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Sony sets release date for Venom movie in 2018

Put a splotch on your calendars.

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Sony sets release date for Venom movie in 2018

Put a splotch on your calendars.

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State Of The Game: AMD And NVIDIA Talk 4K Gaming And Why The PS4 And Xbox One Are A Downgrade

While the Xbox One and PS4 took a lion’s share of the limelight at E3, there was more to the event than the console launches and their Day One games lineups. While catching up with NVIDIA about SHIELD at E3 I also heard about some of their plans for PC gaming. Arch-rivals AMD also have plenty to say on that subject, and an AMD spokesperson took a few moments to fill me in on their perspective too.

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A Hands-On Look At ‘Rain’ For The PS3

I could tell I was going to enjoy Rain just by the loading screen. It was painted with—wait for it—watercolors. With gentle humor like that, I could see that Rain is the antidote to games with too much sound and fury. Although I saw some great games at E3, none were as quiet as Rain, the upcoming game by SCE Japan Studio. It’s an adventure, but one whose soundscape is filled with the patter of raindrops, not the thunder of bullets.

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And The Winner Of The PlayStation 4/Xbox One Console Wars Is…The PC?

“X-Box One: Because that’s how many we’re gonna sell,” gamer Paul Sposato wrote on his Facebook page when he saw the Microsoft and Sony announcements at E3. Sposato is an Xbox enthusiast, an Xbox loyalist. But after last night’s presentations, he does not plan on buying the new-generation console, Xbox One.

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Puppeteer: Not Your Daddy’s Platformer

When I hear the word “platformer,” I think Sonic the Hedgehog or Super Mario Bros. Sometimes I think about Jak and Daxter or Ratchet & Clank. But now I’m going to be thinking of Puppeteer, the upcoming PlayStation game that also happens to be one of the most visually arresting games I’ve ever seen. Every […]

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CEO of Ustream Discusses the Sony PlayStation 4, Turning Gamers Into Broadcasters: Let the games begin

Did you watch the passing of Asteroid 2012 DA14 near Earth last week? Many did—and not just on television. Over eight million people watched it live on Ustream, a video streaming service. That’s more than CNN, MSN, and Fox News combined.

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Four More Games Revealed at the Sony PlayStation 4 Event (The Witness, Deep Down, Watch Dogs, and um, Diablo III)

There were game trailers and demos aplenty at the Sony PlayStation 4 event last night, a fabulous feast for the eyes. In part one of this article, I mentioned four games that Sony is bringing to the PlayStation 4. Here’s part two, below.

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The First Four Games Unveiled at Sony’s PlayStation 4 Event (A look at Knack, Killzone, Driveclub, inFamous)

The PlayStation 4 will be released during the 2013 holiday season, which could mean could release their newest console anywhere between mid November to December 31. But what’s a console without games to play them on? not only revealed some important facts (while leaving out a few) about the PS4, but also gave us a […]

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Five Unanswered Questions from the PlayStation 4 Event

I just came back from liveblogging the PlayStation 4 event, and boy, my fingers are tired. We saw some pretty spectacular clips of upcoming titles and learned a bit about the new console. But for all we learned about the next generation of Sony’s game console, we still have a few unanswered questions.

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