Tagged: Sony

PS4 won’t have a power brick, stupid sexy PS4

Stupid sexy PS4


Shuhei Yoshida, Sony President of Worldwide Studios, has confirmed via Twitter that the PlayStation 4 will not use an outside power brick, instead they’ve somehow managed to squeeze in inside the console itself.

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Expect bigger boobs in Mirrors Edge 2


It appears 2 million copies is not enough for EA. They’re after more and they’re willing to sacrifice the style of one of their more unique IP’s for the chance to up the sales of the sequel. It’s a controversial opinion and even though I loved the original, I think the design was all the original game had, it looked gorgeous and the audio and the soundtrack were fantastic, it was however marred by it’s length and preordained corridor like levels, something I find rather humorous since the whole game see’s you fighting for the freedom of expression. I should get out more.

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Sony explains next gens PSN charge


So next gen we’re going to have to pay to play online, the waters have stilled since the public feigned anger over Sony’s decision at e3. Was anybody actually pissed at this decision? I’ve read so many bitchy, whiny comments online “I’ve spent £60 to play online this year” and “How dare they begin to charge!” Like they have any idea what it costs to keep a service like Xbox Live or PSN running.

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Sony releases PS3 4.46 update, fix bricked PS3’s


Last week Sony released the 4.45 update for their PS3, promising it would ‘improve stability’. That it certainly did not. For some who downloaded the update it completely bricked their console and wouldn’t allow it to boot.

Now, Sony has come to the rescue to fix what they have broken with update 4.46.

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Sony sacrificed it’s camera, Microsoft should do the same


There’s been an article on IGN today, in the article they claim there’s been multiple sources (they’ve given no names) who have said that the PlayStation camera was going to be included with the console, making the total price around that of the Xbox One $499.

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