Archive | February, 2015

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Bloodborne: New Boss Revealed

Hello, PlayStation Blog readers. This is Kitao, PR Manager for Bloodborne in Japan. Today I would like to introduce a brand new boss enemy from the game. Just like in Demon’s Souls, Bloodborne will feature many boss enemies of all shapes and sizes, and there will be a variety of ways to defeat them. So […]

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Lenovo Promises No More Bloatware Starting with Windows 10

Moving on from Superfish What a month it’s been for Lenovo, the world’s top supplier of PCs and generally a well liked company. The OEM put both of those traits at risk by pre-loading adware onto its consumer laptops and desktops, adware that was later discovered to be a serious security threat. We might never […]

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Alone With You: A Sci-fi Romance Adventure on PS4

I can’t tell you how exciting it’s been to be a PlayStation developer. I jumped on board with the PS4 and Vita launch of my horror game Home last fall, and now I’m excited to finally share with you some lovely news about my new title in development, Alone With You! Alone With You will […]

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La-Mulana EX Out Next Week, The “EX’ stands for “Extra”

Hello, fellow explorers! It’s been a while but, finally, I’m happy to say that thanks to our friends at Rising Star Games, the western release of La-Mulana EX on PS Vita is right around the corner! The game is already out in Japan and the response from Japanese fans has been overwhelming, so I hope […]

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This Is How Verizon Bullshits You

Verizon plays you for a fool; hopes you won’t dig too deep. Today was arguably a landmark event for the FCC and net neutrality. The FCC successfully passed a vote that classifies Internet service as a public utility under Title II regulations, which makes ISPs become what’s otherwise known as a “common carrier.” If you […]

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Microsoft Removing Google Chat and Facebook from Outlook.com

Nothing but Skype from here on out For those who use Outlook.com, they will have to rely on Skype for all of their communication needs. In an email to its users, Microsoft announced that it will be removing Facebook and Google Chat from Outlook.com. It is a move that is unsurprising given how much Microsoft […]

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Tesoro Launches Low Cost Gungnir Gaming Mouse with RGB Illumination

This rodent won’t break the bank Tesoro today expanded its line of gaming mice with the Gungnir Black, an affordable rodent with customizable RGB illumination. It’s named after the magical spear Odin used in Norse mythology, which is supposed to always be able to hit its mark no matter who wields it. See where Tesoro […]

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It's Official, FCC Reclassifies Broadband Internet Under Title II

A new era for net neutrality As seemed destined to happen, the Federal Communications Commission voted today to reclassify broadband Internet service as a public utility, thus giving the FCC the power it sought to implement strict net neutrality rules. The new rules were approved in a 3-to-2 vote and also apply to mobile Internet […]

PlayStation HEROES App Launches on PS4 Today

Earlier this month, we announced PlayStation HEROES, a new initiative that brings PlayStation 4 owners and celebrities together to benefit some great charities, and today the official PlayStation HEROES app for PS4 is available for download on PlayStation Store. Now is your opportunity to enter for the chance to play Bungie’s Destiny in-person with legendary […]

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Should AMD Jump on the Chromebook Bandwagon?

Chromebooks and AMD don’t currently mix You have options when it comes to Chromebooks. Some have touch displays, a few are rugged so they can endure a day at the playground, many are relatively inexpensive at around $200, while others like the Chromebook Pixel ($1,300) are quite a bit more. But one option you don’t […]

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