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Deal of the day: PS4 Pro price is $40 cheaper thanks to pre-owned deal

The PS4 Pro price is now $40 cheaper than it was at launch thanks to a pre-owned deal, while the PS4 Slim is more than half off its original launch price. So, if you’ve been waiting to upgrade to Sony’s latest generation gaming consoles, Amazon is making now a decent time to jump into the future.  Both the PlayStation 4 Slim and and PlayStation 4 Pro have significantly lowered prices on used models that are …

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We Happy Few Release Date, PS4 Version Announced

We Happy Few, the unsettling first-person game showcased during Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference this past June, is currently available in Early Access and Game Preview for PC and Xbox One, but now we know when the full version is set to launch. Developer Compulsion announced that the title will receive a physical release courtesy of Gearbox next year, and in addition to the aforementioned platforms, it will also arrive on PlayStation 4. We Happy …

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Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition Review – PS4

HD remakes, remastered collections, and celebratory re-releases are a mainstay of the launch slate these days – love ’em or hate ’em. Usually the retread treatment gets lavished on childhood classics or highlights of the previous hardware generation. It’s not entirely clear if anyone predicted that infamous schlock fest Night Trap would make its way to PlayStation 4 in a shiny new wrapper. But here we are and, inexplicably, it’s actually good. A gloriously trashy product …

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Hellblade is One Patch Away From Greatness on PS4

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Historically, there has been a stigma associated with budget game releases. If there wasn’t enough confidence to charge full price, there was a good chance the game was a real stinker. Thankfully, that paradigm has changed completely, and Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is an excellent example of what can be achieved in a half-price game with a smaller scope. Set in …

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PS4 Pro Could Nearly Match Xbox One X’s Power Thanks To New AMD Graphics Tech

PreviousSlide 1/3Next What is Rapid Packed Math? This is all a bit technical, but, very basically, Rapid Packed Math allows games to render certain graphical effects using 16-bit processing rather than 32-bit processing. That frees up extra power the GPU can use elsewhere. Under ideal conditions, Rapid Packed Match could potentially double the processing capabilities of the GPU, allowing it to do two 16-bit tasks at once instead of one 32-bit one, although that won’t …

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An Extra PS Plus Freebie Is Now Available On PS4

While the month’s selection of six free games is the main highlight for PlayStation Plus members, they aren’t the only thing that subscribers are entitled to right now. An additional freebie has just come online for anyone with a PS Plus membership. As announced last month, Plus members can now pick up a free DLC pack for Dreadnought, which is currently in open beta for all PS4 owners. The Dreadnought Plus Pack, as it’s called, …

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Cities: Skylines PS4 Review

Game: Cities: Skylines Consoles: PC, Xbox One, PS4 (Reviewed) Publisher: Paradox Interactive Developer: Colossal Order Cities: Skylines is a new take on an ever shrinking genre. It has been several years since the release of a new SimCity game and we may never see one at this rate. Although the city-building genre hasn’t really ever been wildly popular, there is still an audience for it. Cities: Skylines takes the formula of SimCity and does a lot …

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Matterfall Review – PS4 | Push Square

In a weird kind of way, Matterfall is what Mighty No. 9 was supposed to be. Artistically, the Housemarque developed side-scroller couldn’t be different to Keiji Inafune’s cartoon Kickstarter, but the gameplay – which is designed around a dash mechanic, just like Mega Man’s ill-fated spiritual successor – has many similarities. The question is: a couple of months on from the outstanding Nex Machina, can the Finnish firm deliver arcade gold yet again? Sadly, not …

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Win An Explorer Edition Of ARK: Survival Evolved On PS4 Or Xbox One! (Australia Only)

GameSpot and Five Star Games are pleased to be giving readers the chance to win one of ten Explorer Edition copies of ARK: Survival Evolved on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One! Dive into the ultimate in threatening islands as the world of ARK challenges you to stay alive through natural hazards, prehistoric beasts, roaming dinosaurs, and everything else that goes ‘bump’ in the wild! Ten lucky readers will win an Explorer Edition of ARK: Survival …

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Sonic Mania Review – What’s Old is New Again… Kinda (PS4)

Just about everyone who regularly plays video games can trace their love of the medium back to one or two formative experiences in their childhood. They’re the moments you find yourself revisiting time and time again in your memory – the ones you wish you could relive, if only to feel excitement and wonder that strongly once more. For me, those formative experiences were playing Pokémon Red and Blue on the original Game Boy and …

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F1 2017 PS4 Pro Runs At 4K/60FPS with HDR Support & Upgraded Shaders; Downsampling on Regular Full-HD Screens

Sony has provided more details about the F1 2017 PS4 Pro improvements, including 4K and HDR support alongside other visual enhancements. As covered in recent our interview with Codemasters’ Creative Director Lee Mather, F1 2017 will support High Dynamic Range (HDR) on consoles, including the PS4 Pro, Xbox One S, and the upcoming Xbox One X. Aside from the more crisp, natural colors that HDR offers, image quality of the game has been increased with a …

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Big PS4 Reveals Planned at Sony’s Paris Games Week Press Conference

Sony will hold a European press conference this year, as it’s revealed that it’ll be broadcasting live from the French capital as it holds its second ever Paris Games Week media briefing. The company skipped on a showcase in its most popular territory last year, favouring E3 and PlayStation Experience. We already know that PSX 2017 will take place in December, however, so it seems like it’s just got a lot to talk about this …

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Re:Legend coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch

Re:Legend coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch Kickstarter campaign reaches all console stretch goals. The Kickstarter campaign for Re:Legend, the co-op monster-raising RPG from independent developer Magnus Games, has been fully funded and reached all of its console support stretch goals, meaning the game will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch in addition to the initially planned PC version. The campaign has also reached funding goals for a live orchestra recording, new …

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Re:Legend Coming to Switch, PS4, and Xbox One Following Kickstarter Campaign

The developers for Re:Legend, Magnus Games, launched a Kickstarter campaign not too long ago that included stretch goals for various consoles. With 11 days to go, the game managed to reach all of the console stretch goals ranging from the Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox One. So far, a grand total of $322,776 has been pledged, but it seems like there are still three more goals to reach. Aside from its console ports, the game …

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Why AMD’s new graphics cards could mean good news for PS4 Pro owners

Last week, AMD announced its newest series of high end graphics cards, , which introduce a number of new technologies on the PC platform. However, it’s since emerged that these technologies on the .  The PS4 Pro includes a chip manufactured by AMD based on its Polaris architecture, which is how the technology is able to come to the platform.  However despite the fact that the PS4 Pro’s upcoming competitor, the , is also built …

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