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Sony Announces PlayStation Now: PS4 Private Beta Starts Tomorrow

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13w ago - Sony Director of Marketing Peter Jamshidi officially announced today that the PlayStation Now PS4 Private Beta starts tomorrow with details below!

To quote: Hi all, since January, a growing number of PlayStation fans have been enjoying the Private Beta program for PlayStation Now, our streaming game service launching this summer.

Up until this point, our Private Beta for PS Now has been available on PlayStation 3 systems. We're pleased to announce that the Private Beta program is expanding and will make its debut on PlayStation 4 systems on May 20. If you've registered for the PS Now Private Beta, keep an eye on your mailbox for a voucher code.

PS Now gives you the freedom to play select PS3 games like you already stream movies, TV, shows, and music - directly to your favorite PS Now compatible devices without any discs or downloads. The first supported devices launching in 2014 are PS4, PS3, select 2014 Bravia TVs, and PlayStation Vita, with more devices down the road.

The Private Beta program has been going great so far, and we want to give thanks to the testers that have participated - your valuable feedback is helping us make the service even...
 

PlayStation Now to Launch with Hundreds of Titles, Rumored PS3 Games

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14w ago - Following up on the recent PlayStation Now Beta leak, today several PS3 games mysteriously appeared on Sony's PS4 (North American) PlayStation Store possibly to coincide with expansive plans for PlayStation Now which, according to IGN, will launch with hundreds of titles.

To quote via PSU (linked above): "The hawk-eyed folk over at [Register or Login to view links] have been at it once again, this time unravelling what looks to be a leak in relation to Sony’s preparation for its newest cloud service, ‘PlayStation Now’.

The listings (discovered by user KingKiio), found by navigating through ‘’Day-One Digital’’, then by selecting ‘’All Games’’ with the PlayStation Store, feature the likes of Grand Theft Auto V, Dead Space 3, and Diablo III. The games in question cannot be purchased or pre-ordered but trailers and ratings can be viewed. Interestingly the list also contains Naughty Dog’s marquee release, The Last of Us, which is due to receive a new lick of paint with a PS4 release this coming summer.

The leak seemingly coincides with...
 

Sony Announces Michael Jackson's XSCAPE Now on Music Unlimited

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14w ago - Sony Entertainment Network Content Editor Aidin Vaziri announced today that Michael Jackson's XSCAPE is now on Music Unlimited.

To quote: The wait is over! Michael Jackson's XSCAPE is finally available on [Register or Login to view links].

The album features previously unheard work from the King of Pop's vaults, contemporized by producers Rodney Jerkins, Jerome "J-roc" Harmon, Stargate, John McClain and the album's executive producer, Timbaland.

Along with the unveiling of the first single, "Love Never Felt So Good," which was written by Jackson and Paul Anka, [Register or Login to view links] premiered on Sony's Music Unlimited streaming service last week.

Now fans can hear the whole thing available [Register or Login to view links].

Five years after his death, Jackson remains one of the most influential artists of all time. In an effort to keep his musical legacy alive, Epic Chairman Antonio "LA" Reid went through his archives and recovered eight* songs the pop icon recorded but never released from 1983 to 1999.

His aim with the album was to make...
 

Video: Leaked PlayStation Now Beta Shows UI, Games, Loading & More

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15w ago - Following up on the news of Private Beta Invites going out, today some leaked PlayStation Now Beta video footage surfaced which shows the UI, games, loading, a connection test and more below!

To quote from DualShockers (linked above): If you’re not in the PlayStation Now beta (or if you’re not American like me) but want to see what the service looks like, a reader that opted to remain anonymous sent us a real treat in the form of a full fledged video walkthrough of the current beta.

The video starts from the launch of the service and basically goes through everything there’s to see, doing a connection test, browsing the games catalog and even loading and playing a couple games (Puppeteer and Saints Row: The Third). Incidentally It’s also very well made (kudos to the author, really). If it wasn’t recorded off screen it could almost be mistaken for an official trailer.

You can check it out below, but remember that, as you can read at the bottom of the screen, what’s shown in this sneak peek is for testing purposes only, and is not indicative of the final service.



 

The Walking Dead: Season Two is Out Now on PlayStation Vita

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17w ago - Telltale Games Community Lead Laura Perusco announced that The Walking Dead: Season Two is out now on PlayStation Vita.

To quote: The day has arrived! The first two episodes of The Walking Dead: Season Two are now available on PS Vita.

Each episode is $4.99 - or you can save 20% over purchasing each of the episodes individually by getting the Season Pass.

As with The Walking Dead: Season One, we've added a little something special for Vita: you can play with the analog controls and face buttons, or switch to touchscreen only for a more "intimate" undead experience.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, and be sure to keep an eye out for news on the upcoming Episode 3 - In Harm's Way!
 
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