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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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WipEout Omega Collection is amazing in VR

It's hard to believe today's PlayStation VR update for WipEout Omega Collection is free. As opposed to some games that support virtual reality across just a subset of the content or in side modes, here, everything is playable with the heads...

 
 
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Review: Bravo Team

Whatever else virtual reality has become in the years since its commercial debut, it's beyond dispute that it has become, in large measure, the new home of the lightgun genre. For every creative, even transcendent VR experience, there are h...

 
 
 
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Review: Sprint Vector

Sprint Vector is one of the fastest-paced VR experiences I've ever had. It's a cross somewhere between a kart racer, the first-person sprinting of Mirror's Edge, and the style of Jet Set Radio.  You can compete against AI or frien...

 
 
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Review: Moss

For a few all-too-brief hours, I felt like I had a precious little pet mouse. That's the magic of Moss. The PlayStation VR action-adventure game cleverly imagines you as a towering "reader," a sort of benevolent apparition that protects a y...

 
 
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Persona Dancing titles will have undisclosed VR elements

Sony Japan's PlayStation Blog has laid out hints that upcoming rhythm-action titles Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night will feature some form of support for PlayStation VR.Unfortunately, further information on h...

 
 
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That cute mouse adventure game Moss is out next week

With a February release planned for Moss, I started wondering what was up. We're running out of days! Thankfully, Polyarc's action-adventure game about a cute little mouse doing cute little mouse stuff is, in fact, coming out this month. Th...

 
 
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Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality hits PS4 in April

For as many PlayStation VR games as I own, so few of them are physical copies. Sometimes that's by choice (it's a lot easier to swap between games with a headset on when you don't have to change discs, and file sizes are typically small), b...

 
 
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PlayStation VR bundles are on sale again

Sony has brought back a round of discounts on PlayStation VR bundles that are worth a look. The two main bundles come with PlayStation VR 2.0, which is what you'll likely want to go for if you've held off this long. The revised model has HD...

 
 
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Moss looks like an adventure worth taking

As much as I love virtual-reality horror, it'll be nice to have another PlayStation VR game that doesn't put me on edge. Next on the docket is Moss, an action-adventure title starring an adorable mouse named Quill. It releases this month, ...

 
 
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Getting the most out of your PlayStation 3 in 2018

The figures are out, and the PlayStation 4 is already close to catching up with the PlayStation 3 when it comes to lifetimes sales. We're reaching peak PS4 time, with huge releases such as Monster Hunter: World and Wolfenstein II: The ...

 
 
 
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Sony patent suggests new PlayStation VR controller

One of the biggest pitfalls holding back PlayStation VR is its reliance on PlayStation Move controllers. They usually get the job done, but getting them to consistently track your movement is a struggle. I've learned to live with their limi...

 
 
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Review: The Inpatient

Until Dawn surprised the hell out of me. On the surface, Supermassive Games' cinematic horror adventure looked like standard slasher-film fare, but it played with genre tropes in such a delightful way and knew how to balance tension, thrill...

 
 
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PlayStation VR should hit 280 titles this year

The two million people who own PlayStation VR should be able to find something new to latch onto this year. As reported by Nikkei, Sony expects its VR platform to jump from 150 available titles to "over 280" by the end of 2018. Granted, som...

 
 
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These were the most-downloaded PS4 games of 2017

Sony has broken down 2017's most-downloaded games on PlayStation Network. While the list doesn't include PlayStation 3 this year, we've got a rundown of the most popular PS4, PlayStation VR, and Vita games, as well as PS Classics, PS4 add-o...

 
 
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Star Trek: Bridge Crew no longer requires VR

With today's PC and PS4 update, Ubisoft's social space sim Star Trek: Bridge Crew no longer requires players to use a virtual-reality headset. If you've been trying to talk your friends into playing (or vice versa), that conversation should...

 
 
 
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Destructoid's award for Best VR Game of 2017 goes to...

Modern virtual reality, in earnest, kicked off in March of 2016. It's hard to believe that it's nearly been two years, but so far the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR have made their own unique impact on the industry. Although...

 
 




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Bloodstained Curse of the Moon is easily the best classic My God it makes me

 
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I have $26 in 3DS eshop Do I buy Super Mario Land, Pokemon Sapphire, and Earthbound; All the Picross games; or take a chance on Bloodstained Curse of the Moon? Or is there another hidden gem I need to try?

 
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Wild speculation about E3 with a coworker Best crazy idea so far: Paper Mario/Rayman Legends

 
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Hottest take on Battlefield V coming right up: My apathy is like a black I literally only care that incel historians are I will never play

 
 

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