some clues and assumptions had ...

Team Razer and Evil Geniuses to Take the World by Storm

Razer signs on the powerhouse exports team from San Francisco for two years. SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - lt; href = "https://twitter.com/hashtag/Razer?src=hash" target = "_ blank" gt; #Razerlt; / agt; - Razer ™, the ...

Nixeus Reveals High Octane Gaming Monitors

Engineered and Designed for Gamers, Nixeus '27' WQHD 144Hz EDG27v2 Gaming Monitor series is AMD Radeon FreeSync Certified and ...

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