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New PS4 CUH-1100 TearDown, PlayStation 4 CUH-1000 Model Comparison

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5h ago - Following up on the initial announcement, today both difference comparisons and a teardown in pictures of the new PS4 CUH-1100 and the previous PlayStation 4 CUH-1000 models are available with details below.

To quote: "If you want to know the differences between the first CUH-1000 series model of the PS4 and the new CUH-1100 series which Sony has been pushing on the market lately, the Japanese blog [Register or Login to view links] did an extensive teardown of the new console and found out every little discrepancy between the two SKUs.

Power consumption between the two models is about the same both in stand-by mode and when turned on, while the CUH-1100 is about 50 grams lighter than its older counterpart, weighing 2.70 Kg instead of 2.75.

The new motherboard has the model number SAB-001, while the original one was SAA-001. Below you can see two pictures featuring both sides of the new board.

 

Sony Announces Bandai Namco PlayStation Store PSN Sale, Details

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5h ago - Following up on their Sale of the Dead earlier today, Sony also announced a Bandai Namco PlayStation Store PSN sale with details below.

To quote: The Sale of the Dead isn’t the only way you’ll be able to save money on games through the North American PlayStation Store this week, as a Bandai Namco publisher runs through Monday, October 27.

Offering titles for up to 50% off to non-PlayStation Plus members and up to 75% off for PS+ members, you can view the sale on the PlayStation Store by heading over [Register or Login to view links], or by checking out the list below:

Bandai Namco Sale (PS+ Price, Sale Price)

  • Ace Combat Assault Horizon (PS3) – $6.00, $11.99
  • Armored Core: Verdict Day (PS3) – $5.00, $9.99
  • Dark Souls ‘Artorias of the Abyss’ DLC (PS3) – $2.50, $4.99
  • Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (PS Vita) – $10.19, $16.99
  • Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z (PS3) -$13.19, $21.99
  • Enslaved: Odyssey to the West (PS3) – $5.00, $9.99
  • Namco Museum Essentials (PS3) – $2.50, $4.99
  • Naruto...

 

Sony PlayStation Store and PSN Updates for October 21, 2014

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7h ago - Sony PlayStation Store Senior Director Grace Chen is here with this weeks US PSN Game Store updates below, as follows:

PS4 Games

Battlefield 4 Premium Edition
($59.99)

Escape Goat 2
($9.99)

Fluster Cluck
($14.99)

Just Dance 2015
($49.99)

Race The Sun
($9.99, Cross Buy)

Samurai Warriors 4
($59.99)

Shadow Warrior
($39.99)

The Legend of Korra
($14.99)

The Walking Dead - Season 2
($24.99)

PS3 Games

Battlefield 4 Premium Edition
($59.99)

F1 2014
($59.99)

Just Dance 2015
($39.99)

Race The Sun
($9.99, Cross Buy)

Samurai Warriors 4
($49.99)

Spelunker HD Ultimate Edition
($16.99)

The Legend of Korra
($14.99)

The Voice
($49.99)

PS Vita Games

Furmins Bundle

3-In-1 Mega Bundle
($9.99)

Race The Sun
($9.99, Cross Buy)

Samurai Warriors 4
($39.99)

Pre-Orders

The Crew
($59.99, PS4)

The Crew Gold Edition
($84.99, PS4)

Resident...
 

Video: Escape Goat 2 PS4 is Out Today on PlayStation 4

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7h ago - MagicalTimeBean Developer Ian Stocker announced alongside a video trailer that Escape Goat 2 PS4 is officially out today on PlayStation 4.

To quote: #GoatnessAwaits - Hello, PlayStation.Blog readers! This is Ian, main creator of Escape Goat 2, with some important news: the goat has made its way to your PS4!

Escape Goat 2 debuted in March for PC, and has since enjoyed an overwhelmingly positive fan response. My proudest one is reaching the #2 spot on IndieGamerChick's leaderboard of over 500 games reviewed.

(Journey still ranks #1, and... Yeah, I'm okay with that). It's also the very first Double Fine Presents game. Can a dev ask for more than a nod from Tim Schafer? Every bit worth the golf club injury, from which I have fully recovered.

Simply put, the goal of the game is to reach the pinnacle of the Stronghold of Toragos - a structure laden with traps, hidden machinery, lightning machines, and ghostly animals. The theme is transformation: levels change dramatically as you solve them, some of them in a Rube Goldberg type of way.





Along the way, you'll need to rescue some of the sheep who have fallen under the tower's spell. There are over 100 puzzle rooms in all, but in an act of generosity...
 

How to Get a High Score in Don't Die, Mr. Robot on PS Vita

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7h ago - Today Mike Daw at Infinite State Games shared details on how to get a high score in Don't Die, Mr. Robot on PS Vita below.

To quote: The game formerly known as "Avoid Droid" has undergone a name change since you last heard about it... We really liked the original name as it perfectly summed up the game in just two words, but a question we had to ask ourselves here at Infinite State Games: did we like the name more than we liked not going to court?

Short answer: no.

You see, the word "droid" is a registered trademark of Lucasfilms Ltd. And we're pretty sure they have more lawyers than our crack team of... zero.

So we say goodbye to Avoid Droid and hello to Don't Die, Mr. Robot!

It's a fruity arcade dodge-em-up with the focus on adrenaline fuelled, skin-of-your-teeth dodging, score chasing, and endless replayability. It's got everything a true fan of arcade games needs: fruit, explosions, multipliers... And we're really excited to bring Don't Die, Mr. Robot! to PS Vita this year.

Mr. Robot loves fruit! But whenever he tries to eat a fruit, it explodes. Poor Mr. Robot! It's not all bad though because exploding fruit destroys the endless hordes of robotic enemies hell bent on crushing, zapping, chomping, or otherwise making Mr. Robot die.
 
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