Archive | March, 2016

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Axiom Verge Comes to PS Vita April 19

I’ve been looking forward to making this announcement for a long time. When I announced Axiom Verge for PlayStation 4, I also said that not only was it coming to PS Vita as well, but that it would be Cross Buy. It took far longer than I expected to make good on that commitment, but […]

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Eclipse DLC Map Pack on PS4 April 19

Get ready, PlayStation nation: the next DLC map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is called Eclipse* and it’s launching first on PS4 April 19. Eclipse will give you four new multiplayer maps to flex your skills on — including a modern reimagining of the classic Call of Duty: World at War map, […]

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X Coming West to PS4, PS Vita

Hatsune Miku is the world’s most famous digital singer, and now she’s coming back to PlayStation bigger and better than ever in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X! The core rhythm gameplay is back, but there’s a whole host of new additions to this game that separate it from previous Project Diva titles — if you’re […]

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Newegg Daily Deals: The All Asus Graphics Card Edition!

Top Deal: Tired of always going the budget route? Hey, there’s nothing wrong with being tight with your money, but once in awhile it’s fun to splurge. And with this being the year of VR, if you’re need of a new graphics card, now is as good of a time to splurge as any. Need […]

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UC Irvine is Handing Out Academic Scholarships to Hardcore Gamers

Gaming the education system Kids looking to convince their folks to let them spend more time in front of the PC playing games can now play the college card. How so? The University of California, Irvine, is launching an official e-sports initiative this fall and plans to hand out as many as 10 academic scholarships […]

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Ubuntu Bash and Linux Command Line Headed to Windows 10

Opposites attract If you think Windows and Linux go together like peanut butter and mustard, you’re in for a surprise. Out of all the things Microsoft has talked about at its Build Developer Conference so far, one of the most interesting is its plan to bring native Bash and with it support for Linux command […]

Street Fighter Brings Pro Competitor and Game Creator Together

Hi PlayStation.Blog! This is Yoshinori Ono from Capcom. It’s been a busy month with the launch of Street Fighter V and the start of the 2016 Capcom Pro Tour season. A game without a community is a game that won’t last, and I’m always proud to tell people that Street Fighter has one of the […]

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Oculus Rift Teardown Reveals a Clever Design without Gobs of Glue

Ripping open the Rift There’s a somewhat depressing trend in today’s mobile gear, and that’s the copious use of glue to hold things together. It’s effective, but it also makes do-it-yourself repair a headache. Unlike the majority of desktop PCs, mobile gadgets just aren’t designed to be user serviceable. Of course, there are exceptions to […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Stikbold, Out Next Week on PS4

Welcome to the world of Stikbold! It’s dodgeball with a dose of 70’s style and handsome moustaches and set in wild arenas where anything goes. Throw bees at your opponents, squish them with a whale, or pursue them with a minivan — it’s all allowed. We’re pleased to tell you that Stikbold is coming to […]

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