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Rhythm slice-'em-up Beat Saber hits PlayStation VR this month

After an immensely successful run on PC, the virtual reality rhythm game Beat Saber is coming to PlayStation VR on November 20, 2018. Using dual swords, players slash incoming blocks that are synced to the beat of the music. It's a simple b...

 
 
 
 
 
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Tetris Effect will be a great way to close out the busy year

When I close my eyes throughout the month of November, I'll have visions of falling blocks perfectly slotting together. Tetris Effect launches for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR on November 9, 2018. I was on board the moment I heard this ...

 
 
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I have high hopes for Ace Combat 7's VR mode

As a regular Ace Combat onlooker, the most fascinating part of Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown has been PlayStation VR support. We won't be able to play the full campaign in the same vein as, say, Resident Evil 7, but there will be missions tai...

 
 
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Good on Sega for keeping Space Channel 5 alive

Even if I never end up playing the new Space Channel 5 designed solely for virtual reality, the knowledge that the rhythm series is alive and well in 2018 in any capacity warms my heart. Between this and the niche-PSP-series-turned-VR-game ...

 
 
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Everybody's Golf VR should be super chill

I thoroughly enjoyed spending time with Everybody's Golf last year. Not only did I feel like I was on its wavelength (no one wants to stick with a sports game when they're terrible at it), Everybody's Golf let me play as a blue-skinned, whi...

 
 
 
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Sony is coming out with two-game PlayStation VR bundles

Sony is introducing a couple more bundles for would-be PlayStation VR owners. If you've heard chatter about the new tactical squad-based shooter Firewall Zero Hour, these might be worth a quick look. The first bundle comes with PlayStation ...

 
 
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Unsettling thriller Transference now has a prequel demo

I didn't know what to make of Transference, an upcoming psychological thriller from Ubisoft, until I played it. The game is a mystery about a troubled family set within a corrupted digital simulation. Put another way, you're going to see so...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Sony is leading up to E3 with daily announcements

It feels like E3 starts earlier and earlier each year. Sony will still hold its traditional press conference at its usual time on Monday, June 11 at 6:00pm Pacific (with new looks at games like Death Stranding and The Last of Us Part II), b...

 
 
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Getting the most out of your PlayStation 3 in 2018

[We ran this in February, but we loved it so much we bumped it again for those who missed it. Enjoy! -Niero] The figures are out, and the PlayStation 4 is already close to catching up with the PlayStation 3 when it comes to lifetimes sales....

 
 
 
 
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Sony: Don't expect hardware news at E3 2018

Sony will be using its presence at E3 2018 to highlight upcoming games like Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima, and The Last of Us Part II, but we shouldn't expect any hardware news at the show. That's according to Sony Interactive Entertai...

 
 
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Moss is getting a physical release after all

Every now and then I'm reminded of my time with Moss and the little platforming adventure game cheers me right up. It's had a few months on PlayStation Network to build up word of mouth and really make a name for itself. Now, it's taking th...

 
 
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Myst maker's Obduction gets PlayStation VR support next week

I originally held off getting Cyan's alien world adventure Obduction knowing I'd much prefer to play the whole thing in virtual reality. It's just one of those games. It has been a not-insignificant wait, but the studio has finished its wor...

 
 
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Review: The Invisible Hours

What's it like to be a fly on the wall -- an innocuous bystander to everything else happening in the room? The Invisible Hours role-plays this fantasy, as it experiments with pure voyeurism and complete lack of agency. All the world's ...

 
 




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HPLargeCraft4

Home with the PSVR! Man, I so want to play it, but I have to be up in 7 hours for a big Fall Festival Field Day with my school Its going to be one wild Today we did a Thanksgiving lunch for Most of our kids dont get that at

 
Mike Sounders

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CaimDark Reloaded

Star Citizen has passed 200 million in The massive amount is somehow less amazing than the fact people are still throwing money at Star Citizen 6 years

 
kevlarmonkey

I had a defective launch ps2s, and Oni was the game that broke my I had my ps2 repaired, and I never played Oni What was a game that you were looking forward to that you never played for reasons other than the game its self

 
Gundy

Siege is pretty Although diving headfirst into realistic situations was a

 
taterchimp

How viable is the switch for Warframe if I am only playing it in handheld mode? Screen size seems like a minor issue

 
TheBlondeBass

made this for discord but my talents as an artist are underappreciated

 
CranDerey Sauce

Limo carried me in Black ops 4 good people

 
Boxed Swine

I dont always get kills as Widowmaker, but when I do they are often

 
Retrofraction

Well my animation adventure continues I saw a really interesting technique that looks like a copy off of late 80s early 90s Gundam style that I loved from 08th I might have to try it out in blender and my other programs

 
 

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